South32 (2016)

A multiple homicide at a luxury villa in Malibu sends detectives into the world of a bullied young girl and a woman taking up the mantle of revenge.

Date of the Dead (2017)

Three tales of terror; a guy battles evil cheerleaders, a couple deals with a home invasion, and a serial killer meets the woman of his dreams.

The Frozen Dead (1966)

Dana Andrews stars in the ghoulish, vintage, sci-fi horror story The Frozen Dead. Twenty years after World War II has ended, members of the Nazi party remain, and they are determined to again rise to power. Having funded German doctor Rupert Norberg’s (Andrews) cryogenic experiments since the war, the party makes it clear that they expect him to reanimate some 1,500 frozen Nazis! Fearful for his life, Norberg continues his research–in increasingly horrific, murderous ways. But when his niece’s (Anna Palk) best friend goes missing, the young woman tries desperately to enlist help from an American scientist (Philip Gilbert) to stop the madness. WAC Trivia: Andrews took many jobs to pay the bills while trying to make it “big.” His boss at a Van Nuys gas station was so impressed with the actor’s determination that he paid for his acting and singing lessons.

The Satanist (1968)

A young couple's marriage is threatened when an attractive female cultist lures them into a world of drugs, sex and satanic rites.

Cat vs Rat (1982)

Cat vs. Rat is a Shaw Brothers martial arts-comedy film directed by Lau Kar Leung, starring Alexander Fu, Adam Cheng, Kara Hui and Hsiao Ho. The plot is loosely based on the 19th century wuxia classic novel The Seven Heroes and Five Gallants.

The Marriage-Go-Round (1961)

The Marriage-Go-Round is a 1961 American comedy film directed by Walter Lang and written by Leslie Stevens. It is based on the 1958 play The Marriage-Go-Round by Leslie Stevens. The film stars Susan Hayward, James Mason, Julie Newmar, Robert Paige and June Clayworth. The film was released on January 6, 1961, by 20th Century Fox.

Old San Francisco (1927)

In San Francisco, a villainous land owner with underworld connections seeks to steal the property of an old Spanish family.

Blue Murder at St. Trinian's (1957)

Blue Murder at St Trinian's (1957) is British comedy film set in the fictional St Trinian's School. Directed by Frank Launder and written by him and Sidney Gilliat, it was the second of the series of four films. and stars Terry-Thomas, George Cole, Joyce Grenfell, Lionel Jeffries and Richard Wattis. The plot is based around a secret marriage agency for the sixth-form girls, that has caught the attention of an Italian prince, based in Rome. The girls break into the Ministry of Education and replace the official (disastrous) school record with a glowing version that qualifies them for a UNESCO tour of Europe, ending in Rome. In line with St. Trinian's tradition, chaos reigns as the girls run amok in Europe.

Tonight's the Night (1987)

A clerk, a sportscaster (Ed Marinaro) and an airline pilot (Max Gail) try to meet women at a flashy Los Angeles nightspot.

Le révélateur (1968)

Le Révélateur is a 1968 experimental narrative film by Philippe Garrel.

Tomorrow, the World! (1944)

Tomorrow, the World! is a 1944 black-and-white motion picture starring Fredric March, Betty Field, and Agnes Moorehead, about a young German boy (Skip Homeier) who had been active in the Hitler youth who comes to live with his uncle in the United States, who tries to teach him to reject Nazism. The film, directed by Leslie Fenton, was based on the successful 1943 Broadway play of the same name. The title comes from Hitler's infamous threat: "Today Germany; tomorrow the world."

Masters (2012)

Masters is a 2012 Malayalam action thriller film directed by Johny Antony and starring Prithviraj, Mukesh and Sasikumar in the lead roles. This film is loosely based on the English film Strangers on a Train (film).

Shadow Skill (1995)

Evil forces push an orphan's martial-arts skills to the breaking point.

The Royal African Rifles (1953)

The Royal African Rifles is a 1953 Cinecolor First World War adventure film set in British East Africa but filmed on location in the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden. Directed by Lesley Selander, it stars Louis Hayward, Veronica Hurst and Michael Pate. The film was the first production of Louis Hayward’s production company Associated Film Artists, Inc (AFA, Inc), but Hayward’s company made no other films. The working title was The Queen’s African Rifles. In reality there was never a military unit called “The Royal African Rifles”. The film was retitled Storm Over Africa in the United Kingdom.

