The Restless (2006)

A brave warrior (Jung Woo-sung) must enter another dimension to save his fiancee from demons.

D - Underworld (2005)

A mechanic from Dubai comes to Mumbai and gets entangled in a web of crime by accident. Soon, he goes on to become a dreaded underworld kingpin.

Nicht alle waren Mörder (2006)

A Jewish woman and her son (Aaron Altaras) struggle to survive in Nazi Germany.

Tiger & Bunny: The Movie - The Beginning (2013)

The heroes track down a body-swapping thief after he steals a statue.

The Masquerader (1933)

Politician Sir John Chilcote (Ronald Colman) is buckling under the strains of daily life, which include a troubled relationship with his oft-neglected wife, Eve (Elissa Landi) ; a high-pressure position in Parliament; and a secret drug dependency. Desperate to ease his tensions, Chilcote hires his jobless, doppelgnger cousin, John Loder (also Colman), to take over his public responsibilities. But trouble comes when Eve grows infatuated with Loder, who she thinks is her "reformed" husband.

Rich Girl (1991)

A spoiled Los Angeles teen (Jill Schoelen) turns nightclub waitress and falls for the lead singer (Don Michael Paul) of a band.

The Mangler (1995)

A laundry owner's (Robert Englund) employee falls victim to an ironing machine with a mind of its own.

The Spearman of Death (1980)

A murder leads to a war between clans and 10 killers of the underworld.

Crooked Hearts (1991)

An upper-middle class family in Washington state deals with failures, infidelities and troubling secrets. Charley (Vincent D'Onofrio) is 26 and still lives at home, despite his simmering anger at his father, Edward (Peter Coyote). Charley's younger brother, Tom (Pete Berg), just dropped out of college and returned home to live. Tom's unstable new girlfriend, Marriet (Jennifer Jason Leigh), has designs on joining the family, but she's hardly a calming influence on the crumbling home.

America 3000 (1986)

One man (Chuck Wagner) leads others enslaved by a warrior (Laurene Landon) and her desert clan 900 years after a nuclear war.

Life on Liberty Street (2004)

A single divorced mother and dedicated ER nurse (Annabeth Gish) takes on a new position at Liberty Street, a hospital for patients suffering severe brain trauma.

Warlock Moon (1973)

Witches find a young couple (Laurie Walters, Joe Spano) wandering around.

Broadway to Hollywood (1933)

A vaudeville couple (Alice Brady, Frank Morgan) quit to raise a son, then come back with their grandson in the act.

Who Killed Doc Robbin? (1948)

Neighborhood kids prowl the haunted mansion of a supposedly slain mad scientist (George Zucco).

Toni (1935)

Toni (Charles Blavette) is an Italian immigrant trying to make it in the melting pot of 1920s Provence, France. He moves in with his landlady, Marie (Jenny Helia), and gets a job as a laborer at a quarry. Any stability he has is threatened when he falls for the Spanish Josefa (Celia Montalvan), a young woman who marries the brutish quarry foreman, Albert (Max Dalban), after he rapes her. When Toni tries to save Josefa from her miserable existence, he must face the tragic consequences.

Shakedown (1988)

A legal-aid lawyer (Peter Weller) and an undercover officer (Sam Elliott) check a drug dealer's story of police corruption.

The Middle of the World (2003)

An unemployed truck driver (Wagner Moura) and his family bicycle nearly 2,000 miles across Brazil to find a job that pays a decent salary.

Coming of Age (1972)

Ma (Mercedes McCambridge) and Pa Irtley (Ford Rainey) are simple Southerners leading an idyllic life with their children -- but that is all overturned by the building of a highway through their land, for which they are paid $8,000. Now rootless, they are persuaded by their progeny to take them to a nearby carnival so they might experience the outside world. However, son Bruvver (John Lozier) and daughter Naomi (Simone Griffeth) soon fall prey to greedy strangers and the pleasures of the flesh.

Manuscripts Don't Burn (2013)

Two Iranian agents go to extreme lengths to find a banned manuscript that details their government's failed attempt to murder 21 writers.

Dance of the Dwarfs (1983)

A helicopter pilot (Peter Fonda) takes an anthropologist (Deborah Raffin) into the jungle, where they find winged pygmies.

Who Gets The Dog? (2016)

A couple (Kevin Whately, Alison Steadman) head for divorce court after 27 years of marriage.

I'll Be Seeing You (2004)

A woman (Alison Eastwood) who must identify the body of her exact double ends up delving into the details of her father's death.

A Row of Crows (1991)

An Arizona lawman (John Beck) clashes with an efficiency expert (Steven Bauer) dogging him on the case of a headless corpse.

