The Libertines: There Are No Innocent Bystanders (2011)

Roger Sargent documents the buildup, rehearsals, warm-ups and concerts of the band, as it prepares for reunion shows.

Chasing the White Dragon (2008)

Six small-town residents are trapped within their crystal-meth addictions, and they have to choose to escape from their living nightmares before their world's end.

Youngistaan (2014)

Youngistaan is a 2014 Indian Hindi-language political film directed by Syed Ahmad Afzal. It stars Jackky Bhagnani, Neha Sharma, Farooq Sheikh, Deepankar De and Kayoze Irani. The film is a love story set against the backdrop of Indian politics.

Thiruvilayadal (1965)

Thiruvilaiyadal is a 1965 Indian Tamil-language Hindu devotional film written, directed and co-produced by A. P. Nagarajan. The film features Sivaji Ganesan, Savitri, and K. B. Sundarambal in the lead roles, with T. S. Balaiah, R. Muthuraman, Nagesh, T. R. Mahalingam, K. Sarangkapani, Devika, Manorama, and Nagarajan in supporting roles. K. V. Mahadevan composed the film's soundtrack and score, and Kannadasan and Sankaradas Swamigal wrote the song lyrics.

Rodin, the Gates of Hell (1982)

Auguste Rodin's masterpiece The Gates of Hell is an epic achievement: a massive portal to Hades inspired by Dante's Inferno, its towering doors covered with nearly 200 individual figures. Commissioned in 1880, the project was to be the main entrance to the museum of decorative arts in Paris, a museum that was never built. A century later, legendary New York businessman and philanthropist B. Gerald Cantor and his wife, Iris, convened a team of experts to attempt the first-ever bronze casting of The Gates of Hell using the painstaking "lost wax" method that Rodin himself had favored. The finished piece would stand 21 feet high and 12 feet wide, and weigh eight tons. This award-winning film chronicles Rodin's struggles and sacrifices in creating a monumental work of art -- and the extraordinary modern-day effort to give it the final form he envisioned.

Video Games Live: Level 2 (2010)

Video Games Live is an immersive concert event featuring music from the greatest video games of all time. Created and produced by industry veteran and world famous video game composer Tommy Tallarico; top orchestras and choirs from around the world perform along with exclusive video footage and music arrangements, synchronized lighting, special fx, solo performers, percussionists, live action and unique interactive segments to create an explosive one-of-a-kind entertainment experience.

Gunfighters of Abilene (1960)

Gunfighters of Abilene is a 1960 Western film.

The Amish: A People of Preservation (2000)

The Amish continue to intrigue their technology-current neighbors by keeping alive ways and beliefs that many modern Americans regard as irretrievably lost to progress. In this colorful, award-winning documentary, newly revised and augmented, Mennonite historian John L. Ruth takes us sympathetically into the Amish mindset. Appreciative neighbors, a well-known physician, an artist, and respected scholar John A. Hostetler, author of Amish Society, provide insightful commentary on the survival of an alternative to the kind of world we have made. As the Amish increase exponentially in numbers, some migrate toward more open farmland. Those staying in centuries-old communities where the land is too crowded to farm have developed an amazing variety of cottage industries. But all changes are made very carefully, in order not to undermine the spiritual covenant and community.

M.I., a Different Kind of Girl (2012)

A documentary film by Leslie Cunningham Co-Produced by Alana Jones Laine Brown, a spirited and passionate male impersonator born on North Carolina's rural coast, transforms by taping down her breasts, shaving her head, and studying the masculine performances of today's most famous male entertainers- to become the incomparable NATION TYRE, show-stopper and ground-breaker for women in drag. In the new feature documentary film, M.I., A Different Kind of Girl, filmmakers, Leslie Cunningham and Alana Jones enter the world of new millennium drag and pick up the torch ignited by films like Paris is Burning to investigate attitudes in their own LGBT and African-American communities about women in drag. In the process, they uncover powerful ideas about female gender identity and sexuality in not only the mainstream popular culture but also within the marginalized LGBT and African American communities where Nation has made a name for herself. As she pushes the bounds of female gender identity, is there room for Nation, a lone performer, to challenge the constraints at work in the African-American and LGBT community in pursuit of fame and visibility on the world stage? Introducing Laine Brown as Nation Tyre; The House of Tyre of Atlanta, NC's top drag queens, Breyannah Allure and Paris Brooks; and many more. Featuring music and special commentary by Hip Hop's hottest female duo, KIN4LIFE. MALEILLUSIONISTTHEFILM.COM

