The Lost Son (1999)
Private investigator Xavier Lombard has seen it all, or so he thinks, until a routine missing person investigation in London leads him into a chilling, threatening mystery of the dark side- where he may lose his life- and even his soul. British Academy Award-winner Daniel Auteuil (JEAN DE FLORETTE), Nastassja Kinski (ONE NIGHT STAND) and Bruce Greenwood (THIRTEEN DAYS) star in this spine-tingling, film noir thriller about corruption, innocence and the terror of what goes on behind closed doors.
The Last Party (1993)
The Last Party is a documentary film co-written by and starring Robert Downey, Jr. Interviews and commentary cover moments of history during the 1992 presidential campaigns and investigate the issues of the day with Downey's particular brand of off-beat humor and satire. Although Downey's political sympathies are clear in the film, he lampoons both Democrats and Republicans equally, and provides elements of general social commentary, as well. The film also provides a snap-shot of Robert Downey, Jr., at a point in his life where he was falling into drug addiction that later led to an interruption in his career. Prominent persons who appeared in the documentary include: George H. W. Bush, Barbara Bush, Pat Buchanan, Bill Clinton, Patti Davis, Spike Lee, Jerry Brown, Roger Clinton, Oliver Stone, Al Sharpton, Dave Mustaine, Suzanne Soderberg, G. Gordon Liddy, Marc Levin, Sean Penn, John Kerry, Peter Jennings, Jerry Falwell, Oliver North, Chelsea Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Mario Cuomo, John Dean, John Ehrlichman, Betty Friedan, Al Gore, Tipper Gore, H.R. Haldeman, Tom Hayden, Jesse Jackson, Ted Kennedy, Ross Perot, Dan Quayle, Dan Rather, Ronald Reagan, Ann Richards, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Christian Slater.
Disorganized Crime (1989)
Disorganized Crime is a 1989 heist/comedy film set in Montana. It was written and directed by Jim Kouf and released through Touchstone Pictures. The ensemble cast includes Fred Gwynne, Lou Diamond Phillips, Rubén Blades, William Russ, Corbin Bernsen, Ed O'Neill, Daniel Roebuck and Hoyt Axton.
His And Her Christmas (2005)
His and Her Christmas is a 2005 television film directed by Farhad Mann and starring Dina Meyer and David Sutcliffe. It first aired on December 19, 2005 on Lifetime.
Hussy is a 1980 British film starring Helen Mirren, John Shea, and Paul Angelis, and directed by Matthew Chapman.
A Hijacking (2012)
A Hijacking (Danish: Kapringen) is a 2012 Danish thriller film written and directed by Tobias Lindholm about a ship hijacking. Pilou Asbæk and Søren Malling star as a cook taken hostage and the CEO that attempts to negotiate for his release, respectively. It premiered at the 69th Venice International Film Festival.
The House by the Cemetery (1981)
A young family moves from their cramped New York City apartment to a spacious new home in New England. But this is no ordinary house in the country: the previous owner was the deranged Dr. Freudstein, whose monstrous human experiments have left a legacy of bloody mayhem. Now, someone - or something - is alive in the basement, and home sweet home is about to become a horrific hell on earth. Catriona MacColl (CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD), Paolo Malco (THE NEW YORK RIPPER), Ania Pieroni (TENEBRE) and Dagmar Lassander (FORBIDDEN PHOTOS OF A LADY ABOVE SUSPICION) star in this outrageous Italian shocker from Lucio Fulci, 'The Godfather of Gore.' Considered to be one of the master's last great films, THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY is presented complete and uncut, featuring a mind-blowing onslaught of throat-ripping, skull-knifing, maggot-spewing and more!
The Haunting Of Molly Hartley (2008)
The Haunting of Molly Hartley is a 2008 American supernatural horror film written by John Travis and Rebecca Sonnenshine and directed by Mickey Liddell. The film, starring Haley Bennett, Chace Crawford, AnnaLynne McCord, and Jake Weber, was a critical failure but a mild commercial success.
High Tide (1987)
Story about a backup singer for an Elvis impersonator who re-enters her past when she leaves a tour in a small town and finds her daughter in a mobile home park.
The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1984)
The Hills Have Eyes Part 2 (1985) is director Wes Craven's notorious and bloody sequel to his 1977 horror classic. Two survivors from the original, Bobby (Robert Houston) and Rachel (who changed her name from Ruby, played by Janus Blythe), now own a dirt-bike team, whose first race will be held in the same desert from which they escaped death eight years before.
