The Kid Sister (1945)

A girl (Judy Clark) crashes a party for her big sister's (Constance Worth) fiance (Roger Pryor) and runs into a burglar.

The Killers: Live From The Royal Albert Hall (2009)

In July, 2009, the Killers set out to create a gift for their fans...a spectacular concert experience, at a uniquely majestic venue, featuring their greatest songs - filmed with pristine production values, for the bands first ever official live concert release

The Kirlian Witness (1979)

Laurie believes that it's possible to communicate with plants via telepathy and devotes all her time and love to them. Her plants do warn her of her sister Rilla's new boyfriend Robert. When Laurie's found dead on the street under her balcony one morning, Rilla doubts that it was an accident. Only a plant was witness that night, so she tries to find a way to learn the truth from it.

The Masonic Map (2008)

The lives of college students changes when they recover one of the most controversial relics of all time, a Masonic map brought to America by the Freemasons in 1502 that hundred of people have died for.

The Mime (2015)

A man with a scarred face and dead eyes begins terrorizing and slaying anyone who gets in his way in a small Ohio town.

The Pact (1995)

Kate and Greg made a pact: if they were both single when they turned 35, they'd get married. That day has come.

The Path: Afterlife (2009)

Life is a journey; we are born, our lives are lived, then we die. No one can live forever – or can they? The Path: Afterlife asks two basic fundamental questions: What happens when we die? What is the purpose of life? The filmmakers interviewed 12 individuals in the United States who are well-versed, knowledgeable and currently practicing, studying or are experts in the field of holistic studies, out-of-body experiences, Reiki, past-life regression, physics and integrative medicine. The participants look at different theories as to what happens to people when they die, sharing their own personal encounters with death and near-death experiences and describing how these experiences shaped their lives and inspired them to dedicate their work to the study of consciousness.

The Possession of David O'Reilly (2010)

David (Giles Anderson) has just found out his beloved is cheating on him and to make matters worse, demonic creatures are stalking him in his house.

The Rhythm of My Soul: Kentucky Roots Music (2006)

The Rhythm of My Soul is a performance documentary that tells the story of country, gospel, mountain and bluegrass - Kentucky roots music.

The Sandman and the Lost Sand of Dreams (2015)

Habumar, a deviant master of nightmares, has stolen the Sand of Dreams. The Sandman sends out his sheep sidekick, Nepomuk, to find a hero who can return the Sand of Dreams and save Dreamworld.

The Street Stops Here (2010)

Intimate and inspiring, The Street Stops Here is a portrait of the nation's best high school basketball coach, Bob Hurley, Sr. and his career-long struggle to inspire and motivate those around him in order to keep the doors of a poor, inner-city Catholic school open.

The Toy Shop (1928)

Locked in a deserted old English toy shop, Katherine and her stuffy cousin Matthew meet some very special friends, toys who are alive!

This Is Gonna Be Awesome (2015)

Caleb Mackenzie, a 14-year-old aspiring filmmaker, works hard to overcome obstacles and make his dreams come true.

Timbuktu (2014)

A Malian cattleman (Ibrahim Ahmed) and his family face the wrath of Islamic fundamentalists after a tragic accident.

Today I Hang (1942)

A woman (Mona Barrie) and her friends try to save an innocent man (Walter Woolf King) condemned for murder.

Torn (2013)

Two families, bonding after their sons are killed in an explosion, learn that one of them is the prime suspect in the attack.

Confetti of the Mind: The Short Films of Nacho Vigolondo (2014)

Drafthouse Films is pleased to present "Confetti of the Mind", the definitive compilation of Nacho Vigalondo's (Timecrimes, Open Windows) most brilliant shorts collected for the first time and personally curated by Nacho. Featuring such favorites as Choque, Sunday, and 2003's Academy Award nominated short film, "7:35 in the Morning" as well as a fresh introductions and thoughts by the man himself.