Enemy at the Dead End (2010)

Since the time, Min-ho (Cheon Ho-Jin) witnessed his lover's death he has attempted suicide numerous times. Now hospitalized, Min-ho is guided by his distorted memories. Sang-eop (Yu Hae-Jin) suffers from a brain disease and is paralyzed. One day he suddenly remembers an instance from the past that he has totally forgotten. Both men reside in the small confines of a hospital ward. They will soon seek to kill the other.

Icons Among Us (2009)

A chronicle of the greatest jazz musicians of today uses archival footage and interviews with 75 jazz artists.

Familias por Igual (2013)

A documentary film about five same-sex families that tell us their experiences and struggle pre and post Marriage Equality law in Argentina. Five stories full of love against a society changing every day.

Barney: Ready, Set, Play (2004)

From their heads to their toes, Barney keeps kids moving as he shares the importance of activity and exercise for healthy growth. Whether walking, crawling, running or skipping, Barney's friends are getting in shape. And playing games adds to the fun of feeling fit! Feel hungry after exercising? Then munch on some crispy, crunchy food from Barney's healthy snack bar. Let the fun and games begin!

Feeding the Brain (2010)

The documentary film, 'Feeding the Brain', explores the urgent need to find treatments for mental illness that do more than merely mask symptoms. This film tells a story of the struggles that many face in an effort to treat their mental illness, and presents some of the most promising, albeit less conventional solutions that have been found. Mental illness survivors, researchers and healthcare practitioners tell their compelling stories and share the hope of a new paradigm in treating mental illness. As the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates once said, 'Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food'.

Canyon Hawks (1930)

(1930, Big 4) Yakima Canutt, Wally Wales, Buzz Barton, Rene Borden. This is the only time Yak ever played a lead hero in a talkie B western. Yak aids some sheep-herders who are battling outlaws. Once thought lost, this film was mastered from a 16mm print, which--years ago--was professionally edited to about 40 minutes.

Counter-Espionage (1942)

America’s entry into World War II affected almost everybody, including retired jewel thief Michael Lanyard, aka The Lone Wolf! After numerous light-hearted adventures, this thrilling entry dials down the comedy somewhat as Lanyard – along with his faithful valet, Jamison - finds himself in bomb-ravaged London, having to track down Nazi agents as well clear himself for yet another crime he didn’t commit. The incomparable Warren William and Eric Blore are as delightful as ever, while the dumb cop roles are taken over by Thurston Hall and Fred Kelsey. Also on hand are Hillary Brooke, Forrest Tucker, Billy Bevan and a young Lloyd Bridges, all under the sturdy direction of the renowned Edward Dmytryk (The Caine Mutiny). Newly remastered.

Witches in Stitches (1997)

Witches In Stitches is an animated series that first aired in 1997. The film involves a group of very fun loving witches who seem to always get into trouble. The witches’ first round of trouble involves having them turn their sister into a pumpkin by accident. Things just get worse from there. The witches have to get their sister back before she fall prey to children, and the witches also go trick-or-treating. They also fly around a small town, and terrorize it in the process. Witches In Stitches is a thirty minute long short, and features Miki Mathioudakis, Will Gould, and Vonda Fuhrman.

Toto: 35th Anniversary Tour Live in Poland (2014)

This spectacular live concert sees Toto celebrating their 35th Anniversary at the Atlas Arena in Lodz, Poland during their 2013 World Tour. The show epitomises the combination of craft, heart and drive that has been Toto's trademark throughout their career in a set packed with hits and classic album tracks. The individual band members have played on many of the best known and most successful records in history but when they come together as Toto they create music that is uniquely special. This is Toto at their very best.

Kevin Nealon: Whelmed, But Not Overly (2012)

In "Whelmed...But Not Overly," Nealon delivers the laughs in his jazzy cool style. He's like a big kid as he delights in stories of messing with celebrities, embarrassing moments, and the fear that people won't get the joke... you know, what with the economy and everything.

