Hattie (2011)

Hattie is a television film about the life of British comic actress Hattie Jacques, played by Ruth Jones, her marriage to John Le Mesurier and her affair with their lodger John Schofield. First broadcast in January 2011, it became the most watched programme on BBC Four ever and defeated biopic The Curse of Steptoe, which had held the record since 2008. Jacques' son Robin Le Mesurier later described Jones' performance as "(having) captured my mother perfectly".

BKO: Bangkok Knockout (2010)

A group of "fight club" friends, whose styles vary from Muay Thai, Capoeira to Kung Fu and Tai Chi, must join forces and fight for their lives in a daring rescue of a kidnapped friend.

Full Count (2019)

Before departing for college, five lifelong friends must help one of their own.

Henry, the Rainmaker (1949)

Henry, the Rainmaker is a 1949 American comedy film directed by Jean Yarbrough and written by Lane Beauchamp. The film stars Raymond Walburn, Walter Catlett, William Tracy, Mary Stuart, Barbara Brown and Gary Gray. The film was released on February 13, 1949, by Monogram Pictures.

Harakiri (1962)

Following the collapse of his clan, an unemployed samurai (Tatsuya Nakadai) arrives at the manor of Lord Iyi, begging to be allowed to commit ritual suicide on the property. Iyi’s clansmen, believing the desperate ronin is merely angling for a new position, try to force his hand and get him to eviscerate himself—but they have underestimated his beliefs and his personal brand of honor. Winner of the Cannes Film Festival’s Special Jury Prize, Harakiri, directed by Masaki Kobayashi is a fierce evocation of individual agency in the face of a corrupt and hypocritical system.

Incident (1948)

Incident is an American film noir directed by William Beaudine and featuring Warren Douglas, Jane Frazee and Robert Osterloh.

Inside Information (1939)

Inside Information is a 1939 American drama film. Directed by Charles Lamont, the film stars Dick Foran, Harry Carey, and June Lang. It was released on June 2, 1939. During production, the working title of the film was Metropolitan Police.

Back to Stay (2011)

Back to Stay (Spanish: Abrir puertas y ventanas) is a 2011 Argentine-Swiss comedy-drama film, written and directed by Milagros Mumenthaler and is her first full-length feature film. The film won the Golden Leopard at the 2011 Locarno International Film Festival and the Golden Astor at the Mar del Plata International Film Festival.

Earthbound (1940)

Earthbound is a 1940 film directed by Irving Pichel. It stars Warner Baxter and Andrea Leeds. It is a remake of the 1920 silent film of the same name, Earthbound. Critical reception to the film was generally negative.

Crepúsculo Rojo (2010)

A rancher lands in trouble when the interest on his loan accumulates.

Twilight of Honor (1963)

Twilight of Honor, released in the UK as The Charge is Murder, is a 1963 film starring Richard Chamberlain, Nick Adams, Claude Rains, and featuring Joey Heatherton and Linda Evans in their film debuts. Twilight of Honor is a courtroom drama based on Al Dewlen's novel, with a screenplay by Henry Denker. The film was directed by Boris Sagal. Like the 1959 courtroom drama Anatomy of a Murder, it continued a recent trend of descriptions of things previously never mentioned in American cinema, such as vivid accounts of sexual assault, adultery, and prostitution.

The Invisible Informer (1946)

The Invisible Informer is a 1946 action film starring Linda Stirling, William Henry, and Adele Mara. Produced by Republic Pictures, it was directed by Philip Ford and written by Gerald Adams and Sherman Lowe.

Island Captives (1937)

Island Captives is a 1937 American adventure film directed by Paul Kerschner and written by Al Martin. The film stars Edward Nugent, Joan Barclay, Henry Brandon, Charles King, Forrest Taylor and Carmen Laroux. The film was released on July 22, 1937, by William Steiner.

