G is a 2002 American drama film directed by Christopher Scott Cherot. It is loosely based on the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
The title character, "G", played by Richard T. Jones, is a Hip-hop music mogul who is looking to win back the love of his life, Sky (based on the character Daisy Buchanan from the original novel).
Tidal Wave (1973)
Tidal Wave is a 1973 film directed by Shiro Moritani. It is based on the novel Japan Sinks by Sakyo Komatsu. The film stars Keiju Kobayashi, Hiroshi Fujioka and Ayumi Ishida.
In God's Hands (1998)
Mickey, Shane and Keoni live to surf, but they aren't just counting sets. Theirs is not merely a search for the elusive wave, but a solemn pact with nature to take it to the extreme. World Class surfers Patrick Shane Dorian, Matt George and Matty Liu star in a dramatic adventure of friendship and courage, featuring some of the most spectacular surfing footage ever filmed. From Madagascar and Balito Hawaii and Mexico, director and co-writer Zalman King takes us on an action-filled tour of the most exotic and dangerous surf spots on the planet, and shows why only a select few are good enough to ride the big ones.
Operation Condor (1991)
Performing all his own death-defying stunts, Jackie Chan ignites the big screen as the world's greatest secret agent, code name Condor. Sent to track down stolen Nazi gold buried beneath the Sahara, Condor is pursued by a ruthless band of treasure-hunting terrorists. With the help of three sexy sidekicks, Jackie takes off on a globe-spanning chase in an incredible quest to reach the bounty first!
A Good Day To Be Black & Sexy (2008)
A Good Day to Be Black and Sexy is a 2008 film written, directed, produced and edited by Dennis Dortch. The film was originally screened at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was eventually given a one-week release in one theater, earning $8,629 during its release. The film explores the subject of sexuality and relationships within the black community in this collection of six vignettes set in Los Angeles designed to shatter stereotypes about black sexuality.
Devil's Highway (2005)
Devil's Highway is a 2005 American horror film directed by Fabien Pruvot, written by Jennifer Farrell, and starring Shane Brolly, Robert Miano, Al Sapienza, and Natassia Malthe as passengers on a bus who are targeted by a demon.
Cairo Road (1950)
Cairo Road is a 1950 British crime film directed by David MacDonald and stars Eric Portman, Laurence Harvey, Maria Mauban, Harold Lang and John Gregson. The film takes its name from the Cairo Road.
Deliberate Intent (2000)
Attorneys (Timothy Hutton, Ron Rifkin) file a civil suit against a publisher whose instruction book was used by a novice hit man to commit a murder.
Men Cry in the Dark (2003)
A life-long bachelor is surprised to find love with a remarkable woman.
Johny Mera Naam (1970)
Johny Mera Naam is a 1970 Bollywood crime action film directed by Vijay Anand. The film stars the director's brother, Dev Anand and Pran in the roles of brothers separated in childhood. Hema Malini, Jeevan, Premnath, I. S. Johar and Iftekhar also star in pivotal roles.
The King and the Clown (2005)
The King and the Clown is a 2005 South Korean historical drama film, starring Kam Woo-sung, Lee Joon-gi and Jung Jin-young. It was adapted from the 2000 stage play, Yi ("You") about Yeonsangun of Joseon, a Joseon dynasty king and a court clown who mocks him. It was released on 29 December 2005, runs for 119 minutes; and distributed domestically by Cinema Service and internationally by CJ Entertainment.
Azur & Asmar: The Princes' Quest (2006)
Azur & Asmar: The Princes' Quest (French: Azur et Asmar) is a 2006 French-Spanish-Belgium-Italian 3D CGI animated fairytale fantasy film written and directed by Michel Ocelot and animated at the Paris animation and visual effects studio Mac Guff Ligne. It is Ocelot's fourth feature, though his first wholly original creation since Kirikou and the Sorceress, and his first use of 3D computer graphics, albeit an atypical employment of this medium with two-dimensional, painted backgrounds and non-photorealistic rendering. Like most of his films it is an original fairy tale, in this case inspired by the folklore (including, but not limited to, the One Thousand and One Nights) and decorative art of North Africa and the Middle East and with an increased degree of characterisation relative to his previous works which pushes it into the genre of fairytale fantasy.
