Valley of the Fangs (1970)

With her daughter, a woman attempts to free her husband.

The Appointment (1991)

A woman writing anti-god editorials encounters a mysterious visitor with a message from the Lord.

Love in Bloom (1935)

George (George Burns) and Gracie (Gracie Allen) help a songwriter (Joe Morrison) and his carnival girlfriend.

Carry on Teacher (1959)

British students sabotage a school inspection so their popular headmaster (Ted Ray) will have to stay.

The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy (1957)

Mad scientist Dr. Krupp (Luis Aceves Castaeda) is determined to find and seize an ancient Aztec treasure. After discovering the location of a treasure map, he resolves to build a formidable robot to vanquish the mummy warrior protecting the map. Dr. Krupp eventually unleashes his humanoid robot on the mummy, in hopes of getting the map and using the treasure to build an army of killer robots. Only Krupp's colleague, Dr. Almada (Ramn Gay), and his wife (Rosita Arenas) stand in his way.

Murder in the Red Barn (1934)

An English squire (Tod Slaughter) preys on a Victorian farmer's (D.J. Williams) daughter (Sophie Stewart).

Night Will Fall (2014)

Researchers discover a lost documentary made by Alfred Hitchcock and Sidney Bernstein about German concentration camps in 1945.

The Epic of Everest (1924)

Climbers Andrew Irvine and George Mallory die during their ascent of Mount Everest.

Swimming Alone (2003)

An aimless teen (Nicols Mateo) conducts a secret search for his older brother, who left home two years earlier.

Sickos (2014)

Three teenagers appear to have lots of fun in the children's oncology area on the fourth floor of a large hospital.

The Magician (2014)

Horatio, a young magician, falls in love with a circus owner's lover, who has a trick or two up his sleeve.

Gotham (1988)

A New York private eye (Tommy Lee Jones) searches for a socialite (Virginia Madsen) who supposedly drowned 10 years before.

The Music in Me (2015)

After sacrificing her singing career for her family, a woman (Debbie Gibson) gets to relive her dream by becoming a choir director for a local church.

Soho Conspiracy (1950)

The plans to put on a charity concert are nearly wrecked by a lawyer who wants to take over a restaurant.

James Castle: Portrait of an Artist (2008)

Friends and acquaintances talk about the creative process of artist James Castle.

You Can't Steal Love (1974)

Miami beach bums Allan Kuhn (Robert Conrad) and Murph the Surf (Don Stroud) snatch the Star of India sapphire from a New York museum.

The Life, Blood and Rhythm of Randy Castillo (2014)

The life of Randy Castillo, the drummer for Ozzy Osborne, Motley Crue and Lita Ford, told through interviews, concert footage and home movies.

Men with Beards (2013)

Everyday people tell how their lives have been impacted by extraordinary beards.

Macabre (1958)

A maniac attempts to drive a doctor over the edge by announcing that he has buried the physician's daughter alive.

The Country Years (1992)

A 15-year-old (Benot Magimel) who relishes rural life with his grandparents living nearby moves to town with his parents.

Mistaken (2013)

Leo (Anthony Roberts) is mistakenly targeted by the mafia and seeks help from a detective to find out why there is a bounty on his head.

Hijack (2008)

A plane flying to Delhi is commandeered by 6 terrorists who order the release of their accomplice. They threaten to kill the hostages otherwise.

The Witness Files (1999)

An ambitious lawyer uses unscrupulous means, including false witnesses and murder, to win his cases.

Mother (1989)

A young man (Viktor Rakov) and his friends investigate Marxism and socialist thought prior to the Russian Revolution.

My Rebellious Son (1982)

A man keeps testing his father's patience until they unite to battle a corrupt local dignitary and his army of evil outsiders.

This Woman Is Mine (1941)

Three seafaring fur traders fall in love with an attractive stowaway discovered aboard their ship.

Hatchetman (2003)

When co-workers of college-age stripper Claudia are among a serial killer's victims, she and her friends must be wary as they try to expose the perpetrator.

Diamondbacks (1998)

Government agents set out to stop a band of extremists from perpetuating a reign of terror in Montana.

Summer Love (2016)

After going back to school, a widowed suburban mom struggles to adjust when an internship lands her in the fast-paced world of millionaire app designers.