Anak (2000)

The Child (Anak) is a 2000 Filipino family drama film directed by Rory Quintos starring Vilma Santos and Claudine Barretto with Baron Geisler.The film was critically acclaimed by film critics. It was the Philippines' submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Sea Raiders (1941)

Sea Raiders is a 1941 Universal film serial starring the Dead End Kids and Little Tough Guys. This was the teen stars' second of three serials, between Junior G-Men (1940) and Junior G-Men of the Air (1942). Sea Raiders was the 52nd serial to be released by Universal (or the 120th if silent serials are counted). The plot concerns the heroes foiling Nazi attacks on American shipping.

Every Breath You Take (2012)

Every Breath U Take is 2012 Filipino romantic comedy film directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar and starring Piolo Pascual and Angelica Panganiban. It is produced and released by Star Cinema. The film was released domestically on May 16, 2012.

The Butterfly's Dream (2013)

The Butterfly's Dream (Turkish: Kelebeğin Rüyası) is a 2013 Turkish drama film written and directed by Yılmaz Erdoğan. The film was selected as the Turkish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated. Rahman Altın, the composer of the score to the film won the "World Soundtrack Awards - Public Choice Award" at the 40th Film Fest Gent.

Janice Beard (1999)

Janice Beard, also known as Janice Beard 45 WPM, is a 1999 film directed by Clare Kilner. It stars Eileen Walsh and Patsy Kensit. It was nominated for an awards in 1999, 2000 and 2002.

71: Into The Fire (2010)

71: Into the Fire (Korean: 포화 속으로) is a 2010 South Korean war drama film directed by John H. Lee. The film was made in commemoration of those who fought during the Korean War, to raise awareness of the existence and importance of the student-soldiers during that period. The film is based on a true story of a group of 71 undertrained and underarmed, outgunned student-soldiers of South Korea during the Korean War, who were mostly killed on August 11, 1950, during the Battle of P'ohang-dong. For 11 hours, they defended the local P'ohang girls' middle school, a strategic point for safeguarding the struggling Nakdong River perimeter, from an attack by overwhelming North Korean forces, specifically the feared 766th Unit.

Necromentia (2009)

Necromentia is a 2009 horror film directed by Pearry Reginald Teo. The screenplay concerns three men who have their lives turned over by the existence of a tattooed Ouija Board, which opens the gateways to other dimensions. Hagen keeps the corpse of his lover in his house, hoping that one day she will come back from the dead as promised. When he meets a man named Travis, he learns that maybe he could venture into hell and bring her back from the dead himself.

Haunters (2010)

Haunters is a 2010 South Korean film written and directed by Kim Min-seok. It depicts the struggle between a psychic named Cho-in who can control people with his mind and a man named Kyu-nam who is immune to the psychic's supernatural power.

The Winds of Kitty Hawk (1978)

A beautifully photographed story that gives insight into the lives and accomplishments of the Wright brothers and the period in which they lived.

A Matter of WHO (1961)

A Matter of WHO is a 1961 British comedy thriller film directed by Don Chaffey and starring Terry-Thomas as a World Health Organisation employee trying to trail the source of a deadly virus. It also featured Julie Alexander, Sonja Ziemann, Alex Nicol, Richard Briers, Honor Blackman and Carol White. According to MGM records it made a loss of $142,000.

The Gay Dog (1954)

The Gay Dog is a 1954 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Wilfred Pickles, Petula Clark and Megs Jenkins. It was filmed at Southall Studios, and features Petula Clark singing "A Long Way to Go", written by Joe Henderson and Leslie Clark (Petula's father).

Demi-Haunted (2002)

The spirit (Joey Yung) of a singer asks a member (Eason Chan) of an opera troupe to restage her famous song.

The Demon (1978)

The Demon is a 1978 Japanese psychological drama directed by Yoshitarō Nomura and written by Masato Ide, based on the novel by Seichō Matsumoto.

