The Satanic Rites Of Dracula (1973)
Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) seeks the 700-year-old count (Christopher Lee), who is dead and living in London with his vampire bride.
Dog Gone (2003)
After a police dog is killed while helping its partner (Jack Wagner), its spirit possesses the body of a criminal and searches for the killer.
Wild Horse Stampede (1943)
The Trail Blazers (Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson) stop horse rustlers for Indians and a railroad.
In a film about the journey of author Eli Amir, filmmaker Boris Maftsir traces the memories and personal identity of his friend, Eli, and re-encounters his own buried memories, in the process.
Beau Brummell (1954)
Captain George Bryan Brummell (Stewart Granger) is a British soldier who appreciates fine clothing and innovative dress. Although he at first alienates the Prince of Wales (Peter Ustinov) with insulting comments about the prince's uniform designs, he eventually becomes his close confidant. Brummel also falls in love with the beautiful Lady Patricia Belham (Elizabeth Taylor). However, his outspoken manner eventually leads to his being exiled to France.
Killer Bees! (2002)
A sheriff (C. Thomas Howell) tries to save unsuspecting townspeople, including his estranged wife and young daughter, from a deadly swarm.
The Bishop Murder Case (1930)
In this film based on S.S. Van Dine's detective novel, quick-witted private investigator Philo Vance (Basil Rathbone) is in search of a cryptic killer. The body of Joseph Cochrane Robin is discovered pierced by an arrow, with a note that contains a snippet of the nursery rhyme "Who Killed Cock Robin," which is curiously signed "The Bishop." Vance is on the case, but the pressure to uncover the Bishop's identity heats up when more bodies begin to turn up with nursery rhymes attached.
Children of the Princess of Cleves (2011)
Filmmaker Rgis Sauder explores connections between King Henry VIII's court and modern young people.
A young woman (Beverly Michaels) marries a middle-aged man (Hugo Haas), then plots to take his money.
Billi Pig (2011)
Aspiring actress Marivalda, her husband Wanderley, and a false priest end up in the hands of a drug boss when they promise to save his daughter from a coma. A huge cash reward is at stake and all three have to chase the miracle.
Perfect Profile (1989)
A computer program selects a female basketball star as the necessary component to lead a men's team to the championship.
Angels Love Donuts (2010)
A businessman evaluates his life when an angel from heaven visits.
Paris by Night (2012)
Police Cmdr. Simon Weiss (Roschdy Zem) does his nightly rounds of the bars, discos and strip clubs to make sure they do not get out of line.
Once a Gangster (2010)
A successful restaurateur (Jordan Chan) must temporarily replace a mob boss (Alex Fong).
El Mago (1949)
An office worker replaces a fortuneteller, is mistaken for an Egyptian king and decides to keep the charade.
Philip Roth, Without Complexes (2011)
The author speaks about his upbringing, his success, the fallout from "Portnoy's Complaint," and his feelings about aging.
Insurance Investigator (1951)
An undercover man (Richard Denning) finds a double-indemnity racket behind a real-estate man's death.
Born to the Saddle (1953)
A young horse trainer (Chuck Courtney) begins working for a man (Donald Woods) he suspects may be responsible for his father's death.
Dieci Inverni (2009)
A man (Michele Riondino) and a woman (Isabella Ragonese) remain friends for 10 years, but each may want something more.
Business founders and visionaries discuss the startup business scene, the challenges they faced and the drive that helped them make their vision a reality.
Desert Greed (1926)
A deputy (Yakima Canutt) helps a woman (Rose Blossom) collect her wages from a deadbeat boss, then escorts her back to her hometown, where he learns she is being forced to marry a smuggler.
The Realm of Fortune (1986)
Desperate to escape poverty, villager Dionosio Pinzn (Ernesto Gmez Cruz) restores an injured rooster to health. He then starts pitting it in cockfights, where the bird proves to be a fierce competitor. As the money begins rolling in, Dionosio abandons his humble roots and cultivates the trappings of wealth. Along the way he gets on the bad side of gambler Lorenzo Benavides (Alejandro Parodi) after stealing his girlfriend, La Caponera (Blanca Guerra).
Michel Petrucciani (2011)
Despite having brittle-bone disease, a French musician becomes a successful jazz pianist.
After witnessing the murder of his parents at a young age, Vijay (Amitabh Bachchan) grows up to become a respected police detective. His days are spent shutting down gambling dens and locking up gang members, until an outburst of gang violence kills a group of innocent children. Mala (Jaya Bhaduri), the lone witness to the crime, has been paid off by the gang members to keep quiet, but when Vijay convinces her to talk, he puts her life in danger as well as his own.