Flight of the Lost Balloon (1960)

A top-hatted Englishman (Marshall Thompson) takes off with his fiancee (Mala Powers) to rescue a colleague from a Hindu (James Lanphier) on the Nile.

Apocalypse (1998)

Two journalists (Toni Carey, Leigh Lewis) investigate the disappearance of millions of people after the Rapture.

The Nameless (2015)

A young woman returns to her family home, the site of an infamous exorcism, and discovers the devil never left.

I Love You, Rosa (1972)

Nissim (Gabi Oterman), at age 11, finds himself inextricably drawn to his deceased brother's widow, Rosa (Michal Bat-Adam). When Nissim discovers that Jewish law requires him to care for her in his brother's absence, he makes his intentions known. Sensing the boy's grief, Rosa allows him to live with her over their families' protests. As years pass, Nissim's boyhood fascination becomes romantic love, even as Rosa becomes involved with Eli (Joseph Shiloach), a more age-appropriate match.

The Lady Pays Off (1952)

A schoolteacher (Linda Darnell) erases an IOU by tutoring a Reno casino owner's (Stephen McNally) daughter (Gigi Perreau).

The Champions (2015)

Fighting dogs rescued from Michael Vick's dog fighting ring change the lives of the people who risked everything to save them.

True Smile (2015)

A blind autistic boy accepts life with a smile.

Kaptara (2013)

The city of Athens has to hand over its children to be sacrificed to a bloodthirsty god. Theseus, the son of the king, volunteers to be sacrificed and plans revenge on the people destroying his city.

Captain Abu Raed (2007)

After an old man tells him fantastic stories, a poor boy realizes his dreams.

ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway (2005)

Filmmaker Dori Berinstein charts the evolution of four Broadway shows from inception to Tony Awards during the 2003-2004 season: "Wicked," "Taboo," "Avenue Q" and "Caroline, or Change." Featured cast members and producers include Idina Menzel, Rosie O'Donnell, Boy George, Alan Cumming and Euan Morton.

Day Break (2005)

A jailed Iranian murderer (Hossein Yari) anxiously awaits his execution by the family of his victim.

Roaring City (1951)

A San Francisco private eye finds himself under suspicion while investigating a prizefighter's murder.

The Boom (1963)

A man (Alberto Sordi) plans to sell one of his eyes to pay his debts and keep his wife happy.

Blondie's Secret (1948)

Stolen luggage and other delays keep the Bumsteads (Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake) from going on vacation.

Dust of War (2013)

In the post-apocalyptic American frontier, a former soldier fights a brutal warmonger to rescue a girl.

Lydia Bailey (1952)

An American lawyer (Dale Robertson) comes to Haiti for a woman's (Anne Francis) signature during a rebellion against Napoleon.

Bluebeard (1972)

A World War I German ace (Richard Burton) tells his seventh bride (Joey Heatherton) why his castle has a room full of frozen ex-wives.

Yeti (2008)

A legendary beast terrorizes members of a college football team after their plane crashes in the snowy Himalayas.

Riders of the Timberline (1941)

Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) foils land-grabbing Easterners out to blow up a timberland dam.

Tillie and Gus (1933)

Husband-and-wife card sharks (W.C. Fields, Alison Skipworth) reunite to save a couple's inheritance with a boat race.

Loot (1972)

This adaptation of Joe Orton's play focuses on a motley bunch of characters crammed inside a small hotel owned by Mr. McLeavy (Milo O'Shea). While the body of McLeavy's wife lies freshly dead in a nearby room, her nurse, Fay (Lee Remick), plots to become the next Mrs. McLeavy. Meanwhile, McLeavy's son and his friend try their best to hide the spoils of a bank heist. As a dim-witted priest and a crooked officer enter the fray, hilarious misplacements, trysts and shocks unfold.

Where Trails End (1942)

A cowboy (Tom Keene) and his sidekick find Nazis in the valley.

Mercuriales (2014)

Two young women working as receptionists strike up a friendship as they wander through housing projects, deserted highways and an industrial wilderness.

The Milky Way (2007)

Hector and Julia have a terrible argument on the phone and break up. Immediately, he leaves to drive across the city to apologize, but he becomes angry when he keeps encountering obstacles.

