Lost in the Bermuda Triangle (1998)
A man (Tom Verica) seeking another world finds his wife (Charlotte D'Ambroise), lost at sea during a storm, living on a mystical island.
Silent War: Battles Beneath the Sea (2016)
A history of submarine warfare and espionage between the United States, the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union.
Italy: Year One (1974)
Filmmaker Roberto Rossellini creates a portrait of Alcide de Gasperi, the founder of Italy's Christian Democratic Party.
A journey to Spain begins when Jacob and Marie are abandoned in the woods by their father.
The Vineyard (2014)
Rumors of a bloodsucking monster swirl around the mysterious deaths of French villagers.
Buried Alive (1940)
A prison nurse (Beverly Roberts) tries to help an innocent man (Robert Wilcox) who was denied parole.
As We Were (1976)
A naive peasant (Christopher De Leon) explores the Filipino identity.
Dead of Night (1974)
When a Vietnam war casualty (Richard Backus) returns to his parents (John Marley, Lynn Carlin), he prowls in search of human blood.
8-Bit Generation: The Commodore Wars (2016)
The history of home computers and Commodore's influence on the development of the machines.
Unmade Beds (1997)
Filmmaker Nicholas Barker incorporates fictional elements in four New Yorkers' search for soulmates.
Quiet Kill (2004)
A married man (Corbin Bernsen) becomes a suspect when a detective (Ron Perlman) investigates a serial killer targeting women.
Deadly Betrayal (2003)
A woman unknowingly puts her life in danger when she succumbs to the sinister charms of her daughter's teacher.
Mind Games (2003)
After a brutal attack, a mystery writer (Kari Keegan) awakens with amnesia and meets a man who claims to be her husband.
The Grasslands (2012)
Ciro's (Chris Raffaele) sense of honor threatens his friends and girlfriend as he tries to find out who murdered his father.
No More Games (2012)
A womanizing photographer with a terrible reputation among females falls in love with a super-sophisticated woman, but must work hard to make up for his past behavior.
The Three Outlaws (1956)
Butch Cassidy (Neville Brand), the Sundance Kid (Alan Hale Jr.) and Bill Carver (Robert Christopher) have decided they no longer want to commit crimes. But they need to finance their retirement, so they rob one last train and escape to Mexico. Life on their Mexican ranch is perfect, but things don't stay quiet for long: A famous group of Mexican robbers steals the three outlaws' money from the bank, thus igniting an intense rivalry between two countries' most accomplished criminals.
A Cigarette and a Glass (1955)
A new wife tries to drink away her problems.
In the Name of the Italian People (1971)
Lorenzo Santenocito (Vittorio Gassman) is a corrupt business entrepreneur in postwar Italy, bribing government officials and polluting the water supply with his various industries. Judge Mariano Bonifazi (Ugo Tognazzi) believes Santenocito is also responsible for the murder of an escort (Ely Galleani) and the subsequent cover-up. Santenocito is intent on proving his innocence, and the ensuing investigation suggests Bonifazi himself is more involved than anyone suspected.
Hot Shots (1956)
Sach and the gang (Bowery Boys) baby-sit a bratty TV star (Philip Phillips).
It Happened at the Inn (1943)
Greedy peasants at a French country inn scramble to retrieve money lost by their incapacitated patriarch.
Virginal teenagers (John Karna, Luke Loftin, Andrew Edison) have a raunchy adventure in the big city following their suspension from school.
It Rains in My Village (1969)
Trisa (Ivan Palch) takes time from tending his pigs to defend Goca (Eva Ras), a disabled girl, from ridicule. His actions inspire his nemesis, a barkeep, to wait until Trisa is drunk and then have a priest marry him to Goca. Later, the sultry Reza (Annie Girardot) takes a job teaching at the local school, and Trisa falls for her, but she is unwilling to date a married man. As Trisa's lustful desperation grows, he debates murdering Goca in order to get closer to Reza.
See You After School (2006)
A teenager (Bong Tae-gyu) must face a bully on the first day of school.
Jake Remy (Warren Oates) and his band of mercenaries shoot their way through a tiny border town, planning to escape with their plunder across the river into Mexico. They dispatch a few men to neutralize the local ferryman, Travis (Lee Van Cleef), but he and flinty mountain man Phil (Forrest Tucker) foil the scheme. By the time Jake reaches the river, Travis has already taken everyone from the town to the Mexican side. He refuses passage to the mercenaries, and a lengthy standoff ensues.