An Ordinary Family (2012)

A family reunion turns awkward when an estranged member unexpectedly arrives with his boyfriend.

Your Life in 65 (2006)

Francisco, Ignacio, and Dani are three best friends who have been together for the better part of all their lives. They rarely engage in any social activities unless the others are present. They spend their weekends going to the beach and trying to meet as many attractive females as they can get their hands on. After meeting for a Sunday swim and meal, the three friends read in an obituary that their friend from school has passed away. While attending the funeral they notice that it is not their friend, and it is someone else who has passed. While there, they meet three young ladies who have some plans for the three men.

Moi, Van Gogh (2009)

Van Gogh: Brush with Genius is a biographical documentary about the life of the famous dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh. The movie explores the people and places that inspired his paintings. It uses his letters to recreate Van Gogh's life and gives a portrait of a man destined to influence art for years to come.

Historias del desencanto (2006)

In a limbo between centuries, the world is devastated by a spell known as Disenchantment. In this fantastic context, three characters meet in the labyrinth of their dreams: Diego, who tries to make a movie about the dreams of Ximena, an adolescent experiencing her first sexual awakening, and Ainda, a bat-winged conceptual artist. Ximena is secretly in love with Diego and, in order to help him in his bizarre film project, leads him to Ainda with whom the naíve filmmaker falls madly in love. Ainda is attracted by the purity of the young people and seduces them both, which leads to a magical moment in the lives of all three.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1913)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a 1913 horror film, directed by Herbert Brenon and Carl Laemmle, written by Brenon and produced by Laemmle. The picture is based on the Robert Louis Stevenson story The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and stars King Baggot in the dual role of Jekyll and Hyde. The film was re-released in the US in August 1927.

Under Texas Skies (1940)

Under Texas Skies is a 1940 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by George Sherman and produced and released by Republic Pictures.

Young Fury (1965)

Young Fury is a 1965 American Western film directed by Christian Nyby and written by Steve Fisher. The film stars Rory Calhoun, Virginia Mayo, William Bendix, Lon Chaney Jr., Richard Arlen and John Agar. The film was released in February 1965, by Paramount Pictures.

The Young In Heart (1938)

The Carleton family will do anything for money... except work. Taken in by a rich, lonely old lady, George-Anne Carleton (Janet Gaynor), the savvy and cynical baby of the family, hatches the perfect plan: pretending to be decent hardworking people in the hopes that old lady will rewrite her will in their favor!

Murder by the Book (1986)

A popular detective novelist consults his fictional alter ego when faced with a young woman's kidnapping.

Riders of the Black Hills (1938)

Riders of the Black Hills is a 1938 American Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movie directed by George Sherman.

Black Spurs (1965)

Black Spurs is a 1965 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Steve Fisher. The film stars Rory Calhoun, Linda Darnell (in her final film role), Terry Moore, Scott Brady, Lon Chaney Jr., Richard Arlen and Bruce Cabot. The film was released on June 25, 1965, by Paramount Pictures.

Sins of the Father (1985)

A beautiful, young lawyer goes to work for a prestigious law firm and becomes involved with the philandering senior partner and his idealistic son.

Dealers Among Dealers (1995)

Filmmaker Gaylen Ross captures the tension and excitement of gem trading in New York City.

Bad Building (2015)

Enter if you dare. With a history of murders, madness, and destruction, not even squatters dare enter the notorious Desmond building. Now Johnny Craig, host of reality TV show “America’s Most Haunted,” is going inside for a prime-time special.

Hot Cars (1956)

Hot Cars is a 1956 American crime film directed by Don McDougall and written by Don Martin and Richard H. Landau. The film stars John Bromfield, Carol Shannon, Joi Lansing, Ralph Clanton, Mark Dana, Charles Keane and George Sawaya. It was released on November 2, 1956, by United Artists.

Sleeping Car To Trieste (1948)

Sleeping Car to Trieste is a 1948 is a British film directed by John Paddy Carstairs. The film is a remake of the 1932 film Rome Express, with essentially the same characters and many of the same actors.

