Silver Spurs (1943)

Silver Spurs is a 1943 American film directed by Joseph Kane.

Fists of Bruce Lee (1978)

A billionaire with information on international smuggling and drug trafficking hires Bruce Lee to protect him.

Watusi (1959)

Watusi is a 1959 MGM adventure film directed by Kurt Neumann and produced by Al Zimbalist and Donald Zimbalist. The screenplay was by James Clavell loosely based on the novel King Solomon's Mines by H. Rider Haggard. The film stars George Montgomery, Taina Elg, David Farrar and Rex Ingram. The film is a sequel to the MGM 1950 King Solomon's Mines starring Deborah Kerr and Stewart Granger, and in fact, uses some footage from the earlier film.

Friendly Fire (1998)

Four old friends gather for a fishing trip, 25 years after their arrest and torture by the Brazilian military regime in the 1970s. Their ringleader, Miguel (Z Carlos Machado) -- whose pregnant girlfriend, Lucia (Melina Anthis), died while he was incarcerated -- tells his companions that the police officer (Leonardo Villar) responsible for their imprisonment was falsely reported dead and lives in a small village nearby. Together, the four men set off to take their revenge.

The Square Jungle (1955)

The Square Jungle is a 1955 film noir drama sport film directed by Jerry Hopper starring Tony Curtis, Pat Crowley and Ernest Borgnine. Former heavyweight champion of the world Joe Louis appears as himself.

The All American (1953)

All American is a 1953 American drama sport film directed by Jesse Hibbs starring Tony Curtis and Lori Nelson.

No Contest (1995)

No Contest is a 1995 action film starring Shannon Tweed, Robert Davi and Roddy Piper. It was followed by a sequel two years later.

Lock Up: The Prisoners of Rikers Island (1994)

Inmates and law enforcement officers discuss life inside the prison.

Temple of the Red Lotus (1965)

While on a mission to avenge the death of his parents, a young swordsman (Jimmy Wang Yu) gets caught up in a feud between rival clans.

Eye of the Storm (2017)

Eye of the Storm is a 2015 Burkinabé psychological drama film about child soldiers. The film was directed by Sékou Traoré, produced by Axel Guyot, written by Christophe Lemoine and Luis Marques, and starred Fargrass Assandre and Maἴmouna N'diaye. It received ten nominations at the 12th Africa Movie Academy Awards and won in three categories including Best Film.

The Magic Flame (1927)

Based on King Harlequin, a novel and play by Rudolph Lothar, the film casts Colman as a travelling circus clown who happens to bear a startling resemblance to the no-good King of a mythical European principality. The King (also played by Colman, of course), develops a yen for the Clown's sweetheart, trapeze artist Vilma Banky. While trying to rescue the girl from the royal castle, the Clown is forced to kill the King. As inevitably as night follows day, the Clown is then obliged to take the King's place on the throne. As gentle and generous as his "predecessor" was cruel and corrupt, the Clown becomes immensely popular with his subjects, who are more willing to allow him to marry a "commoner" like Banky.

Junior (2013)

Eddie Belasco, 75, and and his 98-year-old mother, Josephine, face the challenges of aging while finding ways to stay young. Eddie manages a youth theater group, and Josephine finally gets her high-school diploma.

The Right to Love (1930)

A woman learns of her illegitimate birth, causing her to become estranged from her mother.

Pastor Hall (1940)

Pastor Hall is a 1940 British drama film directed by Roy Boulting and starring Wilfrid Lawson, Nova Pilbeam, Seymour Hicks, among others. The film is based on the play of the same title by German author Ernst Toller who had lived as an emigrant in the United States until his suicide in 1939. The U.S. version of the film opened with a prologue by Eleanor Roosevelt denouncing the Nazis, and her son James Roosevelt presented the film in the US through United Artists.

Seymour: An Introduction (2015)

Pianist Seymour Bernstein, who gave up performing for teaching, discusses his passion for music and his philosophy of life.