Bonnie Prince Charlie (1948)

In the Jacobite Rising of 1745, the Young Pretender Bonnie Prince Charlie leads an insurrection to overthrow the Protestant House of Hanover and restore his family, the Catholic branch of the House of Stuart, to the British throne.

A Portrait of the Artist as Filipino (1965)

A former art district in Manila struggles between the old Filipino identity and the onslaught of Western influence.

Murder Can Be Deadly (1962)

The Painted Smile is a 1962 British thriller film directed by Lance Comfort and starring Liz Fraser, Kenneth Griffith, Peter Reynolds and Tony Wickert. The film was known in the U.S. as Murder Can be Deadly.

Inspirations (1997)

Inspirations is a 1997 documentary directed by Michael Apted.

Gearheads (2016)

A mentor helps a conflicted teenager overcome his fear of racing.

The Magic Toyshop (1987)

An orphan (Caroline Milmoe) and her two siblings move into their lewd uncle's (Tom Bell) London toyshop full of life-size puppets.

Friends Don't Let Friends Date Friends (2014)

Coffee-drinking poets hang out in thrift stores and cemeteries while trying to find themselves.

Honey (1930)

Honey is a 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Wesley Ruggles and written by Alice Duer Miller, A.E. Thomas and Herman J. Mankiewicz. The film stars Nancy Carroll, Harry Green, Lillian Roth, Richard "Skeets" Gallagher, Stanley Smith, Mitzi Green and ZaSu Pitts. The film was released on March 29, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.

Master Qi and the Monkey King (2010)

Filmmaker Alan Govenar explores the life of Chinese opera master Qi Shu Fang and delves into the reasons why she, her husband and their opera troupe relocated to the U.S.

Extremely Used Cars: There Is No Hope (2015)

Chip Douglas, an alcoholic used-car salesman, decides to start torching cars to drum up business.

Song of the Road (1937)

The Song of the Road is a 1937 British drama film directed by John Baxter and starring Bransby Williams, Ernest Butcher and Muriel George. It was made at Shepperton Studios. It was made as a supporting feature. Like Baxter's earlier The Song of the Plough (1933) the film examines the effect of modern technology on traditional working practices in the countryside.

The Don Of Dons (2014)

Mr. Brown and Esteban race against time to find a mythical figure known as the Mad Sam. If they fail, gangsters will kill Mr. Brown's woman.

Mental Notes (2011)

Five people look back on time spent in some of New Zealand's worst mental hospitals.

Midnight (1982)

Midnight (also released as Backwoods Massacre) is a 1982 American exploitation horror film directed by John A. Russo and starring Melanie Verlin, Lawrence Tierney, and John Amplas. It is based on Russo's 1980 novel of the same name, published by Pocket Books. It follows a female hitchhiker en route to San Francisco who finds herself at the mercy of a backwoods Satanic cult in Pennsylvania who sacrifice young women in an attempt to resurrect their dead mother. The film was shot on location outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and features special effects by Tom Savini. While not prosecuted for obscenity, the film was seized and confiscated in the UK under Section 3 of the Obscene Publications Act 1959 during the video nasty panic

Woodenhead (2003)

Woodenhead is the name of a 2003 New Zealand film directed by Florian Habicht. The film is a dark fairy tale in the style of the Brothers Grimm, and recounts the life of a dump-hand called Gert and a mute princess called Plum. The two wander into the forest with a donkey and mysterious things start to happen. The film explores the dark sexual material in this mythic context. The film is unusual in that the sound and music were recorded before the film was shot, and does not match the visuals. It is in crisp black and white and was shot in the Northland Region. The voices of the main two characters are musicians Steve Abel and Mardi Potter and the actors are Nicholas Butler (NZ) and Teresa Peters. The film was shown in the 2003 Auckland, Wellington and Melbourne international film festivals and has been released on DVD. Florian Habicht has also made a film called Kaikohe Demolition, a loving look at the demolition derby in his hometown Kaikohe, and Rubbings from a Live Man, an intimate documentary about New Zealand actor, writer and director Warwick Broadhead.