Penitentiary is a 1979 American blaxploitation drama film starring Leon Isaac Kennedy as Martel "Too Sweet" Gordone that deals with the wrongful imprisonment of a black youth. The film was released on November 21, 1979.
Chalo Dilli (2011)
Chalo Dilli is a 2011 Indian film directed by Shashant Shah. It features Lara Dutta and Vinay Pathak. It also features Akshay Kumar and Mahika Sharma in a guest appearance. The film, produced under Dutta's husband Mahesh Bhupathi's production company, Big Daddy Productions and Eros International Media Ltd, was shot at locations in Mumbai, Delhi and Jaipur. It was released on 29 April 2011. It was inspired by the film Planes, Trains and Automobiles starring Steve Martin. A sequel to the film, named Chalo China, was set to be made in 2014 but was postponed due to lack of financers.
Putin's Kiss (2011)
Putin's Kiss is a 2012 documentary, directed by Lise Birk Pedersen, about Russian youth activist Masha Drokova and her experiences with the youth organisation Nashi.
The Business of Disease (2014)
The Business of Disease is a documentary exploring the hypnosis of marketing, belief systems and the body’s ability to heal. In addition it explores the environmental and social programs from which our choices and experiences are shaped. We are shown how or why we have abandoned self-care. The film aims to provide options and insight into cutting edge possibilities in dealing with disease. Science is integrated as a means of opening the mind to existing tools and opportunities. This is a film that encourages all people to be unafraid in taking responsibility for their bodies, spirits and minds. The ultimate message is that it is not only about what’s being done to us but instead we must examine why we become victims and catalysts for the business of disease. We must examine what we can do to change this for ourselves instead of waiting on the system to fix things for us.
Dark Walker (2003)
Dark Walker is a 2003 direct-to-video horror film directed by Danny Draven. The film is most notable for the appearances of Prussian Blue (twin sisters Lynx and Lamb Gaede), a white nationalist separatist band and their mother, April Gaede, a writer of white separatist publication National Vanguard.
Dark Walker was filmed at the existing Hobb's Grove in Sanger, California. In the film, a monstrous creature slaughters a group of trespassers one by one.
The Joe Manifesto (2013)
Joe meets Vee, breaks up with his fiance, demands a demotion at his job, and turns his orderly life into chaos. When he realizes he has taken things too far, he tries to put his life back in order.
Duel of the Seven Tiger (1979)
Nine kung fu and karate experts come together to reveal their skills.
Purim: The Lot (2014)
In the 4th century B.C., the Persian king's adviser, Haman, decides to exterminate the Jews. With the help of her Uncle Mordechai, Queen Esther thwarts the plot and saves them.
Call + Response (2008)
Call + Response is a documentary film released in 2008 by Fair Trade Pictures to support human rights activism against human trafficking and slavery on a community level. The film was Justin Dillon’s directorial debut and has received worldwide recognition, becoming one of the most important devices in spurring the modern-day abolitionist movement and was one of the year’s top documentaries.
Perry Mason: The Case of the Fatal Fashion (1991)
Lawyer Mason (Raymond Burr) defends Della Street's (Barbara Hale) friend for the murder of a fashion-magazine editor (Valerie Harper) hated by many.
The Proud Youth (1978)
The Proud Youth is a 1978 Hong Kong film loosely based on Louis Cha's novel The Smiling, Proud Wanderer. It was produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio, directed by Sun Chung and starred Wong Yue, Shih Szu, Michael Chan and Ling Yun.
Second Name (2002)
Second Name (El Segundo Nombre in Spanish) is a 2002 Spanish horror film. The film is based on 2001 horror novel Pact of the Fathers by English horror writer Ramsey Campbell.
Friends (Bill Sebastian, James Thomas Gilbert, Jessica McClendon) in small-town Texas face uncomfortable truths about themselves and their relationships.
From Vegas to Macau II (2015)
From Vegas to Macau II (賭城風雲Ⅱ) is a 2015 3D Hong Kong-Chinese action comedy film directed and written by Wong Jing and starring Chow Yun-fat, Nick Cheung, Carina Lau, Shawn Yue, Angela Wang and Michelle Hu. The film is the sequel to From Vegas to Macau. The third installment of the series, From Vegas to Macau III was released on February 8, 2016.