Diana: A Tribute to the People's Princess (1998)

Diana: A Tribute to the People's Princess is a 1998 television film about Diana, Princess of Wales.

Flareup (1969)

Flareup is a 1969 American thriller film directed by James Neilson and written by Mark Rodgers. The film stars Raquel Welch, James Stacy, Luke Askew, Don Chastain, Ron Rifkin and Jean Byron. The film was released on November 10, 1969, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Iris (2011)

A 19th-century artist leaves Stockholm and sends her young daughter to Finland to stay with an uncle.

Pianists Street (2015)

A young woman is the last great promise for four generations of pianistic wonders.

House (2008)

A rich man's (Mitchell Gregg) future with his wife's nurse (Jennifer Bishop) depends on the wife's twin sister and the nurse's boyfriend (Arell Blanton).

Mahabharat (2013)

Mahabharat is a 2013 Indian computer animated historical drama film, directed by Amaan Khan and based on the Hindu epic of the same name. The film is produced by Kushal Kantilal Gada and Dhaval Jayantilal Gada. The film was a Christmas release on 27 December 2013. Several actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, Vidya Balan, Sunny Deol, Anil Kapoor, Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee, Deepti Naval have been signed up for the characters in the film. Mahabharat is touted as the most expensive animated film in Bollywood. The movie tells the story of the Indian epic Mahabharata in a way children would find entertaining.

Death Shadow (1986)

Pardoned from their death sentences, several criminals become sanctioned killers.

Down Laredo Way (1953)

Down Laredo Way is a 1953 American western film directed by William Witney and starring Rex Allen, Dona Drake and Slim Pickens. The film's art direction was by Frank Arrigo.

Clash (2006)

A detective (Raul Julia-Levy) tries to help an imprisoned gangster (Daniel Venegas) who is confined to a wheelchair.

Because I Was a Painter (2014)

Survivors of Nazi concentration camps talk about the artwork they produced in secret, and which is now conserved in French, German, Israeli and other archives.

New Kids in Town (1990)

Two friends (Alexander Fu Sheng, Chang Chan-Peng) encounter evil when they search for a pirate's treasure.

Love Torn in a Dream (2000)

Love Torn in a Dream is a 2000 film directed by Raúl Ruiz. The film's nonlinear narrative spans nine interweaving stories, most of which take place in the 17th or 18th centuries and feature fantastical characters such as pirates, nuns, young priests, a cannibal, a sultana, the Devil, and many more. To further complicate the already dizzying web of tales, many different characters are played by the same handful of actors across stories. This theme of the same individual portraying numerous identities extends beyond the limits of this one film and can be viewed in the larger context of Ruiz's work: for instance, lead actor Melvil Poupaud has been in several of Ruiz's films since his childhood. In 1983, at the age of ten, he starred in Ruiz's City of Pirates and went on to act in The Insomniac on the Bridge (1985), Treasure Island (1985), Three Lives and Only One Death (1996), Genealogies of a Crime (1997) and Mysteries of Lisbon (2010).

How to Be Yours (2016)

A cook and a sales agent meet on the Chinese New Year and start falling in love.

News from Home (1977)

News from Home is a 1977 avant-garde documentary film directed by Chantal Akerman. The film consists of long takes of locations in New York City, set to Akerman's voice-over as she reads letters her mother sent her between 1971 and 1973, when the director lived in the city.

The Tribunal (2017)

The stakes are high—their Souls are at risk. Set against a backdrop of a Catholic marriage tribunal, two best friends fight for the woman they both love. Yet as all three wrestle with their desires, the ultimate question looms, "What does God want?" Will they find their way into the arms of the Lord? A captivating movie about love, faith and redemption, it speaks to the hearts of Christians everywhere.

Cobra (1925)

Cobra is a 1925 American silent film starring Rudolph Valentino and Nita Naldi. It is the screen adaptation of the play Cobra written by Martin Brown, which played at the Hudson Theatre on Broadway in 1924.