Ya La Hicimos (1994)

A young man from a poor family wins a luxury car and it will become the envy of the neighborhood.

Maisie Goes to Reno (1944)

Maisie Goes to Reno is the eighth film starring Ann Sothern as Maisie Ravier, preceded by Swing Shift Maisie and followed by Up Goes Maisie. John Hodiak plays her love interest in this 1944 romantic comedy.

The Prodigal Son (1981)

The Prodigal Son is a 1981 Hong Kong martial arts comedy film starring Yuen Biao, and also written and directed by Sammo Hung, who also co-stars in the film. The film was released on 22 December 1981 and grossed HK$9,150,729. The Prodigal Son was nominated for two Hong Kong Film Awards and won the award for Best Action Choreography.

Rising Low (2002)

Rising Low is Mike Gordon's second feature film – a documentary based on the life and death of Gov't Mule bassist Allen Woody and the making of a double-disc tribute album featuring a host of legendary bass players. Throughout the film, Gordon interviews Woody's family and bandmates and also discusses the philosophy and technique of bass playing with a number of the instrument's legends, including Chris Squire, Les Claypool, John Entwistle, Flea, Bootsy Collins, Mike Watt, Roger Glover and others.

Romantik Komedi 2: Bekarlığa Veda (2013)

Didem is the last unmarried woman in her group of friends and uses a guide book to get her boyfriend to propose.

Ferry To Hong Kong (1959)

Ferry to Hong Kong is a 1959 British melodrama/adventure film directed by Lewis Gilbert and starring Curt Jürgens, Sylvia Syms, Orson Welles and Jeremy Spenser.

Sweet Kill (1973)

Sweet Kill (a.k.a. A Kiss from Eddie a.k.a. The Arousers) is a 1973 B-movie written and directed by future Academy Award winner Curtis Hanson. The film was Hanson's directorial debut and was produced by Roger Corman. It starred 1950s heartthrob Tab Hunter and was the last film of actress Isabel Jewell.

The Real Bruce Lee (1973)

The Real Bruce Lee, also known as Last Fist of Fury, is a 1977 martial arts documentary.

The Boob Tube (1975)

Debauchery and raunchiness surround a soap opera and its actors.

Strangers of the Evening (1932)

Strangers of the Evening is a 1932 American Pre-Code film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone. The film is also known as The Hidden Corpse (American reissue title).

Sagat (2011)

Francois Sagat, the French gay porn legend and sexual icon, discusses a range of topics about his life and work.

Welcome Back Pinocchio (2007)

Pinocchio stays out of trouble and grows into a young lad. When he is manipulated into stealing, he is turned back into wood and has to earn his humanity back.

London In The Raw (1965)

London in the Raw is a 1964 British documentary about London nightlife. It was inspired by the success of Mondo Cane.

Sideways (2009)

A struggling writer (Fumiyo Kohinata) and his engaged buddy (Katsuhisa Namase) hit the road for California wine country.

The Fifth Mind (2007)

Two siblings suffer a horrible childhood experience. As adults, they reveal one has completely blocked out any abuse, incest or madness while the other has created five minds to deal with the pain.

Le poil de la bête (2010)

A fugitive (Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge) encounters werewolves in 17th-century Canada.

The Nuisance (1933)

The Nuisance is a 1933 American Pre-Code film starring Lee Tracy as a lawyer, Madge Evans as his love interest (with a secret), and Frank Morgan as his accomplice.

Fun Size (2012)

FUN SIZE is a teen comedy centered on a sarcastic high school senior, Wren (Victoria Justice), who is eager to distance herself from her dysfunctional family by going off to college. Before that can happen, Wren's mother, Joy, insists that she watch her little brother Albert on Halloween night, so Joy can go to a rager with her much younger boyfriend. When Wren gets distracted by an invitation to the party of the year, Albert disappears into a sea of trick-or-treaters. Frantic to locate him before their mother discovers he's missing, Wren enlists the help of her sassy best friend April, as well as Peng, an aspiring ladies man and co-captain of the debate team, and Peng's best friend, Roosevelt, a sweet nerd whose crush on Wren clouds his better judgment. This unlikely foursome embarks on a high-stakes, all-night adventure to find Albert, crossing paths with outrageous characters every step of the way.