Welcome to the Space Show (2010)
Welcome to the Space Show is a 2010 Japanese animated science fiction film produced by A-1 Pictures and distributed by Aniplex. It was directed by Koji Masurani from a script by Hideyuki Kurata, and stars the voices of Tomoyo Kurosawa, Honoka Ikezuki, Shōtarō Uzawa, Tamaki Matsumoto, Takuto Yoshinaga, and Keiji Fujiwara. In the film, five children rescue an alien dog, and are rewarded a trip to the Moon in response. After events cause the group to become stranded in space, they must find a way to return to Earth before the kids' parents arrive.
Pioneer (Norwegian: Pionér) is a 2013 Norwegian thriller film directed by Erik Skjoldbjærg. It was released on 30 August, followed by a screening in the Special Presentation section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
Dangerous Charter (1962)
The crew of a fishing boat discovers a deserted luxury yacht at sea with a dead body on board. They claim the yacht as salvage, not knowing that a drug smuggling ring has hidden $500,000 worth of heroin on the boat.
Mandalay is a 1934 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Michael Curtiz and written by Austin Parker and Charles Kenyon based on a story by Paul Hervey Fox. The film stars Kay Francis, Ricardo Cortez, Warner Oland and Lyle Talbot, and features Ruth Donnelly and Reginald Owen.
The film is about a world-weary woman (Francis) nicknamed "Spot White" at the local brothel-bar who does what she can to survive. Curtiz used cutting edge wipes and opticals in the film. Future child star Shirley Temple won a small role in the film as the daughter of the Donnelly and Littlefield characters but the role was little more than a walk-on. Originally, her name was not listed in the credits but only included years later.
Flying Devils (1933)
Flying Devils (a.k.a. The Flying Circus or Flying Circus) is a 1933 American Pre-Code action film dealing with aviation. The film was directed by former Hollywood agent Russell Birdwell and photographed by film noir cinematographer Nicholas Musuraca. The screenplay was written by Byron Morgan and Louis Stevens, based on an original story by Stevens. In an unusual move, Bruce Cabot was the star, with perennial "good guy" Ralph Bellamy playing the villain in a love triangle involving Arline Judge and Eric Linden. Although considered a "B" feature, audiences enjoyed the aerial scenes, which helped elevate the feature to a minor box-office hit.
The Upsetter: The Life and Music of Lee Scratch Perry (2009)
The Upsetter or The Upsetter: The Life and Music of Lee Scratch Perry is a documentary film about the Grammy Award-winning Jamaican music icon Lee "Scratch" Perry. The film is narrated by Academy Award winner Benicio Del Toro and directed by American Filmmakers Ethan Higbee and Adam Bhala Lough. The film premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in March 2008 and had its theatrical release in March 2011, going on to screen at more than 80 theatres world wide.
Scream Park (2012)
Scream Park is a 2013 horror film by American director Cary Hill and his directorial debut. The film had its world release on January 6, 2013 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and was partially funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Of the film, Hill stated that he was inspired to create Scream Park after visiting a theme park and thinking that it would be a good location for an 80's themed horror film. Filming took place at Conneaut Lake Park in Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania and at the University of Pittsburgh.
A boy (Michael Caloz) prays to an Egyptian goddess to make his cat human (Brent Carver) when he thinks his parents want to get rid of it.
More Brains! A Return To The Living Dead (2011)
Filmmaker Dan O'Bannon's 1985 movie "The Return of the Living Dead" becomes a cult classic.
Clean Break (2014)
Tracy moves in with her boyfriend and targets his roommates when they interfere with her relationship plans.
Orphans and Angels (2003)
A woman (Emmeline Hawthorne) falls under the drug-induced spell of a sinister drifter (Christopher Brown).
The World Of Z (2011)
The art, insanity and love of artist Zbigniew Fiks.
Two young gymnasts learn about friendship and more.
A struggling writer recalls a fateful night when he reunited with his three brothers (Gale Harold, Blake Gibbons).
