A Leap In The Dark (1980)

The relationship between a respected yet domineering judge, Mauro Ponticelli (Michel Piccoli), and his restless sister, Marta (Anouk Aime), descends into uncharted territory when Marta begins having mental problems. What is Mauro's solution in dealing with her mental health? He hires an actor, Giovanni (Michele Placido), to convince her to kill herself. But the plan backfires when Mauro becomes envious of his sister's new relationship, subsequently exposing his own psychological problems.

Lejontämjaren (2003)

A bullied boy meets the father of one of his tormentors when his mother develops a relationship with the man.

Old Bones of the River (1938)

A teacher (Will Hay) opening a school for native African tribes takes over for the commissioner and causes an uprising when he tries to collect taxes.

Yeh Raat Phir Na Aayegi (1992)

A woman, thought to have been dead for more than two centuries, reappears to claim her lover.

Mehboob Ki Mehndi (1971)

A husband and wife find that a child has brought drastic changes to their lives.

Frontiers of '49 (1939)

Blazing guns interrupt the peace of a small frontier town in the American West.

In The City Of Sylvia (2007)

A man returns to a city to track down a woman he met there six years ago.

Stacy's Knights (1983)

A mousy tourist (Andra Millian) hits a crooked Reno casino with her knack for blackjack, coached by a card shark's son (Kevin Costner).

Fun on a Weekend (1947)

Shy, destitute Peter Porter (Eddie Bracken) meets equally impoverished Nancy Crane (Priscilla Lane) at a Florida beach. Inspired by Peter's belief that a person can acquire wealth simply by creating an aura of success, the outgoing Nancy convinces Peter to join her in impersonating a confident and eccentric wealthy couple. The experiment works, and the couple secure a stunning wardrobe and a lavish room at a resort. Peter panics, however, when he gets a fantastic job offer.

There in Color (2010)

Fred Monosson, a Jewish-American businessman, records the birth of Israel in color.

Endure (2010)

Veteran detective Emory Lane (Judd Nelson) finds a disturbing photo of a young woman inside of a car wreck and races to find her before it is too late.

Never Apologize (2008)

The life and career of award-winning director, critic, essayist and anarchist, Lindsay Anderson.

Murder in the Fleet (1935)

A traitor is lurking somewhere aboard the USS Carolina, and Lt. Tom Randolph (Robert Taylor) is determined to find the offender. First a revolutionary new piece of technology -- an electric firing device -- is sabotaged. Then one of the cruiser's crew is murdered. In order to catch the killer, the captain locks down the ship. With foreign dignitaries, corporate goons and even Tom's girlfriend, Betty (Jean Parker), trapped on the vessel, there is no shortage of suspects.

7 Deaths by Prescription (1975)

After having a heart attack, a surgeon (Michel Piccoli) becomes obsessed with the tale of another physician (Grard Depardieu) who was driven to kill himself and his family.

As Summers Die (1986)

A Southern belle (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her aunt (Bette Davis) help a lawyer (Scott Glenn) defend a poor woman living on valuable land.

Somewhere (2010)

While recuperating from an injury at Beverly Hills' famed Chateau Marmont, bad-boy actor Johnny Marco (Stephen Dorff) receives a visit from his young daughter, Cleo (Elle Fanning). Though his mind is not on parenting, she has a way of inserting herself into her father's daily routine. Slowly, the two bond, forcing Johnny to re-examine his life of excesses and his relationship with Cleo.

Galloping Romeo (1933)

A falsely accused cowboy joins forces with an elderly citizen to clear his name.

Sheila Levine Is Dead And Living In New York (1975)

A spoiled young woman (Jeannie Berlin) tries to make it in New York and latches onto a guy (Roy Scheider) who tries to forget her.

Don't Turn the Other Cheek (1971)

An Irishwoman (Lynn Redgrave) looks for a Mexican revolution with a Russian rogue (Franco Nero) and a bandido (Eli Wallach) looking for gold.

Disaster (2003)

The leader (Jim Davidson) of a cult searches for his fiancee (Marnie Alton) after she flees to Las Vegas.

The Sentiment Of The Flesh (2010)

Helena, a medical student, meets Benoit, a radiologist, and the two explore their infatuation with the human body.