I Melt With You (2011)
I Melt with You is a 2011 American arthouse thriller film directed by Mark Pellington. It completed filming in September 2010. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2011. The film was critically panned.
Into The Arms Of Strangers: Stories Of The Kindertransport (2000)
The story of the child refugees who were transported to Britain to escape the Nazi Holocaust.
Is There Life Out There? (1994)
Is There Life Out There is a 1994 American television film starring Reba McEntire, who also sings the title song.
Icebreaker is a 2000 action film starring Sean Astin, Stacy Keach and Bruce Campbell and written and directed by David Giancola.
I Want Your Money (2010)
I Want Your Money is a 2010 American documentary film by filmmaker Ray Griggs. It contrasts Barack Obama to Ronald Reagan.
It Came from Somewhere Else (1988)
It Came from Somewhere Else is a 1988 motion picture comedy directed by Howard Hassler. It is a spoof of sci-fi films and is a B-movie. Kung fu aliens from space have invaded the small town of Grand Bosh, accompanied by a surge of spontaneous human combustion and other mysterious phenomena in this awkward spoof of 1950s sci-fi.
The Incredible Sarah (1976)
The Incredible Sarah is a 1976 British drama film directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Glenda Jackson. It presents dramatization of the acting career of Sarah Bernhardt.
It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time (1975)
It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time is a 1975 Canadian comedy film. It was one of John Candy's earlier films before he came to the attention of the mainstream. He plays the minor role of an investigating police officer. However, for marketing/publicity reasons, Candy appears on the cover of the DVD release.
In Search of Gregory (1969)
In Search of Gregory is a 1969 American drama film directed by Peter Wood and starring Julie Christie. Despite having a big name star like Christie, who at the time was one of the most popular and sought-after actresses in the world, the film only had a limited theatrical release (after being deemed so bad by test audiences, Universal decided to not give the film a wide release), garnering little to no attention. Christie only agreed to do the film because it was shot on location in the same area that her then-boyfriend, Warren Beatty, was filming The Only Game in Town with Elizabeth Taylor. That film, despite having two big name stars as well, met with a similar fate and was not widely released either.
The Last Time I Committed Suicide (1997)
In the idyllic postwar 1950s, young men across the country were aspiring to achieve the American dream of marriage, family and stability. But others longed for something different… Meet Neal Cassady. He's got a poet's soul, a dreamer's heart and a choice to make. Caught between the allure of a drifter's life on the road and the security of a traditional home, Neal must decide which future he most desires. Starring Keanu Reeves, Claire Forlani, Adrien Brody and Thomas Jane, The Last Time I Committed Suicide is the unforgettable story of love, friendship and discovering how to stay a beat ahead of the crowd.
Royal Tramp II (1992)
Royal Tramp II is a 1992 Hong Kong film based on Louis Cha's novel The Deer and the Cauldron. The film is a sequel to Royal Tramp, which was released earlier in the same year.
Liebestraum (German for "dream of love") is a 1991 American mystery film written and directed by Mike Figgis and starring Kevin Anderson, Pamela Gidley, Bill Pullman, Zach Grenier, Alicia Witt and Taina Elg, with Kim Novak in her last film role.
Living On Tokyo Time (1987)
Living on Tokyo Time is a 1987 film starring Minako Ohashi and Ken Nakagawa and directed by Steven Okazaki. It is a romantic comedy revolving around Japanese American rock musician Ken and his marriage of convenience to Kyoko, a young immigré from Japan who speaks limited English. The film received a nomination for a Grand Jury Prize at the 1987 Sundance Film Festival.
Leonard Part 6 (1987)
Bill Cosby is a retired master secret agent-turned-restaurateur who suddenly finds himself in the midst of a perilous madcap action-adventure to save the world from lobsters, frogs, ostriches and other denizens of the animal kingdom. This comedic action-adventure co-stars Tom Courtenay, Joe Don Baker, Moses Gunn.
Le prix du danger (1983)
Le Prix du Danger (The Prize of Peril) is a 1983 French-Yugoslav science fiction movie, directed by Yves Boisset. It is based on Robert Sheckley's short story "The Prize of Peril", published in 1958.
The Luck of Ginger Coffey (1964)
The Luck of Ginger Coffey is a 1964 film directed by Irvin Kershner. It was filmed in Montreal by Crawley Films. It is based on the Governor General's Award-winning novel by Northern Irish-Canadian writer Brian Moore.
Co-stars Robert Shaw and Mary Ure were real-life husband and wife.