The Heroic Ones (1970)

As the Tang Dynasty wanes, brothers duel to the death for China's fate.

UFO's Are Real (1979)

An examination of sightings, research and theories on the possibility that Earth is frequently visited by aliens.

Panama Lady (1939)

A stranded cabaret girl (Lucille Ball) becomes an oil prospector's (Allan Lane) tropical housekeeper.

The Last Vampyre (1993)

An English vicar alerts Sherlock Holmes (Jeremy Brett) and Dr. Watson (Edward Hardwicke) to a newcomer who frequents the local graveyard.

A Place to Stand (2014)

Jimmy Santiago Baca transformed himself from a functionally illiterate convict to an award-winning poet, novelist and screenwriter.

Sunday Dinner for a Soldier (1944)

Tessa (Anne Baxter), Michael (Billy Cummings) and Mary Osborne (Connie Marshall) are three young orphans living with their grandfather, Dudley (Charles Winninger) after their parents' death. They've arranged to invite a visiting soldier to a lavish Sunday dinner they'll be hosting for homefront support. When Sgt. Eric Moore (John Hodiak) arrives in town, he's whisked off to the Osbornes' home, where he's especially taken with the kindness of Tessa, but he's not the only one with eyes for her.

The Bushwhackers (1951)

After four years of bloodshed, the Civil War finally ends. Discarding his weapons, Southern soldier Jefferson Waring (John Ireland) dedicates himself to the cause of pacifism. Waring relocates to a quiet frontier town in Missouri, where he hears news of profiteer Artemus Taylor (Lon Chaney) and a campaign of intimidation against local property holders. When several of his neighbors are killed by Taylor's gang, the newly nonviolent Waring struggles to determine the right thing to do.

Nickel and Dime (2003)

After spending five years in jail, a man (Grard Lanvin) returns to a cafe to reunite with his hoodlum friends (Jacques Gamblin, Clovis Cornillac).

Monk3ys (2011)

Three men (Jonnie Hurn, Ian Virgo, Rob Oldfield) are locked in an isolated room as part of a psychological experiment.

Thanks a Million (1935)

Singer Eric Land (Dick Powell) and the dancers and orchestra he travels with are stuck for work -- until their manager, Ned (Fred Allen), has the band play before a speech given by a dull gubernatorial candidate. When Eric's singing impresses the crowds, Ned convinces the politician to have the group perform before each event. Soon the crowd demands that Eric run for office, and despite the uncertainly of his girlfriend, Sally (Ann Dvorak), Eric agrees when he finds out he can be on the radio.

Mimi and Dona (2014)

Mimi Thornton, a 92-year-old widow, must find a home for her daughter, who needs full-time care.

Virtual Combat (1995)

A border patrolman (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) in Las Vegas of the future pursues a virtual-reality villain who entered the real world.

Unfinished Business (1941)

A small-town girl (Irene Dunne) finds love after marrying for spite.

They Came to Blow Up America (1943)

German-American Carl (George Sanders) is tapped by the U.S. government to infiltrate the Bund, a Nazi propaganda organization. Though Carl is chastised by his own family for joining the group, he refuses to break cover. He later assumes the identity of a Nazi agent and works his way to the Bund headquarters in Hamburg, Germany. There he encounters Frau Reiter (Anna Sten), the wife of the man whose identity he stole, and she tries to expose Carl as a U.S. operative, putting his life in danger.

The Snow Queen (2012)

A young girl must save her brother from an evil witch who cursed the land with an eternal winter.

Planet of Dinosaurs (1978)

A space-shuttle pilot (James Whitworth) and his colleagues bail out on a planet full of prehistoric monsters.

Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1953)

Policemen Slim (Bud Abbott) and Tubby (Lou Costello) go to London and meet a doctor (Boris Karloff) and his evil alter ego.

An American Affair (1998)

While blackmailing a corrupt police officer, a man (Corbin Bernsen) becomes involved with two women.

A Shot in the Dark (1941)

A newsman (William Lundigan) and a policeman (Regis Toomey) flirt with a singer (Nan Wynn) as rivals on a murder case.

The Silence (1998)

A blind 10-year-old (Tahmineh Normatova) tunes musical instruments to earn money for his mother, abandoned by his father years earlier.

Savage Island (2003)

A violent feud escalates between a backwoods clan and a visiting family (Steven Man, Kristina Copeland).

The Lady Is Willing (1942)

Liza Madden (Marlene Dietrich) is a single and independent Broadway star who, when she discovers an abandoned baby, is suddenly stricken with motherly instinct. She needs to be married in order to adopt, so when she takes the baby to pediatrician Dr. McBain (Fred MacMurray), she proposes a marriage of convenience. McBain agrees, under the proviso of receiving money from her for his research. They go ahead with the phony marriage -- only to find they share a genuine attraction.

