Handle with Care (1958)

A law student (Dean Jones) plays district attorney in a mock trial and uncovers the mayor's (Thomas Mitchell) corruption.

The Deerslayer (1957)

James Fenimore Cooper's Hawkeye (Lex Barker) and his Mohican friend, Chingachgook, rescue a bounty hunter and his daughters.

Special Effects: Anything Can Happen (1996)

Filmmaker Ben Burtt shows how special effects are used in movies like "King Kong," "Independence Day," "Jumanji." John Lithgow narrates.

Beyond the Rocks (1922)

Theodora Fitzgerald (Gloria Swanson) doesn't love Josiah Brown (Robert Bolder), but she agrees to marry the older millionaire so he can provide for her father and two sisters. Just as the young socialite has consigned herself to living in a loveless marriage, she meets the suave and handsome Lord Bracondale (Rudolph Valentino). Although she falls madly in love with Bracondale almost immediately, Theodora tries to resist his charms, but she can quell her love for only so long.

Musth (2013)

A man is slain during a mugging, leading his friends to take stock of their uncertain lives and examine their relationships.

Moran of the Lady Letty (1922)

In this dialogue-free film, rich Spanish youth Ramon Laredo (Rudolph Valentino) is kidnapped by the heartless Capt. Kitchell (Walter Long) and forced to work as a seafaring bootlegger. But when Laredo saves a man from a sinking ship, he realizes that this new passenger, Moran (Dorothy Dalton), is actually a beautiful woman camouflaging herself as a male to avoid the advances of lecherous sailers. When the captain learns Moran's true identity, Ramon must battle him for the woman's honor.

Easy Street (1917)

A reformed tramp becomes a policeman to fight a huge thug terrorizing an inner city street.

Two Days In April (2007)

Four NFL candidates prepare for the draft.

Side Effects of Barry (2013)

A new pill that promises a boyfriend causes side effects.

The Delicious Little Devil (1919)

A woman (Mae Murray) poses as a notorious dancer to land a job as the hostess of a roadhouse.

Partu (2015)

A farmer and a child embark on a life-long journey.

The Death and Resurrection Show (2013)

The turbulent and controversial 30-year history of the British post-punk industrial band Killing Joke.

Against the Wind (1948)

A Catholic priest (Robert Beatty) and a Belgian expatriate (Simone Signoret) are among a select group of people chosen by the British for secret operations in Nazi-occupied Belgium during World War II. After parachuting into enemy territory, the agents set out to complete a two-part assignment: destroy German information located in Brussels and rescue a fellow operative from the Nazis. However, when word arrives that one of their group is a traitor, the mission falls into jeopardy.

Bible Belt Slasher: The Holy Terror (2013)

In December of 1989 in Wilkins, Tenn., Jason returns to wreak havoc on the survivors, friends and families of the teenagers he killed a year ago.

Bounty Hunters 2: Hardball (1997)

A bounty hunter's (Michael Dudikoff) partner (Lisa Howard) intervenes when a mobster (Tony Curtis) hires a bomb specialist to eliminate him.

Svein and the Rat and the UFO Mystery (2007)

Svein and friends must save Grandmother from soul-sucking aliens.

Hobgoblins (1988)

Tiny creatures go on a rampage after escaping from a studio vault.

Hell's Five Hours (1958)

The manager (Stephen McNally) of a rocket-fuel plant deals with a worker (Vic Morrow) threatening to blow himself up.

Sudden Manhattan (1997)

Strange occurrences send an unemployed New Yorker (Adrienne Shelly) with oddball friends to a Gypsy soothsayer.

Dans la nuit (1929)

An accident causes the disfigurement of a quarry worker (Charles Vanel).

Shack Out on 101 (1955)

While owner George Bater (Keenan Wynn), cook Slob (Lee Marvin) and waitress Kotty (Terry Moore) go about their workday, their diner near the highway becomes a haven for international espionage during the Cold War. One of the diner's regular customers is professor Sam Bastion (Frank Lovejoy), who works at a local laboratory as a nuclear physicist. Although Kotty and Bastion are dating one another, she has no idea what he has gotten himself involved in -- but she is about to find out.

