Nomads (1986)

Evil spirits haunt a French anthropologist (Pierce Brosnan) and inhabit the doctor (Lesley-Anne Down) who treats him.

Onmyoji II (2004)

A man (Mansai Nomura) must save nobility from demons searching for body parts.

Claudia (1985)

A rich Englishman's (Nicholas Ball) violence drives his wife (Deborah Raffin) to a lover (John Moulder-Brown), followed by murder and revenge.

Maddened by His Absence (2012)

Jacques leaves France after his son is killed in an accident, and he returns nine years later for his father's funeral.

Shaitaan (1974)

After the brutal deaths of Kanta Mirchandani and Sabrina, Bombay's Police Commissioner concludes it to be the work of a serial killer and assigns this case to Inspector Ashok.

Door Ki Awaaz (1964)

Prakash lives in Chandan Nagar along with his sister Mala his and widowed mom. During a train ride, Mala has an accident and is brought to hospital.

Dolfje Weerwolfje (2011)

When Alfie turns seven, he suddenly changes into a white fluffy werewolf. He struggles with understanding why this is happening to him, because the wolf at night is capable of doing things that the shy boy would not during the day.

The Wayshower (2011)

Jesus (Jsu Garcia) finds an ancient and powerful book that can answer all of his questions, but a dark force steals it, reigniting an age-long battle that Jesus must win on his own.

Trader Horn (1931)

Famous African explorer Trader Horn (Harry Carey) sails to a small village with Peru (Duncan Renaldo), his best friend's son. That night, their camp is disrupted by the arrival of Trader's friend Edith Trent (Olive Carey), a missionary searching for her missing daughter, Nina (Edwina Booth). Shortly afterwards, Trader and Peru come across Edith's dead body. Continuing the expedition, they discover Nina is now the evil leader of a nearby tribe, and plans to sacrifice them.

Prison on Fire (1987)

Yiu (Tony Leung Ka Fai) is a young advertising executive in Hong Kong. One night, defending his father from attack, he accidentally shoves a street thug in front of a bus. Sentenced to three years in prison, Yiu is "fresh meat" for the hardened criminals and triad stooges that run things, and is preyed upon by sadistic guard Scarface (Roy Cheung). The virtuous Ching (Chow Yun-Fat) intervenes, teaching him the ropes of prison life, and a tender friendship develops between the two.

Kongo (1932)

Deep in the Zanzibar jungle, wheelchair-bound Flint (Walter Huston) rules over a native tribe with little other exposure to Europeans; his knowledge of hoary old vaudeville magic tricks leads them to believe he is a god. Driven nearly to insanity in his decades-long quest for revenge against Gregg Whitehall (C. Henry Gordon), the ivory trader who broke his spine and stole his wife, Flint kidnaps a convent initiate (Virginia Bruce) whom he believes to be Whitehall's daughter.

The Oregon Trail (1959)

A New York reporter (Fred MacMurray) follows a rumor of war out West and is captured by Indians.

The 33 of San José (2010)

In August 2010, the world watches as 33 trapped Chilean miners await rescue from a shelter approximately 2,300 feet underground.

Penumbra (2012)

A greedy, arrogant woman (Cristina Brondo) thinks she's hit the jackpot when she agrees to rent an apartment to a sinister client for several times what the property is worth.

My Best Holidays (2012)

An Algerian-Jewish family goes on vacation to Brittany in 1976, and they are met with distrust by the Roman Catholic locals at first. Once initial suspicions fade, they make friends and develop holiday romances.

Miss Mink of 1949 (1949)

Winning a mink coat brings nothing but trouble to a couple (Jimmy Lydon, Lois Collier) on a budget.

My African Safari (2012)

Rick Ray travels through the Great Rift Valley and coffee plantations of Kenya to see the landscape and Africa's animals.

Frontier Gun (1958)

The marshal (John Agar) of a helpless town stands up to an outlaw everyone's afraid of.

Blue, White, and Perfect (1942)

Private eye Michael Shayne (Lloyd Nolan) tracks industrial diamonds stolen by spies, bound for Honolulu.

Cambio de Suerte (2008)

In a neighborhood in Mexico City several stories take place, different characters come together without knowing that they have seen each other, talked to each other, found each other, and that their luck is about to change.

Lost in Limehouse (1933)

Sheerluck Jones is called in to rescue a woman from Chinese gangsters.

The Adopted (2011)

Marie patches things up with her friend, Lisa, after a new boyfriend causes friction. Then just as things begin to settle down, Marie is struck by a motorcycle and falls into a coma, from which she is unlikely to awake.

Gigola (2010)

Gigola, a temptress in 1960s Paris, begins a string of torrid affairs with enchanted women after her first mistress commits suicide.

Young Jesse James (1960)

When Union troops hang the father of young Jesse James (Ray Stricklyn), he joins the violently pro-Confederate Quantrill's Raiders, meeting gunslinger Cole Younger (Willard Parker). At first, Jesse is jolted by the bloodshed. But, when the Raiders bring in Union prisoners, and one of them is the man who lynched his father, the teen guns the killer down. His thirst for revenge is satisfied, but not his new-found taste for blood. The Civil War soon ends, but Jesse's crime spree is just beginning.