Asterix: The Mansions of the Gods 3D (2014)

In an attempt to wipe out a Gaulish village, Caesar plans to build an estate next to it to absorb the villagers into Roman culture.

Gone to Earth (1950)

Folklore and desire stir an 1890s girl (Jennifer Jones) who lives with her father in English fox-hunting country.

Rentadick (1972)

The incompetent detectives of Rentadick, Inc. track thieves of an experimental nerve gas that paralyzes from the waist down.

Another Man, Another Chance (1977)

When Jeanne (Genevive Bujold), a young woman, falls for a photographer named Francis (Francis Huster), he convinces her to leave war-torn France and move to America with him. After they have set up a photography shop and have a baby, Francis dies. A few years later, Jeanne meets David (James Caan), a the solitary man who cannot forget the murder of his wife. Jeanne and David start a relationship, but she worries that his dangerous search for his wife's killers threatens their love.

Good Morning Boys (1937)

The headmaster (Will Hay) of a boys school unwittingly helps an escaped convict steal the Mona Lisa.

Monster! (1999)

A boy discovers that a monster from a 1950s movie filmed in his town is real.

Airtight (1999)

In 2040 a team of specialists, which protects a city's fresh air supply, tracks down an industrialist who wants control of the air.

Smoking (1993)

The wife (Pierre Arditi) of an alcoholic headmaster (Sabine Azéma) ignites a chain of emotional crises when she lights a cigarette.

Rupert Patterson Wants to Be a Super Hero (1997)

A boy (Sean Campbell) renowned for telling tall tales gets the chance to prove himself when a thief comes to town.

Beauty and the Bad Man (1925)

A diva (Mabel Ballin) captures a gambler's heart with her angelic voice, but her jealous husband soon tracks her down.

The Gemini (2016)

A widow comes to suspect that not only is her husband still alive, but he's in a gay relationship.

Guns in the Dark (1937)

A cowboy (Johnny Mack Brown) hangs up his gun thinking he has killed his buddy.

To Love, Honor and Deceive (1996)

A widow (Vanessa Marcil) finds out the deaths of her husband (Thomas Gibson) and son were faked by a mob-connected elder.

The Lightship (1985)

A New Orleans hood (Robert Duvall) and his gang hijack a Coast Guard captain's (Klaus Maria Brandauer) lightship.

See You in the Morning (1989)

A Manhattan psychiatrist (Jeff Bridges) shuttles from his second wife (Alice Krige) to his ex-wife (Farrah Fawcett), with children in between.

The Missing Bell (2016)

A woman from the spirit world (Ini Edo) is given 20 years to live on Earth.

The Other Woman (1995)

For the sake of her daughters, a retail manager (Jill Eikenberry) befriends the young wife (Laura Leighton) of her ex-husband (James Read).

The Missing Bell 2 (2016)

The troubles of a woman from another world.

My Suicidal Sweetheart (2005)

After numerous attempts to kill himself, Max (David Krumholtz) winds up in a mental institution. There he meets Grace (Natasha Lyonne), a fellow patient with suicidal tendencies. The mixed-up pair marry, escape from the hospital, and set forth on a road trip to Wisconsin.

Lola's Last Letter (2016)

An ex-con completes her community service and begins creating a video letter for her pen pal.

Our Winning Season (1978)

This teen drama follows high-school senior David Wakefield (Scott Jacoby), a talented runner who is set on leading his track-and-field team to victory. As David continues to hone his running skills, he carries on a romance with his pretty sweetheart, Alice Baker (Deborah Benson), and struggles with other issues that come with the transition to adulthood. Also factoring into David's life is the Vietnam War, with the draft fully underway and young men being regularly called into service.

Priyamaanavale (2000)

A man decides to get married after a lot of persuasion from his father but on a condition. He wants to marry a girl on a year agreement and see if he likes it, if yes then he will continue the marriage and if not then he will annul the marriage.

Ride Report (2014)

Tiernan and Matt travel 10,000 miles to attend Carnaval in Brazil. They make life-changing connections with strangers along the trip from Las Vegas to Rio de Janeiro.

Flirtation (1934)

A burlesque dancer and a boy have to pretend to be married when her mother, who thinks that she is a decent girl, decides to pay her a visit.

Western Trails (1938)

A singing cowboy (Bob Baker) and his trick dog get the drop on badmen.

The New Generation Queens: A Zanzibar Soccer Story (2015)

The history and culture surrounding women's soccer in Zanzibar.

All That I Have (1951)

The nephews of a former surgeon take him to court to challenge his competency after he donates money to a scam artist.