Jack-Jack Attack (2005)
Jack-Jack Attack is a 2005 computer animated short film produced by Pixar based on their film The Incredibles, and directed by Brad Bird.
Unlike many of their previous shorts, it was not given a theatrical release, but was included on the DVD release of the film. The idea for this short came from an idea for a scene originally considered for inclusion in the film The Incredibles; it was cut from the feature and subsequently expanded into this short. The short is based on the baby, Jack-Jack, and takes place at around the same time as the events of the main film. From The Incredibles, the audience knows that Jack-Jack's babysitter Kari McKeen started experiencing difficulty with him shortly after hanging up the phone with his mother, Helen Parr (also known as Elastigirl or Mrs. Incredible).
Journey to Promethea (2010)
Journey to Promethea is a 2010 American epic fantasy film written and directed by Daniel Garcia, starring Billy Zane, Scott L. Schwartz, and Louis Herthum.
Journey of a Female Comic (2014)
The ups and downs in the career of Hollywood actress and comedian Kiki Melendez.
Joe The King (1999)
When the deck's stacked against you, it pays to keep a few aces up your sleeve. Actor Frank Whaley (SWIMMING WITH SHARKS) makes his writing/directing debut with this unflinching, loosely autobiographical look at Joe Henry (Noah Fleiss), a sensitive but tough working class kid who struggles valiantly to survive the colossal road blocks fate has placed in his path. The star-studded cast features Val Kilmer as Joe's drunken, abusive father, John Leguizamo as a cynical busboy at the local greasy spoon, Karen young as Joe's burnt-out mom and Ethan Hawke as his inept guidance counselor. With shattering honesty and unforgettable characters, JOE THE KING will command a permanent place in your heart.
Jimmy Hollywood (1994)
Jimmy Hollywood is a 1994 American comedy film written and directed by Barry Levinson and starring Joe Pesci and Christian Slater.
Joshua Then and Now (1985)
Joshua Then and Now is a 1985 film and a TV mini-series, adapted by Mordecai Richler from his semi-autobiographical novel Joshua Then and Now. James Woods starred as the adult Joshua, Gabrielle Lazure as his wife, and Alan Arkin as Joshua's father. It was directed by Ted Kotcheff who had previously directed Richler's The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz. The film depicts Joshua growing up in his Montreal neighborhood, and then his adventures as a modestly successful writer. He marries the "golden shiksa" of his dreams, but eventually everything around him crumbles and he must act quickly to recover it all. A comedic drama, the film moves quickly without lingering for long on any incident and tells a connected complete narrative. Alan Arkin is frequently noted in reviews for an outstanding performance. The cast included Michael Sarrazin as Kevin Hornby (Pauline's brother), Robert Joy as Colin Fraser (Pauline's first husband), Linda Sorenson as Esther Shapiro (Joshua's mother), Alan Scarfe as Jack Trimble, Ken Campbell as Sidney Murdoch, Kate Trotter as Jane Trimble, Alexander Knox as Senator Hornby, and Eric Kimmel as young Joshua. Filmed on location in Montreal, London, Brockville, and Ottawa. Rated R. It has been transcribed to VHS (1986) and DVD.
Just You and Me, Kid (1979)
Just You and Me, Kid is a 1979 comedy film starring George Burns, Brooke Shields, Lorraine Gary, Ray Bolger, Leon Ames, Carl Ballantine, Keye Luke and Burl Ives. It was directed by Leonard B. Stern and was released in July 1979 by Columbia Pictures. It is rated PG for brief nudity and adult language.
Journey to the Center of Time (1967)
Journey to the Center of Time is a 1967 U.S. science fiction film, directed by David L. Hewitt, and starring Scott Brady and Anthony Eisley. It is a remake of The Time Travelers (1964), and was also known as Time Warp.
Land Raiders (1970)
A ruthless Arizona rancher, Vince Cardenas (Telly Savalas, TV’s “Kojak”), believes in only two things: land and power. So when the US government announces its plan to give Forge River Valley to the Indians, Vince kills Washington’s envoy and frames the Apache for his murder. Inciting the townspeople to attack and wipe out the tribe, Vince plans to claim the two million acres for himself. And all that stands in his way is Paul (George Maharis, Route 66), his vengeance-obsessed brother, who's just learned Vince was his fiancée’s secret lover, and may be the man responsible for her drowning all those years ago. Newly remastered.
Land of the Free (1998)
Land of the Free is a 1998 film directed by Jerry Jameson and starring Jeff Speakman and William Shatner.