Calendar Girl Murders (1984)

Wealthy Richard Trainor (Robert Culp) publishes a calendar featuring sexy nude women and is pleased when it's a big success. But at his party celebrating the event, the models start dying: Miss January is shoved off a building, and then Miss February is stabbed. Lt. Dan Stoner (Tom Skerritt) takes the case, becoming friendly with photographer Cassie Bascomb (Sharon Stone) in the process. When Cassie is also attacked, Stoner must find out how she's connected before the other women are killed.

The Living Idol (1957)

An archaeologist believes a Mexican woman is the reincarnation of an Aztec princess.

Hansel & Gretel (2013)

Teen siblings (Brent Lydic, Stephanie Greco) are enslaved by a crazy recluse in her gruesome house of horrors.

Battle Inferno (1959)

A young and idealistic lieutenant of the German army is sent to the eastern front where he witnesses hardships but keeps his faith for the ultimate good. He gets placed strategically to get an insight into the state of military affairs.

Decisions (2011)

A group of friends rob a bank to solve their money problems and attract the attention of a crime syndicate and a crooked cop (Corey Haim).

Footsteps in the Night (1957)

Two detectives are drawn to a suspicious gas-station attendant while sleuthing the murder of a friend.

Vice Academy 3 (1991)

Two policewomen (Ginger Lynn Allen, Elizabeth Kaitan) must save the city from a green-haired woman (Julia Parton) out to harm the environment.

Bar-Rac's Night Out (1937)

A playful raccoon encounters other forest animals during his search for food.

Forbidden (1954)

A newly ordained priest finds his role in the parish tested by outside pressures.

Canvasman: The Robbie Ellis Story (2010)

A man lives doing what makes him happiest.

Forced Landing (1941)

An American pilot helps a young woman locate her father, who is being held captive by Nazis somewhere in the jungle.

Batty Baseball (1944)

The wacky members of the Yankee Doodlers and the Draft Dodgers engage in energetic high jinks at W.C. Field.

I'll Never Forget You (1951)

Lightning in London sends an atomic physicist (Tyrone Power) back to the 1700s, where he falls in love.

Bear Raid Warden (1944)

As an overzealous air-raid warden, Barney Bear contends with a noisy owl and a pesky firefly while patrolling the woods.

Walter & Carlo: Up at Dad's Hat (1985)

An airline steward (Ole Stephensen) and his dim-bulb friend (Jarl Friis-Mikkelsen) encounter diamond smugglers, henchmen and beautiful women during a trip to Spain.

The Interceptor (2009)

A special forces soldier transports a mind-control weapon.

Forgotten Commandments (1932)

A young college student gets involved in a deadly love triangle.

Hey Babe! (1983)

A washed-up vaudevillian (Buddy Hackett) befriends a 12-year-old orphan (Yasmine Bleeth) who wants to go into show business.

A Line in the Sand (2014)

Assassins track down a former spy who used to report on Iranian weapons programs for the British government.

Carlitos y el campo de los sueños (2008)

A boy fights to play soccer while trying to be true to himself.

Hamlet from the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre (1964)

In this filmed Broadway version of Shakespeare's play, in which the actors perform without period sets or costumes, young Hamlet (Richard Burton) is distraught after the death of his father, the king of Denmark. Hamlet is suspicious that the new king, his uncle, orchestrated his father's death in order to claim the throne and the queen's hand. Hamlet embarks on a quest for vengeance, and only tragic consequences follow -- including the death of his mother, Gertrude (Eileen Herlie).

Windbag the Sailor (1936)

A storytelling sea captain (Will Hay) commandeers a boat for an unscrupulous shipping agent looking to collect insurance money.

Exposed (1983)

Eager to escape her rural life in Wisconsin, the beautiful young Elizabeth Carlson (Nastassja Kinski) relocates to New York City. While acclimating to her urban surroundings, Elizabeth meets the enigmatic Daniel Jelline (Rudolf Nureyev), a handsome violinist. As she begins a romance with Daniel, Elizabeth finds out that he's much more than just a musician, and she gets involved in international espionage as he tracks Rivas (Harvey Keitel), a dangerous fugitive.

Beyond Suspicion (2010)

A young couple (Marc-Andr Grondin, Laura Smet) hatches an elaborate plan to scam a widower (Charles Berling) out of his family fortune.

Barsaat (1995)

A village boy, Badal, is attracted to his classmate, Tina, who belongs to a rich family. However, her father disapproves of their relationship and gets him arrested under false charges.