Rationing (1944)

Rationing is a 1944 film starring Wallace Beery and featuring Marjorie Main. The screen comedy was directed by Willis Goldbeck.

Main Khiladi Tu Anari (1994)

Main Khiladi Tu Anari is a 1994 Indian action comedy film directed by Sameer Malkan. The screenplay is written by Sachin Bhowmick. Starring Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan and Shilpa Shetty in pivotal roles, the film went on to become one of the top 5 highest-grossing movies of the year and was declared a box office success at the end of its theatrical run. It was the second installment in the Khiladi franchise.

Lluvia de Luna (2012)

Women utter special words that allow their daughters to leave limbo to act out their greatest desires before returning to the land of the dead.

Wiretapper (1955)

Wiretapper is a 1955 crime action biopic directed by Dick Ross, written by John O'Dea, starring Bill Williams, Georgia Lee and Douglas Kennedy. The scenario of the film was based on a true story of Jim Vaus Jr.

Café Metropole (1937)

Cafe Metropole is a 1937 American romantic comedy film directed by Edward H. Griffith, released by 20th Century Fox and starring Loretta Young, Tyrone Power and Adolphe Menjou.

For Bad Boys Only (2000)

For Bad Boys Only is a 2000 Hong Kong science fiction action romantic comedy film directed by Raymond Yip and starring Ekin Cheng, Louis Koo, Shu Qi, Kristy Yang and Daniel Chan.

Trans-Europ-Express (1966)

Trans-Europ-Express is a 1966 film written and directed by Alain Robbe-Grillet and starring Jean-Louis Trintignant and Marie-France Pisier. The title refers to the Trans Europ Express, a former international rail network in Europe. Also in the cast were Nadine Verdier, Christian Barbier, Charles Millot, Catherine Robbe-Grillet, and the director. The film has been variously described as an erotic thriller, a mystery, and a film-within-a-film.

Quentin Durward (1955)

The Adventures of Quentin Durward, known also as Quentin Durward, is a 1955 historical film released by MGM. It was directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Pandro S. Berman. The screenplay was by Robert Ardrey, adapted by George Froeschel from the novel Quentin Durward by Sir Walter Scott. It was the third in an unofficial trilogy made by the same director and producer and starring Robert Taylor. The first two were Ivanhoe (1952) and Knights of the Round Table (1953). All three were made at MGM's British Studios at Elstree, near London. The film had the distinction of a soundtrack composed by studio music mainstay Bronislau Kaper rather than Miklos Rozsa, who was busy on other projects at the time the film was ready for scoring. It was the first big-budget film for the British actress Kay Kendall, and it featured a large contingent of distinguished British players, including Robert Morley.

The Picasso Summer (1969)

The Picasso Summer is a 1969 drama directed by Serge Bourguignon and Robert Sallin, starring Albert Finney and Yvette Mimieux. The screenplay was written by Ray Bradbury (using the pseudonym of Douglas Spaulding) based upon his short story, "In a Season of Calm Weather." Future Academy Award winner Vilmos Zsigmond was the cinematographer. There were two directors. Serge Bourguignon was the original director whose rough cut was rejected by Warner Bros.. Another director, Robert Sallin, was hired to reshoot some scenes and to do the changed ending. Even with the reworked scenes, the movie was never released to theaters in the United States. It was sold for distribution to TV networks and stations with Sallin receiving the director's credit.

The Desert Hawk (1950)

The Desert Hawk is a 1950 fantasy adventure film starring Yvonne De Carlo, Richard Greene, Jackie Gleason, and Rock Hudson.