Last Summer In The Hamptons (1995)
Last Summer in the Hamptons is a 1995 ensemble comedy-drama film directed by Henry Jaglom and released by Rainbow Releasing and Live Entertainment.
The plot revolves around a family of theatre actors, directors, and playwrights spending their last summer together at their matriarch's (Viveca Lindfors as Helena Mora) home in the Hamptons. The summer house, named Proskurov (after Jaglom's father), is being sold as the family can no longer afford to keep it. Proskurov has been the site of an intimate outdoor theatrical performance for many summers, and the family (and Helena's interns) are preparing the final details of the show when successful Hollywood actress Oona Hart (Victoria Foyt) arrives. The film explores the dark underbelly of the family (with metaphorical help from Anton Chekhov, Aeschylus, and Tennessee Williams) as Oona attempts to attach herself to them and their theatrical endeavors as she seeks to leave Hollywood and embark on a stage career.
Love at First Sight (2008)
A clumsy woman (Mary Ann McDonald) falls in love with a man (Dan Aykroyd) blinded by a solar eclipse.
She Beast (1966)
The She Beast (Italian title: La Sorella di Satana; also known as Revenge of the Blood Beast) is a 1966 British-Italian horror film written and directed by Michael Reeves. The film stars Barbara Steele, John Karlsen and Ian Ogilvy. Although Ogilvy had already acted in a few television series in the early 1960s, this was his first full feature film debut. There is a restored widescreen version of the film on DVD released in 2009 by Dark Sky Films with an audio commentary by producer Maslansky and stars Ogilvy and Steele.
Lady Frankenstein (1971)
Lady Frankenstein (Italian: La Figlia di Frankenstein) is a 1971 Italian horror film directed by Mel Welles. It stars Rosalba Neri (under the pseudonym Sara Bey), Joseph Cotten, Mickey Hargitay and Paul Müller. The script was written by cult writer Edward di Lorenzo.
Last Lives (1997)
A scientist gives a man (C. Thomas Howell) extra lives to rescue his bride (Jennifer Rubin), kidnapped by a telepath (Billy Wirth) from a parallel universe.
L!fe Happens (2012)
Krysten Ritter, Kate Bosworth and Rachel Bilson star in this sharp and witty comedy about single living, friendship and the joys of life’s curveballs. When a one-night-stand results in an unexpected pregnancy, things take a sudden turn for Kim (Ritter) and her roommates, Deena (Bosworth) and Laura (Bilson). Jumping back into the dating scene, Kim copes with single motherhood amid fears that toting a tot will be a dating buzz-kill. Costarring Jason Biggs, Justin Kirk and Kristen Johnston.
Lord of the Dance in 3D (2011)
Lord Of The Dance In 3-D is a movie based around Irish folklore. The movie is based around a dance that tells a story.
The movie was created in 3-D so that viewers felt that they were actually apart of the movie and able to feel the story all around them.
Lord Of The Dance is said to be based on stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. Each learning the dance that tells the story about good and evil.
Life Blood (2009)
Life Blood is a supernatural horror thriller film released in 2009. The film was directed and produced by Ron Carlson.
Liquid Bridge (2003)
Liquid Bridge is a 2003 Australian film starring Ryan Kwanten. The film concerns aspiring pro surfer Nick McCallum (Kwanten), who is held back from achieving fame by his disabled father. However, after being framed for smuggling drugs and jailed, he fights to prove his innocence.
The Hunting Party (1971)
Brandt Ruger (Gene Hackman) is a rich cattle rancher. He has a bad relationship with his wife, Melissa (Candice Bergen), whom he treats like a possession. While Brandt is away from home on a hunting trip, Frank Calder (Oliver Reed), a brazen outlaw, kidnaps Melissa and holds her for ransom. Frank, however, treats Melissa better than her own husband does, and before long she begins to develop feelings for him. When Brandt returns, he's enraged and vows to take violent revenge against Frank.
Heart Of The Beholder (2005)
Heart of the Beholder is a 2005 drama film that was written and directed by Ken Tipton. It is based on Tipton's own experience as the owner of a chain of videocassette rental stores in the 1980s. Tipton and his family had opened the first videocassette rental stores in St. Louis in 1980; their business was largely destroyed by a campaign of Christian fundamentalists who objected to the chain's carrying the film The Last Temptation of Christ for rental.
The film won "Best Feature Film" awards at several film festivals. Critic Ryan Cracknell summarized the film, "There's no shortage of material for writer-director Ken Tipton to work with here. That alone makes Heart of the Beholder a film of interest. It is in many ways a politically charged film as it touches on issues of freedom of speech, religious beliefs and all out fanaticism. Still, I didn't think it was charged with enough balance and I think a large part had to do with the film's inconsistent pacing."