Because of Her (1993)

After breaking his legs, an underachieving teenager (Antoine Hubert) gets help from a tutor (Olivia Munoz) and falls in love with her.

The Deadly Game (2011)

A stuntman dies during the making of a police movie; his brother (Robert Forster) takes his place to investigate.

The Forty-Niners (1932)

California becomes the mecca for treasure hunters when it's learned gold has been discovered there.

Sleeping Man (1996)

An accident leaves a man comatose.

Baywatch: The Reunion (2003)

An old nemesis threatens Mitch's (David Hasselhoff) wedding day as his friends and fellow lifeguards reunite.

Aakhri Raasta (1986)

David is an ardent political supporter, however the leader of his favorite political party is an evil man who rapes David's wife, Mary. She commits suicide and David is framed by his political idol.

Deadly Descent (2013)

Nina (Lauren O'Neil) leads a group of skilled skiers on a rescue mission to find her missing brother, but they find a ravenous monster lurking amid the peaks.

I Was Born, But ... (2004)

Roddy Bogawa reflects on his childhood in Hawaii and his involvement in the Los Angeles punk scene of the 1970s.

Balkan Powder Keg (1944)

Romania, Bulgaria and other Balkan nations undergo political and social upheaval during World War II.

The Ballad of Paducah Jail (1934)

Kentucky humorist Irvin S. Cobb hunts for an escaped felon, but the tables are turned when the criminal nabs him instead.

Tetsuo II: Body Hammer (1992)

Psycho skinheads abduct the son of a man (Tomorowo Taguchi) who transforms himself into a hideous killing machine.

Banjoman (1975)

Joan Baez, the Byrds, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and other performers pay tribute to influential bluegrass musician Earl Scruggs.

The Third Walker (1978)

Twins (Colleen Dewhurst, William Shatner) meet as adults and deal with the consequences of being accidentally separated at birth.

Next Summer (1985)

As the marriage between long-suffering Jeanne (Claudia Cardinale) and serial philanderer Edouard (Philippe Noiret) unravels, the couple's two daughters experience their own emotional shock waves. Dina (Fanny Ardant) wants more from her daily life, while Sidone (Marie Trintignant) is married to a fellow musician but is terrified of performing in public. Fast-forward seven years: Edouard is gravely ill, and the family shares their issues, hopes and fears.

I'm Not Jesus Mommy (2011)

Kimberly learns that her son was cloned from DNA taken from the Shroud of Turin as the world experiences wars, famine and natural disasters of every kind.

Mimesis (2011)

A horror fan (Taylor Piedmonte) and his friend (Allen Maldonado) experience real-life terror during a role-playing game that pays homage to a classic horror film.

The Dinner (1998)

A loner, a magician, a professor, a Japanese couple and other patrons (Vittorio Gassman, Stefania Sandrelli) socialize in an Italian restaurant.

A Tale of Two Cities (1980)

Dickens' London-lawyer hero (Chris Sarandon) makes the ultimate sacrifice for the woman he loves in Paris during the Reign of Terror.

Tiger Claws (1992)

Clawed corpses clue police detectives (Jalal Merhi, Cynthia Rothrock) to a killer of martial artists in New York.

Flavia: Priestess of Violence (1975)

A stubborn Italian woman is exiled to a nunnery during the 1400s for her wild and warlike ways.

The She-Creature (1956)

When Andrea Talbott (Marla English), the assistant to carnival hypnotist Carlo Lombardi (Chester Morris), is herself hypnotized, the results are not positive. Lombardi somehow zaps Talbot's soul into the body of a prehistoric creature that lives below the waves. Lombardi commands the creature to the surface and uses her to destroy those who stand against him. Eventually, though, Talbot figures out a way to take back control of her will and fight her twisted employer.

Psych Out (1968)

Jenny Davis (Susan Strasberg) is a deaf young woman who has run away from home to search for her missing brother. Arriving in the hippie-filled Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco, Jenny befriends a rock group with heavy psychedelic leanings, becoming close to band member Stoney (Jack Nicholson). Aided by Dave (Dean Stockwell), who used to be in the ensemble, Stoney and Jenny come closer to tracking down her sibling, and venture into trippy territory while on hallucinogens.

The Killing Zone (2003)

A struggling psychiatrist seeks vengeance against a doctor's pint-sized killer (Rony Clanton).

