Flash Gordon: Trip to Mars (1938)
After a deadly ray from Mars disrupts the earth's atmosphere, scientists Flash Gordon (Buster Crabbe) and Dr. Zarkov (Frank Shannon) take a rocket ship to Mars along with Dale Arden (Jean Rogers) -- and a stowaway reporter. In the Valley of Desolation, Flash and his friends are confronted by evil Emperor Ming (Charles Middleton) as they seek to destroy the deadly ray. The group is pursued to a cave, where they discover the long-suffering native Clay People, who help them in their quest.
The Spell (1977)
A distraught mother must cope with her embittered daughter who has the ability to cause "accidents" to happen.
The MC: Why We Do It (2005)
Jay-Z, MC Lyte, 50 Cent and other top rap artists discuss their music, their inspiration, and fame from their unique point of view.
Twists Of Terror (1997)
In three stories, people's everyday lives are turned upside down. Joe (Carl Marotte) and Amy (Jennifer Rubin) are on a date when they get into a car crash. They flag down Darien (Christopher Heyerdahl), whose promise of help turns out to be empty. Later, Crenshaw (Nick Mancuso) gets bitten by a dog, and his trip to a clinic turns into a cat-and-mouse game with a mysterious nurse (Jayne Heitmeyer). Finally, Cindy (Francoise Robertson) goes on a date with Barry (Andrew Jackson) that turns deadly.
Filmmaker Kristi Jacobson profiles her grandfather, Bernard "Toots" Shor, arguably New York City's premier restaurateur/saloonkeeper in the 1940s and 50s. Arriving in New York from South Philadelphia at the age of 18, Toots began as a speakeasy bouncer, but had his own place by 1940. Toots named his establishment after himself, and his patrons included writers, actors, athletes, politicians and mobsters. Frank Gifford, Joe Garagiola, Gay Talese and others share memories of the man and his bar.
A man from the Republic of Georgia survives World War II and transforms a small coastal town in California with his passion for art, music and living.
Fyra veckor i juni (2005)
Sentenced to a work-release program for attacking her boyfriend, Sandra must toil in a remote Swedish factory, where she meets and bonds with an old Jewish lady until she uncovers World War II love letters of the woman's that may end their relationship.
Dixie Lanes (1988)
A post-World War II black marketeer (Karen Black) hides her nephew from his father's (Hoyt Axton) family curse of bad luck.
A 20th-century professor (Urbano Barberini) and a desert beauty (Rebecca Ferratti) fight a high priest (Oliver Reed) in a never-never land.
The Pristine Coast (2014)
Filmmaker Scott Renyard links the crash of fish species on the Canadian coast to diseases from fish farms.
The Day After Peace (2008)
A man attempts to create a global peace day.
We Came Home (2013)
Afghan-American musician Ariana Delawari spends 10 years documenting her father's homeland.
The Devil on Horseback (1936)
A man (Del Campo) woos a woman (Lili Damita) through songs.
The Kid from Texas (1950)
Rancher Jameson (Shepperd Strudwick) takes a shine to outlaw Billy the Kid (Audie Murphy) and gives him a job as a hired hand. But trouble follows Billy everywhere, and, when thugs working for a rival rancher kill Jameson in an ambush, the young gunslinger decides to take out every man responsible for his boss's death. Over the next two years, Billy guns down the culprits one by one, always staying just out of the law's reach -- until Sheriff Pat Garrett (Frank Wilcox) catches up with him.
Pulling Strings (2013)
Rachel, a diplomatic consul, passes out on a street in Mexico City after a night of drinking. She is rescued by Alejandro, a single father whose visa she rejected the day before, and sparks fly between the two.
Rockabilly Baby (1957)
A fan dancer (Virginia Field) and her teens start over in a new town with water polo, clubs and romance.
The Nameless (1999)
Claudia (Emma Vilarasau) and Marc (Brendan Price) are horrified and heartbroken when their young daughter's body is found mutilated. Several years later, Claudia gets a call from a young woman who could be her child. Claudia then launches an investigation involving a detective, Massera (Karra Elejalde), and a reporter, Quiroga (Tristn Ulloa). Their target -- a satanic cult, which may be holding and torturing the girl, and whose members could subject all involved in the case to dire fates.