The Hitch-Hiker (1953)
The Hitch-Hiker is a 1953 film noir, directed by Ida Lupino, about two fishing buddies who pick up a mysterious hitchhiker during a trip to Mexico. The movie was written by Robert L. Joseph, Lupino, and her husband Collier Young, based on a story by blacklisted Out of the Past screenwriter Daniel Mainwaring (who did not receive screen credit). The film is based on the true story of psychopathic murderer Billy Cook. It is regarded as the first American mainstream film noir directed by a woman. The director of photography was RKO Pictures regular Nicholas Musuraca. In 1998, The Hitch-Hiker was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant."
Here Come The Tigers (1978)
Here Come the Tigers is a 1978 American sports comedy film directed by Sean S. Cunningham.
The Hagstone Demon (2011)
The Hagstone Demon is a 2009 American horror film directed by Jon Springer and starring Mark Borchardt as a drunken ex-reporter plagued by demonic forces. Borchardt, who is best known as the subject of the cult documentary American Movie (1999), appears in a rare leading role in this film.
Harlem Aria (1999)
A hustler (Damon Wayans) plans to exploit a slow-witted tenor (Gabriel Casseus) and the classically trained pianist (Christian Camargo) he found playing in a park.
The Happy Hooker Goes To Washington (1977)
The Happy Hooker goes to Washington is a 1977 comedy film directed by William A. Levey. It was the sequel to The Happy Hooker, which was released in 1975. Joey Heatherton replaced Lynn Redgrave as the lead character of Xaviera Hollander.
The film's tagline was, "She served her country... the only way she knew how!"
Joe E. Ross, Larry Storch and Rip Taylor are among the celebrities who make cameos.
Hit Favorites: Preschool Fun (2011)
In the anthology movie HIT Favorites: Preschool Fun, children are taken on eight amazing adventures featuring some of their favorite childhood characters from TV and stories. Included stars include Barney the Dinosaur, Thomas the Tank Engine, Bob the Builder and more.
Harlem Blues (2003)
When Ishmael is released from prison, he is forced to return to the life on the streets that he thought he had left behind. Determined to survive, he trains as a professional fighter, and struggles to stay out of the world of gangs, drugs and turf war.
Haunted Boat (2005)
Six teenagers must confront their fears while lost at sea.
Hotel Colonial (1987)
Hotel Colonial is a 1987 adventure film directed by Cinzia Th. Torrini and written by Enzo Monteleone, Cinzia Th. Torrini, Robert Katz and Ira Barmak. The film stars John Savage, Rachel Ward, Massimo Troisi, Robert Duvall and Anna Galiena. The film was released on September 18, 1987, by Orion Pictures.
Happenstance is a 2000 French film directed by Laurent Firode and starring Audrey Tautou and Faudel. The film is also known as The Beating of the Butterfly's Wings, a literal translation of its original French title, Le battement d'ailes du papillon. The title references the Butterfly effect from chaos theory which is quoted at greater length by one of the characters in the film.
Hard Men (1997)
Hard Men is a British crime movie that was directed by J. K. Amalou. A forerunner to Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels, it was originally shown 28 October 1996 at the London Film Festival. It was released in cinemas in 1997.
How I Got Into College (1989)
How I Got Into College is a 1989 romantic comedy film directed by Savage Steve Holland, starring Anthony Edwards, Corey Parker, and Lara Flynn Boyle and produced & released by 20th Century Fox. This is the film debut for then-future voice actor Tom Kenny.
Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers (1988)
Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers is a 1988 American comedy horror B-movie directed by Fred Olen Ray, and starring Gunnar Hansen, Linnea Quigley, Jay Richardson and Michelle Bauer.
Howling IV: The Original Nightmare (1988)
Howling IV: The Original Nightmare is a 1988 direct-to-video horror film directed by John Hough from a screenplay by Freddie Rowe and Clive Turner. Starring Romy Windsor, Michael T. Weiss, Antony Hamilton, Susanne Severeid and Lamya Derval. "The Original Nightmare" is the fourth entry in the series of seven stand-alone films with loose continuity and not so much a sequel, but, a more faithful adaptation of Gary Brandner's source novel The Howling (1981) (hence the title).
International Video Entertainment (IVE) released this film directly to home video in 1988. Platinum Disc Corporation (now Echo Bridge Home Entertainment) released it on DVD in 2004 and it has been released numerous times since. It was filmed on location in South Africa.