Cosplay Fetish Battle Drones (2013)

Six young people suffer through traumatic experiences and become power rangers to recover.

Cowboys in India (2009)

Cowboys & Indians is a family adventure western film that was released in 2011. A young woman is kidnapped by a group of Indians that are led by a deranged medicine man. The community has no way of getting her back, and so they hire a man who was in the cavalry during the Civil War. The man has to track down the Indians, but when he gets to them he finds out that they are far more frightening than he heard.

Craig Ferguson: Just Being Honest (2015)

Recently nominated for a Grammy, “JUST BEING HONEST covers “the deeply meaningless to the profoundly meaningful”-the pros and cons of catch phrases, shoes that look like feet, and the Scottish version of hacky sack.

Creature Of The Walking Dead (1965)

Brought back to life by his grandson, a diabolical scientist with an unquenchable thirst for blood goes on a rampage.

Crumbs (2015)

A hero embarks on a journey across the Ethiopian apocalyptic landscape to find a way to board a hovering spacecraft.

Crush (2009)

A young seductress (Emma Lung) becomes dangerously obsessed with the college student (Christopher Egan) she most recently bedded.

Cycles South (1971)

Filmmaker Don Marshall documents three young motorcyclists as they travel from Denver to the Panama Canal.

Damsel (2015)

A troubled girl runs away from her self-absorbed father. She befriends a kind stranger and helps him search for his late wife's necklace.

Dante (2014)

Dante's Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise. The Divine Comedy finally in film. Dante, desperate after Beatrice's death, has lost control. It's only through a journey in the afterworld that he'll be able to understand his mistakes and redeem himself. The underworld is awaiting him full of challenges and a wise soul's guidance isn't enough when, to be faced, there's especially his own self.

Dave Chappelle: For What it's Worth (2004)

Dave Chappelle, one of comedy's hottest stars, takes his trademark humor before a live audience with an uncensored, no-holds-barred comedy special Dave Chappelle: For What It's Worth. Chappelle says what people could say - but won't and don't dare to.

Dawn of the Ocean (2014)

The oceans have shaped all life on earth. By combining natural history, history and science, and through a judicious use of CGI, this film sketches a never-before-seen picture of the oceans and how life has evolved under the sea.

Days of Darkness (2007)

After dust from a passing comet gives rise to ravenous zombies, several survivors take shelter in a makeshift fortress and try to fight off the hungry horde.

Dead Bastard (2010)

Estranged siblings are forced to move back into their childhood home and fulfill the outrageous stipulations in their father's will to inherit his wealth and belongings.

The Coffin in the Mountain (2014)

An alcoholic man refocuses himself on putting kids through college via 4H and FFA scholarship donations. Guiding him is a spiritual figure he calls "The Bearded Man".

Deet 'n Bax Save Th World (2015)

Deet (Jason Mewes) and Bax (Weston Cage), best friends trying to start a weed growing operation, help an undercover agent infiltrate a drug cartel.

Del Shores: Sordid Confessions (2012)

There is no subject off-limits in DEL SHORES: SORDID CONFESSIONS. Writer, director, producer, activist and comic Del Shores has no censor - on or offstage.

Demonic Toys 2: Personal Demons (2009)

Terror strikes when an ancient puppet resurrects deadly toys.

Desecrated (2015)

A young woman (Haylie Duff) and her friends head to her father's isolated ranch, only to find themselves being hunted by the groundskeeper, a delusional ex-military operative who's looking for blood.

Diana Krall - Live in Rio (2009)

Diana Krall has had a long time fascination with bossa nova, a type of music which perfectly suits her sophisticated yet sensual style

Dirty Shield (2014)

Detective Ricardo Colletti's life turns upside down when gang members rape his wife. After two of the thugs are found dead, Internal Affairs investigates Ricardo's involvement.

Don't Let the Riverbeast Get You! (2012)

A vicious monster rises from its watery lair and terrorizes a peaceful New England town. Neil sets out to prove the beast exists and exterminate it before it can kill more people.