Silent Stories (2010)
Two men and two women are forced to leave Dakar due to their sexual identity.
La playa DC (2012)
Tomas, an Afro-Colombian teenager, grows up surrounded by exclusion and racism. When his younger brother and closest friend disappear, Tomas hits the streets to finds his friends and identity.
No Secrets (1991)
Three teenage girls play dangerous games with a handsome stranger (Adam Coleman Howard) who has something to hide.
Room to Rent (2000)
In London, Egyptian student Ali (Said Taghmaoui) holds several jobs while aspiring to be a successful screenwriter. But, kicked out of his rooming house, short on funds and with an expiring visa, Ali needs a place to stay, some quick cash and a British woman to marry him. He meets Mark (Rupert Graves), a photographer of gay erotica; Linda (Juliette Lewis), a professional Marilyn Monroe impersonator; and Sarah (Anna Massey), a blind woman who thinks Ali is her reincarnated soul mate.
Tyrant of the Sea (1950)
An English captain (Rhys Williams) tries to sink Napoleon and has a mutiny on his hands.
The Frame-Up (1937)
A racetrack detective (Paul Kelly) outwits a crook who has kidnapped his secretary girlfriend (Jacqueline Wells).
Girls of the Road (1940)
During the Great Depression, governor's daughter Kay Warren (Ann Dvorak) assumes the identity of a female hobo to learn firsthand what life is like for women on the road. Kay lives in shantytowns and boxcars as she braves rain, arrest, robbery, sexual advances and other degradations. She also finds friends in real runaways like Mickey (Helen Mack) and Jerry (Ann Doran). As Kay later relates her experiences to her father, he becomes inspired to start a crusade to help homeless women.
Der Schinderhannes (1958)
In feudal Germany, a dashing adventurer risks all for the hand of a maiden.
One More Minute (1979)
A Melbourne fashion model's (Sigrid Thornton) ex-boyfriend (Robert Bruning) and mentor (Chantal Contouri) expect payment for her success.
Sophie B. Hawkins: The Cream Will Rise (1998)
Singer-songwriter Sophie B. Hawkins made a name for herself in the 1990s with her upbeat pop songs, but this documentary examines the surprising darkness lurking in her personal life. As Hawkins prepares for an American tour, she battles with her fears, her emotions and the people around her. Interspersed with gripping performance footage, the film follows Hawkins on an emotional journey as she explores (and tries to come to terms with) her troubled past.
The Complex (2012)
A man wakes up in an hallway with no memories and a number tattooed on his wrist.
Nest of Virgins (1972)
A man seems to be a saint, and he is loved by all the beautiful women, but things are not what they seem.
When Santa Fell to Earth (2011)
Ben moves to a new town and has a tough time adjusting to a new life. He is thrust into a whirlwind yuletide adventure when Niklas crashes to Earth.
Princess Warrior (1989)
Two sisters (Sharon Lee Jones, Dana Fredsti) from another planet fight over the Ring of Power left by their mother the queen.
Mission of Danger (1960)
After his Rangers (Buddy Ebsen, Don Burnett) are caught during a raid, a major (Keith Larsen) must infiltrate the French army to save his men.
Ski Troop Attack (1960)
GIs (Michael Forest, Frank Wolff, Wally Campo) on skis enter a Nazi forest to blow up a railroad bridge.
I Remember Better When I Paint (2009)
Art and other creative therapies have a beneficial impact on people with Alzheimer's.
Goodbye, Cruel World (2010)
Angel is an honest accountant, then he is fired for no reason. To make ends meet, he joins a third-rate gang of thieves and finds friendship, and loyalty but no money.
Mourning Becomes Electra (1947)
In a Greek tragedy updated to the 1860s, young New Englanders (Rosalind Russell, Michael Redgrave) exact vengeance after the murder of their father (Raymond Massey).
A Time to Live (1985)
Writer Mary-Lou Weisman (Liza Minnelli) inspires her family as she inspires her son (Corey Haim) who has muscular dystrophy.
Vacationing Japanese siblings (Atsuko Okatsuka, Rintaro Sawamoto) become stranded in a California desert town but soon warm up to life in the dusty burg.
China Venture (1953)
A Marine captain (Edmond O'Brien) and his Navy superior (Barry Sullivan) seek a crash-landed Japanese admiral.