Hide and Go Shriek (1988)
Hide and Go Shriek (also known as Close Your Eyes and Pray) is a 1987 American horror film. It was directed by Skip Schoolnik, who had already served as an editor on several films, including Halloween II. Screenplay by Michael Kelly. The film was given a limited theatrical release with an R rating; an alternate video version, containing only a little more violence, was released unrated.
American Crude (2008)
Rob Schneider (Deuce Bigalow), Ron Livingston (Office Space), Jennifer Esposito (Taxi) and Michael Clarke Duncan (School for Scoundrels) give hilarious performances in this off-beat comedy! For years, Johnny (Livingston) had been successful devising schemes that would help him achieve the American Dream. Until the night he throws a bachelor party for his best friend. Now, before the frantic evening is over, all his best-laid plans comes crashing down as the paths of several highly eccentric characters (including a transsexual prostitute, a runaway virgin, a gorgeous gone-wilding ex-con and a porn king) converge in this seriously twisted comedy where no deed - good or bad - goes unpunished.
All About You (2001)
All About You is a 2001 African American romantic comedy film that was written and directed by Christine Swanson. The film stars Renee Goldsberry as a woman who tries to find love and ends up in a complicated romantic triangle. The film had its world premiere on August 4, 2001, at the Urbanworld Film Festival. Swanson initially had some difficulty in finding a distributor for the film, as distributors stated it was "not edgy enough".
Swanson released a followup entitled All About Us in 2007.
Three company executives have died in recent "accidents" and it doesn't take a brilliant scientific mind to reason that something is desperately wrong--dangerously wrong] When Eric Powers discovers that his peacetime inventions are being used to create wartime weaponry for profits, it is no "accident" that he suddenly finds himself the next target.
All I Want for Christmas (2013)
A Christmas pin magically allows an executive (Melissa Sagemiller) to hear the unspoken thoughts of others.
Carlos Castaneda: Enigma of a Sorcerer (2004)
The author develops a huge following while causing controversy with his writings and teachings.
The Christmas Bunny (2010)
A lonely foster child (Sophie Bolen) finds an injured rabbit on Christmas Eve and brings it to the Bunny Lady (Florence Henderson) to nurse it back to health.
A detective weaves through a web of deceit when a faithful husband (Siaka Massaquoi) faces accusations of rape.
Crocodile is a 1996 South Korean film. It was the directorial debut of Ki-duk Kim and stars Cho Jae-hyun as "Crocodile".
The film tells the story of a man living at the edge of the Han River in Seoul, who saves a woman trying to commit suicide. He then proceeds to rape and abuse her until an odd relationship develops between them.
Countryman (1982) is an independent action/adventure film directed by Dickie Jobson. It tells the story of a Jamaican fisherman whose solitude is shattered when he rescues two Americans from the wreckage of a plane crash. The fisherman, called Countryman, is hurled into a political plot by the dangerous Colonel Sinclair. Countryman uses his knowledge of the terrain and his innate combat skills to survive. The film was shot in Jamaica and featured a reggae soundtrack performed by Lee "Scratch" Perry and Bob Marley & the Wailers. It was produced by Island Records founder Chris Blackwell and has become a cult classic.
Christmas Evil (1980)
A toy factory worker, mentally scarred as a child upon learning Santa Claus is not real, suffers a nervous breakdown after being belittled at work, and embarks on a Yuletide killing spree.
Cuba Crossing (1980)
Cuba Crossing, also known as Assignment: Kill Castro, is a 1980 action film directed by Chuck Workman and distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film features Stuart Whitman, Robert Vaughn, Woody Strode, Albert Salmi, and Michael Gazzo.
Conduct Unbecoming (1975)
Conduct Unbecoming is a 1975 British drama film, an adaptation of the Barry England play Conduct Unbecoming, first staged in 1969. It was directed by Michael Anderson and starred an ensemble cast of actors including Michael York, Richard Attenborough and Trevor Howard.
The Centerfold Girls (1974)
The Centerfold Girls (1974) is a thriller directed by John Peyser and distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film is about a sadistic serial killer (Andrew Prine) who targets the centerfolds of popular men's magazines.
The Carey Treatment (1972)
At a Boston hospital, Dr. Carey becomes an amateur sleuth to help clear a colleague who's accused of botching an illegal abortion that kills a 15 year old girl.