186 Dollars to Freedom (2012)

A young surfer from California is forced to grow up in a hurry when he is thrown into a Peruvian prison in 1980.

Three Hearts For Julia (1943)

Three Hearts for Julia is a 1943 American romantic comedy film starring Ann Sothern and Melvyn Douglas. The film was directed by Richard Thorpe and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

I Love You to Death (2013)

Clay keeps his murdered wife's corpse while he tries to unravel the mystery surrounding her death by pleading with Death for three nights.

Chuet sik san tau (2001)

Martial Angels is a 2001 Hong Kong film directed by Clarence Fok Yiu-leung.

I Killed That Man (1941)

I Killed That Man is a 1941 American film directed by Phil Rosen that was a remake of his 1933 film The Devil's Mate. It starred Ricardo Cortez and was produced by the King Brothers.

Hypnotized (1932)

Hypnotized is a 1932 American comedy film directed by Mack Sennett. The film presents various comic plotlines about a group of circus performers on a transatlantic crossing. The plots include a prize ticket winner being hoodwinked by a crooked hypnotist and his attempts to recover the winning ticket.

The Walking Target (1960)

The Walking Target is a 1960 crime film about an ex-con who gets out of prison looking for the $260,000 he hid before he was arrested, and finds unexpected romance with the widow of his former partner in crime.

Jake's Road (2014)

A young man is severely beaten, wakes up in a hospital, and slowly remembers a killer is stalking him.

Nietzermann (2015)

Two actors investigate a disturbing viral video of a psychic's prophecy to revitalize their career.

Fireman, Save My Child (1932)

Fireman, Save My Child is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film starring Joe E. Brown and directed by Lloyd Bacon. It was produced by the First National Pictures and released by their parent Warner Brothers. Previously filmed in the silent era in 1918 and by Paramount in 1927. It would later be remade in 1954.

The Joyriders (1999)

The Joyriders is a 1999 American crime drama film directed by Bradley Battersby and written by Jeff Spiegel and Bradley Battersby. The film stars Martin Landau as Gordon Trout, an elderly suicidal man who is kidnapped for his car and his money by a trio of runaway teenagers.

CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap (2015)

CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap is a 2015 documentary by Robin Hauser Reynolds. It focuses on the lack of females and minorities in the field of software engineering. It premiered on April 19, 2015 at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. The film focuses on inspiring young girls to pursue careers in computer science by profiling successful women in computer programming, such as, Danielle Feinberg of Pixar, Aliya Rahman of Code for Progress and Julie Ann Horvath of &Yet. By profiling and displaying the careers of these women the film makers hope to show that computer science can be creative, lucrative, and rewarding. The film traces the history of women in the U.S. technology industries, from the work of Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, and the women of ENIAC. It then follows the decline of women graduates in mathematics and computer science during the 1980s, linking the phenomenon to the release of the 1983 film WarGames, and a cultural shift that depicted men and boys as technology workers, and increasing hostility for women and girls in the tech industries. Additionally, the film highlights the work of women in the field, by featuring interviews with women in the tech industry, such as Kimberly Bryant (founder of Black Girls Code), Debbie Sterling (founder of GoldieBlox), Maria Klawe (president of Harvey Mudd College), Danielle Feinburg (director of photography at Pixar).

The Amityville Terror (2016)

The Amityville Terror is a 2016 horror film in the Amityville film series. It was written by Amanda Barton and directed by Michael Angelo and stars Nicole Tompkins, Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau and Kim Nielsen. It was released on August 2, 2016.

Drunktown's Finest (2014)

Drunktown's Finest is an American drama film directed by Sydney Freeland. The film had its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 18, 2014. The film later screened at Sundance London Film Festival on April 25, 2014. The film was acquired by Sundance Channel after its premiere at Sundance Film Festival and was scheduled to broadcast in 2014.