Things I Left in Havana (1998)

Three Cuban sisters seek a better life in Madrid, where they stay with an aunt who has plans for them.

La première nuit (1958)

Mexican high schoolers struggle to lose their collective virginity. Aspiring filmmaker Sergio (Osvaldo Benavides) begins a doomed obsession with a beautiful prostitute. Fatso (Julio Casado) spreads rumors of fictitious successes with his beautiful classmate, only to ignite the anger of her thuggish brother. Meanwhile, in preparation for their first time together, Bruno (Xavier Massimi) and his girlfriend, Mariana (Mariana Ávila), acquire a copy of the Kama Sutra.

Claudia and David (1946)

Claudia and David is a 1946 film directed by Walter Lang. It stars Dorothy McGuire and Robert Young. Dorothy McGuire and Robert Young repeat their roles from the film Claudia (1943) Like its predecessor, Claudia and David was based on a series of short stories by Rose Franken, which also inspired a successful stage play and radio series.

In a Pig's Eye (2010)

A tobacco-industry PR woman (Marian Seldes) fears sabotage at her group's hotel convention.

Satan's Angel: Queen of the Fire Tassels (2012)

A legendary burlesque dancer named Satan's Angel shares her love of the craft and her efforts to preserve its history.

Moy papa Baryshnikov (2011)

An enthusiastic but marginally talented Russian ballet student (Dmitri Viskubenko) tells his classmates that he's the illegitimate son of legendary dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov.

Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon (1989)

Newlyweds (Hayley Mills, Barry Bostwick) inherit a hotel in Hawaii and go there to run it with his teenage triplets (Leanna Creel).

The Wicked Darling (1919)

The Wicked Darling is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Tod Browning and featuring Lon Chaney as a pickpocket. The film was considered to be a lost film until a copy was found in Europe in the 1990s. The copy now resides in the Nederlands Filmmuseum.

China Dragon (1995)

Two Chinese students of martial arts team with local kids in Hawaii to find a stolen book full of supernatural secrets.

Tender Parasites (2009)

A young couple (Robert Stadlober, Maja Schne) earn their living by taking advantage of the misfortunes of others.

To Kill with Intrigue (1977)

To Kill with Intrigue is a Kung Fu 1977 Hong Kong action film, directed by Lo Wei. In the movie's plot, Chin Chang Yin leads a gang known as the Killer Bees on a revenge mission to kill Cao Lei's family. However, she kills everyone but Cao Lei and falls in love with him. Jackie mentions, in his book I Am Jackie Chan, how much of the plot is confusing, and he was sure that even the director, Lo Wei, didn't even know what was going on. He has also gone on to express that tensions between himself and the director along with the generally cold weather at the time of filming made for a frustrating experience. The movie was filmed in Korea.

The Toxic Avenger Part III: The Last Temptation of Toxie (1989)

Times are hard for Toxie. What’s a hideously deformed creature of superhuman size and strength to do after he’s eliminated crime from his hometown? Desperate to raise money for the experimental surgery that could restore his blind fiancée’s eyesight, Toxie accepts a lucrative job with the evil multinational conglomerate Apocalypse Inc.  Now, Toxie’s transforming into an even more monstrous creature: a yuppie.  And all of Tromaville is paying the price of Toxie’s Faustian bargain.  The Toxic Avenger must defeat his own inner demons before taking on the Devil himself in a battle royale, while the fate of Tromaville hangs in the balance.

Summer Heat (2008)

Summer Heat is a 2008 film directed by Monique van de Ven. Her first feature-length film, it is based on the 2005 book-week giveaway novella by Jan Wolkers. Wolkers, who died while the film was in post-production, also authored the story for van de Ven's first film as an actress, Turkish Delight (1973).

A Quiet Life (2010)

A Quiet Life (Italian: Una vita tranquilla) is a 2010 Italian neo-noir film directed by Claudio Cupellini. It entered the competition at the 2010 Rome International Film Festival, in which Toni Servillo was awarded best actor.

Irish American Ninja (2005)

Irish American Ninja: The Life of George McGoogle is a 2005 independent film. The film stars George McGoogle, an Irish American who has wanted to become a ninja since a young age. After taking a flight to Japan, he becomes a ninja. His older brother, Gertrude, works for the enemy. George stars in Hollywood films and later stars in a documentary about himself. The film's creator Bill Sebastian lived in Euless, Texas and filmed the movie in the Dallas area. Sebastian used the George McGoogle character in previous works.