Flame and the Fire (1966)

Bounding from one continent to another, from desert to jungle, this documentary examines the habits and customs of people whose lives are unaffected by the modern world. In New Guinea, director Pierre-Dominique Gaisseau's crew spends time with jungle villagers who honor the deceased by preserving their corpses, and in Africa they film the resourceful people of the Kalahari. Other subjects include a Brazilian community whose male members wear lip-stretching jewelry.

Law and Disorder (1958)

Percy Brand (Michael Redgrave) will do anything to keep his crooked past -- and present -- a secret from his son, Colin (Jeremy Burnham). So, abandoning the truth altogether, Percy tells Colin he does missionary work around the globe. When an older, retired Percy is offered to pull off one last job with his mates, he winds up getting the law on his tail. Unwilling to reveal his actual job to Colin, Percy instead devises a plan to frame the judge that employs Colin for his own crime.

A Face to Kill for (1999)

A childhood sweetheart (Billy Dean) helps a woman (Crystal Bernard) get revenge on the man who wed her for control of a lucrative horse farm.

Blood of My Blood (2015)

Walls are torn down between the past and present as two stories from a convent are told simultaneously; a nun is accused of being bedfellows with Satan, and a wealthy Russian attempts to purchase the convent where she was eventually imprisoned.

Kidnapped (1987)

A Los Angeles policeman (David Naughton) helps a young woman (Barbara Crampton) rescue her sister, kidnapped by a gangster (Lance LeGault) for a porn movie.

Ammoru (1995)

A goddess protects a girl from a woman who wants revenge for her son's incarceration.

The Algerian War! (2014)

A man threatens another at gunpoint.

Waterfront Women (1950)

A wayward seaman (Robert Newton) unfortunately returns to his Liverpool wife (Kathleen Harrison) and family.

Pot au feu (1964)

The recipe and creation of a cannabis joint.

Abbasso la miseria! (1945)

An honest truck driver gets mixed up in black-market smuggling and winds up adopting a streetwise orphan.

The Creeper (1948)

A scientist's (Onslow Stevens) phosphorus serum derived from cats turns someone into a killer with paws.

The Star Maker (1939)

A performer (Bing Crosby) turns producer and molds talented youngsters into a vaudeville act.

Brother Future (1991)

A street-smart Detroit teenager (Phill Lewis) wakes up in 1822 South Carolina and is taken for a slave.

III: The Ritual (2015)

Ayia and Mirra's small town is devastated by an unknown disease. When Mirra becomes ill, Ayia performs a ritual to dive into Mirra's mind to find the root of the disease.

The Sheepdogs Have at It (2013)

The Canadian band the Sheepdogs rises from obscurity to the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

The Man Outside (1967)

Russian agents frame a former CIA agent for murder when they learn of his part in a potentially dangerous defection.

The Mysterious Boy (2013)

Koko, a 14-year-old boy, and his friends investigate a classmate's strange behavior.

Longford (2006)

A British earl, Frank Pakenham (Jim Broadbent), advocates the rehabilitation of imprisoned child murderer Myra Hindley (Samantha Morton).

Buddha Wild: Monk In A Hut (2006)

Thai and Sri Lankan monks talk about their way of life and commitment to Buddhism.

Munster, Go Home! (1966)

Herman (Fred Gwynne), Lily (Yvonne De Carlo), Grandpa (Al Lewis) and their ghoulish TV family go to England to claim an estate.

El amor me queda grande (2014)

A 12-year-old girl (Luca Caraballo) manipulates a boy (Izn Corchero) who has a crush on her.

Spy Chasers (1955)

Slip and the gang (Bowery Boys) foil foes of the exiled, incognito king of Truania (Sig Ruman).

Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki (1955)

The rural Kettles (Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride) and their eldest daughter (Lori Nelson) run a cousin's pineapple factory in Hawaii.

Achanak (1973)

Dr Chaudhary has to perform a surgery on an army officer shot by the police. However, he is in a dilemma because the officer has been sentenced to death.

Une étrange affaire (1981)

A Paris advertising executive (Grard Lanvin) sacrifices his marriage and much more to serve a manipulative new manager (Michel Piccoli).

Despite The Gods (2012)

In India, American filmmaker Jennifer Lynch ("Boxing Helena") endures a difficult shoot and struggles to care for her young daughter during the production of "Hisss."

The Floating Shadow (2012)

After trying to kill a fellow prisoner, a woman (Li Jia) reveals the dark secrets of her past to a police investigator.