Don't Look In The Cellar (2008)

College students break into the basement of a haunted asylum and encounter the last member of a flawed bloodline.

Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title (1966)

Spies mistake a diner cook (Morey Amsterdam) for a wayward Soviet astronaut in an American college town.

Do You See Me? (2014)

Language: English. Subtitles: Italian.

Drag Becomes Him (2015)

The life of drag performer Jinkx Monsoon.

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (2008)

A compassionate attorney (Krista Bridges) helps Dr. Henry Jekyll (Dougray Scott), a physician whose mental imbalance leads to murder.

Lions of the African Night (1987)

Learn the savage secrets of Africa after dark as animals struggle to fight off constant hunger.

Look Again (2016)

A man on the verge of suicide is visited by a guardian angel who gives him glasses that enable him to see who is good and who is evil.

Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games (2014)

Celebrate 20 years of amazing performances with Michael Flatley (Riverdance) in his newest and most exciting adventure yet—live from London with an all-new award-winning cast!

Los Scandalous - Skid Row (2014)

See what makes Skid Row tick, a tell all, never before seen, raw documentary about the harsh reality of the street life in Los Scandalous - Skid Row. The homeless capital of The United States. My name is Shanks Rajendran and I'm a 28 year old Australian filmmaker. I shot this documentary to uncover the truth about Skid Row, the people, the place, and the politics behind it.

Man in Love (2014)

Tae-Il's underworld lifestyle takes a turn when he discovers he's got a terminal illness. Soon, he falls in love with a kind woman. Is it too late for change?

McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force (1965)

PT-boat Ensign Parker (Tim Conway) poses as an Air Force officer and sinks the Japanese fleet, without McHale.

Melody Parade (1943)

An ambitious busboy (Eddie Quillan) and a nightclub owner (Tim Ryan) facing bankruptcy mistake a performer for a potential sponsor.

Merry Christmas (2013)

With money running low, nine New Yorkers forgo their annual Christmas in Aspen and head to Pennsylvania for a murder-mystery weekend. What begins as fun and games takes an odd twist when a mysterious stranger appears at the door. Using a combination of actors and non-actors, "Merry Christmas" was shot in 2 1/2 days with no script, no rehearsal and no second takes. Each actor received a 150 page character bible to immerse themselves in prior to production, then let loose once the cameras rolled. The result is an honest experience that no one could predict, and one that you will not soon forget.

Metro (2013)

Passengers aboard a Russian subway train become trapped by rising flood waters.

More Than Meets the Eye: The Joan Brock Story (2003)

When a teacher (Carey Lowell) at a school for the blind loses her own sight, she inspires others with her optimism and humor.

Mr. Blue Sky: The Story of Jeff Lynne & ELO (2012)

As the creative force behind Electric Light Orchestra and a singularly accomplished singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer, Jeff Lynne is one of rock's most iconic--yet mysterious--figures.

Mustang: Journey To Transformation (2009)

Mustang tells the remarkable story of a Tibetan culture pulled back from the brink of extinction through the restoration of its most sacred sites.

Myanmar: Bridges to Change (2014)

In August 2013, a group of climbers traveled to the farthest reaches of Northern Myanmar to make a first ascent of Gamlang Razi, Southeast Asia's disputed highest peak. All told, the climbers traveled over 270 miles on foot through some of the harshest terrain on the planet, braving extreme heat and moisture, as well as the gambit of jungle creatures.

My Chemical Romance: Life on the Murder Scene (2006)

Life On The Murder Scene offers an in-depth, extensive video diary, featuring band interviews and behind-the-scenes commentary.

My Father, My Son (1988)

Elmo Zumwalt III (Keith Carradine) serves as a boat commander in the Vietnam War. He returns home to marry and start a family. His idyllic life takes a dramatic turn when he is diagnosed with terminal cancer and his son is born with a learning disability. As it turns out, both their plights are linked to Agent Orange, a chemical weapon used in the war. Ironically, it is Elmo's own father, Adm. Elmo Zumwalt Jr. (Karl Malden), who called for the gas to be used.