City Slacker (2012)

Desperately wanting a baby, a career woman (Fiona Gillies) finds a man (Geoffrey Streatfield) who's willing to be a stay-at-home dad.

Carson City Cyclone (1943)

Carson City Cyclone is a 1943 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Norman S. Hall and Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Lynn Merrick, Noah Beery, Sr., Bryant Washburn, Emmett Lynn and Stuart Hamblen. The film was released on March 3, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Coral Reefs (1939)

Coral Reefs (French title: Le Récif de corail) is a 1938 French language motion picture adventure drama directed by Maurice Gleize. The screenplay was written by Charles Spaak, based on novel by Jean Martet. The film stars Jean Gabin, Michèle Morgan, Pierre Renoir and Gina Manès. It tells the story of a charged innocent Mexican sailor who escapes to a lagoon in the Pacific Ocean. He meets with a lonely girl in the woods, having an affair. However his current gunrunning operation is noticed by an earnest detective.

Five Cent (2003)

The Five Cent War is a documentary that was released in 2003. The film details a group of Canadian children were subjected to the egregious raise in chocolate prices from five cents a bar to eight. This led to the children fighting against the chocolate manufacturers. The children demanded that chocolate be reduced back to its old price of five cents. Children boycotted chocolate, and also engaged in letter writing campaigns. The documentary also details more extreme acts such as vandalism, and children holding raids on candy factories.

Five Golden Dragons (1967)

Five Golden Dragons is a 1967 British/German international co-production comedy action film set in Hong Kong and photographed in Techniscope on location in September 1966 at the Tiger Balm Pagoda and Shaw Brothers studios. It was directed by Jeremy Summers and starred Bob Cummings in his final feature film, Margaret Lee who sings two songs in the film, Rupert Davies and a cast of "guest stars". The film was produced and written by Harry Alan Towers and features his wife Maria Rohm as the leading lady. The film features a minor connection to Edgar Wallace's short stories by using his Commissioner Sanders as an officer in the Royal Hong Kong Police with Towers using Wallace's name to attract funds from international film investors.

10th Ave Kid (1937)

Tenth Avenue Kid is a 1938 American crime film directed by Bernard Vorhaus and written by Gordon Kahn and Adele Buffington. The film stars Bruce Cabot, Beverly Roberts, Ben Welden, Horace McMahon, John Wray and Jay Novello. The film was released on August 22, 1938, by Republic Pictures.

Jug Face (2013)

Jug Face is a 2013 American horror film written and directed by Chad Crawford Kinkle and starring Sean Bridgers, Lauren Ashley Carter, Larry Fessenden, Sean Young and Daniel Manche. The story follows a teen (Carter), who is pregnant with her brother's child and tries to escape from a backwoods community, only to discover that she must sacrifice herself to a creature in a pit.

The Wedding Party (1969)

The Wedding Party is a 1969 American film farce created as a joint effort by Sarah Lawrence theatre professor Wilford Leach and two of his students, protégé Brian De Palma and Cynthia Monroe, who bankrolled the project. Leach went on to a successful career as a Tony Award-winning theatre director, while De Palma continued as an auteur of films frequently emulating the themes and techniques of Alfred Hitchcock. The film focuses on a soon-to-be groom and his interactions with various relatives of his fiancée and members of the wedding party prior to the ceremony on the family's estate on Shelter Island. The film was made in 1963 but not released until six years later, after one of its supporting players, Robert De Niro, had begun to draw notice for his work in off-Broadway theatre and De Palma's 1968 release Greetings. Also in the cast were Jennifer Salt and William Finley, both of whom were De Palma regulars, and fellow Sarah Lawrence student Jill Clayburgh as the bride-to-be. The film is now available on DVD.

High Hell (1958)

High Hell is a 1958 American film set in the Canadian Rockies. It was a British B-movie intended for North American audiences, with exteriors filmed in the Swiss Jungfrau and interiors on a British sound stage.

Vampira (1998)

In this spoof of the Transylvanian legend, David Niven stars as Count Dracula, who sinks his fangs into a bevy of Playboy Bunnies in order to find the right blood type to resurrect his dear-departed wife.