El Perro Malagradecido (2003)
Childhood friends become enemies after one turns to drug trafficking.
Man from Cheyenne (1942)
A government agent (Roy Rogers) stops Wyoming rustlers led by a big-city vixen.
Julio and His Angel (1996)
A young boy escapes from the slavery of an orphanage and receives help from a guardian angel.
Souls of Sin (1949)
A young actress leaves her home in the South for the bright lights of Harlem.
Local farmer Theo (Josef Bierbichler) is a man struggling to keep his family happy and fed. One day he heads out with a horse in a trailer hitched to the back of his car. Also in the trailer, hiding, is his young daughter who stowed away without permission. On a slippery road, things are about to change. A chain reaction has begun, a door has been opened, and the hand of fate has entered the game as an invisible player.
A Sixth Part of the World (2015)
Filmmaker Dziga Vertov's ode to the diversity of the Soviet Union, from the far east to Western Europe.
Women Won't Tell (1933)
After the death of a wealthy industrialist, a homeless woman living at the city dump files a claim for his estate for her daughter, the rightful heir.
The Eleventh Year (1928)
An interesting commemoration of the 11th anniversary of the revolution.
Chafed Elbows (1966)
A man on welfare marries his mother.
8 Ball Bunny (1950)
Bugs Bunny (Mel Blanc) tries to help a penguin get home.
Operation: Rabbit (1952)
Wile E. Coyote sets up a contraption to capture Bugs Bunny (Mel Blanc).
Where's Jack? (1969)
Jack Sheppard (Tommy Steele) becomes a folk-hero highwayman opposite Jonathan Wild (Stanley Baker) in 18th-century London.
Wild beasts - Belve feroci (1984)
Animals at a zoo turn into vicious killers after drinking contaminated water.
80 Blocks from Tiffany's (1979)
The daily life of gangs in the south Bronx in 1979.
Exorcist Master (1992)
Several contests take place between a Taoist priest and his Roman Catholic rival for the souls of Chinese villagers.
End of Summer (1997)
An aristocrat (Jacqueline Bisset) resists an old love's (Peter Weller) overtures while caring for her ailing father one summer.
The Nun and the Sergeant (1962)
A Marine (Robert Webber) leads misfits on a mission in Korea with a nun (Anna Sten) and Asian schoolgirls for company.
Sliding Home (1997)
A disgraced baseball player faces his past and the disappointment of his father after returning to his hometown.
The Boy Who Saved Christmas (1998)
A boy must stop Santa's evil twin, Atnas, from reversing Christmas.
Tomboy twins (Leigh Harris) go questing for revenge around angry gods, zombies and monkey men.
By the Lake (1970)
Two people fall in love as they shoulder the responsibility of saving Lake Baikal.
Gloria Victoria (2013)
The visual connections between art and war.
Mandela and de Klerk (1997)
On June 12, 1964, political activist Nelson Mandela (Sidney Poitier) is sentenced to life in prison for treason against the South African state. During the years of his incarceration at Robben Island, Mandela rises to become the symbolic leader of black South Africa. Meanwhile, Mandela's one-time ideological foil, South Africa's white president, F.W. de Klerk (Michael Caine), puts into place reforms that bring an end to his country's decades-old policy of racial segregation: apartheid.
Boys grow into men, but their carefree frolicking becomes tinged with bitterness.
The Winning Ticket (1935)
When a man wins the Irish Sweepstakes, he realizes that he cannot claim the prize until he locates his ticket.
Gaslight Follies (1945)
A compilation of silent films features Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and the Keystone Kops.
A mild-mannered tailor -- and secret cannibal -- falls in love with his latest prospective victim.
This animated tale follows two young children as they are drawn into a magical world of faeries. While the kids are in awe of their enchanted surroundings, they are distressed to find out that they can't go back home until they complete certain challenges set out for them by the land's prince (Dougray Scott). Luckily, for the children, the lovely Brigid (Kate Winslet) is on hand to help out, but the trio faces trouble when the scheming Shapeshifter (Jeremy Irons) appears to thwart their efforts.
Heer Ranjha (1992)
A man (Anil Kapoor) and a woman (Sridevi) fall in love, but their families try to keep them apart.
The Theory of Everything (2006)
A man (David de Vos) searches for his biological father (Victor Lundin), a physicist who tries to prove the existence of God.