Warlords from Hell (1988)

Friends intervene when outlaw bikers force dirt bikers (Brad Henson, Jeffrey D. Rice) to pick marijuana in Mexico.

Saint Clara (1996)

Saint Clara is a 1996 Israeli film directed by Ari Folman and Ori Sivan. It is based on the novel The Ideas of Saint Clara by Pavel Kohout. The film was selected as the Israeli entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 69th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Vuelve a la vida (2013)

A love story involves a New York model, a Mexican scuba diver and a shark.

The Ballad of Bering Strait (2003)

Nina Gilden Seavey follows the struggles of a country-music band from Russia that is trying to succeed in Nashville, Tenn.

J'ai rencontré le Père Noël (1984)

J'ai rencontré le Père Noël (1984) (English: I Met Father Christmas), is a French film that was dubbed in English and retitled as Here Comes Santa Claus and released on DVD under the title I Believe in Santa Claus. The film is about Simon, a young boy, who is bullied at school by peers and adults alike. Simon's parents have been kidnapped in Africa, and the government has not responded to the ultimatum set by the kidnappers. Therefore, while on a field trip to the local airport, Simon and his friend Élodie sneak onto a jet liner and fly to Rovaniemi to visit Santa Claus in Lapland, to ask him to save Simon's parents. On the way, they encounter a Fairy and an Ogre. The film stars Karen Cheryl, who was a popular singer at the time in France, as both Simon's schoolteacher and as the Fairy. She acts and sings musical numbers in the film. Clearly designed for children, the film was primarily meant as a family comedy for the Christmas holidays. The film is also an opportunity for Karen Cheryl to repeatedly sing simplistic melodies, in line with the plot. Indeed, the director is not encumbered with improbabilities. Thus, the two young children arrive safely to travel to Lapland then Santa and the fairy teleport to Africa near the village where the parents are inmates, and finally the two children returned home and rushed to the Christmas Mass where no one seems really surprised they reappear after their prolonged absence.

The Big Bang (2003)

A petty criminal (Justin Capaz) meets his fate in a small Florida town.

Nine Good Teeth (2002)

Filmmaker Alex Halpern interviews his outspoken 102-year-old grandmother.

SOS: Summer of Suspense (2008)

Noora, who lives in a small coastal community, finds a packet of drugs while trying to save a seal cub abandoned by its mother.

The State of Things (1982)

The State of Things (German: Der Stand der Dinge) is a 1982 film directed by Wim Wenders. It tells the story of a film crew stuck in Portugal after the production runs out of film stock and money. The director travels to Los Angeles in search of his missing producer.

Suicide (2014)

A young lawyer has to commit the perfect crime to save her family from a psychotic loan shark.

The Bees (1978)

The Bees is a 1978 Mexican horror film about South American bees imported to the USA, where they wreak havoc.

The Show Must Go On (2010)

The Show Must Go On is a 2010 Croatian science fiction drama directed and written by Nevio Marasović, starring Sven Medvešek and Nataša Dorčić.

The Dragon Flies (1975)

The Man from Hong Kong (known in the U.S.A. as The Dragon Flies) is a 1975 action film that marked the first Australian-Hong Kong co-production filmed in both nations. It was directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith and starred Shanghai-born Jimmy Wang Yu and former 007 George Lazenby. The film was later restored by the Australian National Film and Sound Archive.

Twin Flames (1992)

Beatriz experiences aural hallucinations that can only be remedied through music and the love of a stranger.

Allegheny Sunset (2008)

Two young women struggle to understand their swelling passions and discover an unlikely ally in an Iraq war veteran.

Backstreet Dreams (1990)

Backstreet Dreams is a 1990 drama movie starring Brooke Shields, Jason O'Malley, Sherilyn Fenn and Anthony Franciosa. It was directed by Rupert Hitzig and Jason O'Malley.

The China Lake Murders (1990)

The China Lake Murders is a television movie starring Tom Skerritt. This 1990 film is about a small desert town that experiences a series of murders. The film was rated PG-13 and first aired on the USA Network and for many years held the record for the highest rated basic cable film. It is an adaptation of the 1983 short film "China Lake" by Robert Harmon.