Suave Patria (2012)

Framed for a crime, two street performers become the target of a tough cop.

Monsterthursday (2004)

Monsterthursday was a 2004 motion picture release about a quirky love triangle between a surfer, his carpenter's best friend and the surfer's wife (played by Silja Salomonsen), who was previously married to the carpenter, Even (played by Vegar Hoel).

Full Exposure: The Sex Tapes Scandal (1989)

An assistant Los Angeles district attorney (Lisa Hartman) poses as a call girl to find a shady woman (Vanessa Williams) with a hot video.

Québec-Montréal (2002)

Québec-Montréal is a Canadian comedy film, released in 2002. Directed by Ricardo Trogi, the film focuses on nine people, all on the cusp of turning 30 and dealing with complex questions about life and love, whose lives intersect on four separate road trips from Quebec City to Montreal along Quebec Autoroute 20. The film's cast includes Patrice Robitaille, Jean-Phillipe Pearson, Stéphane Breton, François Létourneau, Isabelle Blais, Benoît Gouin and Julie LeBreton. The film garnered four Genie Award nominations at the 23rd Genie Awards in 2003, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Editing. It won four Jutra Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress (Blais), and was nominated but did not win for Best Actor (Robitaille), Best Supporting Actor (Gouin) and Best Score.

Zaza (1939)

Zaza is a 1939 American romantic drama film made by Paramount Pictures, and directed by George Cukor. The screenplay was written by Zoë Akins, based on play the Zaza. The music score is by Frederick Hollander. The film stars Claudette Colbert (who had replaced Isa Miranda) and Herbert Marshall. The story was filmed by Paramount in a 1915 version with Pauline Frederick and previously remade in 1923 with Gloria Swanson.

Cup Of My Blood (2005)

When an apparent accident leaves a porn photographer in possession of Holy Grail, he is assaulted by evil.

Cage II (1994)

Organizers of steel-cage death fights kidnap a muscleman (Lou Ferrigno) and force him to become a challenger.

Lady in Distress (1940)

A Window in London is a 1940 British thriller film directed by Herbert Mason starring Michael Redgrave as Peter, a crane operator, Patricia Roc as Pat, Sally Gray, Paul Lukas and Hartley Power. It is a remake of the French film Metropolitan (1939). The plot focuses on a crane operator who becomes drawn to the wife of a jealous magician - after spotting what seems to be a murder in their flat. The film is set in London, when Waterloo Bridge was still under construction. It was released in the US in 1942 under the title Lady in Distress.

Jacob's Hammer (2012)

Jacob's Hammer is a 2012 British horror film starring Helen Holman and George McCluskey. The film was directed and written by Angie Bojtler. This is Arkady Pictures first film. It had a limited theatrical release across the UK in October 2012.

The Beautiful Risk (2013)

Le beau risque (English: The Beautiful Risk) is a Canadian film directed by Mark Penney. William Murphy is a divorced artist, who goes to Montreal for a job opportunity, upon not getting the job, he descends into drug and sex addiction before being saved by a young woman named Paulette. Le beau risque was released in American cinemas and video on demand in November 2014 and worldwide throughout 2015.

Destiny (1921)

Destiny (German: Der müde Tod: ein deutsches volkslied in 6 versen (Weary Death: A German Folk Story in Six Verses); originally released in the United States as Behind the Wall) is a 1921 silent German Expressionist fantasy romance film directed in Germany by Fritz Lang. The film follows a woman desperate to reunite with her dead lover. It also follows three other tragic romances, set in a Middle Eastern city; in Venice, Italy; and in the Chinese Empire. The story is inspired by the Indian folktale of Savitri.

The Sea Is Watching (2002)

The Sea Is Watching is a 2002 Japanese romance film directed by Kei Kumai, based on a screenplay by Akira Kurosawa.

Snow Devils (1967)

Himalayan explorers in search of the elusive Yeti learn of an extraterrestrial plot to alter the world's climate.