Woman Against Woman (1938)

After enduring years of domination by his wife, Cynthia (Mary Astor), attorney Stephen Holland (Herbert Marshall) leaves her. However, unwilling to surrender full custody of their young daughter, Ellen (Juanita Quigley), Stephen allows Cynthia to convince him that it's only for a brief period. Not long afterward, Stephen meets, falls in love with and marries Maris Kent (Virginia Bruce). Cynthia then begins a cunning campaign to ruin the marriage, using Stephen's mother and Ellen against him.

The Terror Within (1989)

In a post-apocalyptic world, a small group of scientists, led by Hal (George Kennedy), is living underground after a chemical warfare incident, since dangerous mutants lurk aboveground. When the group rescues Karen (Yvonne Saa), a female survivor, from the surface, she discovers that one of the monsters has impregnated her -- and soon her vicious offspring arrives to terrorize the crew. Meanwhile, another pregnant female survivor is unsure whether the father is man or beast.

Cam Girlz (2015)

Internet sex workers find economic freedom, empowerment, intimacy and creative self-expression from their own homes.

Em (2008)

A young couple (Nathan Wetherington, Stef Willen) start a new life together but secrets from the past threaten their future.

The Devil's Party (1938)

Two policemen, a priest (Paul Kelly) and a gangster (Victor McLaglen) who grew up together meet again in New York's Hell's Kitchen.

Too Outrageous! (1987)

The sequel to the 1977 "Outrageous" finds drag queen Robin (Craig Russell) still living with Liza (Hollis McLaren) and now a rising New York star.

The Unknown Man (1951)

Lawyer Dwight Bradley Masen (Walter Pidgeon) successfully defends Rudi Wallchek (Keefe Brasselle), a small-time thug accused of murdering a 19-year-old locksmith's son. Later, Masen learns that Walchek, a foot soldier in an extortion ring against local storeowners, was indeed guilty of the crime. With District Attorney Joe Bucknor (Barry Sullivan) refusing to retry the case, Masen must go to extraordinary measures to assure that the right man is convicted.

Exorcism at Midnight (1966)

A police inspector (Basil Dignam) and a priest check a witch doctor's (Anthony Ainley) voodoo on a British campus.

Stations of the Cross (2014)

Maria, a devout 14-year-old Roman Catholic, goes through all 14 stations of the cross to become a saint and go to heaven.

Money for Nothing (2013)

The history of music videos from the Beatles to current stars.

Guard Dog (2014)

Perro, a former member of a paramilitary group working as a hit man, is concerned that a government amnesty law passed in 1995 protecting soldiers from prosecution is about to be repealed.

Call of the Forest (1949)

As prospector Bob Brand (Ken Curtis) searches for riches from a lost gold mine, his son Bobby (Charlie Hughes) befriends an American Indian named Stormcloud (Chief Thundercloud). As a reward for Bobby's kindness, Stormcloud provides him with a map to the mine, so he can help his father's search. Greedy Sam Harrison (Robert Lowery) gets wind of the map, however, and attempts to violently upset their plans. After Harrison defeats Bob, Bobby and his stallion, King, must confront the dangerous man.

Canners (2014)

Men and women in New York City collect bottles and cans to make money.

Lucky Stiff (1989)

Brother-and-sister cannibals (Jeff Kober, Donna Dixon) bring a likely candidate (Joe Alaskey) home for a family holiday dinner.

X (1996)

The story takes place in 1999, the Year of Destiny, and the beginning of the end of the world. The future of the universe rests on one young man, Kamui Shiro, who must destroy either the Dragons of Earth or the Dragons of Heaven -- two opposing armies. He alone must decide whether humanity should be destroyed to create a purified universe, or whether it should be protected to preserve civilization.

Dumplings (2004)

The infamous Aunt Mei (Bai Ling), a former gynecologist who performed abortions, makes dumplings with miraculous youth-restoring abilities. Mrs. Li (Miriam Yeung), a former actress desperate to make her womanizing husband (Tony Leung Ka Fai) pay attention to her again, initially refuses to eat them. However, after discovering their potency, she offers to pay Mei any price for more. Things are complicated when Mei is forced to flee the country and the dumplings' power begins to fade.

Teenage Zombies (1960)

A group of teenagers become the unwilling captives of a demented doctor when they go snooping around a remote island.