Mary Proud (2006)

Mary Proud is a single mother who finds stardom as a rhythm and blues singer at a high personal price. Living in Ohio, Mary and her little sister are separated by social services after they are abandoned by their disturbed and drug-addicted mother. Years later, strong-willed Mary finds herself in a nasty divorce with Gary, an unfaithful husband and church deacon. Her determination to provide a better life for her two children and to make a career in the music industry pays off when she meets AC Wells, a successful music producer from Atlanta. After relocating to Atlanta, Mary's career takes off, but she encounters a fresh set of problems after starting a volatile relationship with a rapper on AC's label, and a new drug habit. Mary is admitted to a rehabilitation program, and later is diagnosed as bipolar. After completing rehab, Mary is determined to recover her damaged career and her life. Finally, Mary realizes a new personal success, achieved by working to change her life toward a healthy and positive direction.

La Soufrière (1977)

La Soufrière – Warten auf eine unausweichliche Katastrophe ("La Soufrière – Waiting for an Inevitable Disaster") is a 1977 West German documentary film in which German director Werner Herzog visits an island on which a volcano is predicted to erupt. The pretext of this film was provided when Herzog "heard about the impending volcanic eruption, that the island of Guadeloupe had been evacuated and that one peasant had refused to leave, [he] knew [he] wanted to go talk to him and find out what kind of relationship towards death he had" (Cronin). Herzog explores the deserted streets of the towns on the island. The crew of three treks up to the caldera, where clouds of sulfurous steam and smoke shift drift like "harbingers of death" (Peucker), an example of the sublime Herzog seeks to conjure in his films. Herzog converses in French with three different men he finds remaining on the island: one says he is waiting for death, and demonstrates his posture for doing so; another says he has stayed to look after the animals. In the end, the volcano did not erupt, thus sparing the lives of those who had remained on the island, including Herzog and his crew. Werner Herzog's films tend to focus on those outside of mainstream society, often on individuals who exhibit a completely egocentric picture of the world. Driven by either madness or complete harmony with nature, the subjects of Herzog's films exemplify life at its most spiritually extreme. The people who remained on the island had accepted their fate, and had given their lives to God. One man seemed surprised that Herzog would even question his resignation to die at the hands of the volcano. Others simply did not see the point in evacuating the island. Death (and the eruption of the volcano) cannot be escaped, only temporarily avoided. Those who remained had given their lives to God and did not see the point in trying to run away from that which cannot be conquered, and should not be feared.

Rebel High (1987)

Rebel High is a 1987 social satire film about the chaos and mayhem that modern western cities' high schools became. It is based on a US novel by Evan Keliher. Made in Canada, most of the cast is relatively unknown and in many cases uncredited.

All for Free (2006)

All for Free is a 2006 Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian film directed by Antonio Nuić.

Fast and Sexy (1958)

Anna of Brooklyn (Italian: Anna di Brooklyn) is a 1958 comedy film by Italian directors Vittorio De Sica and Carlo Lastricati. It stars Gina Lollobrigida and Vittorio de Sica.

Occupation in 26 Pictures (1978)

Occupation in 26 Pictures, also known as Occupation in 26 Tableaux, is a 1978 Yugoslavian war film directed by Lordan Zafranović. It was entered into the 1979 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Yugoslav entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 51st Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

AB-Negative (2006)

After his wife leaves and he loses his job and home, Wooster harvests human organs for the black market and takes revenge on the people who wronged him.

Gut Renovation (2012)

Filmmaker Su Friedrich charts the destruction of Williamsburg, a neighborhood in Brooklyn, so developers can build luxury condos.

Vampire Dentist (2006)

Two dentists rent their office to a mysterious man who works only at night on an odd assortment of clients.

Baikonur (2011)

Iskander, a young man living on the Kazakh steppes, finds French astronaut Julie after her capsule crashes. Julie now has amnesia, but Iskander convinces her they are engaged.