Pipe Dreams (1976)

Pipe Dreams is a 1976 film starring soul singer Gladys Knight in her acting debut as a woman who attempts to regain the love of her husband played by real-life spouse Barry Hankerson. In this drama, her husband must choose between reuniting with her or giving in to pressure of the local boss, Mike Thompson played by Wayne Tippit. Bruce French, Sally Kirkland and Altovise Davis (wife of Sammy Davis Jr) round out the cast. Gladys Knight received a Golden Globe nomination for New Star Of The Year (Actress). "So Sad the Song" from Pipe Dreams, The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song (Motion Picture).

Army Surgeon (1942)

Army Surgeon is a 1942 American film about a female surgeon who pretends to be a nurse so she can serve on the front line in World War I.

Alien Terminator (1995)

Alien Terminator is a 1995 American horror film, written and directed by Dave Payne. It stars Cassandra Leigh and Maria Ford.

The Eye of Silence (2016)

A young woman with the secret ability to see clearly in the dark witnesses her friend's death at a party. When no one is willing to help, she decides to take matters into her own hands.

Florian (1940)

Florian (1940) is a feature film directed by Edwin L. Marin, and starring Robert Young and Helen Gilbert.

Kuma (2012)

Kuma is a 2012 Austrian film directed by Umut Dag about a Turkish immigrant family living in Vienna.

Lucky Legs (1942)

Lucky Legs is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Charles Barton and written by Stanley Rubin and Jack Hartfield. The film stars Jinx Falkenburg, Leslie Brooks, Kay Harris, Russell Hayden, Elizabeth Patterson and William Wright. The film was released on October 1, 1942, by Columbia Pictures.

Evergreen: The Road to Legalization (2013)

A chronicle of the legalization of recreational marijuana in Washington state shows the issue from the perspectives of both pro- and anti-initiative groups.

In Old Kentucky (1935)

In Old Kentucky is a 1935 American comedy film starring Will Rogers, Dorothy Wilson and Russell Hardie. Two feuding families decide to settle a dispute with a horse race. It was released by 20th Century Fox and produced by Fox Film.

Geronimo (2014)

Geronimo is a 2014 French drama film directed by Tony Gatlif. It premiered in the Special Screenings section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival on 20 May.

Hidden (2005)

Strange events bring together three strangers (Laia Marull, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Angie Cepeda) at a conference about the interpretation of dreams.

Blood On The Reel (2016)

Indie horror directors from around the world explain how they create films.

It's A Gift (1934)

It's a Gift is a 1934 comedy film starring W. C. Fields, considered by film historians to be one of Fields' best and funniest films. It was Fields's sixteenth sound film, and his fifth in 1934 alone. It was directed by Norman McLeod, who had directed Fields in his cameo as Humpty Dumpty in Alice in Wonderland, 1933. It concerns the trials and tribulations of a grocer as he battles a shrewish wife, an incompetent assistant, and assorted annoying children, customers, and salesmen. The film contains certain routines, reprised having been honed, that Fields had developed 1915-1925. Fields often tried to recapture on film original sketches that had been the basis of his stage success. Thus 'The Picnic', 'A Joy Ride' and most famously, 'The Back Porch', all become segments of Its a Gift. Lesser known than some of Fields' later works such as The Bank Dick, the film is perhaps the best example of the recurring theme of the Everyman battling against his domestic entrapment. Historians and critics have often cited its numerous memorable comic moments. It is one of several Paramount Pictures in which Fields contended with child actor Baby LeRoy.

Footprints (2014)

Armed with a gun, a man follows footprints to find the person who broke the window on his front door.

Du côté de la côte (1958)

Filmmaker Agnès Varda examines the buildings, beaches and tourists of the French Riviera.

The Price of Honor (2014)

In 2008, two teenage sisters from Texas, Sarah and Amina Said, are executed in a premeditated honor killing.

Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice (1952)

One of the ineffably lovely domestic sagas made by Yasujiro Ozu at the height of his mastery, The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice is a sublimely piercing portrait of a marriage coming quietly undone. Secrets and deceptions strain the already tenuous relationship of a childless, middle-aged couple, as the wife’s city-bred sophistication bumps up against the husband’s small-town simplicity, and a generational sea change—in the form of her headstrong, modern niece—sweeps over their household. The director’s abiding concern with family dynamics receives one of its most spirited treatments, with a wry, tender humor and buoyant expansiveness that moves the action from the home into the baseball stadiums, pachinko parlors, and ramen shops of postwar Tokyo.

Accidental Activist (2013)

A Christian man and his family are ostracized by their community after signing a petition that promotes traditional marriage.

Three in the Saddle (1945)

The Texas Rangers (Tex Ritter, Dave O'Brien, Guy Wilkerson) help a woman keep her ranch from a land-grabber.

The Hawk of Wild River (1952)

The Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) has himself thrown in jail to trick an outlaw known as the Hawk (Clayton Moore) and bring him and his entire gang to justice.

Night Eyes (1990)

Night Eyes is a 1990 American erotic thriller film written by Tom Citrano and Andrew Stevens and directed by Jag Mundhra. It stars Andrew Stevens, Tanya Roberts, Cooper Huckabee, and Warwick Sims. The film was followed by a series of sequels following similar plots.

Les Tribulations D'une Caissiere (2011)

It's love at first sight for a young man (Nicolas Giraud) who meets a supermarket cashier (Déborah François).

Fratricide (2005)

Azad (Erdal Celik), a young Kurd, emigrates to Germany to join his brother, Semo (Nurretin Celik). While staying in a hostel, Azad befriends a youth named Ibo (Xevat Gectan), and the pair work hard to make a living. Then Azad and Ibo have a fatal encounter with two Turkish brothers.

A Place of Truth (2013)

Abi Mott couch surfs across the country as a nomadic artist.

Killers (1997)

The deal is simple. Buy the stolen drugs for almost nothing, sell them and make a killing. For Ray and the others, it?s the deal of their lives. For Heather, the rich girl, it?s a ride on the wild side.

Greed (2006)

Two women (Darlena Tejeiro, Andrea Bogart) must outwit a gang of ferocious bikers and an ax-wielding escaped convict.

Renegade Girl (1946)

In Missouri, a Civil War border state, the leaders of a Union cavalry troop realize that they are being spied on by Jean Selby (Ann Savage), a young woman who comes from a family of rebel sympathizers. The Union men set out to track down the Selby family, and cavalry officer Capt. Fred Raymond (Alan Curtis) ends up finding Jean. But Capt. Raymond and Jean rapidly fall in love, all the while realizing that a romantic relationship would test their loyalties and endanger their lives.

basketball 3:16 (2014)

Calvin searches for faith in his life and finds it on a basketball court.

Mirror Lake (2013)

Betrayed by his family, a man moves to an isolated cottage by a lake. He finds no peace there, however: A neighbor drowns in the lake; a bandit on the run shows up; and a dancer seeks refuge in his cottage.

The Calico Dragon (1935)

The Calico Dragon is a 1935 Happy Harmonies cartoon short. When a little girl falls asleep after reading a fairy tale to her doll, her toys come to life. The toys act out a fairy tale in which a prince has to fight a dragon. The cartoon was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Short Subject (Cartoon) in 1935.

Atlantics (2009)

A group of young men gather around a fire to share the stories of their harrowing journeys on pirogues, trying to get to Europe.

The End of August (1981)

Pampered Edna Pontellier (Sally Sharp) changes in circa-1900 New Orleans.

Audioscopiks (1935)

Audioscopiks is a 1935 American short documentary film directed by Jacob F. Leventhal and John A. Norling. The main point of the short was to show off 3-D film technology. The film was nominated for an Academy Award at the 8th Academy Awards in 1935 for Best Short Subject (Novelty).