The Younger Brothers (1949)

The Younger Brothers (1949) is a Western film directed by Edwin L. Marin, and starring Wayne Morris and Janis Paige.

Blood of the Vampires (1966)

A brother (Eddie Garcia) and his sister (Amalia Fuentes) carry the family curse of vampirism.

The Color of Olives (2006)

The Color of Olives is a 2006 political documentary film, produced by Arab Film Distribution and directed by Carolina Rivas. It depicts the Palestinian family, the Amers, living in the West Bank.

Darshan: The Embrace (2005)

Filmmaker Jan Kounen follows Amma, a renowned humanitarian and Gandhi-King Prize winner, as she spreads comfort and healing throughout India with hugs and charitable works. Amma heads an organization that houses the homeless, feeds the hungry, and builds hospitals and orphanages.

My Dog the Champion (2013)

A girl (Dora Madison Burge) discovers that her grandfather's (Lance Henriksen) cattle dog has a natural talent for dog agility competitions.

Fright Night Part 2 (1988)

Fright Night Part 2 is a 1988 American horror comedy film directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and starring William Ragsdale, Roddy McDowall, Traci Lind, and Julie Carmen. It is the first and only sequel to Fright Night (1985), with Ragsdale and McDowall reprising their roles. Composer Brad Fiedel also returned with another distinct synthesizer score. Following the plot of the first film, it focuses on Charley Brewster who, now a college student, encounters a group of vampires led by a beautiful woman who is seeking him out. Released by TriStar Pictures in 1989, the film grossed almost $3 million domestically, and has since become a cult film like its predecessor. In 2003, it received a brief issuing on DVD by Artisan Entertainment in a full frame presentation, but the release quickly went out of print and has since become a rare collector's item.

The Family Secret (1951)

The Family Secret is a 1951 crime drama film directed by Henry Levin. The film has a film noir concept. It was released by Columbia Pictures.

A Witch Without a Broom (1967)

A lirtatious orcerous ancies handsome uman rofessor. ross ime ntics rise hen he ttempts o ring he apless rofessor nto er lternate imension.

The Pass (1998)

A comic-strip syndicator (William Forsythe) picks up a hitchhiker (James LeGros) who is looking for more than a free ride.

Ben Collins Stunt Driver (2015)

Ben sets out to find the perfect stunt car for a high-octane car chase.

The Pooch and the Pauper (2000)

The Pooch and the Pauper is a 2000 American television film, starring Richard Karn, Fred Willard, Vincent Schiavelli, Peter MacNicol and Daryl Mitchell. It was directed by Alex Zamm.

Dr. Kildare's Victory (1942)

Dr. Kildare's Victory is a 1942 film directed by W. S. Van Dyke. It stars Lew Ayres and Lionel Barrymore. This was the tenth and last of the Dr. Kildare movie series.

Posthumous Memories (2001)

Memórias Póstumas (known in English as Posthumous Memoirs and Posthumous Memories) is a 2001 comedy-drama film directed by André Klotzel based on The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas by Machado de Assis. It follows Brás Cubas, played by Reginaldo Faria and Petrônio Gontijo, as he recounts his life after his death.

Blood River (1991)

Blood River is a 1991 American TV film. It was based on an old script by John Carpenter.

Adventure in Baltimore (1949)

Adventure in Baltimore is a 1949 drama directed by Richard Wallace and starring Robert Young and Shirley Temple. Dinah Sheldon (Shirley Temple) is a student at an exclusive girl's school who starts campaigning for women's rights. Her minister father (Robert Young) and her boyfriend Tom Wade (John Agar) do not approve.

The Second Face (1950)

The Second Face (1950) is a romantic drama film starring Ella Raines as a plain woman whose life is drastically changed by plastic surgery.

Break-In (2006)

Intruders hold honeymooners hostage within an isolated mansion on a Caribbean island.