The Plot Against Harry (1989)
The Plot Against Harry is a 1989 American comedy film directed by Michael Roemer and filmed in 1969. It was screened out of competition at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival.
The Home and the World (1985)
Ghare Baire is a 1984 Indian Bengali romantic drama film by director Satyajit Ray, based upon the novel Ghare Baire by Rabindranath Tagore. It features Soumitra Chatterjee, Victor Banerjee, Jennifer Kendal and Swatilekha Chatterjee (Sengupta). Ray prepared a script for it in the 1940s, long before he made his first film Pather Panchali. It deals with a subject that has often appeared in Ray's work: the emancipation of women and what it does to them and to the men who love them. The film was in competition for the Palme d'Or at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. At the 32nd National Film Awards, it won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Bengali.
Mystery Ship (1941)
Mystery Ship is a 1941 American film directed by Lew Landers.
Pitch Black Heist (2011)
A light-activated alarm forces thieves (Liam Cunningham, Michael Fassbender) to work in the dark.
The Lucky Dog (1921)
The Lucky Dog was the first film to include Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy who would become the famous comedy duo of Laurel and Hardy.
Though they appear in scenes together they play independently of each other.
The film was shot as two reels, but some versions end abruptly after the first reel where Stan is robbed by Ollie.
Never Let Me Go (1953)
Screen legends Clark Gable (Gone with the Wind) and Gene Tierney (Laura) team up in this exciting drama about a passionate love affair set in postwar Russia.
Philip Sutherland (Gable), a foreign correspondent based in Russia, falls in love with Maria Lamarkina (Tierney), a lovely ballerina. They marry and Maria applies for an exit visa so they can return to the United States together. But Cold War politics intervene and she is detained in Russia by the KGB while Philip is escorted home.
Months pass and Philip, who has tried every official channel, devises a desperate plan to return to Russia for his bride. Political intrigue, fabulous ballet sequences and a timeless love story make this thrilling drama a classic.
The Chosen One: Legend of the Raven (1998)
A cataclysmic battle between good and evil is waged by “Baywatch” babe Carmen Electra, who, as sexy superheroine the Chosen One, avenges her murdered sister (Playboy playmate Shauna Sand) and keeps the world safe from scum!
Xtinction: Predator X (2010)
Xtinction: Predator X (aka Alligator X) is an American Horror/Science Fiction film released August 18, 2010, directed by Amir Valinia. The story revolves around a strange Louisiana swamp creature, which was a cloned Pliosaurus. The creature was created by zoologist (and ex-husband of the protagonist, Laura Le Crois), Dr. Charles LeBlanc. The reptile is the return to life of a crocodile ancestor, the "Tyrannosaurus Rex” of the oceans, who was supposed to be extinct.
25 years ago, ethnomusicologist Louis Sarno traveled from New Jersey to the forests of Central Africa to record the music of the Bayaka Pygmies. He fell in love with the people, their music, their lifestyle - and a local girl. Despite his failing health and the harsh realities of life in the village, he follows the Bayaka into the heart of the forest. Written and directed by Lavinia Currier (PASSION IN THE DESERT), and starring Kris Marshall (LOVE ACTUALLY), Peter Riegert (DAMAGES, THE GOOD WIFE) and Will Yun Lee (THE WOLVERINE, HAWAII FIVE-O), OKA! is a true story of strength and bravery, uniquely capturing the spirit of a people with music, humor, and love.