Pride of the West (1938)

Pride of the West is a 1938 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Nate Watt. The film stars William Boyd, George "Gabby" Hayes, Russell Hayden, Earle Hodgins, Charlotte Field and Billy King. The film was released on July 8, 1938, by Paramount Pictures.

The Awakening (1928)

Marie Ducrot is a French country lass who is ostracized when she falls in love with a German soldier during World War I. She turns to religion and becomes one of the "sisters-in-white" in the field hospitals. Meanwhile, the German soldier finds that the reports of her death were premature and greatly exaggerated.

Jeongmumun (1977)

A martial-arts expert (Bruce Le) tries to save a young Filipino girl from slavers.

Echo Rhyme (2016)

A counterfeiter from a mob family is given the heart of the man he was supposed to kill.

I'll Be Around (2012)

After discovering that she has an incurable illness, a single mother sets out to find the right adoptive parents for her son.

Raw Force (1982)

Raw Force (also known as Kung Fu Cannibals) is a 1982 Filipino-American martial arts action-horror film written and directed by Edward D. Murphy and starring Cameron Mitchell.

Flesh and Fury (1952)

Flesh and Fury is a 1952 film noir drama sport film directed by Joseph Pevney and starring Tony Curtis, Jan Sterling and Mona Freeman.

Untamed Frontier (1952)

Untamed Frontier is a 1952 American Technicolor Western film directed by Hugo Fregonese starring Joseph Cotten, Shelley Winters and Scott Brady.

The Strangers (1998)

A werewolf (Victoria Hunter) tracks down her missing husband (Richard Bent) to force him to father a child with her.

Fight Day (2014)

Two immigrant sisters gain freedom from their pimp after they cross paths with a boxing promoter and his infertile sister.

Make Mine Laughs (1949)

Make Mine Laughs is a 1949 film directed by Richard Fleischer. The film was a compilation of comic scenes and musical numbers from older and newer RKO Studios films. Make Mine Laughs was the second of three RKO Radio "pastiche" films, composed largely of musical and comedy highlights from previous RKO productions. Comedian Gil Lamb hosts the proceedings, finding time to make satirical comments about the opening credits and to perform his "swallowing the harmonica" specialty. The filmclips include two short subjects, Leon Errol's Beware of Redheads and one of RKO's Flicker Flashbacks entries, both presented in their entirety. Also featured are Frances Langford singing "Moonlight Over the Islands" (from Bamboo Blonde), Anne Shirley and Dennis Day duetting on "If You Happen to Find a Heart" (from Music in Manhattan), and specialties performed by the likes of orchestra leaders Frankie Carle and Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher, ventriloquist Robert Lamouret, and dance teams Manuel & Marita Viera and Rosario & Antonio. Make Mine Laughs was withdrawn from distribution after Ray Bolger and Jack Haley brought suit against RKO for unauthorized use of clips from Bolger's boxing pantomime in Four Jacks and Jill (1944) and Haley's "Who Killed Vaudeville?" number from George White's Scandals (1945). After problems with the copyright of some of the material used in the movie, RKO removed the movie from general release and shelved it.

Ikaw Pa Rin: Bongga Ka Boy! (2008)

A veterinarian and a firefighter fall in love.

Stuntwoman (1977)

L'Animal is a 1977 action-comedy film directed by Claude Zidi and starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Raquel Welch. It was distributed in the U.S. by Analysis Film Releasing Corp.

High Tension (1936)

High Tension is a 1936 American comedy-drama film directed by Allan Dwan and starring Brian Donlevy, Glenda Farrell, and Norman Foster. It was released by 20th Century Fox on July 17, 1936. The film was based on the story written by J. Robert Bren and Norman Houston. Steve Reardon doesn't want to marry his girlfriend Edith McNeil, but he also doesn't want her to date anyone else either.