Bear Story (2014)

A bear wants to escape from the circus and reunite with its family.

Turn Left (2006)

Three hit men and a young recruit come out of hiding to do one final job that promises to be a huge payday.

Cheap Shots (1988)

A motel owner (Louis Zorich) and his oddball buddy (David Patrick Kelly) videotape two lovers in bed being murdered.

Destroy All Monsters (1968)

Scientists (Jun Tazaki, Yoshio Tsuchiya) face Godzilla, Rodan, Mothra and more obscure Japanese monsters sent by she-aliens.

Epitaph (2007)

A traumatized girl sees visions of her dead mother in one of three tales set in a 1942 South Korean hospital.

The Firemen of Viggiù (1949)

A music-filled collection of songs, sketches and dance numbers from popular Italian stage productions.

Three Rookies (2005)

With no jobs to speak of and no money left to spend, three desperate losers somehow wind up going to work for the severely understaffed Atlanta Police Department.

I Sailed to Tahiti with an All Girl Crew (1968)

A sailor (Gardner McKay) bets he can beat his buddy (Fred Clark) in a race to Tahiti, and with a crew of women.

Silver Lode (1954)

A Nevada rancher (John Payne) is taken from his bride (Lizabeth Scott) by a killer (Dan Duryea) posing as a U.S. marshal on the Fourth of July.

The Windy City Incident (2005)

A rent boy from Olympia, Washington says goodbye to his boyfriend and sets out for Chicago in hopes of finally discovering the truth about the ghosts who visit him every night.

The Veil (2005)

A small town is infected by a virus and a frantic cover up is taking place.

The Marla Hanson Story (1991)

A former landlord (Kirk Baltz) of Manhattan model Marla Hanson (Cheryl Pollak) hires two men to slash her face, leading to a 1986 trial.

Molti sogni per le strade (1950)

An unemployed man can't steal a car while his jealous wife is spying on him.

In Old Colorado (1941)

Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) stops Joe Weiler (Morris Ankrum) from instigating a prairie war between two ranchers.

Justice in a Small Town (1994)

With a co-worker's (John Shea) help, a woman (Kate Jackson) risks her children's safety to expose corruption within the Georgia Department of Labor.

Taken (1998)

A successful clothing manufacturer's wife and his business partner are each suspects in his kidnapping.

Female Street Dogs (1985)

Three exotic dancers take revenge and steal a valuable briefcase.

R.O.T.O.R. (1988)

Dr. Coldyron (Richard Gesswein), a pioneer of tactical robotics, is ordered by Cmdr. Buglar (Michael Hunter) to create a robot that can fight crime. Unbeknownst to Coldyron, Buglar is working with a greedy senator who plans to use the robot to secure his reelection. Coldyron and Dr. Steele (Jayne Smith) deliver the prototype on time. But, when it malfunctions and terrorizes an innocent motorist (James Cole) and his fiance (Margaret Trigg), it's up to the scientists to stop it once and for all.

Ghosthunters on Icy Trails (2015)

An unlikely trio of allies against the supernatural: a little boy who scares at everything, a professional ghost hunter, and the slimy spirit Hugo. Together they take on the ghouls that threaten to send their town into an ice age.

Domain of the Damned (2007)

An unconnected group of people find themselves drawn together at a haunted attraction on the side of a highway, only to realize that the very gates of hell await them inside.

The Commissioner (1998)

A disgraced British politician's (John Hurt) life is endangered when he prevents a shady corporate merger.

Miss Tatlock's Millions (1948)

A fixer (Barry Fitzgerald) pays a stuntman (John Lund) to pose as a lost heir so an heiress (Wanda Hendrix) can claim her fortune.

The Lay of the Land (1997)

A neurotic filmmaker goes into therapy after her husband begins an affair with a buxom student.

Yes Sir, That's My Baby (1949)

The right to play football divides more than one married couple (Donald O'Connor, Gloria DeHaven) going to college on the GI Bill.

Jean de La Fontaine, le défi (2007)

The poet goes up against the financial advisor to the king after he has his friend Fouquet arrested. He stands by him despite being penniless writes the Fables as a protest against a despotic government.

Prostitute (1980)

A prostitute from Birmingham leaves her friends and family behind to seek her fortunes in London.