The Big Score (1983)
An ex-Chicago narcotics officer (Fred Williamson) seeks the missing drug-raid money that got him kicked off the force.
The Brainiacs.Com (2000)
To give his father (Kevin Kilner) a vacation, a boy concocts a scheme to buy control of his father's toy company.
The Beacon (2009)
Grieving over the loss of her son, a woman (Teri Polo) sees ghostly visions of a dead boy.
The Brute Man (1946)
A blind piano teacher (Jane Adams) befriends an acid-scarred killer called the Creeper (Rondo Hatton).
A Christmas Wedding Tail (2011)
When two dogs (Jay Mohr, Nikki Cox) fall in love, their respective owners (Jennie Garth, Brad Rowe) find romance with each other.
New Town Original (2005)
A man looking for a better life finds things getting even worse when he meets in a girl.
A group of people hunting a winning lottery ticket.
Elias and The Treasure of the Sea (2010)
Elias the boat searches for underwater treasure to save the coastal community Cozy Cove.
An assassin is interrupted by a bothersome bird before he can take the shot that will kill his target. The annoying intruder presents more of a challenge to the assasin than any of his previous victims.
A 29-year-old Iranian-American writer moves back into his mother's Orange County home to nurse a broken heart and recapture his creativity.
If They Tell You I Fell (1989)
Individual lives become intertwined after the Spanish Civil War.
Superbug: Super Agent (1976)
Villains are surprised by a brainy Volkswagen Beetle engaged in espionage.
Broadway Gondolier (1935)
A singing cabby (Dick Powell) poses as a gondolier for a cheese company, then goes to Venice and becomes one.
Five short documentaries examine social problems in Africa and Latin America.
Ghost of Zorro (1949)
The masked avenger (Clayton Moore) thwarts telegraph-line saboteurs.
Violet's Visit (1997)
A 15-year-old runaway (Rebecca Smart) reunites with her father (Graham Harvey), who now lives with a gay lover (David Franklin).
An unloved and abused dog establishes itself as the unwilling clown of a circus run by poodles.
Ida's Diary (2011)
A woman creates a video diary to help her control her personality disorder.
A doctor returns to India and starts working as chief surgeon at a hospital. He marries a nurse who works with him and starts his research on cancer treatment.
Four Women (1975)
Four tales revolve around a prostitute, a virgin (Geethu Mohandas), a housewife (Manju Pillai) and an engaged woman (Nandita Das).
The Man in the Road (1957)
A brilliant scientist who has lost his memory is hunted by Communist agents out to obtain a secret formula.
Battles Without Honor and Humanity (1973)
After the atomic bomb attack, Shozo joins the Yakuza.
Three young goat farmers transition with the seasons and come to terms with the physical and emotional grit required to live in a deep relationship with the land.
A 9-year-old boy with a habit of telling the truth is forced to deal with bullies, impatient teachers and secretive principals.
The Barnyard Concert (1930)
Conductor Mickey Mouse and his animal friends put on a concert.
Chips Ahoy (1956)
Chip and Dale take Donald Duck's boat to cross the lake that stands between them and many acorns.
K2: The Italian Mountain (2012)
The events of 12 climbers who are united by a single dream: to be the first to conquer the K2.
In the Bag (1956)
A lazy ranger tricks the bears into cleaning up after messy tourists.
Under the Sun (1998)
Illiterate Olof (Rolf Lassgrd) inherits the family farm after his mother's death and relies upon his friend Erik (Johan Widerberg) for help with all the paperwork and correspondence. When Olof places an ad for a female housekeeper, Ellen (Helena Bergstrm) applies for the post, and within a short time of her arrival the unlikely pair start to fall for each other. Afraid of being replaced in his friend's affections, Erik discovers Ellen is already married and schemes to break up the couple.
Gurin with the Foxtail (1998)
A widow hires a private detective to find a tricky gnome who has a long foxtail.
Three Kinds of Heat (1987)
Interpol sends a U.S. agent (Robert Ginty) and two tall policewomen (Victoria Barrett, Shakti) to stop a criminal mastermind.
The Remnant (2001)
Murder holds a small Georgia town in the grip of fear during the first summer of the new millennium.
