Hercules in New York (1969)

Banished Hercules (Arnold Schwarzenegger) catches an escaped bear, cruises Broadway and wrestles professionally.

Here Come The Tigers (1978)

Rookie cop Eddie Burke (Richard Lincoln) doesn't know much about baseball, but, when the town police captain goes nuts, Eddie finds himself saddled with the responsibility of coaching the captain's hopelessly inept team of Little Leaguers. Helped by his partner, Bert (James Zvanut), Eddie struggles to get the team into shape, but soon realizes he needs to bring in some ringers. Luckily, a first-rate batter (Ted Oyama) just moved to town, and a new pitcher (Philip Scuderi) turns up as well.

Hardrock (2007)

Rival drug dealers forge an unlikely alliance after the daughter of a judge dies from tainted Ecstasy.

Headhunter (2005)

A new worker (Benjamin John Parrillo) on a graveyard shift learns he must find a missing head or else lose his own.

Holy Rollers: The True Story of Card Counting Christians (2011)

A blackjack team made up of devoted Christians wins millions from casinos as they try to find a place for faith and God in the arena of high stakes gambling.

Halloween: 25 Years of Terror (2006)

This is a documentary about the Halloween series. There are interviews with some of the cast members including Jamie Lee Curtis as well as insight as to how the movie started. You will see the locations that were used in the movies and find out what has made the Halloween franchise so popular.

Haunted Boat (2005)

Six teenagers must confront their fears while lost at sea.

How 2 Build A Rapper (2008)

Conducting a musical experiment in how to launch an artist from the ground up, two producers put a young rapper through the paces.

Hotel Chevalier (2007)

A man (Jason Schwartzman) and a woman (Natalie Portman) converse in a hotel room.

Hana (2006)

A troubled young samurai seeks revenge for his father's death.

A Hero Never Dies (1998)

Jack (Leon Lai) and Martin (Ching-Wan Lau) are gunmen who work for two rival kingpins. Jack and Martin have been fighting on their bosses behalf for close to a year. When a truce is made both Jack and Martin are cut loose. The two men then decide to join forces and take on the gangsters who used them.

How I Got Into College (1989)

High school senior Marlon Bowne (Corey Parker) is smitten with overachieving classmate Jessica Kailo (Lara Flynn Boyle). But, if he wants to have a shot with her, he'll have to find a way to get into Ramsey College, Jessica's top choice of schools. It won't be easy, since the college is highly selective and Marlon's grades are hardly impressive. That means the lovelorn teen will have to find a way to score high on the SATs and win over the college admissions committee.

Hide and Go Shriek (1988)

A teenager (Annette Sinclair) talks her boyfriend and three other couples into playing hide-and-seek in a furniture store.

High Season (1987)

A photographer (Jacqueline Bisset) reunites with her husband (James Fox) and gets involved with a spy on the island of Rhodes.

Here Comes the Littles (1985)

Mouselike humans who live in the walls of a house aid a boy whose parents have vanished.

Raiders of the Living Dead (1986)

A youth and his experimental laser cannon may be a town's last line of defense against a horde of ravenous zombies.

Storefront Hitchcock (1998)

In this film, director Jonathan Demme documents a live performance by Robyn Hitchcock, an English singer-songwriter. Instead of performing in a standard concert setting, Hitchcock brings his music to an abandoned shop in New York City. Before a small audience, Hitchcock plays tunes from his oddly engaging catalog. The intimacy is increased by the lengthy, surreal asides Hitchcock delivers between numbers, while the bustling city streets outside the store are visible throughout the film.

Resolved (2007)

Two minority high-school debaters use a competition to express their personal views.

Rancid (2004)

A tormented writer (Matthew Settle) goes on the run when police suspect him of murder.

Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story (2003)

The mayor (James Woods) of New York endures political battles and personal struggles with his wife, Donna Hanover (Penelope Ann Miller).

Raising Cain (1992)

A highly regarded child psychologist, Dr. Carter Nix (John Lithgow) has shown signs of being unstable, but he completely snaps when he discovers that his wife, Jenny (Lolita Davidovich), is having an affair. Nix's mental breakdown leads to the emergence of various other personalities, including a ruthless thug and a scared little boy. Nix's descent into madness involves murder, revenge and even the abduction of his own daughter, resulting in a suspenseful web of intrigue.