Mr. Vampire (1985)
One of the most genre-defining (not to mention genre-defying!) horror-comedies imaginable, and one of the key Hong Kong blockbuster hits of the 1980s, the popularity and influence of Mr. Vampire cannot be overstated. Spawning at least four sequels and countless spin-offs and imitations, this Hong Kong horror-comedy to end them all was an understandable crowd-pleasing sensation, and triggered a wave of jiangshi (“hopping vampire”) movies. Produced by the legendary Sammo Hung, the original Mr. Vampire is essential viewing for anyone interested in the 80s golden age of Hong Kong cinema.In a career-making performance, the late Lam Ching-ying is Master Kau, expert on all matters of the supernatural. When Kau and his two bumbling students, Man Choi (famous comedian Ricky Hui) and Chou (Fist of Legend‘s Chin Siu-ho), exhume a corpse for reburial, things go frighteningly and hilariously awry when the cadaver is revealed to be a hopping vampire. With the undead on the loose, Master Kau is blamed for the chaos, and must work with his students to put the spirits to rest before the vampire’s own granddaughter (80s Hong Kong action icon Moon Lee) gets bitten. Fighting the vampires with everything from sticky rice to filing down the bloodsucker’s fangs, the trio must defeat an increasing number of ghoulish dangers.Director Ricky Lau would go on to make several more Mr. Vampire successors (as well as the related Sammo Hung sequel Encounters of the Spooky Kind II, with Lam Ching-ying as another vampire-battling master), but nothing tops the original for its classic fusion of screams and laughs, and it has never looked as eye-poppingly, vampire-hoppingly beautiful as this new Blu-ray special edition.
Big Boy (1930)
Big Boy is a 1930 American Pre-Code musical comedy film produced by Warner Bros.. The film was directed by Alan Crosland and stars Al Jolson, Claudia Dell, Louise Closser Hale, and Noah Beery. The film is based on the 1925 Broadway hit show of the same name in which Jolson also starred.
The House by the Medlar Tree (2011)
A family (Giuseppe Firullo, Omar Noto) bonds together when the patriarch loses his life during a powerful storm at sea.
Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Suess (2009)
Harlan – In the Shadow of Jew Süss (German: Harlan – Im Schatten von Jud Süß) is a 2008 documentary film by German director Felix Moeller about one of the most notorious Nazi German filmmakers, Veit Harlan and his family. It focuses on the "wildly varying attitudes of Harlan's children and grandchildren", and how they struggle even today with the legacy of their ancestor's work.
The documentary also explores Harlan's motivations for making Jew Süss, a film that The New York Times has called "perhaps the most notorious anti-Semitic movie ever made". Harlan was the only artist from the Nazi era to be charged with war crimes.
The film uses "never-before-seen archival footage, unearthed film excerpts, rare home movies and new interviews".
It is distributed in the U.S. by Zeitgeist Films in 2010.
Soo: Revenge for a Twisted Fate (2007)
Soo is a 2007 South Korean film directed by Yoichi Sai.
Honey (Turkish: Bal) is a 2010 Turkish drama film directed by Semih Kaplanoğlu, the third and final installment of the "Yusuf Trilogy", which includes Egg and Milk. It premiered on 16 February 2010 in competition at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival, where it became the third Turkish film, after Susuz Yaz in 1964 and Head-On in 2004, to win the Golden Bear award. The film, which went on general release across Turkey on 9 April 2010, was selected as Turkey's official candidate for the Best Foreign Film Oscar at the 83rd Academy Awards but it did not make the final shortlist.
A man hires a staff of good-looking men and women to boost business at his financially strapped golf club.
Killer by Nature (2010)
Killer by Nature is a 2010 American thriller film starring Ron Perlman and Armand Assante.
Lost Kisses (2011)
Lost Kisses (Italian: I baci mai dati) is a 2010 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Roberta Torre and based on a story by Torre.
Coup de Torchon (1981)
Coup de Torchon is a 1981 French film adaptation of Jim Thompson's 1964 novel Pop. 1280, directed by Bertrand Tavernier. The film changes the novel's setting from a West Texas oil boom town to a small town in French West Africa. The film had 2,199,309 Admissions in France and was the 16th most attended film of the year.
Shanghai Express (1932)
Shanghai Express is a 1932 American Pre-Code film directed by Josef von Sternberg, starring Marlene Dietrich, Clive Brook, Anna May Wong, and Warner Oland. It was written by Jules Furthman, based on a 1931 story by Harry Hervey. Shanghai Express was the fourth of seven films von Sternberg and Dietrich made together.
Shanghai Express was released during the midst of the Great Depression. The film was a huge hit with the public, grossing $3.7 million in its initial screenings in the United States alone, becoming the biggest financial success of the Dietrich-von Sternberg collaborations, and was the highest-grossing movie of 1932, surpassing the all-star Grand Hotel.
Shanghai Express was remade as Night Plane from Chungking (1942) and Peking Express (1951).