Introverted Curt (Justin Urich) tries out for the high-school musical with the encouragement of his popular brother, Andy (Eric Balfour) -- and, to almost everyone's surprise, he lands the lead role. It turns out, though, that Andy had called in some favors to get his brother the part. Dejected, Curt drops out of the play, but then finds himself falling for Lisa (Keili Lefkowitz), the girl who would have been his leading lady. When Andy starts wooing Lisa, Curt responds in dangerous ways.
The Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird (1952)
Wonderbird helps a chimney sweep and a shepherdess escape from a dictator.
The Unexpected Life (2013)
The visit of a successful cousin forces a failed actor (Javier Cámara) to tell the truth about his lack of accomplishments.
Great Expectations (1934)
A young boy, Pip (George Breakston), encounters an escaped prisoner, Magwitch (Henry Hull), and steals food for him. After the convict is captured, Pip meets the reclusive Miss Havisham (Florence Reed) and her niece, Estella (Anne Howard), eventually becoming friends with the girl. Wealth comes to Pip via a mysterious benefactor and he goes off to London for an education. As adults, Pip (Phillips Holmes) and Estella (Jane Wyatt) become romantic, and Pip learns the identity of his patron.
The Return of James Battle (2004)
A man (Jason Flemyng) escapes from prison for a reunion with his sweetheart (Vanessa Paradis) just as aliens attack.
The Big Frame (1952)
An American pilot (Mark Stevens) attends an RAF reunion in London and becomes a murder suspect.
LA Felicita E Un Sistema Complesso (2015)
A single businessman's empathy and compassion are tested when he is left to care for an exchange student and has to guide the company for the two adolescent owners.
Tears of Cristal (2007)
A woman (Lourdes Mungua) hatches a scheme after her powerful husband (Roberto Ballesteros) plans to kill the man (Ernesto D'Alessio) who's in love with her.
The Lady Without Camelias (1953)
An Italian producer (Andrea Checchi) marries a shopgirl (Luca Bos) and tries to make her a respectable movie star.
East Side Sushi (2014)
A Latina woman (Diana Elizabeth Torres) aspires to become a sushi chef while working in a Japanese restaurant.
Within the Eye of the Storm (2012)
Bassam and Rami, former soldiers on opposite sides, embark on a joint mission to humanize the opposing sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to prevent the vicious cycle of retaliation after their daughters are killed in the conflict.
A Life Without Pain (2005)
Filmmaker Melody Gilbert profiles three young people who cannot feel physical pain.
Mad About Dance (2014)
A dance film focusing on the youth, their dreams and hopes for their future. Based in the university town of Sheffield, the film brings to light the stories of Asian students who leave their home and country and go to study abroad, their struggles, trials and triumphs.
Of Dice and Men (2014)
When a member of a role-playing group enlists to go to Iraq, the lives of the entire group are affected.
Manu, a young boy who loves comics, tags along with his big brother Albert. When Albert decides to undergo a magic ritual, Manu realizes there are real powers that rival even those of super heroes.
The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane? (2010)
A lucrative association has developed between pharmaceutical manufacturers and the psychiatric profession.
The Hour of 13 (1952)
Nicholas Revel (Peter Lawford) steals a famous jewel, but when police find a corpse at the crime scene, they start to believe that the person behind the theft also committed several murders. Nicholas isn't a killer, however, and he appeals to Jane Frensham (Dawn Addams), the daughter of a top policeman, for a hand in finding the murderer. As police close in on Nicholas, digging through his apartment for clues linking him to the murders, he gets closer to unmasking the real killer.
Jon Imber's Left Hand (2014)
Diagnosed with ALS, artist Jon Imber continues to paint portraits.
Rolling Caravans (1938)
Outlaws run into a singing-cowboy ventriloquist (Jack Luden) with a trick dog.
Riders of the Northwest Mounted (1943)
A Mountie (Russell Hayden) and his partner (Dub Taylor) set out on a manhunt.
25 to Life (2014)
A young man keeps his HIV status a secret for over 25 years, and seeks redemption for his promiscuous past.
Girlfriend 19 (2014)
A woman wrestles with anger, fear and desire and feels trapped by her emotions when her ex-boyfriend shows up on her doorstep looking to reconcile.
The French Line (1954)
Mary "Mame" Carson (Jane Russell) is an oil heiress with a fortune so immense that it intimidates most men, leaving only an eager line of gold-digging suitors. In search of true love, Mame, in disguise, goes on a cruise and soon falls for a suave Frenchman named Pierre DuQuesne (Gilbert Roland). Little does she know that Pierre -- who claims he loves her -- not only knows her identity but also was hired by her domineering guardian (Arthur Hunnicutt) to keep away men looking for money.