Frankenstein Unbound (1990)

Particle physicist Dr. Joe Buchanan (John Hurt) builds a device capable of vaporizing anything it touches, in hopes of ending war once and for all. Unfortunately, when he is testing the prototype, the device accidentally sends Buchanan hurtling backwards in time to a small Swiss village in the year 1817. There he meets kindred spirit Dr. Victor Frankenstein (Raul Julia), who is hard at work contending with the complications of his own misguided experiment.

Rosalie Goes Shopping (1989)

Rosalie (Marianne Sagebrecht), a large German woman in small-town Arkansas, is living the American Dream. Or at least her version of it, as she spends money she doesn't have through credit card swindling, bad checks, theft and all sorts of other financial misdoings. She primarily uses her schemes to spoil her family, and her husband, Ray (Brad Davis), appreciates Rosalie's devotion to her loved ones. But as the angry locals catch on, even Ray and the family start to look down on Rosalie.

Return to Horror High (1987)

In the early 1980s, a series of gruesome murders occurred at Crippen High School. The killer was never apprehended. A few years later, a film crew uses the now-abandoned Crippen High as the set for a film about the murders. But an uninvited guest star -- the killer the film is based on -- makes a cameo appearance on the set. As the murderous madman terrorizes the cast and crew, leading man Steven Blake (Brendan Hughes) and leading lady Callie Cassidy (Lori Lethin) set out to stop him.

Rachel River (1987)

A Minnesota radio correspondent (Pamela Reed) researches the life of an eccentric farm widow who has died alone.

Roadhouse 66 (1984)

The villainous Hoot (Alan Autry), who patrols the desolate highways of the American Southwest with a gang of high-octane thugs, picks the wrong target: uptight and seemingly harmless Beckman Hallsgood Jr. (Judge Reinhold), who's on his way to California from New York on business. After Hoot and his men nearly force Beckman into an accident, Beckman gets some tips on payback from Johnny Harte (Willem Dafoe), a hitchhiking former musician who wants to take Hoot down and make the roads safe again.

Radioactive Dreams (1986)

Phillip (John Stockwell) and Marlowe (Michael Dudikoff) emerge from a bomb shelter in 2010 after 15 formative years of reading Raymond Chandler.

Rabbit Test (1978)

A man (Billy Crystal) engaged to be married somehow becomes pregnant and suddenly needs an agent (Alex Rocco).

Run for the Roses (1977)

A Puerto Rican boy grooms a castoff colt for the Derby at a Kentucky horsewoman's (Vera Miles) stable.

Truth (2013)

Caleb (Sean Paul Lockhart) meets and falls for Jeremy (Rob Moretti) over the Internet, and the line between love and lies quickly blurs.

Urban Nightmare (2003)

The VOODOO DOGS terrorize the hood, performing weird rituals and slaughtering their victims. A COP returns from the dead, taking horrific revenge!

Vincent Price: The Sinister Image (1987)

Vincent Price is one of the most beloved stars Hollywood ever saw. His extraordinary career spanned over five decades, and covered every media: film, television, radio, theater. Although best known as a horror movie star, Price's own immeasurable charm and warmth was always reassuring, always compelling. The centerpiece of this program is a 62 minute interview of Vincent Price conducted in 1987 by film historian David Del Valle. Also included are two complete TV programs highlighting Vincent Price's television career--"Half Hour to Kill: Freedom to Get Lost" (1958, 30 min.) and "Shindig!: The Wild Weird World of Dr. Goldfoot" (1965, 30 min.). "Three Skeleton Key" (1958, 30 min.), a radio drama from the series "Escape," rounds out the collection--truly a Vincent Price fan's dream!

Wal-Bob's (2014)

Anferny ruins his chances of playing college football by failing his SAT, then joins an underground football league to win the heart of Jada.

The Wheels on the Bus Video: Mango's Big Dog Parade (2007)

After Woof plays around and misses his ride to The Big Dog Parade, Mango and his friends learn about taking turns and getting along as they visit the mechanic's garage and journey through an Enchanted Forest to find the Parade.

When Eight Bells Toll (1971)

An English secret agent (Anthony Hopkins) links hijackings of gold bullion to a Greek tycoon and an underwater cave.

While You Weren't Looking (2015)

The lives and relationships of gays and lesbians in South Africa.