After.Life is a 2009 American psychological horror-thriller film starring Liam Neeson, Christina Ricci and Justin Long, directed by Agnieszka Wójtowicz-Vosloo from her original screenplay.
Foxfire Light (1982)
A spoiled rich girl used to getting her way comes up against a rancher who won't be intimidated by her.
Top Floor Left Wing (2010)
Top Floor, Left Wing (Dernier étage, gauche, gauche) is a 2010 French comedy film. It won the Panorama FIPRESCI Award at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2011.
Cecilia is a 1982 Cuban drama film directed by Humberto Solás. The film is based on the novel Cecilia Valdés by Cirilo Villaverde. It was entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.
The Little Boy (1995)
A Nazi unit moves in with a French family (Stanislas Forlani-Crevillen, Jacques Weber, Brigitte Roan) hiding Jewish refugees in the basement in World War II France.
Murders in the Zoo (1933)
Murders in the Zoo is 1933 Pre-Code horror film directed by A. Edward Sutherland, written by Philip Wylie and Seton I. Miller. Considered particularly dark for its time, film critic Leonard Maltin called the film "astonishingly grisly."
Where The River Runs Black (1986)
Where the River Runs Black is a 1986 film directed by Christopher Cain. The screenplay was written by Neal Jimenez and Peter Silverman, based on the novel Lazaro by David Kendall.
The film was entirely shot in Brazil, mostly in Belém and Rio Negro, Manaus.
Whispers From A Shallow Grave (1997)
After a model disappears the police track the photographer who last saw her.
A Jewish boy has already endured a lifetime of hardships reflects on his experiences.
We Grew Wings (2012)
Filmmakers Erich Lyttle and Sarah Henderson focus on the story of the women's track and field program at the University of Oregon.
The life of a highly regarded surgeon (Kirk Harris) starts to unravel as he abuses cocaine and alcohol.
The Texas Marshal (1941)
The Texas Marshal is a 1941 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by William Lively. The film stars Tim McCoy, Art Davis, Kay Leslie, Karl Hackett, Edward Peil Sr. and Charles King. The film was released on July 13, 1941, by Producers Releasing Corporation.
Forced March (1989)
Sarandon stars as an actor struggling to depict the horrors of the Holocaust in WWII Hungary. He begins to merge with his character, blurring boundaries of truth & illusion, and must choose to act as hero or victim, because movies become the truth.
A masked avenger seeks brutal revenge against gangs and corrupt politicians.
Caprice is a 2015 French romantic comedy film written and directed by Emmanuel Mouret, and starring Mouret, Virginie Efira, Anaïs Demoustier and Laurent Stocker. It won the award for Best Film at the 2015 Cabourg Film Festival.
Teenagers have to stop the zombified head of an ancient warrior after it starts chomping whoever gets in its path.
The Battle Wizard (1977)
The Battle Wizard is a 1977 Hong Kong film adapted from Louis Cha's novel Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils. The film was produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio and directed by Pao Hsueh-li. The film centers on the story of Duan Yu, one of the three protagonists of the novel.
Natural City (2003)
Natural City (Hangul: 내츄럴 시티) is a 2003 South Korean science fiction film about a colony world that integrates robots, androids and cyborgs amongst the population.
In Sarmatien (2014)
Filmmaker Volker Koepp revisits locations from his previous films.
Karama Has No Walls (2012)
Karama Has No Walls is a 2013 documentary film by Sara Ishaq about the Yemen revolution.
Prison Terminal: The Last Days Of Private Jack Hall (2013)
Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall is a 2013 documentary film by Edgar Barens.
Lost Signal (2006)
A man (Al Santos) and a woman (Sandra McCoy) battle the elements and their inner demons while lost in the forest.
Mr Hublot (2013)
Mr Hublot is a Luxembourgish/French animated short film by Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares with/after the characters of Stephane Halleux. It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 86th Academy Awards on 2 March 2014.
Un mundo raro (2001)
A crook hopes that a popular television star he has kidnapped will help him break into show business.
An employee with a corrupt boss plots a murder to save his family from hardship.