Long Shot (1978)
Two men scrape money together to make a movie.
Dead Fury (2008)
Gore-drenched horror parody about a group of backwoods hunters who come face to face with an ancient evil that's determined to swallow their savory souls.
The Adventurers (1970)
A South American playboy (Bekim Fehmiu) romances a widow and an heiress while starting a revolution against a tyrant (Alan Badel).
The Great Chameleon (2013)
Officers Curry and Katy Sim search for money Joe, an ex-con, stashed before his arrest.
While their former CEO stays in prison, unemployed co-workers attend a job seminar and hatch an idea to form a company.
The Last Train (1973)
Separated from his wife while fleeing Nazis, a Frenchman (Jean-Louis Trintignant) allows a Jewish woman (Romy Schneider) to pose as his spouse.
Mar Del Plata (2012)
While on vacation with his buddy (Gabriel Zayat), a man (Pablo G. Pérez) encounters the woman (Lorena Damonte) who broke his heart.
I Deal In Danger (1966)
Rogue spy David March (Robert Goulet) defects to the Germans in the early days of World War II, but, unbeknownst to his Nazi handlers, he is in fact a double agent feeding information to the United States, which has not yet officially entered the war. While suspicious SS officer Elm (Werner Peters) tests the new recruit's loyalties to the Axis, March infiltrates a secret weapons laboratory with the help of his fellow secret agent, beautiful Frenchwoman Suzanne Duchard (Christine Carre).
Ice Bound - A Woman's Survival at the South Pole (2003)
In this adaptation of a true story, Ohio physician Dr. Jerri Nielsen (Susan Sarandon) is stranded at a research station in Antarctica. Nielsen keeps her distance from the other researchers, until she finds a growth in her breast and shares her concerns about it with Big John Penny (Aidan Devine) and Claire Furinski (Cynthia Mace). After discovering that the lump is cancerous, Nielsen creates her own method of chemotherapy and fights to survive the deadly winter.
A desperate man (Ray Winstone) frantically searches for his missing daughter in Istanbul, Turkey.
Degenerate serial date rapists are hunted down one by one by a masked maniac who enjoys killing them in the most painful and degrading way possible.
Chirodini Tumi Je Amar 2 (2014)
A poor roadside food vendor falls in love with a young maid who works in the same neighborhood. When she becomes the accidental victim of a horrifying attack, a corrupt cop wrongfully pins the blame on the young man.
Beauty and the Bandit (1946)
The Cisco Kid (Gilbert Roland) and Chico (Martin Garralaga) secure the deed to a woman's ranch.
Demons 2: The Nightmare Returns (1986)
Residents (David Knight, Virginia Bryant, Bobby Rhodes) of a high-rise are trapped inside with demons on a Saturday night.
A La Vie (2014)
Three women who met in Auschwitz reunite 15 years later during a seaside holiday.
A Yank at Oxford (1938)
Lee Sheridan (Robert Taylor) is a brash young American aristocrat attending Oxford University. His iconoclastic stance doesn't earn him many friends, and he is frequently hazed, but when he meets Molly Beaumont (Maureen O'Sullivan), the sister of Sheridan's main antagonist Paul Beaumont (Griffith Jones), Lee is smitten. When Paul's academic record is called into question, the opportunistic Sheridan has the chance to help him and win his young love's heart.
Wild Australia: The Edge (1996)
Filmmaker John Weiley examines natural vistas in Australia, including canyons, rivers and waterfalls.
Son of a Sailor (1933)
Sailor Handsome Callahan (Joe E. Brown) meets lovely Helen (Jean Muir) when she crashes into him with her car after his boxing match. Always armed with a story, Handsome tells her a lie that lands him an invitation to her house for dinner. Little does he know that her fianc will also be joining them. Despite the lighthearted shenanigans of the night, trouble is brewing -- a spy steals vital military technology, and Handsome must try to get it back in time.
From Bedrooms to Billions (2014)
The history of the British video game industry from 1979 to the present, and how a small number of individuals allowed the United Kingdom to play a pivotal role in shaping the industry.
Diary of a Cheating Man (2015)
Celebrities, like musicians and comedians, share their experiences involving infidelity.
Wesley Willis's Joyrides (2008)
The life and work of rock musician Willis.