Whispers Behind the Wall (2013)

Voyeurism takes a sinister turn when Martin, who has been listening in to his neighbor Simone's life, finds himself seduced into her dark and strange world.

White Wolf (1990)

An intimate look at the elusive and remote arctic wolves.

Writer of O (2005)

This docudrama portrays Frenchwoman Dominique Aury (Catherine Mouchet), editor for a prestigious publisher, who during the '50s carries on an affair with her married employer, a well-known writer. The relationship leads to her penning "The Story of O," the controversial novel about a woman, O (Penelope Puymirat), who undergoes sexual training that some would deem slavery and others would call freedom. Aury writes the book under a pseudonym, and a series of interviews comment on its legacy.

True Giants (2014)

WWE presents True Giants, an in-depth look at sports entertainment's most successful gargantuan Superstars from Big Show and Mark Henry to titans like Andre the Giant, Kevin Nash and more!

Youthful Edge (2015)

Youthful Edge features some of the biggest names is amateur motocross aging from 4+ These kids are already inking up contracts, As pressure and stress build the most important thing to remember is to have fun. This is the future of our sport!

Assassination (1987)

A Secret Service agent (Charles Bronson) and the president's wife (Jill Ireland) flee from a senator's (Michael Ansara) hit man.

Angel-A (2005)

Contemplating suicide to escape his many debts, a man (Jamel Debbouze) named Andre saves a beautiful blonde (Rie Rasmussen) from killing herself in the Seine. The rescued woman, Angela, is grateful to him later, and she pledges to stay with him and help him solve his problems.

Angel (1984)

She's an honor student (Donna Wilkes) by day and a Hollywood hooker by night, and with a killer on the loose.

Airborne (1998)

A team of covert operatives meets with danger from within as they set out to retrieve a stolen microbe.

All For Liberty (2009)

In 1776, massive taxation and unpunished crimes against his neighbors push a well-respected South Carolina farmer (Clarence Felder) to rebel against the British.

Appetite (1998)

A group of strangers staying in a hotel play cards to see who stays in a haunted room and learn too much about one another. As their lives intermingle the only escape is murder.

Pals of the Pecos (1941)

The Three Mesquiteers (Robert Livingston, Bob Steele, Rufe Davis) help a stagecoach line under attack.

Papanasam (2015)

After his family commits a crime, a man has to save them from the dark side of the law.

Parallax (2014)

A man tries to create an alternate to the Internet in 1987.

Parasol (2015)

An animated tale about dancing, bicycles, and speed.

Good Evening New York City (2009)

Paul McCartney's historic three-night christening of New York's Citi Field in July of 2009 has been unanimously hailed by critics and audiences alike as the concert experience of a lifetime

Pauly Shore Stands Alone (2014)

Touching and funny documentary following comedian Pauly Shore on tour as he plays venues in small towns across the mid-west, entertaining his loyal fans. Features a rare glimpse into the man behind the persona.

Pipeline Masters (2006)

From the producers of Riding Giants and Dogtown And Z Boys: The World`s Most Dangerous Wave. Legendary surfers chasing the sport`s ultimate thrill. History`s most dramatic, heart-stopping surfing competition. This is Pipeline Masters.

Pirates Of Ghost Island (2007)

Murderous pirates terrorize six young people (William Landsman, Melissa Powell, Tristan Baker) stranded on an island.

Protektor (2009)

A Czech man joins a radio station to protect his Jewish wife from the Nazis.

Queen On Fire - Live At The Bowl (2004)

In June of 1982, Queen was at the height of its powers as one of Britain's best rock bands when the played a concert at the MK Bowl in Milton Keynes, not far from London

Raffi in Concert with the Rise and Shine Band (1988)

A rousing, hand-clapping concert featuring Raffi at his warm-hearted best.

Random 11 (2015)

On one day in February 1966, a series of brutal murders occur in Tokyo. RANDOM 11 follows the decade-long efforts of a detective, to track down the culprits (or single culprit) of these horrible acts as bodies pile up and the truth grows blurred.

Rapture (2012)

After an apocalyptic event, a group has to make a perilous journey to safety.

Redemption: For Robbing the Dead (2011)

A grieving sheriff buries his daughter, then learns that a man has been robbing graves. He is forced to examine his beliefs on mercy, justice and redemption as he tracks him down.

