IRL (2013)

Undertow (1930)

The Sitter (2007)

Battle Inferno (1959)

A young and idealistic lieutenant of the German army is sent to the eastern front where he witnesses hardships but keeps his faith for the ultimate good. He gets placed strategically to get an insight into the state of military affairs.

Decisions (2011)

A group of friends rob a bank to solve their money problems and attract the attention of a crime syndicate and a crooked cop (Corey Haim).

Footsteps in the Night (1957)

Two detectives are drawn to a suspicious gas-station attendant while sleuthing the murder of a friend.

Vice Academy 3 (1991)

Two policewomen (Ginger Lynn Allen, Elizabeth Kaitan) must save the city from a green-haired woman (Julia Parton) out to harm the environment.

Bar-Rac's Night Out (1937)

A playful raccoon encounters other forest animals during his search for food.

Forbidden (1954)

A newly ordained priest finds his role in the parish tested by outside pressures.

Canvasman: The Robbie Ellis Story (2010)

A man lives doing what makes him happiest.

Forced Landing (1941)

An American pilot helps a young woman locate her father, who is being held captive by Nazis somewhere in the jungle.

Batty Baseball (1944)

The wacky members of the Yankee Doodlers and the Draft Dodgers engage in energetic high jinks at W.C. Field.

I'll Never Forget You (1951)

Lightning in London sends an atomic physicist (Tyrone Power) back to the 1700s, where he falls in love.

Bear Raid Warden (1944)

As an overzealous air-raid warden, Barney Bear contends with a noisy owl and a pesky firefly while patrolling the woods.

Walter & Carlo: Up at Dad's Hat (1985)

An airline steward (Ole Stephensen) and his dim-bulb friend (Jarl Friis-Mikkelsen) encounter diamond smugglers, henchmen and beautiful women during a trip to Spain.

The Interceptor (2009)

A special forces soldier transports a mind-control weapon.

Forgotten Commandments (1932)

A young college student gets involved in a deadly love triangle.

Hey Babe! (1983)

A washed-up vaudevillian (Buddy Hackett) befriends a 12-year-old orphan (Yasmine Bleeth) who wants to go into show business.

A Line in the Sand (2014)

Assassins track down a former spy who used to report on Iranian weapons programs for the British government.

Carlitos y el campo de los sueños (2008)

A boy fights to play soccer while trying to be true to himself.

Hamlet from the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (1964)

In this filmed Broadway version of Shakespeare's play, in which the actors perform without period sets or costumes, young Hamlet (Richard Burton) is distraught after the death of his father, the king of Denmark. Hamlet is suspicious that the new king, his uncle, orchestrated his father's death in order to claim the throne and the queen's hand. Hamlet embarks on a quest for vengeance, and only tragic consequences follow -- including the death of his mother, Gertrude (Eileen Herlie).

Windbag the Sailor (1936)

A storytelling sea captain (Will Hay) commandeers a boat for an unscrupulous shipping agent looking to collect insurance money.

Exposed (1983)

Eager to escape her rural life in Wisconsin, the beautiful young Elizabeth Carlson (Nastassja Kinski) relocates to New York City. While acclimating to her urban surroundings, Elizabeth meets the enigmatic Daniel Jelline (Rudolf Nureyev), a handsome violinist. As she begins a romance with Daniel, Elizabeth finds out that he's much more than just a musician, and she gets involved in international espionage as he tracks Rivas (Harvey Keitel), a dangerous fugitive.

Beyond Suspicion (2010)

A young couple (Marc-Andr Grondin, Laura Smet) hatches an elaborate plan to scam a widower (Charles Berling) out of his family fortune.

Barsaat (1995)

A village boy, Badal, is attracted to his classmate, Tina, who belongs to a rich family. However, her father disapproves of their relationship and gets him arrested under false charges.

Because of Her (1993)

After breaking his legs, an underachieving teenager (Antoine Hubert) gets help from a tutor (Olivia Munoz) and falls in love with her.

The Deadly Game (2011)

A stuntman dies during the making of a police movie; his brother (Robert Forster) takes his place to investigate.