My Life Over The Top (2015)

From the high life to prison, this is the real rags-to-riches story of a self-made, self-proclaimed kingpin.

My Lucky Elephant (2013)

A boy's (First Khunchan) pachyderm pal becomes the star painter at an art academy, but their friendship may soon change when the elephant hears nature's call.

Nerd Prom: Inside Washington's Wildest Week (2015)

A reporter quits his job covering the White House Correspondents' Association's annual dinner to find out what really goes on during the week.

New Orleans: Music in Exile (2006)

Filmmaker Robert Mugge tracks down New Orleans musicians who were forced to leave the city by Hurricane Katrina.

Night of the Bloody Apes (1969)

A surgeon transplants the heart of an ape into his ailing son (Armando Silvestre), with horrific results.

Night of the Fight: Hatton's Last Stand (2013)

Undisputed Champion Network Presents - A raw, unflinching and, at times, brutal account of the events that led up to, during and after Ricky Hatton's last ever professional fight, which took place in Manchester against Vyacheslav Senchenko.

Noah's Ark (1959)

Gilbert the meerkat is tasked with shepherding all the animals onto Noah's Ark.

Nostalgia.exe (2014)

A history lecturer seeks out an enigmatic dream splicer, forging a bond which may be his salvation or damnation.

Nudged (2015)

The lives of eight people come together at a community television station.

Ode to a Post-it Note (2010)

A little Post-it note escapes from a cluttered desk to search for its father.

One Big Affair (1952)

An American girl (Evelyn Keyes) misses her bus to Acapulco but finds romance with a lawyer (Dennis O'Keefe).

One of Us (2015)

The dynamic pace of Quincy's basketball match soon calms when he is faced with a life changing dilemma.

One Thing She Doesn't Have (2014)

K-pop singer, Na-bi, is now a famous actress for her beautiful appearance but lousy acting. Her dramas make no money, so her management company forces her to be in a play directed by Jin-woo, who is famous for a shocking sex scene from his previous film.

A Place Out of Time: The Bordentown School (2009)

History of the Bordentown School, which taught values, discipline and life skills to generations of African-American children. Ruby Dee narrates.

Apostles of Comedy: Onwards and Upwards (2013)

Christian comics (Jeff Allen, Keith Alberstadt, Ron Pearson) perform in concert.

Appointment With Murder (1948)

The Falcon attempts to recover some stolen paintings and apprehend the culprit.

Asia - Fantasia Live In Tokyo (2007)

Asia, featuring members of Yes, ELP and King Crimson, was the first supergroup of the eighties

A Sierra Nevada Gunfight (2013)

Roger (Kirk Harris) brings his son Casper (Ryan Ballance) to the treacherous gold fields of California in 1870. When Roger begins to lose touch with reality, it leaves Casper to fight off Indians and ruthless bushwhackers.

A Silent Truth (2012)

A 14-year-old boy (Daniel Sovich) fears repercussions from homophobic family members and friends if he reveals that he's gay.

Australien skies (2015)

Australien Skies is a documentary film that explores the sightings of unidentified flying objects and the people who witness them within Australia.

Avenged Sevenfold: Live in the LBC & Diamonds in the Rough (2008)

While headlining the Rockstar Taste Of Chaos tour earlier this year, Avenged Sevenfold (aka A7X) taped its full, incendiary April 10 homecoming gig at the Long Beach Arena

Badlands of Montana (1957)

A mayoral candidate (Rex Reason) turns outlaw, then sheriff, then has a showdown with his old gang.

Bastards of Young (2006)

Today's bands find new, nontraditional ways of reaching an audience and building a fan base.

Below Ground: Demon Holocaust (2012)

Dave documents an invasion of demons in his hometown while he gives shelter to four people.