Reflections of Evil (2002)

Julie, who died of a PCP overdose as a teen in the early '70s, searches from beyond the ethers for her little brother, Bob, an obese watch seller, who is dying of sucrose intolerance, in the early 90s. Damon Packard's epic cult classic horror film is a masterpiece of modern cinema.

Refuge (2012)

A college dropout (Krysten Ritter) struggles to take care of her young siblings after their parents inexplicably abandon them.

Reverse Runner (2013)

A teenager pursues his childhood dream of becoming the best at reverse running.

Rick Wakeman - The Six Wives Of Henry VIII (2009)

This spectacular 94-minute concert was recorded live with the Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra in 1975, at the Sydney Myer Concert Bowl in Melbourne Australia to a 30,000 audience

Ritual (2013)

A man receives a disturbing phone call from his estranged wife. When he arrives at her seedy hotel room, he finds out she has killed a stranger associated with a dangerous cult.

Scar Tissue (2013)

A long-dead psychopath stalks and taunts Luke, whose future is in the hands of Sam, a disturbed female detective. After they uncover a secret, Luke's world crumbles, and Sam faces demons from her childhood.

Screwed (2011)

After returning home from the Middle East, a former soldier (James D'Arcy) takes a job as a prison guard and soon realizes that the only thing that separates the guards from their dangerous charges is who holds the keys to the cells.

Seeking Wellness: Suffering Through Four Movements (2008)

SEEKING WELLNESS is a multi-award winning feature length conceptual video narrative. SEEKING WELLNESS is comprised of a series of four vignettes exploring ideas related to victimization, recovery and empathy. SEEKING WELLNESS had its world premiere at The Filmstock International Film Festival in England and went on to win The Special Jury prize at MUFF.

September Storm (1960)

Three men and a fashion model use a yacht to go diving for gold coins off the coast of Spain.

Sex.Violence.FamilyValues. (2013)

Sex. Violence. Family Values. is a film from Singapore that blends the elements of drama and comedy. This film features three stories that blend together with common elements- sex, violence, and family values. A porn actor making his first film is having a struggle rising to the occasion. A principal for a kindergarten school finds a disturbing drawing done by a quiet student. A middle-aged nightclub owner is struggling with one of his employees- a young, rebellious teenage stripper. This film tells the dirty stories out of the world's cleanest city.

Shadow Puppets (2007)

Jolene Blalock (STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE) James Marsters (BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, ANGEL) and Tony Todd (CANDYMAN) star in this creepy chiller about a group of strangers who awaken in a locked asylum ward with no idea of who they are or how they got there. They are half-naked, cold and frightened. And they are not alone. Who has erased their memories? Why have they been imprisoned? And what is the supernatural force that is slaughtering them one by one? The answers wait deep in the darkness where a beast hungers to feed, escape is virtually impossible, and the shadows of sanity may hide the most shocking revelations of all.

Shane MacGowan & The Popes: Live at Montreux 1995 (2004)

UK reissue of the former Pogues vocalist/ leader's 1995 solo debut, deleted in the U

Sheriff of Wichita (1949)

Mysterious letters unite those wrongly convicted of an Army payroll heist.

Long Short Journey (2009)

SHORT LONG JOURNEY maps Fedor Gál's attempt to learn about the death of his father Vojtch Gál, whom he never knew. The only lead Gál had at the beginning his journey was the information that Vojtch Gál was murdered by the Nazis in the last days of World War II, on a death march from the concentration camp Sachsenhausen.

Shut Up and Shoot Me (2005)

Pavel meets an English tourist, Colin, whose wife gets squashed by a statue. Colin can't face life without her, so Pavel takes a new job - kill Colin.

Duel of the Titans (1961)

Raised by a she-wolf, brothers Romulus (Steve Reeves) and Remus (Gordon Scott) become muscular rivals for power and a princess (Virna Lisi).

Eat Spirit Eat (2014)

A young man recruits his former foster siblings to help him make a movie starring the father who abandoned him to chase his dreams of acting success.

Edge of Fury (1958)

A beach bum (Michael Higgins) befriends a mother and two daughters, then turns psycho killer in a cottage.

Eric Clapton - Planes, Trains and Eric (2014)

"Planes, Trains And Eric" follows Eric Clapton and his band on the Far and Middle Eastern leg of his 2014 World Tour.