The Forty-Niners (1932)

California becomes the mecca for treasure hunters when it's learned gold has been discovered there.

Sleeping Man (1996)

An accident leaves a man comatose.

Adventures of Popeye (1935)

Popeye the Sailor comes to life from the pages of a comic book to regale a bullied child with tales of his past adventures.

Zan Boko (1988)

Tinga Yerbanga (Joseph Nikiema) lives in a small village in Burkina Faso with his family. But his quiet, rural life is disrupted by the onslaught of urbanization: namely, the burgeoning metropolis of Ouagadougou, which has expanded all the way to his family's ancestral home. When a well-to-do city dweller makes him an offer on his property, Tinga refuses. Unwilling to take no for answer, the urbanite colludes with the government to rob Tinga of his birthright.

Lone Star Raiders (1940)

The Three Mesquiteers (Robert Livingston, Bob Steele, Rufe Davis) help an elderly rancher sell her horses to the Army.

Outlaws of Sonora (1938)

The robber of a bank looks like one of the Three Mesquiteers (Bob Livingston, Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune).

The Illumination (1972)

Franciszek studies physics until he abandons his convictions to seek meaning in his life.

Four Days In July (1985)

In northern Ireland, a pair of young couples find their lives beset by religious divisions. Eugene (Des McAleer) and Collette (Brid Brennan) are Roman Catholics, while Billy (Charles Lawson) and Lorraine (Paula Hamilton) are Protestants. Each pair is expecting its first child. Yet despite their superficial similarities, the two couples lead very different lives, colored by the region's political troubles. This becomes abundantly evident in the lead up to the Protestant July 12 celebrations.

A Fight to the Finish (1937)

A taxicab driver (Don Terry) and his friends form their own company after a thuggish rival (Ward Bond) frames him for a crime and steals his job.

Stranger from Venus (1954)

A woman (Patricia Neal) meets a man (Helmut Dantine) with no pulse who is here from Venus to warn Earth about the atom.

A Gentle Gangster (1943)

A roadhouse owner puts the squeeze on three former racketeers who traded crime for respectability two decades earlier.

A Matter of Morals (1963)

A seductive hostess (Maj-Britt Nilsson) lures an American bank employee (Patrick O'Neal) into a scheme to destroy a Swedish tycoon's business empire.

Rat Fink (1965)

A sadistic rock singer (Schuyler Hayden) will do whatever it takes to become a star. After seducing an older woman in order to steal money from her, the singer travels to Hollywood, Calif., and hires an agent (Hal Bokar), eventually engaging in an affair with the man's wife (Warrene Ott). Meanwhile, he also impregnates a clueless teenager (Judy Hughes) and then forces her to get an abortion from a veterinarian, only to promptly dump her when he suddenly becomes famous.

One War (2009)

Five Soviet women, branded traitors for bearing children fathered by enemy soldiers, await evacuation from their remote island prison camp.

We Don't Care About Music Anyway (2009)

Performers use musical instruments and electronics to create walls of noise that fit in with the group's unique definition of music.

Stage Struck (1925)

Daydreaming waitress Jennie Hagen (Gloria Swanson) fantasizes about becoming a famous actress, while in reality she and her cook boyfriend, Orme Wilson (Lawrence Gray), hope to one day own their own diner. Although Orme loves Jennie, he also has a weakness for stage stars -- so when a riverboat theatrical crew comes to their town, he is smitten by lead actress Lillian Lyons (Gertrude Astor). Desperate to keep Orme, Jennie insists on going onstage to best Lillian, but is soon out of her depth.

The End of the Road (2001)

Filmmaker Brent Meeske chronicles the Grateful Dead's final concert tour in 1995 and the Deadheads that follow the band.

Never Trust Your Wife (2012)

With help from her former partner (Fritz Karl) in crime, a woman and her husband (Harald Krassnitzer) hatch a scheme to commit insurance fraud.

The Assassination (1972)

A journalist (Jean-Louis Trintignant) lures a developing nation's leader (Gian Maria Volonte) to Paris, supposedly to make a television show.

What's Up Front! (1964)

A salesman (Tommy Holden) persuades a bra company to let him sell its wares door to door.