Be with Me (2010)

Three girls hold a tarot card and chant magic spells to make special events unfold.

Down The Drain (1990)

A smooth, fast talking lawyer believes he can get anybody out of anything until he gets himself involved in an elaborate bank robbery which threatens national security.

Gentleman (1993)

Gentleman is a 1993 Tamil vigilante-heist film written and directed by S. Shankar marking his debut and produced by K. T. Kunjumon. It stars Arjun and Madhoo in the lead roles. The film's music (score and soundtrack) is composed by A. R. Rahman, and it was very well received upon release. The choreography in the film was also viewed as a highlight. This high-budget production won positive reviews and became a blockbuster at the box office. The film was remade in Hindi as The Gentleman in 1994 by Mahesh Bhatt starring Chiranjeevi.

Last To Surrender (1999)

Wen the partner of Nick Ford (Roddy Piper), a hardnosed American cop, is killed in a violent shoot-out in Chinatown, he is paired with Wu Yin (Han Soo Ong), a cop from China to take down a vicious narcotics dealer. But don't expect this pair to get along! This crime-filled action caper is peppered with moments of humor stemming from the mismatch of this hard-as-nails odd couple.

Toz Ruhu (2014)

A day-cleaner in Istanbul is happy to live a simple life, providing he has enough time to write and perform his Arabesque pop songs on the side.

Flowers and Trees (1932)

The story of the cartoon concerns two trees in love who are threatened by a jealous old stump that attempts to burn the forest down in order to destroy them. But he only succeeds in reducing himself to ash. The forest revives and celebrates the wedding. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Humanité (1999)

Humanité (French: L'humanité) is a 1999 film directed by Bruno Dumont. It tells the story of a policeman who has lost touch with his emotions and has to investigate the rape and murder of a schoolgirl. In the process he begins to relate to other humans again. The film is shot with little dialogue in a contemplative and symbolical style which corresponds to the policeman's character and his method of investigation.

Karski & The Lords Of Humanity (2015)

Detailing the life of Jan Karski, a member of the Polish underground who infiltrated ghettos and brought reports of Nazi war crimes to the Allies.

Blondie in Society (1941)

Blondie in Society is a 1941 black and white comedy film, directed by Frank R. Strayer. It is the ninth of the 28 Blondie films.

El misterio del Trinidad (2003)

A man (Eduardo Palomo) inherits his father's boat after the latter dies while looking for a sunken Spanish galleon.

Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell (1968)

After an airplane is forced to crash-land in a remote area, its passengers find themselves face-to-face with an alien force that wants to possess them body and soul—and perhaps take over the entire human race. Filled with creatively repulsive effects—including a very invasive bloblike life-form—Hajime Sato’s Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell is a pulpy, apocalyptic gross-out.

The Ouija Board (1920)

Friends incur the wrath of an ancient demon after they play with an old Ouija board.

Dawn on the Great Divide (1942)

Dawn on the Great Divide is a 1942 American film directed by Howard Bretherton based on James Oliver Curwood's 1913 short story "Wheels of Fate". It was the final film of Buck Jones.

The Green Buddha (1954)

The Green Carnation is a 1954 British crime film directed by John Lemont and starring Wayne Morris, Mary Germaine and Marcia Ashton. The film's sets were designed by John Stoll. The film was distributed by Republic Pictures, and is sometimes known by the alternative title of The Green Buddha.

Just Imagine (1930)

Just Imagine is a 1930 American pre-Code science fiction musical-comedy film, directed by David Butler. The film is known for its art direction and special effects in its portrayal of New York City in an imagined 1980. Just Imagine stars El Brendel, Maureen O'Sullivan, John Garrick and Marjorie White. The "man from 1930" was played by El Brendel, an ethnic vaudeville comedian of a forgotten type: the Swedish immigrant.

Curse of the Phoenix (2014)

When a young man is haunted by an apparition of a woman who believes he is her lost love, he must protect himself and his lover.