Love from Ground Zero (1998)

Love From Ground Zero follows three strangers across the back roads of America with the ashes of a mutual friend. Using a series of old postcards as a map, the threesome drive from New York to Montana retracing their friend’s journey “out west” years before. As they try to make sense of the untimely death, they are forced to face the realities in their own lives that have brought them down this unpredictable road. The film was shot on the move across the Midwestern states of Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Colorado in 35mm color and has an original acoustic score by American music legend, John McEuen, a Grammy Award winner and founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

Pleasure Party (1975)

Une partie de plaisir (A Piece of Pleasure) is a 1975 French film directed by Claude Chabrol and starring its screenwriter and longtime Chabrol collaborator Paul Gégauff. In the film, Gégauff plays a writer with a troubled marriage that ends in tragedy. (In 1983, Gégauff was stabbed to death in real life by his second wife.) In this film, his wife is played by his real-life first wife Danièle Gégauff (already divorced when this film was made) and his daughter is played by real life daughter Clemence Gégauff.

Cão Sem Dono (2007)

Unemployed Ciro has a dull life in a simple apartment with a nameless stray dog that he found on the streets. When he meets aspiring actress Marcela -- who dreams of traveling -- they fall in love with each other.

Black Spring Break: The Movie (1998)

Two sports agents follow a football star and his friend on spring break in hopes that he will sign with them.

Dial: Help (1988)

A supernatural presence uses the phone lines to terrorize a British model who unwittingly dialed a wrong number.

Running Home (1999)

Running Home is a 1999 film directed by Marc F. Voizard and starring Kristian Ayre and Claudia Christian.

The Wrong Road (1937)

The Wrong Road is a 1937 American film directed by James Cruze. The film is now in the public domain.

Gemini - The Twin Stars (1988)

Two young men (Gene Patrick, Thomas Nock), American and Swiss, meet and go to Greece with a U.S. senator's wife (Aurore Clment), followed by trouble.

Senior Trip (1981)

Senior Trip is a 1981 American made-for-television comedy film, directed by Kenneth Johnson and starring Scott Baio.

Boys Will Be Boys (1935)

Boys Will Be Boys is a 1935 British comedy film directed by William Beaudine which stars Will Hay, Gordon Harker and Jimmy Hanley. The film is set at Narkover School, where headmaster Doctor Alec Smart (Will Hay) becomes involved in the disappearance of a valuable necklace. The setting is loosely based on the works of Beachcomber, where Narkover is a school specializing in gambling and extortion, and the headmaster is a "Dr. Smart-Allick".

Bowery Boy (1940)

Bowery Boy is a 1940 American comedy film directed by William Morgan and written by Robert Chapin, Harry Kronman and Eugene Solow. The film stars Dennis O'Keefe, Louise Campbell, Jimmy Lydon, Helen Vinson, Roger Pryor and Paul Hurst. It was released on December 27, 1940, by Republic Pictures.

The Mysterious Mr. Valentine (1946)

The Mysterious Mr. Valentine is a 1946 American crime film noir directed by Philip Ford. The drama features William Henry, Linda Stirling, and Virginia Christine.

Bearskin: An Urban Fairytale (1989)

To escape casino hoodlums, a crook (Damon Lowry) poses as a bear in a strange man's (Tom Waits) Punch-and-Judy show.

Secret Valley (1937)

Secret Valley is a 1937 American film directed by Howard Bretherton. The film is also known as Gangster's Bride and Gangster's Valley in the United Kingdom.

North West Mounted Police (1940)

North West Mounted Police is a 1940 American adventure film produced and directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Gary Cooper and Madeleine Carroll. Written by Alan Le May, Jesse Lasky, Jr., and C. Gardner Sullivan, and based on the 1938 novel The Royal Canadian Mounted Police by R. C. Fetherstonhaugh, the film is about a Texas Ranger who joins forces with the North-West Mounted Police to put down a rebellion in the north-west prairies of Canada. The supporting cast features Paulette Goddard, Preston Foster, Robert Preston, Akim Tamiroff, Lon Chaney, Jr. and George Bancroft. Regis Toomey, Richard Denning and Robert Ryan make brief appearances in the film playing small roles.. North West Mounted Police was DeMille's first film in Technicolor. The film premiered on October 21, 1940 in Regina, Saskatchewan, and was released in the United States on October 22, 1940 by Paramount Pictures. The film received an Academy Award for Best Film Editing (Anne Bauchens).