A Christmoose Carol (2005)

A boy (Raban Bieling) befriends a talking and flying moose (Armin Rohde) that took a test flight for Santa Claus.

The Caddy (1953)

A golfer (Dean Martin) and a caddy (Jerry Lewis) land in show business after getting kicked out of professional golf.

Serena (1962)

A police inspector probes a complicated mystery involving the death of an artist's wife.

Mohawk (1956)

In the 18th century, American artist Jonathan Adams (Scott Brady) is working in Mohawk territory, where he paints the local scenery. Before long, he meets and falls in love with Native American woman Onida (Rita Gam), but the couple's happiness is interrupted when land tycoon Butler (John Hoyt) deviously pits incoming white settlers against the Mohawk people. Jonathan and his lover are caught in the middle of a violent feud, and the natives become suspicious of the American living among them.

Skips Stones for Fudge (2016)

The world of competitive stone skipping is home to legends and decades-long rivalries.

Vengeance Is Mine (2012)

Following the attack on his precinct, Kane buries his friends and sets his sights on avenging their deaths. He assembles a new team and follows the trail across the border to Vancouver.

Blood Alley (2012)

The CIA asks Kane and his team to take down a high-level gang boss involved in human smuggling, but Kane's investigation uncovers a larger conspiracy involving organ-trafficking.

Muhammad Ali: The Whole Story (1996)

A profile shows the heavyweight champion transcending the sport of boxing to become an American icon.

One Good Turn (1996)

A businessman (Lenny Von Dohlen) and his wife (Suzy Amis) regret taking in a soldier (James Remar) who saved his life years earlier.

Hostage Hotel (1999)

A former detective (Burt Reynolds) tries to negotiate the release of his ex-partner (Charles Durning) and a congressman's family, held hostage in a hotel.

Sinbad and the Battle of the Dark Knights (1998)

After returning from a crusade, the sailor (Richard Grieco) dons a disguise to save his princess from evil Gen. Nimbus (Dean Stockwell).

The Amazing World of Psychic Phenomena (1977)

Host Raymond Burr reviews ESP, telepathy, Uri Geller's spoon-bending, Jeane Dixon's predictions.

A Little Place Off the Edgware Road (2013)

An author who is suffering from writer's block is haunted by dreams of his wife and child.

The Blood of Yingzhou District (2006)

The film tells of traditional obligations of family and village clashing with terror of infection, and how the lives of children infected with AIDS play out.

Harvest Melody (1943)

A press agent's (Sheldon Leonard) wartime stunt puts an actress (Rosemary Lane) to work with a farmer (Johnny Downs).

Rumpelstiltskin (2007)

Marie must spin gold from straw to save her family from a villainous minister pretending to be the king.

10,000 A.D.: Legend of the Black Pearl (2008)

In the far future, an apocalypse splits what is left of humanity into two warring factions until a new enemy begins killing members of both sides.

Eagles Over London (1970)

Based on actual World War II events about Nazi spies who successfully infiltrated Britain's high command.

The Shaolin Avengers (1976)

Heroism and romance combine in an action-packed martial arts story. When the Shaolin are betrayed by White-Browed Hermit, hotheaded warrior-hero Fong Sai Yuk vows revenge.


A young man moves into a foreclosed home, and the previous owner begins a campaign of intimidation and terror.

The Flying Guillotine (1975)

A paranoid emperor begins exterminating anyone he fears is his enemy, arming his guards with an innovative new weapon; one soldier, however, becomes disillusioned.

Someone to Remember (1943)

The elderly mother (Mabel Paige) of a long-lost son takes a same-name college freshman (John Craven) for her grandson.

The Jungle Book: Return 2 the Jungle (2013)

The fierce tiger Shere Khan plans to stop Mowgli and Mani from making noise in the jungle.

Strange Gardens (2003)

In 1960, teen Lucien (Damien Jouillerot) is embarrassed by his father, Jacques (Jacques Villeret), who performs as a clown on street corners. Jacques' best friend, Andr (Andr Dussollier), defends the behavior, telling Lucien his father's conduct is linked to an experience during World War II. Jacques and Andr were part of the French Resistance and imprisoned and sentenced to death by the Nazis. But they were freed because of Jacques' friendship with a guard who often impersonated a clown.

The Working Girls (1973)

Desperate for work, three Los Angeles women sample a variety of unusual jobs. Featuring Cassandra "Elvira" Peterson.

Nightlight (2015)

A fight between young brothers spirals out of control.

The Russian River: All Rivers -- The Value of an American Watershed (2014)

Diverse forces influence California's Russian River watershed.

The Secret Rapture (1993)

A London graphic designer (Juliet Stevenson) inherits the young alcoholic widow (Joanne Whalley-Kilmer) of her father.