Fallguy (1962)

A teenager tries to help an accident victim but finds himself charged with murder instead.

A Box for Rob (2013)

Rob Spencer's world begins to unravel when a dark secret from his childhood becomes reality when a murder happens.

Rules of the Game (1999)

When his friend is left paralyzed after a fight, a man (Louis Koo) joins the attacker's crime ring and works his way up the ranks to wreak vengeance.

Regretting Fish (2011)

Fisher has just stolen $500,000 from a French drug cartel and makes plans to escape from New York City. He gets help from his ex-fiance, Verity, and as the net tightens around them, Fisher realizes he cannot trust anyone.

Long Distance Revolutionary: A Journey with Mumia Abu-Jamal (2013)

Cornel West, Alice Walker, Angela Davis and others discuss the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal, an imprisoned journalist who continues to write, provoke and inspire from behind prison walls.

In The Heat Of Passion (1992)

A woman (Sally Kirkland) and her lover (Nick Corri) pin her husband's death on the real-life rapist the lover portrays on a TV crime show.

The False Madonna (1931)

A wealthy blind boy falls victim to a female con artist who's wormed her way into his home.

The Fighting Sheriff (1931)

A frontier lawman's romance with a woman falls apart when an outlaw implicates him in murder.

Little Tough Guys in Society (1938)

An upstanding lady of the community decides the Little Tough Guys would make good companions for her self-centered son.

Fighting Thoroughbreds (1939)

A simple stableboy works long and hard to become a very wealthy man.

Between Kings And Queens (2010)

A young African prince travels to America to flee his responsibilities.

Hellacious Acres: The Case Of John Glass (2011)

After global war and an alien invasion devastate the planet, a man encounters crazy survivors, aliens and plain bad luck during a military mission to re-establish a livable atmosphere.

Gonger (2008)

The ghost (Dario Stankewitz) of a boy seeks revenge for drowning 20 years earlier.

Blind Fist Of Bruce (1979)

An idle young man and his master defend a village with kung fu.

The Seduction of Mimi (1972)

Mimi (Giancarlo Giannini) is a Sicilian dockworker who inadvertently becomes embroiled in an increasingly complicated array of personal conflicts. When he loses his job after voting against a Mafia kingpin in an allegedly secret election, Mimi leaves his wife to find new work. He moves to Turin, where he engages in an affair with a Communist organizer. Soon Mimi finds himself juggling two demanding relationships while plotting to take revenge against the corrupt forces that ruined his life.

Finding Lenny (2009)

A down-and-out soccer coach (Barry Hilton) helps a chief and his tribe prepare for a fateful match.

Gun Crazy: Requiem for a Bodyguard (2003)

A woman jumps into action to save her childhood friend from kidnappers.

Gun Crazy: Traitor's Rhapsody (2003)

A policewoman (Kasumi Nakane) seeks revenge against the terrorists who killed her partner.

Easy Money II (2012)

After serving time in prison, former business student-turned-drug smuggler JW (Joel Kinnaman) gets pulled back into a life of crime.

Thirst (1949)

On a train after a vacation in Italy, a man (Birger Malmsten) and his wife (Eva Henning) express their dislike for each other.

Dream Stalker (1991)

A fashion model (Valerie Williams) has nightmares of her rotting dead lover, who wants her all to himself.

Hard Revenge, Milly (2008)

A grieving woman (Miki Mizuno) uses a sword to dispatch the vicious gangsters who killed her family.

Trash Dance (2012)

Choreographer Allison Orr tries to persuade employees of the Austin Department of Solid Waste to participate in a public dance performance.

The Angel Who Pawned Her Harp (1954)

An angel (Diane Cilento) comes to Earth on a goodwill mission and befriends an elderly London pawnbroker (Felix Aylmer).

Subbuteopia (2012)

Two Italian brothers fight Hasbro in the courts to keep making a copyrighted game.

A Different Path (2010)

A sidewalk activist and others struggle to make their way through the urban environment.

The Black Sheep (2010)

Having spent 35 years in an Italian mental hospital, a man (Giorgio Tirabassi) reflects on his life.