The Busher (1919)
The Busher is a 1919 American drama film directed by Jerome Storm featuring Colleen Moore, and produced by Thomas H. Ince. The film still exists and is available on DVD from Kino Video, running 55 minutes. There is an alternate edition available from Grapevine Video. This version runs 63 minutes, including a longer opening exposition sequence, and more frequent original intertitles, which help to clarify the story. A print is also held by Gosfilmofond Russian State Archives.
Gay Blades (1946)
Gay Blades is a 1946 American comedy film directed by George Blair and written by Albert Beich and Marcy Klauber. The film stars Allan Lane, Jean Rogers, Edward Ashley, Frank Albertson, Ann Gillis and Robert Armstrong. The film was released on January 25, 1946, by Republic Pictures.
Airplane Vs. Volcano (2014)
When a commercial airliner is trapped within a ring of erupting volcanoes, the passengers and crew must find a way to survive - without landing.
Visitors of the Night (1995)
Terrible nightmares plague a woman who comes to suspect her teenage daughter was conceived during an alien abduction.
Dropping Evil (2012)
Nancy hunts down his friends during a camping trip after they give him LSD and he thinks they have turned into evil beings.
The Last Dispatch (2005)
The Last Dispatch is a documentary film by Helmut Schleppi overviewing and giving greater insight into the final days of the indie rock band Dispatch, which culminated with two final live concerts. The first concert took place at the Somerville Theatre to a very exclusive crowd. Two days later, the band performed a free concert at the Hatch Shell in Boston. It was estimated that the turnout would only be between 10,000 and 30,000 people. In the end, the crowd grew to reach a reported 110,000 fans. A CD release, All Points Bulletin, features two discs of the two concerts and a DVD featuring selections from both shows.
Arizona Bushwhackers (1968)
Arizona Bushwhackers is a 1968 Western film starring Howard Keel and Yvonne de Carlo.
The Eagle with Two Heads (1948)
The Eagle with Two Heads (French title L'Aigle à deux têtes) is a French film directed by Jean Cocteau released in 1948. It was adapted from his own play L'Aigle à deux têtes which was first staged in 1946, and it retained the principal actors from the first Paris production.
The Kid Ranger (1936)
A ranger finds himself in deep trouble after he accidentally shoots an innocent man mistaken for a vicious outlaw.
The Good Father (1985)
The Good Father is a 1985 British film directed by Mike Newell and starring Anthony Hopkins, Jim Broadbent, Harriet Walter, Fanny Viner, Simon Callow, Joanne Whalley, and Michael Byrne. It is loosely based on Peter Prince's novel of the same name. It marked the first credited appearance in a feature film of Stephen Fry. The movie was produced for British television but received a theatrical release in the US.
Mr. Bricks: A Heavy Metal Murder Musical (2011)
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Frenchie is a 1950 American film of the western genre, directed by Louis King and starring Shelley Winters, Joel McCrea and Marie Windsor. The plot is loosely based on the western Destry Rides Again.
Doctors' Wives (1971)
An all-star cast drives this glossy combination of soap opera and murder mystery, heavily drenched in booze and sex. Feeling neglected, one of the title characters decides she's going to sleep with all her husband's friends... but when she's suddenly killed in the act, all of the wives' clandestine activities begin coming to light. Dyan Cannon, Gene Hackman, Richard Crenna, Carroll O'Connor, Rachel Roberts, Janice Rule, Ralph Bellamy, Scott Brady, Richard Anderson and many more round out the cast; Five-time Emmy® winner George Schaefer (Hallmark Hall of Fame, A War of Children) directs from a screenplay by Academy Award®-winner Daniel Taradash (1953, Best Screenplay, From Here To Eternity), and Academy Award®-winner Elmer Bernstein (1967, Best Original Musical Score, Thoroughly Modern Millie) contributes the lush score. Newly remastered.
A high-school track star (Nick Stahl) watches without judgment as his two best friends (Summer Phoenix, Aaron Paul) abuse heroin.
Identity Crisis (1989)
Identity Crisis is a 1989 comedy film directed by Melvin Van Peebles. Written by Mario Van Peebles, the film is about a rapper who winds up sharing his body with the soul of a dead fashion designer, switching between personalities every time he is struck on the head. It was released direct-to-video in 1991.