The Big Boodle (1957)

The Big Boodle is a 1957 American crime film directed by Richard Wilson, and starring Errol Flynn, Pedro Armendáriz, Rossana Rory, and Gia Scala, set in Cuba. The movie was also known as Night in Havana.

The Law Rides Again (1943)

The Law Rides Again is a 1943 American Western film, directed by Alan James and starring Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson.

Dr. Kildare's Strange Case (1940)

Dr. Kildare's Strange Case is a 1940 American film directed by Harold S. Bucquet. This was the fifth of a total of ten Dr. Kildare pictures. Horace MacMahon joined the cast regulars in the series as taxi driver "Foghorn" Murphy.

Mr. Smith Goes to Tokyo (2009)

When Tomoko finds some messages for a 'Mr Smith' on a lost mobile phone, she finds herself on an 'Alice in Wonderland' journey through Tokyo's boulevards and back alleys. From the tyranny of symmetry in soaring office blocks - to buildings that look like space-ships, this creative documentary shows us the city's soul.

Under California Stars (1948)

Under California Stars is a 1948 American Western film directed by William Witney and starring Roy Rogers, Jane Frazee and Andy Devine. The film was shot in Trucolor. After returning from Hollywood after his tenth anniversary in films to his ranch, Rogers tackles a gang who kidnap his horse Trigger and hold it to ransom.

War Paint (1953)

War Paint is a 1953 Western film directed by Lesley Selander, starring Robert Stack and Joan Taylor. A U.S. Cavalry lieutenant is assigned to deliver a peace treaty to a powerful Indian chief, but two Indians have vowed to kill the officer before he completes his mission. The film was shot in Pathecolor and filmed on location in Death Valley.

Starship: Apocalypse (2014)

Starship: Apocalypse is a 2014 action, Science fiction film directed by Neil Johnson and the sequel to Starship: Rising. The film was generally poorly received.

The Sea Wolf (1997)

The Ghost's brutal Capt. Wolf Larsen tries to alter the nature of an educated idealist he rescued at sea.

Point and Line (1958)

A detective investigates a couple's mysterious deaths.

The Fabulous Baron Munchausen (1962)

In The Fabulous Baron Munchausen, Karel Zeman conjures the adventures of the legendary, boastful baron, whose whirlwind exploits take him from the moon to eighteenth-century Turkey to the belly of a whale and beyond. A kaleidoscopic marvel that blends live action with techniques including stop-motion, cutout collage, puppetry, painted backdrops, and antique tinting, Zeman’s film is an exhilarating visual delight and a warmhearted whirl through a bygone age too entrancing to have existed.

Trouble Makers (1949)

Trouble Makers is a 1948 comedy film starring The Bowery Boys. The film was released in 1948 by Monogram Pictures, although the exact release date is uncertain, although two possible released dates are mentioned in different books, December 10, 1948 and December 26, 1948. It is the twelfth film in the series.

Boy Friend (1939)

Boy Friend is a 1939 American comedy film directed by James Tinling and written by Joseph Hoffman and Barry Trivers. The film stars Jane Withers, Arleen Whelan, George Ernest, Richard Bond, Douglas Fowley and Warren Hymer. The film was released on May 19, 1939, by 20th Century Fox.

Inside Outside (2005)

Osama Qashoo examines the plight of families in exile.

The Lion Who Thought He Was People (1971)

Two people try to return a London zoo lion to its native environment.

The Great Museum (2014)

Featuring unprecedented access to an influential and multi-faceted institution, The Great Museum reveals the inner-workings of Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum, one of the most important art institutions in the world.

The Wonders of Aladdin (1961)

The Wonders of Aladdin (Italian: Le meraviglie di Aladino) is a 1961 Italian-French-American fantasy film co-directed by Mario Bava and Henry Levin and presented by Joseph E. Levine for MGM. The film stars Donald O'Connor as the title character. At this time, O'Connor was reaching the decline of his career after many years of fame.

Delusion (1991)

Delusion is a 1991 American film noir directed by Carl Colpaert.

Macadam tribu (1996)

Macadam Tribu is a 1996 comedy-drama produced by José Zeka Laplaine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The film was selected as the Democratic Republic of the Congo's entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 70th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Sojourn (2014)

Aedh, a lonely soul, yearns for love, peace and enlightenment.