Better Than Crazy (2015)

Five cousins gather at a drunken family reunion. They quickly find themselves knee-deep in country songs about fatty snack foods, paranormal threats from a dead aunt with dubious fashion sense, and more fat jokes per minute of film than any movie in history. Also, Amy Bruni (Ghost Hunters) gives us a good reason to wear water wing floaties at the dinner table. Truly Better Than Crazy has it all.

Billy The Kid Returns (1938)

Singing Billy (Roy Rogers) settles a case of mistaken identity with his sidekick, Frog (Smiley Burnette).

Black Eyed Children: Let Me In (2015)

A filmmaker embarks on a journey to investigate the nightmarish stories behind the Black Eyed Children phenomenon.

Bloodmarsh Krackoon (2014)

A vicious crack-addicted raccoon commits a series of gruesome murders in a Bronx neighborhood, and the politically ambitious Deputy Mayor Peter Rabbit sees an opportunity to advance his career by capturing the mutant creature.

Border (2014)

Two sisters learn a family member deserted the Syrian Army and they must flee to Turkey.

Burma's Open Road: An Insight into Myanmar (2007)

Guided by the insights of a Buddhist monk, we explore the lives of the Burmese intertwined with the reconstruction of the road and the environmental effects it will have on one of Southeast Asia's last remaining wildernesses.

Bury Me Dead (1947)

A woman (June Lockhart) watches her own funeral, then sets out with her lawyer (Hugh Beaumont) to learn who was in the casket.

Cameraman: The Life And Work Of Jack Cardiff (2010)

In 2001 Jack Cardiff (1914-2009) became the first director of photography in the history of the Academy Awards to win an Honorary Oscar. But the first time he clasped the famous statuette in his hand was a half-century earlier when his Technicolor camerawork was awarded for Powell and Pressburger's Black Narcissus. Beyond John Huston's The African Queen and King Vidor's War and Peace, the films of the British-Hungarian creative duo (The Red Shoes and A Matter of Life and Death too) guaranteed immortality for the renowned cameraman whose career spanned seventy years.

Camera Phone (2012)

CAMERA PHONE is the story of a party that took place on March 20, 2010 in a building in Orange County. That night, there was a 911 call that was filed as 'unknown' and the case was hidden from the public. The events that took place at this warehouse are a mystery and there are still no suspects

Carpe Diem (2015)

In this beginner class with Nico Luce, "less is more and slow is better" in order to awaken the body to a bright new day full of possibilities.

Chance of a Lifetime (1991)

Thinking she's dying, an Ohio businesswoman (Betty White) goes to Mexico and lives it up with a widower (Leslie Nielsen).

Chasing Shadows (2014)

Believing that might does not make right, Evan sets out to convince his two close friends, Heath and Greg, to join him into becoming vigilantes and punishing criminals for their crimes, big or small. Even if it requires them to take the law into their own hands.

Chop Kick Panda (2011)

Lu, a lovable panda, is the sixth-generation owner of a tae kwon do academy and must battle Kudo, a dangerous tiger warrior, to save a small village.

Silent Night, Bloody Night 2: Revival (2015)

While visiting the small town of East Willard for a funeral, siblings find an old journal that discusses the legend of Black Peter, Santa Claus's vengeful and malicious brother.

Sins of the Mother (2010)

Surprises await a graduate student (Nicole Beharie) who returns home to face her abusive and alcoholic mother (Jill Scott).

Son Of The Renegade (1953)

A man (John Carpenter) takes over a ranch left by his outlaw father.

Sons of the City: New York (2011)

Follows the story of some of the most successful NBA basketballs stars who played for New York teams. These super athletes went from obscurity to be local and national sports heroes, earning millions of dollars and the admiration of New Yorkers everywhere. Superstars, including Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Tiny Archibald and more are profiled.

Soul Survivors: Angels in Training (2014)

Jack and Tanya become angels and help couples solve their relationship issues.