The Shark Hunter (1980)

A mysterious underwater project thrusts a lone shark hunter into the middle of a governmental conspiracy.

Anita (2009)

A young woman with Down syndrome (Alejandra Manzo) touches people's lives after a bombing.

Pudding chômeur (1996)

An accident victim discovers that an ordinary-looking boy (Louis Davignon-Daigneault) has the power to perform miracles.

Earthling (2011)

A mysterious atmospheric event causes several people to remember that they are aliens disguised as humans, and they face a tough choice -- to stay hidden on Earth or find a way home.

Dear Mr. Prohack (1949)

A Treasury official (Cecil Parker) is incapable of handling his own finances when he receives an inheritance.

Los Traficantes (2012)

Former drug cartel chief Esteban Mendoza finds redemption while serving a 33-year prison term by helping inmates overcome drug addiction.

Milonga (1999)

A famous television personality is assassinated in broad daylight.

The Upturned Glass (1947)

A surgeon (James Mason) suspects foul play after his illicit lover (Rosamund John) falls to her death from a window.

15 Maiden Lane (1936)

A savvy investigator goes under cover to break up a jewel-theft ring.

A Good Man (2009)

A law professor witnesses a colleague, friend and mentor murdering his wife, creating a serious moral dilemma for the former man.

Tornado Warning (2012)

A farmer, his daughter and a blogger race to stop an alien invasion after they unleash massive electrical tornados.

Rio Grande (1938)

The conniving Ed Barker (Dick Curtis) murders a rancher and tries to steal the ranch from his widow, Jean Andrews (Ann Doran). However, their old friend Cliff Houston (Charles Starrett) appears on the scene to try and save the day. He makes a deal with Barker and his crew to drive the Andrews herd to market and split the money, but each man really plans to con the other as soon as the time is right. Along for the ride is singing cowboy Bob Stevens (Bob Nolan).

Godzilla Raids Again (1955)

Atomic blasts off the coast of Japan activate a prehistoric monster.

The Argyle Secrets (1948)

A framed reporter (William Gargan) and the crooks on his trail scramble to locate a book containing the names of war profiteers and traitors.

Dance With Death (1992)

A Los Angeles detective (Maxwell Caulfield) checks out stripper slayings with a journalist posing as a topless dancer (Barbara Alyn Jones).

Otoshiana (1962)

A man and his son wander into a deserted small town in search of work, and they join the population of lost souls.

Another Nice Mess (1972)

An inept leader (Rich Little) and his equally inefficient second-in-command (Herb Voland) act anything but presidential.

Frozen Silence (2012)

A serial killer murders soldiers in the ranks of the Blue Division, a volunteer group of Spanish soldiers fighting with the Germans on the Russian front.

Don Quintin the Bitter (1935)

A businessman abandons his family and reunites with his daughter on his deathbed.

The Slit-Mouthed Woman (2005)

A couple's passionate tryst in a hospital is interrupted by a horrific spirit.

Khuda Gawah (1992)

An Afghan warrior (Amitabh Bachchan) seeks final reckoning with his enemies after spending time in an Indian prison.

The Fighting Code (1933)

The death of a young woman's father puts a cowboy on the trail of a killer.

Chowkidar (1974)

While waiting for his father's approval on his marriage to the woman he loves, Dr. Shyam is caught having an affair with someone else.

Outlaw's Highway (1934)

An extraordinary dog and a lovely white stallion help trap outlaws.

Dracula's Fiancee (2002)

A professor and his protege track Dracula through parallel universes and find an odd order of nuns, which is holding a young woman captive so she can marry the vampire.

A Murder of Quality (1991)

A detective (Denholm Elliott) comes out of retirement to investigate a mysterious death at a boarding school.

Satan in High Heels (1962)

A married stripper flees to New York and has an affair with her boss and his son.

Wrestling For Jesus: The Tale of T-Money (2011)

A man from rural South Carolina tries to overcome the demons from his past by starting a Christian professional wrestling league.

The Fighting Rookie (1934)

A condemned cop redeems himself by exposing a gang of underworld crooks.

The Fighting Sheriff (1931)

A frontier lawman's romance with a woman falls apart when an outlaw implicates him in murder.

Little Tough Guys in Society (1938)

An upstanding lady of the community decides the Little Tough Guys would make good companions for her self-centered son.