High Risk (1995)

A faded action-star's (Jacky Cheung) bodyguard (Jet Li) saves his reputation and his life during a jewel heist.

Clubhouse Detectives in Big Trouble (2002)

In need of cash to decorate their hut, young sleuths (Jonathan Cronin, Brittany Armstrong) use a map to search for treasure.

Happy Mother's Day, Love George (1973)

An adopted teen traces his biological parents to a New England fishing village which has seen a number of mysterious disappearances.

Detector (2000)

Daniel (Mads Ousdal) is a psychologist with some growing up to do. Nearing 30, he can't bring himself to move out of his overbearing mother's (Hildegun Riise) home, and spends his free time treasure hunting with his best friend, Ronny (Harald Eia), and his trusty metal detector. However, after unearthing an engraved necklace, Daniel begins down a strange path of discovery that involves a beautiful but mysterious woman (Ingjerd Egeberg) and the shocking truth surrounding his father's death.

The Fighting Coward (1924)

Southerner Tom Rumford is sent up north to be raised by relatives who happen to be Quakers.

Young & Restless in China (2008)

Chinese youth adjust to a rapidly changing society.

End of the Game (1975)

Hans Baerlach (Martin Ritt) is a Swiss police detective who has dedicated much of his career to pursuing powerful and allegedly murderous businessman Richard Gastmann (Robert Shaw). Though Baerlach's partner (Donald Sutherland) meets his demise while investigating Gastmann, his replacement, Walter Tschanz (Jon Voight), is undaunted. Meanwhile, the lovely Anna Crawley (Jacqueline Bisset) becomes involved in the case, which proceeds to take many twists and turns.

The Last Word (1979)

A Los Angeles TV newswoman (Karen Black) follows an Irish inventor's (Richard Harris) fight to save his building from urban renewal.

Faultline (2004)

A man (Doug Savant) must rescue his estranged wife (Brandy Ledford) after a massive earthquake devastates a resort town.

Leap Year (1961)

Three families find their fates unexpectedly intertwined on New Year's Eve.

Entre Abelhas (2015)

People around Bruno begin to disappear.

El último cuplé (1957)

A singer attains the sweetness of fame and success but suffers a spectacular fall when her lover dies.

Fogi Is A Bastard (1998)

A teen (Vincent Branchet) becomes slavishly devoted to an older, self-absorbed and drug-addicted rock musician (Frdric Andrau).

Diggity: A Home at Last (2002)

A mischievous cherub must prevent a conniving man (Bill Treacher) from claiming hidden treasure in a church.

One Wonderful Night (1922)

John D. Curtis mistakenly picks up an overcoat belonging to someone else.

Who Is Delsin? (2013)

Gerard Martinez spends his days trying to prove the French superhero Mon Protecteur really exists before killing 10 people.

Helsinki Napoli - All Night Long (1987)

Berlin mobsters chase a Finnish cabby (Kari Vaananen) who has an Italian wife (Roberta Manfredi), two corpses and a briefcase of cash.

Let the Good Times Roll (1973)

This lively documentary celebrates 1950s rock 'n' roll, both through archival clips of the era and concert footage filmed during the '70s. Although the musicians have aged, the performances are remarkably vibrant, with many acts in fine form. Among the many artists featured are Bill Haley and the Comets, Fats Domino, the Shirelles, Little Richard, Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry. In one of the film's highlights, Diddley and Berry take the stage together to the applause of a rapt audience.

Bandook (2013)

A man (Aditya Om) from humble origins realizes that the use of a gun is all he needs to climb the ladder of success.

Halfway Home (2011)

War veterans, military experts and mental-health workers discuss the difficulties that soldiers often face when they return home from war.

Fist of Fury III (1979)

After he avenges his brother's murder, a man and his family are harassed by a notorious Far East organization.

Citizen (2001)

Three government officials are abducted in broad daylight by a vigilante who refers to himself as "Citizen."

Acid of Life (2011)

A man fights for justice and love in a town riddled with crime.

Step Over the Edge (1976)

A young man on a wilderness adventure learns to get over his superiority complex.

Flying Fists (1937)

A pugilist fights for the love of the woman who disdains him and his chosen profession.

Chellamae (2004)

A woman's platonic affection for a neglected rich kid she has known since childhood is misunderstood.