A newsman (Don Ameche) flirts with an Irish girl (Arleen Whelan) on a ship full of immigrants bound for Ellis Island.
The I Don't Care Girl (1953)
A film producer is gathering facts for his potential movie about the life of famed vaudevillian Eva Tanguay (Mitzi Gaynor). He sends his writers on a trail that leads to Eva's former partner, Eddie McCoy (David Wayne), who remembers her humble beginnings waiting tables at a restaurant in Indianapolis. But high-strung accompanist Charles Bennett (Oscar Levant), who was once infatuated with Eva, causes trouble when he presents a far different version of the story.
Truth About Men (2010)
A screenwriter (Thure Lindhardt) dumps his girlfriend (Tuva Novotny) and embarks on a quest to find his ideal woman.
The Woman in Black (1989)
Coastal English villagers warn an estate settler (Adrian Rawlins) about an old dark house; then he sees why.
Northern Skirts (2000)
Two former classmates (Nina Proll, Edita Malovcic) become friends again when they encounter each other in an abortion clinic.
Single Ladies (2011)
Three best friends (Stacey Dash, LisaRaye McCoy, Charity Shea) philosophize about men, sex and relationships.
The Italian (1915)
When fortune no longer favors Beppo Donnetti (George Beban) in his homeland of Italy, he sets off for the welcoming shores of America, telling his beloved Annette (Clara Williams) that he will send for her upon successfully settling into a new life. After Beppo secures a job as a shoeshiner, he and Annette are reunited and soon have a child, but their happiness is short-lived. Their baby falls ill, setting into motion a chain of events that finds Beppo in jail and Annette desperate for money.
A New York police detective (Mitchell Kowal) tries to psych out a killer (Wim Holland) who has a fetish.
Miracle Seller (2010)
Urika, Hasim and Stefan travel to France to find their father.
A timid, quirky young man (Maurizio Nichetti) creates a robot-double to woo a woman he likes.
Dynamite Jim (1966)
During the Civil War, a Union officer tries to move a gold shipment out of Mexico despite the threat of raiders.
Shadow of Afghanistan (2012)
A 20-year history of Afghanistan is seen through the eyes of the filmmakers and an Afghan warrior.
Prom Night in Kansas City (2002)
Filmmakers Hali Lee and Peter von Ziegesar follow disparate teens from various schools as they prepare for their dances.
Gory Gory Hallelujah (2003)
Four actors (Tim Gouran, Angie Louise, Todd Licea) encounter strange people while taking a cross-country motorcycle trip.
The Famous And The Dead (2010)
Mr. Tambourine passes time in Brazil looking at movies featuring the same woman.
The Gruesome Death of Tommy Pistol (2012)
Struggling actor Tommy P turns his back on his friends and family to pursue his dream of stardom, and he finally hits rock bottom when he realizes that, even in his dreams, he is a failure.
The Valley of the Bees (1968)
A newly married man sends his young son off to join an order of religious knights.
Pata Nahi Rabb Kehdeyan Rangan Ch Raazi (2012)
Harman moves to Bangkok to improve his life and returns home to profess his love to Simla on Valentine's Day.
The Smiling Lieutenant (1931)
A simple wink, intended by Austrian palace guard Lt. Nikolaus von Preyn (Maurice Chevalier) for girlfriend, Franzi (Claudette Colbert), is accidentally intercepted -- and misread -- by the visiting Princess Anna (Miriam Hopkins). As a result, the soldier has no choice but to marry the royal lady and move with her to the neighboring kingdom of Flausenthurm. His girlfriend follows to continue the romance and, subversively, give Princess Anna tips on how to keep her husband satisfied.
Spinning Plates (2013)
The stories of three restaurants and the people behind them reveal how food draws families and communities together.
Little House: The Last Farewell (1984)
Charles and Caroline Ingalls (Michael Landon, Karen Grassle) return to Walnut Grove and lead opposition to a land-grabber.
How Come Nobody's On Our Side (1974)
Two stuntmen (Adam Roarke, Larry Bishop) try to smuggle Mexican marijuana with one's sister (Alexandra Hay), an astrology buff.
Pandora's Beauty (2000)
A man's (Jean-Francois Casabonne) fling with a stranger (Pascale Bussires) ends his marriage, and her dark secret brings grief and danger.
Dinner With My Sisters (2011)
Dr. Andrew Michael, a Greek doctor living in London, returns home to investigate his father's death. He is reunited with his three sisters and old resentments re-emerge as he uncovers the truth about their father's passing.