Carry On Loving (1970)
Carry On Loving is the twentieth in the series of Carry On films to be made, and was released in 1970. It features series regulars Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Hattie Jacques, Terry Scott and Bernard Bresslaw alongside newcomers Richard O'Callaghan (in his first Carry On) and Jacki Piper (in her second). Carry On Loving featured Imogen Hassall in her only Carry on role. Compared to earlier films in the series it features more open bawdiness rather than evasive innuendo. There are fictitious locations named for their sexual innuendo, including 'Much-Snogging-On-The-Green', 'Rogerham Mansions' and 'Dunham Road'.
The Chairman (1969)
The Chairman (or alternatively The Most Dangerous Man in the World) is a 1969 spy film starring Gregory Peck. It was directed by J. Lee Thompson. The screenplay was by Ben Maddow, based on a novel by Jay Richard Kennedy.
Carry On Camping (1969)
Sid Boggle (Sidney James) and Bernie Lugg (Bernard Bresslaw) decide to take their girlfriends on a camping holiday. No ordinary camping holiday, though, as unknown to the girls, they are heading for a nudist camp. On arrival, however, they discover that they have been misled - to Sid and Bernie’s disappointment, everyone is fully clothed!
Dragon Hunter (2008)
Two orphaned brothers lead a quest to defeat the ferocious fire-breathing dragons that are decimating the land, but only the fabled Dragon Hunter can win this battle.
Dance With Me (1998)
Dance with Me is a 1998 drama film on love and dance directed by Randa Haines and starring Vanessa L. Williams and Puerto Rican singer Chayanne.
Deck The Halls (2005)
Deck the Halls is a 2005 made-for-television Christmas film starring Gabrielle Carteris and Steve Bacic. The premise revolves around a newly widowed woman and her young son who move to a new neighborhood and meet a marketing specialist who turns out to be more than he initially appears.
Bowery Blitzkrieg (1941)
Bowery Blitzkrieg is a 1941 film and the sixth installment of the East Side Kids series. The film "introduced" Huntz Hall in his first of the East Side Kids film series.
It was released in the United Kingdom under the title Stand and Deliver.
American Brawler (2013)
A struggling martial arts teacher must compete in an underground fight ring order to save his brother from a crime boss and reunite with his family.
Beach Balls (1988)
A California beach boy (Philip Paley) and his sister like a beach girl (Heidi Helmer) and her lifeguard brother.
Blink Of An Eye (1992)
Terrorists seeking weapons-grade plutonium face a U.S. agent (Michael Paré) trained as a deadly psychic warrior.
Bob the Builder: Digging for Treasure (2005)
Bob and his buddy scoop build things. They build big things. This time Bob and Scoop are digging a ditch and the find dinosaur bones. Bob just found a treasure, and he must give it to the local museum so it is safe.
But not so fast, says Spud. Spud is trying to stop Bob the Builder and Scoop from delivering all the treasure pieces. Spud made a museum of his own out of the dinosaur bones. But not to worry, Bob the Builder and Scoop save the treasure by alerting Scrubby the detective of the misdeeds of Spud.
Beer Wars (2009)
Beer Wars is a 2009 documentary film about the American beer industry. In particular, it covers the differences between large corporate breweries, namely Anheuser-Busch, the Miller Brewing Company, and the Coors Brewing Company opposed to smaller breweries like Dogfish Head Brewery, Moonshot 69, Yuengling, Stone Brewing Co., and other producers of craft beer. Also covered is how advertising and lobbyists are used to control the beer market, implying that these things harm competition and consumer choice.
Throughout the film there is a theme that the smallest breweries have next to no chance to compete due to the sheer volume of advertising and outdated beer distribution laws. The original laws demanded a three tier system to separate the powers of selling beer. The law demands that the beer brewer cannot deliver directly to the retailer, supposedly creating a separation of powers resembling the US government's legislative, judicial, and executive branches. The film claims these laws are now inhibiting growth of smaller brewers and therefore allowing the largest brewers (Coors, Anheuser-Busch, and Miller) to maintain an oligopoly on beer.
The film was written, produced, narrated, and directed by Anat Baron, former head of Mike's Hard Lemonade. The film is now available on DVD.
The Best Of Times (1986)
The Best of Times is a 1986 American comedy film directed by Roger Spottiswoode and written by Ron Shelton. It stars Robin Williams and Kurt Russell as two friends attempting to relive a high school football game.
Cool as Ice (1991)
Top recording artist Vanilla Ice stars in his first motion picture in this exciting film featuring hot action and chart-topping music. Vanilla Ice portrays Johnny, a freewheeling, motorcycle-riding musician who rolls into a small town with his band. There he meets Kathy (Kristin Minter), a high school honor student who catches his eye and his heart. But can a "good" girl like Kathy fall for such a "bad" guy? It's modern romance with a beat in this fast-paced film with stunning visual style and a hit soundtrack.