Heartless (2014)

Leo meets a young woman named Heartless while on vacation in his cousin's fishing village.

We Will Stay in Touch About It (2015)

A man driving through a remote area hits a person and cannot locate the body.

Slice of Death (1979)

After the murders of his fellow monks, a man (David Chiang) seeks vengeance.

Dead Stop (1995)

A journalist investigates gruesome murders after Jack the Ripper resurfaces from the grave.

Home Team (1999)

A compulsive gambler (Steve Guttenberg) is sentenced to perform community service at a group home for abandoned children.

The Great Wall (2014)

An adaptation of a short story by Franz Kafka, this film examines the enclosure and protection of Europe by a complex and growing system of walls, fences and systems of exclusion.

The Voice of the Shadow (2014)

A woman tries to help her ex-lover emerge from a coma by telling him about her daily encounters.

Gossip (1923)

A cynical businessman has trouble with employees until a charming, distant relative shows up to settle a strike.

Oil Crash (2006)

In 1956, geologist Marion King Hubbard proposed the peak oil theory: Once easily extractable oil reserves are depleted, demand will exceed supply and the natural-gas-dependent global economy will eventually collapse. This documentary argues that Hubbard was correct, drawing upon the testimony of a wide range of experts, concluding oil supplies will peak by 2020 and that alternative energy solutions will not be found quickly enough to provide a viable alternative.

Poor Girls (1927)

A woman (Dorothy Revier) raised to believe she was born in a wealthy and well-connected family leaves for New York after discovering the truth.

Chernobyl Heart (2003)

Children born after the Chernobyl disaster are examined for birth defects.

Murder Without Crime (1951)

A British writer's (Derek Farr) fight with his wife (Patricia Plunkett) inspires his landlord (Dennis Price) to try blackmail.

Honeychile (1951)

A music publisher (Eddie Foy Jr.) tries to talk a rural composer (Judy Canova) into selling her already-pirated hit song.

Humlaa (1991)

A schoolteacher discovers that one of his sons has fallen into bad company and has taken to crime to make a living.

Sketches of a Strangler (1978)

A Kansas teacher (Meredith MacRae) poses as her Hollywood-hooker twin to trap a killer art student (Allen Goorwitz).

Wind From the East (1970)

AN executive is kidnapped by striking workers.

Ride in a Pink Car (1974)

A Vietnam veteran (Glenn Corbett) comes home to hostility in the South.

The Curse of Dracula (1958)

Gone to California without a passport, Dracula (Francis Lederer) poses as an artist and moves in with a family.

Carry on Regardless (1963)

The head (Sidney James) of a London service agency puts his staff to tasks like walking a chimp and modeling underwear.

The Architect (2012)

A clash of two sins results in chaos, and a parent's dreams spawn into a cataclysmic nightmare that devastates the entire family.

Down to Their Last Yacht (1934)

Socialites are shipwrecked on the island of Molakamokalu, whose queen (Mary Boland) likes to feed sharks.

Sheffey (1977)

A circuit-riding preacher named Robert Sheffey ministers to Appalachian mountain folk.

Starboard Light (2014)

Family members witness the evaporation of a century of memories when they sell their summer home on Cape Cod.

The Kindergarten Teacher (2014)

A young child's gift for poetry makes him an object of fascination for his kindergarten teacher. Her desire to protect and nurture his talent from a world that bulldozes purity leads her to claim some of his work as her own.

Memory of Us (1974)

A young housewife (Ellen Geer) and mother of two has an uneasy marriage with an unfaithful husband (Jon Cypher).

La Clase (2007)

In a crowded neighborhood of Caracas lives Tita, a young musical promise who dreams of being the first violin in a symphony orchestra. She will have a chance for success, but she must choose between her career and the fate of her country.

Jánosík (1921)

Juraj Janosik becomes the leader of highwaymen, robbing the rich to give to the poor, after a local warlord murders his parents.

Zucco: The Wine of the Son of the King of the French (2014)

Sicily's Duke of Aumale starts producing wine in 1854.

Tommy (2014)

A notorious gangster's wife informs his cronies that he's going to come out of hiding for his share of the loot.

The Bloody Ape (1997)

A ferocious ape goes on a killing and raping rampage.