Reflections on a Crime (1994)

Reflections on a Crime (also known as Reflections in the Dark) is a 1994 American prison thriller written and directed by Jon Purdy. Mimi Rogers stars as a woman in the final hours of Death Row retelling the murder of her husband that she was incarcerated for.

A Chump at Oxford (1940)

A Chump at Oxford, directed in 1939 by Alfred J. Goulding and released in 1940 by United Artists, was the penultimate Laurel and Hardy film made at the Hal Roach studios. Originally released as a streamliner featurette at forty minutes long, the original streamliner version was slightly reedited and twenty minutes of footage largely unrelated to the main plot were later added for European distribution and, ultimately, American distribution. A later reissue version was further reedited, jumping from Stan and Ollie`s entrance into the employment agency to them sweeping the streets. A 20 minute version created for television distribution is entitled ALTER EGO. The longer version is the one most often seen today. The title echoes the popular film A Yank at Oxford (1938).

Hopalong Cassidy Returns (1936)

Hopalong Cassidy Returns (1936) is a Western film sequel starring William Boyd.

New York, New York (2016)

When the youngest concierge ever at a five-star Chinese hotel is tempted by an invitation to run a hotel in the Big Apple, everyone around him looks to take advantage of the move, including a love interest who may not be as trustworthy as she seems.

Next Door (1994)

Next Door is a 1994 American black comedy television movie starring James Woods, Randy Quaid, Kate Capshaw and Lucinda Jenney. It originally aired September 4, 1994 on the Showtime network and was made available on VHS January 17, 1995. As of January 2009, the film has yet to find a DVD release.

Rio, 40 Degrees (1955)

Rio, 100 Degrees F (Portuguese: Rio, 40 Graus) is a 1955 Brazilian film written and directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos. It is dos Santos' first feature work, inspired by the Italian Neo-Realism, and is considered a precursor of the Cinema Novo movement.

The Healer (1935)

The Healer is a 1935 American film directed by Reginald Barker. The film is also known as Little Pal.

The Amazing Exploits of the Clutching Hand (1936)

The Clutching Hand (in full, The Amazing Exploits of the Clutching Hand) is a 1936 15-episode serial produced by the Weiss Brothers based on the final Craig Kennedy novel of the 1934 same name by Arthur B. Reeve. A 70 minute feature film using a condensed version of the serial was also released in the same year. In it, the famous detective (portrayed by Jack Mulhall, who had portrayed the Black Ace in the serial The Mystery Squadron three years before) is assigned to solve the disappearance of Dr. Paul Gironda (Robert Frazer), a scientist who has developed a formula for synthesizing gold but vanishes before he has a chance to reveal it to his board of directors. It was the last Craig Kennedy serial and the only one to be filmed as a talkie. One of the criminals, Hobart, is played by Charles Locher, who is better known nowadays as Jon Hall, and it appears that Gironda is being held prisoner by Craig Kennedy's old foe, the Clutching Hand (a faceless presence apparently played by Bud Geary, an actor who was frequently cast in such roles, and voiced by Robert Frazer).

The Day the Sky Exploded (1958)

The Day the Sky Exploded (Italian: 'La morte viene dallo spazio, lit. 'Death Comes From Space') is a 1958 science fiction film directed by Paolo Heusch. It is known as the first Italian science fiction film, predating even the science fiction films of Antonio Margheriti.

Basic Human Needs (2015)

A young couple's plan to escape from their small home town is derailed when a lost condom forces them to re-examine their relationship.

Probation (1932)

Probation (also known as Second Chances) is a 1932 film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Clara Kimball Young and Betty Grable. The film was distributed by the Chesterfield Motion Pictures Corporation.

The Paper (2007)

The student staff of The Daily Collegian, Pennsylvania State University's college newspaper, battle plummeting circulation, barriers to investigative reporting, and criticism of coverage.

Apocalypse Pompeii (2014)

When a former Special Ops commando visits Pompeii, his wife and daughter are trapped as Mt. Vesuvius erupts with massive force. While his family fights to survive the deadly onslaught of heat and lava, he enlists his former teammates in a daring operation beneath the ruins of the city of Pompeii.

False Pretenses (1935)

False Pretenses is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Charles Lamont and starring Irene Ware.