Ring Around The Rosie (2006)

Ring Around the Rosie is a supernatural thriller about a woman (Gina Philips, Jeepers Creepers) who travels to the family estate and finds herself condemned to a house with buried secrets from the past terrorizing and haunting her present. When Karen Baldwin's ailing grandmother makes a final request -- for Karen to clean out the family's mountain estate and liquidate its assets, which she would be allowed to keep -- she and her boyfriend, Jeff, drive out to the family's old, sprawling run-down mansion where Karen quickly meets Pierce (Tom Sizemore, Heat, Black Hawk Down) who takes care of the horses in the stables - he's dark, mysterious, strong and commanding.

Beezy Bear (1955)

Donald and the park ranger have words over the fact that Donald feels a bear is stealing his honey but cannot identify him. The bear, Humphrey, keeps trying to steal the honey but the bees outsmart him. When Donald finds him trying to siphon honey out of the hose, he fills the hose with water and Donald, Humphrey and the ranger all wind up being splattered into the water pond. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Tomahawk (1951)

Tomahawk is a 1951 Technicolor Western film directed by George Sherman starring Van Heflin and Yvonne De Carlo. The film is loosely based on events that took place in Wyoming in 1866-8 around Fort Phil Kearny on the Bozeman Trail. In the UK the film was released as The Battle of Powder River.

Up a Tree (1955)

Up a Tree is a 1955 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film stars Donald Duck and Chip 'n' Dale, with Donald trying to top a tree in which Chip and Dale are living. It was directed by Jack Hannah and features original music by Oliver Wallace.

Buckaroo Sheriff of Texas (1951)

Buckaroo Sheriff of Texas is a 1951 American western film directed by Philip Ford and starring Michael Chapin, Eilene Janssen, and James Bell. The film's sets were designed by art director Frank Arrigo.

The Valley of Light (2007)

A World War II veteran (Chris Klein) returns home and befriends a young widow (Gretchen Mol) and a mute boy (Zach Mills).

The Phoenix and the Magic Carpet (1995)

Three children discover a mysterious egg that hatches a phoenix, which takes them to a fantasy world.

Apousies (1987)

Filmmaker Carole Laganière explores the various forms of absence and its impact on people's lives.

A Stranger (2013)

A Stranger is a 2013 Croatian drama film directed by Bobo Jelčić.

Häxan (1922)

Häxan (Danish title: Heksen; Swedish title: Häxan; English title: The Witches or Witchcraft Through the Ages) is a 1922 Swedish-Danish documentary-style silent horror film written and directed by Benjamin Christensen. Based partly on Christensen's study of the Malleus Maleficarum, a 15th-century German guide for inquisitors, Häxan is a study of how superstition and the misunderstanding of diseases and mental illness could lead to the hysteria of the witch-hunts. The film was made as a documentary but contains dramatised sequences that are comparable to horror films. With Christensen's meticulous recreation of medieval scenes and the lengthy production period, the film was the most expensive Scandinavian silent film ever made, costing nearly two million Swedish kronor. Although it won acclaim in Denmark and Sweden, the film was banned in the United States and heavily censored in other countries for what were considered at that time graphic depictions of torture, nudity, and sexual perversion. It is now considered to be Christensen's finest work.

The Chef, The Actor, The Scoundrel (2013)

The Chef, the Actor, the Scoundrel is a 2013 Chinese comedy film directed by Guan Hu, starring Liu Ye, Zhang Hanyu and Huang Bo. The film is meant to be "mass entertainment", in the words of Guan, who also co-wrote the screenplay. The film is set in 1942, during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Much of the plot revolves around the fates of two Japanese scientists who are captured in Beiping (Beijing) by the three title characters, who have trouble deciding what to do with them.

Wedding in Bessarabia (2010)

Wedding in Bessarabia (Romanian: Nuntă în Basarabia) is a comedy made in 2009 by director Napoleon Helmis. It is a co-production that includes Romania, Moldova, and Luxembourg.

Basketball Girlfriend (2014)

Tyrone (Ernest Dancy) feels pressured to perform on the basketball court and return to hustling drugs. When Tyrone's coach introduces him to Carmen, his life changes as he falls in love.