Bhutto (2010)

Politician Benazir Bhutto becomes prime minister of Pakistan.

The Pyramid: Finding the Truth (2011)

In 2006, Semir Osmanagic claims that there are ancient pyramids in Bosnia, and he starts excavating sites to prove that the Butmir culture is older than that of the Egyptians.

Lucky 13 (1984)

A teen convicted of murdering his father escapes from authorities and heads for Arizona with a prostitute.

Blue Planet (1990)

"Blue Planet," a space film about Earth, gives us an experience of our home planet that, until now, has only been shared by astronauts. Spectacular scenes from space, filmed aboard several space shuttle missions, are intercut with scenes of the Earth's surface, clearly showing the powerful forces that affect our planet.

Paul Williams Still Alive (2011)

Filmmaker and longtime fan Stephen Kessler's portrait of the award-winning 1970s singer-songwriter-actor, who disappeared for much of the 1980s and '90s, but still performs today.

Three of a Kind (2004)

An overprotective father is infuriated when his daughter's boss asks to stay at their house. However, they gradually set aside their differences as they start getting to know each other better.

The Taiwan Oyster (2012)

Two ex-patriot kindergarten teachers in Taiwan embark on an odyssey to bury one of their countrymen.

The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1933)

A flirty college student who has been pinned by the members of the Sigma Chi fraternity falls in love with a no-nonsense athlete who does not have time for women.

Ffolkes (1980)

An English admiral (James Mason) needs an eccentric lord (Roger Moore) and his frogmen to save oil rigs and a ship from a mad bomber (Anthony Perkins).

Mysteries of Egypt (1998)

In the flood-fed richness of the Nile River Valley rose an ancient kingdom whose culture has strongly influenced the western world. Its massive architecture and the intrigue of such personages as Nefertiti and Tutankhamen capture the imagination.

Land (2010)

Three American men set up a business in Nicaragua and get into trouble when the Sandinistas come to power.

The Castle of Fu Manchu (1969)

An Asian villain (Christopher Lee), now in Istanbul, plans to take over the world with a freezing machine.

Sirocco (1938)

A reformed prostitute (Viviane Romance) ditches her irresponsible husband and becomes involved with a wealthy archaeologist.

Pourvu que ça dure (1995)

Two motorcyclists from the police force try to protect a deputy mayor.

2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of the Ages (2009)

An investigation of the doomsday prophecy and the predicted beginning of a new historical cycle.

A Very Young Lady (1941)

A tomboy (Jane Withers) is sent to a private school to become a refined young woman, but her innocent crush on the headmaster (John Sutton) leads to serious complications.

Head (2011)

A delivery boy receives a package containing a renowned scientist's head. When he is kidnapped, his sister must find the hidden package before her brother is killed.

The Best Things in the World (2010)

Together with friends, a paulistan teenager lives situations where fears, pressure to succeed, and family relationship are manifested intensely.

Serafin (2001)

A boy and his friends confront an evil man with the help of a guardian angel.

Puzzle (2006)

Criminals regroup after a botched bank heist to figure out what went wrong.

Hot Rod (1950)

All evidence points to an innocent teenager (James Lydon) whose car was involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident.

Across the Badlands (1950)

After surveyors for a railroad company are killed under mysterious circumstances, the Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) sets out to find the guilty parties.

Split Decision (2000)

Jesus Gabriel Sandoval Chavez starts training to be a boxer as a boy in his hardened Chicago neighborhood. His dreams and considerable talent are put on hold when he is arrested after his friends rob a store with him in tow. Years later, when he is released from prison, he moves to Austin, Texas, where he trains for and wins boxing competitions. However, due to new immigration laws, he is deported to Mexico. Marcy Garriott's documentary focuses on his life and struggle against deportation.

Mirror Images (1992)

Identical-twin sisters (Delia Sheppard) have little else in common, except one's weird lover wants to kill the other.

Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters (2012)

World record-holding players of Tetris prepare for the Classic Tetris World Championship and hope to break new records.

Affairs of a Model (1946)

A woman (Maj-Britt Nilsson) who poses for artists falls for a talented sculptor (Alf Kjellin) who sees her only as the perfect model.