Every Family Has Problems (2015)

Emmbre Perry accomplished playwright and brother of Tyler Perry continues the Family tradition of entertainment with an inspiring Urban piece starring himself as the character Papa Willy, Tommy Ford of the mega hit syndicated series Martin and Young Money rap star Lil Chuckee.

Extraction Day (2014)

Jacob wakes up in a room full of dead bodies with no memories. He is told he has the secret to mankind's survival, but he cannot remember who he is or who he can trust.

Faeryville (2014)

After a shooting in Faeryville College, fraternities are picking on misfits. Poe and friends are used to being pushed around, until a transfer student joins them. He shames them for embracing their 'misfithood' and inspires them to stand up to the bullying establishment, first with fart bombs, and then home-made bombs. Youthful idealism soon becomes an excuse for all-out-anarchy.

Fanie Fourie's Lobola (2013)

Complications arise when an Afrikaans man and a young Zulu woman fall in love.

The Fantasy of Deer Warrior (1961)

The happy lives of animals in the forest are stirred by the sudden attack of a pack of wolves. The Father Deer comes to the rescue, and asks Birdy to notify his son, the Deer. When the Deer rushes to his father's side and before he dies he asks his son to seek revenge.

Female Pervert (2015)

A woman's perverse desires come out in her daily interactions with boyfriends and co-workers.

Firestorm (2013)

The heat is on and time is running out! Howie Long, one of Hollywood's hottest action hero's stars with Scott Glenn, William Forsythe and Suzy Amis in a searing, pulse-pounding, edge-of-your-seat adventure! "The match is lit." These chilling words spark a deadly chain if events when a prison break pits fearless smoke jumper Jesse Graves (Long) against two devastating, seemingly unstoppable forces of nature: a raging inferno and a cunning, psychotic killer. Packed with spectacular stunts, scorching suspense and a cast that'll blow you away.

Fist of Fury (1972)

Chen Zhen (Bruce Lee) has left his homeland of China and relocated to stay with family in Thailand. Chen, who swore to his mother that he would avoid violence in his new life and even wears a necklace to remind himself of this oath, is tested when he confronts trouble at his job. When he finds out the factory he works at is a cover for a drug ring, and his family members are murdered by members of the gang, he can avoid fighting no more and decides to confront his corrupt boss.

Followed (2015)

After accidentally recording a dangerous stalker, David becomes his next target.

Fool Circle (2014)

If you like treasure hunts, old Porsches, sisters who aren't sister, fathers who aren't really dead, lakes and their secrets: welcome to the circle.

Four Days In November (1964)

Directed by Mel Stuart, the documentary "Four Days in November" explores the assassination of John F. Kennedy and its impact through a variety of sources -- from professional media coverage to amateur footage, as well as re-enactments of the crime. Events surrounding the assassination also are included in the documentary, such as the swearing in of Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson on Air Force One and Jack Ruby's shooting of the suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, on live television.

Four Guns to the Border (1954)

A Mexico-bound bank robber (Rory Calhoun) and his partners stop to save an old man and his daughter (Colleen Miller) from Indians.


A post-Civil War America launches an expedition to the moon via cannon.

Glamarus (2014)

A tall, skinny boy obsessed with traffic cones, a lesbian Adam and Eve, a wise bearded man, and the self-proclaimed King of the Sea all wander about the surreal landscape of GLAMARUS, watched over by a man who lives in a television set.

Halfway Decent (2009)

Presented with an ultimatum by the Mrs. (she wants another child; Tom thinks one's enough, especially since their brood is in rehab: "What are you going for, group discount?"), Tom finds himself out in the world, alone.

Happy Holidays (2008)

Three childhood friends unexpectedly reunite in their hometown right before Christmas.

Heavy Traffic (1973)

Ralph Bakshi's semiautobiographical account of the life and times of a struggling inner-city cartoonist.

Henry Miller: Reflections on Writing (1974)

Miller discusses his views on writing with the likes of Anais Nin, Lawrence Durrell and Lawrence Clarke Powell. An expansion of The Henry Miller Odyssey on the subject of writing.

The Gamers: Dorkness Rising (2008)

When fantasy gamers cannot get theirs characters in gear, their dungeon master brings out a heavy weapon -- a female role.

The Hunting of the Snark (2015)

Strange individuals embark on a quest to capture a beast known as the Snark.