South Is Nothing (2013)
A family attempts to cope with a son's loss and the impact his death has had on his sister.
Third Party Risk (1955)
An American tourist (Lloyd Bridges) becomes involved in espionage when he tries to help a war buddy in Spain.
Kiss Daddy Goodbye (1981)
After bikers kill their father, psychic twins reanimate his corpse and use it as an instrument of revenge.
The Lucky Plan (2012)
A woman (Petra Schmidt-Schaller) desperately wants to have a baby, but her husband (Sebastian Ströbel) is less than enthusiastic.
A man experiences paranormal activities at his house after the death of a girl who he tried to save. Soon after, he realizes that the spirit is actually trying to help him find the girl's murderers.
Bad Georgia Road (1977)
A New York socialite (Carol Lynley) inherits her uncle's moonshine operation and fights mobsters to keep it.
The Garden of Eden (1998)
A story based on the life of Christ proceeds from his childhood to his encounters with his Apostles.
Enter Madame (1922)
A U.S. millionaire (Cary Grant) marries an Italian opera singer (Elissa Landi) and soon finds her career comes first.
A Night Out (1915)
Charlie and Ben cause a ruckus in a fancy restaurant.
Caselli 66: Ride the Dream (2014)
The life and career of racer Kurt Caselli.
Anonymous: A Million Men (2015)
Filmmaker Patrick Ireland gets to the core of Anonymous.
Les Miserables (1995)
In this inventive interpretation of Victor Hugo's oft-adapted tale, Henri Fortin (Jean-Paul Belmondo) is a man caught up in the turmoil of World War II. Charged with caring for a young Jewish girl named Elisa Ziman (Alessandra Martines), Henri later joins the French Resistance. As the story progresses, his life seems to parallel that of Hugo's hero, Jean Valjean, particularly when a police officer and former Nazi collaborator (Philippe Khorsand) sets his sights on Henri.
John Travolto: The Face with Two Left Feet (1979)
A nerdy hotel cook poses as a Hollywood star to get his friends into a nightclub. They enter a dance contest and steal the competition out from under their rude competitors.
Jiggs and Maggie Out West (1950)
Jiggs becomes the mayor of a small town after he and Maggie decide to travel west to claim an inherited gold mine.
Romeo and Juliet Get Married (2005)
Julieta is the daughter of Alfredo, a fanatic follower of the Palmeiras soccer team. When Julieta meets Romeu, the head of a fan club for the Corinthians, they fall in love. Romeu pretends to support the Palmeiras to win approval from Alfredo, but it might lead to disaster.
Dean, Richard and Sunshine suffer from suicidal thoughts and discover their past traumas are all connected.
Dil Ki Chori (2005)
A romance film directed by Prabhu featuring Arjun and Sonali Bendre.
Robert et Robert (1978)
Two same-name Frenchmen (Charles Denner, Jacques Villeret) try computer dating and become lonely-guy buddies.
Karmic Mahjong (2006)
An auto detailer (Francis Ng) gets mixed up with gangsters and a ring of car smugglers.
Seven Swords (2005)
Seven exceptional swordsmen (Donnie Yen, Leon Lai) band together to save villagers from bounty hunters.
A terrible incident mars a lawman's (Vinod Khanna) relationship with his friend (Sunil Shetty).
The Man of the Forest (1941)
An unlikely romance ensues when a snowstorm brings together a backwoods lumberjack and a Stockholm heiress.
A small southern enterprise (2013)
Don Costantino leaves the priesthood and moves into a lighthouse to avoid causing a scandal.
The Master Blackmailer (1992)
Sherlock Holmes (Jeremy Brett) and Dr. Watson (Edward Hardwicke) search for a ruthless blackmailer in London.
Hoosier Schoolboy (1937)
In the town of Ainsley, Ind., troubled schoolboy Shockey (Mickey Rooney) lives on the wrong side of the tracks with his father, Fred Carter (Edward Pawley), a war veteran who has recently started drinking. The arrival of kindly schoolteacher Mary Evans (Anne Nagel) helps lift Shockey and his father out of their hardscrabble existence. But rising tensions between townsfolk and dairy owner John Matthews (William Gould) threaten to derail Fred's rehabilitation.