The Dark Side of the Sun (1988)
The Dark Side of the Sun is a 1988 American-Yugoslavian drama film directed by Božidar Nikolić and stars Brad Pitt in his first leading role as a young man in search of a cure for a dreaded skin disease. Director Božidar Nikolić picked Brad Pitt out of 400 candidates for the main role. Brad Pitt was very happy for the pick and was only paid $1523 for seven weeks of filming in 1988. Nikolic said that film was then shelved do to lack of entertainment value. Movie was released directly to video in 1997.
Dead End (1998)
Noted New York ganster Baby Face Martin, who grew up in the neighborhood, decides to come home to visit his mother and the girl he left behind. While he is there he hooks up with Dave Connell, a former friend who is now a struggling architect. At first Connell is a little disturbed that "Marty" is back in the neighborhood, but he goes along with him. When Marty sees his mother, she rejects him because of what he has become. He later sees his girl, who is now a prostitute in the throes of syphilis. All this drives Marty to the edge, which leads to the plot to kidnap the nephew of a prominent judge. When Dave finds out about this, he decides to take matters into his own hands and try to stop Martin's plot.
The Drifter (1988)
The Drifter is a 1988 thriller movie starring Kim Delaney, Timothy Bottoms, Al Shannon, Miles O'Keeffe, and Anna Garduno. The film is about a successful single woman who picks up a mysterious hitchhiker on a deserted road. The film was directed and written by Larry Brand.
Dislecksia: The Movie (2011)
Dislecksia: The Movie is a documentary film. It was created in 2013 by Captured Time Productions, LLC, a production company based in Litchfield, Connecticut. Dislecksia is the company's seventh film. It is directed by Emmy Award-winning director Harvey Hubbell V, who is a dyslexic himself.
Deewana is a 1952 Bollywood romantic drama movie directed and produced by Abdul Rashid Kardar. It was written by S. N. Banerji and edited by M. S. Hajee. It narrates the tragic love story of a prince and a nomadic woman who get married to each other, then get separated from each other and when they finally reunite together they find themselves bereaved at the loss of their only son. It stars Suraiya, Sumitra and Suresh in the leading roles, with Shyam Kumar, Ramesh, Madan Puri, S N Banerji, Amirbai Karnataki, Mumtazbai, Neelambai and Amir Bano in supporting roles. The dialogues of this film were written by Jagdish Kanwal. The music was composed by the renowned musician Naushad, with lyrics penned by Shakeel Badayuni.
Eastern Condors (1987)
Eastern Condors (Chinese: 東方禿鷹) is a 1987 Hong Kong action film directed by Sammo Hung, who also starred in the lead role. The film co-stars Yuen Biao, Joyce Godenzi, Yuen Wah, Lam Ching-ying, Yuen Woo-ping, Corey Yuen and Billy Chow. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 9 July 1987.
It was set in the aftermath of the Vietnam War. Although set in Vietnam, the most of the film was shot in the Philippines. The scenes set in the United States were actually filmed in Canada. The ensembles of convict soldiers in the film are reminiscent of similar squads in American action war films like The Dirty Dozen. Hung believed his normal size and body shape, whilst suited to his comedic characters in his other films, would be inappropriate for a soldier. In order to get into shape for the lead role, Hung lost 30 pounds in 3 months, by surviving on a diet of nothing but chicken and rice.
The Dark Side of Midnight (1984)
The Dark Side of Midnight (also known as The Creeper) is a 1984 thriller written and directed by Wes Olsen. The plot follows a detective on the trail of a serial killer known as 'The Creeper', whose relentless string of murders are terrorizing the residents of a small town.
The film is currently distributed by Troma Entertainment.
Deadly Eyes (1982)
Deadly Eyes (Also known as The Rats, Rats and Night Eyes) is a 1982 Canadian horror film directed by Robert Clouse, very loosely based on the horror novel The Rats by James Herbert. It was also Golden Harvest's only horror film. The story revolves around giant black rats who begin eating the residents of Toronto after ingesting contaminated grain.
Dear Mr. Wonderful (1982)
Dear Mr. Wonderful (also known as Ruby's Dream in some US video releases) is a 1982 movie starring Joe Pesci.
Dot and the Kangaroo (1977)
Dot and the Kangaroo is a 1977 Australian film which combines animation and live-action. It is based on children's literature book Dot and the Kangaroo by Ethel Pedley.