A filmmaker and his friends dumpster-dive at supermarkets to show America's waste of good food.
Yana's Friends (1999)
As Iraqi scud missiles fly overhead and an entire country locks itself into airtight rooms, Yana (Evelyn Kaplun) and her fellow Russians wrestle with the challenges facing them in their new life in Israel during the Gulf War. Yana's husband has left her and she shares an apartment with Eli (Nir Levy), a photographer with a passion for casual sex. While in threat of poisonous gas their stories merge and love blossoms.
Five ventriloquists discuss their emotional attachments to their dummies.
First Action Hero (1994)
A district attorney hires a skilled gunman to help stop a crime wave in Miami.
Veterans of Color (2012)
Black veterans of World War II, Korea and Vietnam discuss their experiences with racism in the military and how their struggles continued long after they returned to civilian life.
ACAB All Cops Are Bastards (2012)
A rookie cop joins a team of veteran riot police whose brutal tactics make him question whether he's doing the right thing.
Three of a Kind (1944)
Two vaudeville acrobats (Billy Gilbert, Shemp Howard) get jobs as cooks to support a dead buddy's son.
Which Way Home (1991)
An American nurse (Cybill Shepherd) and an Australian boat captain (John Waters) flee Cambodia with orphans from a refugee camp.
Forgotten Prisoners (1990)
Amnesty International sends a professor (Ron Silver) and a lawyer (Hctor Elizondo) to fight for human rights of prisoners in Turkey.
Convicts Four (1962)
Sentenced for life in 1931, John Resko (Ben Gazzara) becomes an artist and is granted parole in 1949.
There Once was an Island: Te Henua e Nnoho (2011)
The effects of climate change in the Pacific.
The Kings Guard (2000)
A princess (Ashley Jones) falls in love with her father's swordsman.
Brand of Fear (1949)
A man finds his schoolmarm-girlfriend is the daughter of an ex-convict.
Brandy for the Parson (1950)
A young couple on a boating excursion gets involved with whiskey smugglers.
The Males (1971)
Jealousy threatens to destroy the friendship of two backwoods men after they bed the same woman.
La Porteuse de pain (1963)
An escaped convict sets out to clear her name after serving 20 years in prison for a crime she didn't commit.
Life in Stills (2011)
The owner of a photo shop and her grandson fight to save their business and nearly 1 million negatives that document Israel's history.
Women (Lisa Blake Richards, Mary Crosby) talk about food at a party for three who are turning 30, 40 and 50.
House of Sin (2011)
A London hotel houses guests that are free to indulge in their perverse desires.
Soul Maid (2007)
A goddess threatens the relationship between two gay men (Joe Schenck, Tom Bailey).
In the Shadow of the Raven (1988)
A young man (Reine Brynolfsson) falls in love with the enemy's daughter (Tinna Gunnlaugsdottir), who has been promised to the son (Egill Olafsson) of a bishop to ensure peace in Iceland.
Filmmaker Yvonne Rainer focuses on women over 40, before and after menopause, from the feminist point of view.
Murder Capital of the World (2012)
Charlie Minn investigates the forces behind the violence in Ciudad Juarez.
Just Like Me (2009)
A Casanova who cannot grow up is forced to deal with his young daughter's pregnancy.
The Singing Marine (1937)
A Marine (Dick Powell) and his girlfriend (Doris Weston) go to New York to try out for a radio amateur hour.
Sent From Heaven (2001)
In order to reunite with his one great love, a mailman (Max Tidof) must become a cupid and bring another couple together.
Buddy BeBop vs. The Living Dead (2009)
Buddy Holly and his allies battle a horde of the undead.
The End of the Road (1954)
An emergency at his old plant gives a forcibly retired Englishman a chance to prove his place in the work force.
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942)
Two women (Linda Darnell, Virginia Gilmore) inspire the 19th-century writer (John Shepperd) prone to gambling and drinking.
Tail Spin (1939)
Trixie (Alice Faye) is a female pilot looking to win a big race to advance her career. During one race, however, her plane becomes damaged, and she needs help to repair it. She meets a Navy pilot named "Tex" Price (Kane Richmond) and tries to gain his aid. Tex soon meets another pilot, Gerry (Constance Bennett), a novice who seeks to win an important upcoming race. Tex, concerned for Gerry's safety, tries to convince her not to race. But Gerry, now a rival of Trixie's, is determined to fly.