My Breakfast with Blassie (1983)
In a spoof of "My Dinner With Andre," comic Andy Kaufman meets with former wrestler Fred Blassie to discuss topics like personal hygiene.
Ghar Mein Ram Gali Mein Shyam (1988)
Women of India have accepted men the way they are, but one woman doubts her husband's character.
Heroes in Blue (1939)
One of a watchman's sons is an honest police officer (Dick Purcell), and the other one (Charles Quigley) is not.
2 Turntables and a Microphone: The Life and Death of Jam Master Jay (2008)
Friends and colleagues discuss the legacy of murdered disc jockey Jam Master Jay, who helped propel hip-hop group Run-DMC to mainstream success.
Nurse on Wheels (1963)
A mobile English nurse (Juliet Mills) charms a rich farmer (Ronald Lewis) while tending accident-prone country folk.
One Body Too Many (1944)
Albert L. Tuttle (Jack Haley) is a life insurance salesman with terrible timing. Upon reaching the lavish estate of millionaire Cyrus J. Rutherford, Tuttle is informed by the eerie butler, Murkil (Bela Lugosi), that his prospective client has recently died. In fact, Rutherford's relatives are gathered to hear the reading of his will. Soon, Tuttle is drawn into the strange brood's world of secret tunnels, odd portraits and a vanishing corpse -- all for an alluring niece (Jean Parker).
High School Big Shot (1959)
A teenager (Tom Pittman) turns to a life of crime after a pretty student (Virginia Aldridge) leads to his downfall at school.
Messalina vs. the Son of Hercules (1964)
Glaucus (Richard Harrison) is a British warrior descended from Hercules, and he's discovered during battle by Roman emperor Caligula (Charles Borromel). Impressed by the warrior's fierce fighting, the emperor takes Glaucus to Rome with him and forces him to become a gladiator. There, Glaucus gets entrenched in a game of political intrigue that involves a plot to assassinate the emperor, manipulated by Caligula's conniving wife, Messalina (Lisa Gastoni).
Two teachers (Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon) share a passion for Latin dancing.
A teenage basketball player (Matt Krentz) befriends a fellow student (Jimmy McKinney) who may be getting involved with an illegal basketball league.
Legends of the Knight (2013)
The power of storytelling to create positive change.
Ruy Blas (1948)
Don Salluste plans revenge against the queen.
Bear Island (2014)
Three brothers travel to a remote island to find the perfect wave.
A man confronts his deepest pain in the Wirikuta desert.
Guns Don't Argue (1957)
The violent careers of notorious criminals Pretty Boy Floyd, Ma Barker and others are reviewed through re-enactments.
Dragon Lives (1978)
A Chinese martial artist (Bruce Li) gets a job as chauffeur on a popular U.S. TV series.
A police inspector takes justice for his wife's murder into his own hands.
Frankenstein's Hungry Dead (2013)
A high-school field trip to a wax museum turns into a fight for survival when reanimated undead monsters hunt the teens down for a demented doctor.
Man Of The Moment (1955)
A file clerk becomes a delegate to a Geneva conference and unknowingly uses veto powers for some political decisions.
Pasaporte a la muerte (1968)
Blue Demon chases a villain who kills scientists to steal their secrets, then he causes artificial earthquakes.
Up the Front (1972)
An English servant does his World War I duty with an enemy tattoo on his behind.
It's That Man Again (1943)
An English politician begs, borrows and eventually steals an alcoholic playwright's latest effort to save a theater.
Red River Valley (1941)
A singing cowboy (Roy Rogers) chases a gambler for robbing a water-project fund.
My Voice (2003)
The story of a young woman who cannot sing.
Four Days (1999)
During a botched bank heist in Montreal, a robber (William Forsythe) is shot, and his teenage son (Kevin Zegers) ends up fleeing with the money. The boy heads to an agreed-upon meeting point, pursued by his dad's partner, Fury (Colm Meaney), who was doubled-crossed in the holdup. Along the way, the boy encounters Chrystal (Lolita Davidovich), a shapely redhead, who pays him special attention to make her husband jealous. A confrontation follows in the woods of northern Quebec.
Found-footage reveals the murder spree committed by two brothers in North Carolina.
Still Orangutans (2007)
Sixteen people live through the hottest day of the year.
Çarsi Pazar (2015)
Kahraman must battle a contractor to protect the hamam his family left him.