Strop (1971)

The inner life of a fashion model is exposed.

Looking For An Echo (2000)

Looking for an Echo is 2000 independent drama film.

How to Swim (1942)

This is the Disney cartoon. For the Glasgow orchestral rock band see How to Swim (band) How to Swim is a cartoon made by Walt Disney Productions in 1942.

Spanglish Girls (2012)

A woman throws her husband out for cheating and discovers she is pregnant. Instead of telling him, she lets her old girlfriend, a closeted lesbian, move in and trouble soon starts.

Blue & Malone, detectives imaginarios (2013)

A little girl hires imaginary detectives to find out why her brother won't play with her.

Barnie et ses petites contrariétés (2001)

After finding out about each other, a married man's (Fabrice Luchini) male and female (Marie Gillain) lovers pose as a couple and visit him at home.

Canyon Crossroads (1955)

Canyon Crossroads is a 1955 American Western film directed by Alfred L. Werker and stars Richard Basehart, Phyllis Kirk and Stephen Elliott.

the box (2004)

An elderly inventor constructs a mysterious traveling box that absorbs memories, yet slowly grows weaker as its creator succumbs to the devastating effects of old age.

MOTH (Man of the House) (2014)

A 9-year-old boy tries to take care of his sick mother in a chaotic world.

Desperate Cargo (1941)

Desperate Cargo is a 1941 American film directed by William Beaudine and based on the 1937 Argosy magazine serial Loot Below by Eustace Lane Adams. The film stars Ralph Byrd and Carol Hughes. The supporting cast includes Julie Duncan and Jack Mulhall.

Zombie Boy (2015)

A green serum turns a man into a beer-chugging zombie.

Kidnap (2008)

A stylized, high-octane emotional thriller about a power struggle between a young boy and the father of the girl he loves. The men have an old score to settle and will go to any length to oust each other, even if one of them must get kidnapped.

Death Game (2002)

A young basketball player faces violence and corruption as he prepares to turn professional.

Salmon Confidential (2013)

Biologist Alexandra Morton discovers a government cover-up of a disease killing salmon.

Night Hunter (1996)

Don "The Dragon" Wilson hunts down vampires, including sexy Maria Ford. Vampire Hunter Jack Cutter (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) is a man of peace who wished to lead a quiet life of serenity and meditation. But he can't do so until he fulfills his blood destiny and kills the last vampires on Earth. Leaving a swath of vampire corpses behind him, Jack finds the law hot on his trail. Can he stop the undead assault before the police catch him and the vampires breed out of control?

PerfectMatch (2012)

Two people looking for love meet on a popular online dating site.

The Thundering Trail (1951)

The Thundering Trail is a 1951 American film produced and directed by Ron Ormond starring Lash LaRue and Al "Fuzzy" St. John. It was the ninth of LaRue's films for Ormond's Western Adventures Productions Inc. The film was the third to be released by Howco, Ron Ormond's new film company composed of Ormond and drive-in movie owners Joy N. Houck and J. Francis White, and Ormond's second film as director. The screenplay is co-written by Ormond's wife June Carr and Associate Producer Ira S. Webb. The film features a large amount of footage from previous Ormond LaRue Westerns.

Lydia (1941)

Lydia is a 1941 drama film, directed by Julien Duvivier. It stars Merle Oberon as Lydia MacMillan, a woman whose life is seen from her spoiled, immature youth through bitter and resentful middle years, until at last she is old and accepting. It is a remake of Duvivier's Un carnet de bal (1937), which starred Marie Bell as the leading character.

Die Präsenz (2014)

When three friends who are hoping to get proof of paranormal activity break into an abandoned castle that is a rumored hot spot, they find an evil presence of terror and madness.

Escape from Darwin (2008)

A psychopath murders a getaway driver and takes the man's bag of stolen cash.

Clarity (2014)

With little time left, a mother embarks on a search to save her daughter's life, but ends up putting all their lives in jeopardy in a game of reverse Russian Roulette.

Circuit Breaker (1996)

Inhumanoid is a 1996 American film. It was part of the Roger Corman Presents series on Showtime.

Petticoat Politics (1941)

Petticoat Politics is a 1941 film, the ninth and final of Republic's Higgins Family series.