In Harm's Way (2011)

Michael has a happy life with his girlfriend -- until he meets up with old drug-dealing friends -- then he becomes involved in a deadly situation with an international criminal.

Twelve Hours to Kill (1960)

A murder witness must flee after he learns that the police assigned to protect him are in cahoots with the killers.

In Another Lifetime (2011)

Near the end of World War II, Nazis force Hungarian Jews into a death march.

Deadly Record (1960)

A pilot, accused of murdering his estranged wife, sets out to vindicate himself.

Flaming Frontier (1958)

A part-Indian cavalry captain (Bruce Bennett) tries to head off a war with the Dakota.

Position Among the Stars (2011)

Through the eyes of Rumidjah, an old Christian woman living in Jakarta, the filmmaker shows the economically changing society of Indonesia.

Cat-Women of the Moon (1953)

They wear black tights and lure astronauts (Sonny Tufts, Victor Jory, Marie Windsor) lunar.

Money or Bullets (2012)

Orlando flees from Colombia and moves to the United States to live with his aunt. Then Orlando meets Jairo and leaves behind his humble life when he sees the easy money and power that comes from being a criminal.

The Assailant (2009)

A Brazilian fighter (Alton Carmo) must avenge the murder of his martial-arts mentor.

La Scuola e Finita (2010)

Two divorcing teachers (Valeria Golino, Vincenzo Amato) try to help a musically gifted high-school student (Fulvio Forti).

Happy Birthday, Gemini (1980)

Friends from Harvard drop in on the effeminate son (Alan Rosenberg) of a working-class Philadelphian (Robert Viharo).

Music from the Big House (2010)

Singer Rita Chiarelli performs for inmates at a Louisiana prison.

Siete Muertes Para el Texano (1987)

A father hires a cowboy to protect his family at the border, but the daughter is kidnapped and the mother is murdered.

6.5 Special (1958)

Two teenage girls (Dianne Todd, Avril Leslie) take a train to London with several pop acts rehearsing for a TV show.

Cowboy Cavalier (1948)

A musical cowboy and his sidekick help the female owner of a stagecoach line.

Mental (2012)

After his wife is committed to a psychiatric facility, a distracted politician (Anthony LaPaglia) hires a crazy hitchhiker (Toni Collette) to take care of his five dysfunctional daughters.

Cowboy Holiday (1934)

A cowboy tries to stop the reign of terror of a disguised outlaw.

Dancing Mothers (1926)

Neglected by her philandering husband and her busy daughter (Clara Bow), a woman (Alice Joyce) makes a play for the man both she and her daughter love.

Hello Brother (1999)

A ghost (Salman Khan) seeking revenge for his death haunts the man (Arbaaz Khan) who received his heart in a transplant.

Triple Bogey on a Par 5 Hole (1991)

An unseen screenwriter (Eric Mitchell) asks three heirs on a yacht about their parents, slain on a golf course.

Rajaji (1999)

A man (Govinda) hopes to marry for money but loves a poor woman, while his father wants him to be a workaholic.

Thoroughbred (2011)

A behind-the-scenes look at the world of horse racing as owners, trainers and jockeys prepare for the 2009 Kentucky Derby.

Bhrashtachar (1989)

Journalist Bhavani intends to expose and bring to justice a corrupt politician who pretends to be a social worker. However, she soon finds herself trapped in a web of conspiracies.

Babylon (2012)

Filmmakers document the construction, operation and dismantling of a massive refugee camp at a border checkpoint in Tunisia.

Grotesque (2009)

A doctor with extreme and depraved needs kidnaps a couple and forces them to compete in a game of torment that slowly erodes their hopes of survival.

Der letzte Fußgänger (1960)

A comedy directed by Wilhelm Thiele, featuring Heinz Erhardt.

Prisoner of Her Past (2010)

Sonia Reich survived the Holocaust as a child by running and hiding, 60 years later she thinks she is being hunted again.

The Phantom Of The Open Hearth (1976)

Ralph (David Elliott) needs a date for the junior prom and has his eye on the gorgeous Daphne Bigelow (Tobi Pilavin). Alas, such bliss does not come to pass, and instead he finds himself asking the plain Wanda Hickey (Roberta Wallach). As the prom looms on the horizon, a series of farcical events disrupt Ralph's existence, among them his "old man" (James Broderick) winning a risque table lamp, a church softball game that gets violent and a near-revolution at the local movie house.

Snow (2012)

Parvati begins a new life in Canada after her family is swept away in the Asian tsunami.

Safari (1999)

On her way to set up a factory, a woman (Juhi Chawla) gets marooned on an island and meets a man (Sanjay Dutt) who helps her survive.

Transcending: The Wat Misaka Story (2010)

The life story of the first person of color to be drafted into what is now the NBA.

Bulandi (2000)

Dada Thakur is the head of a village and the people consider his word as the final verdict. However, when his own brother Arjun is accused of rape by a school teacher, his authority is put at stake.

Robo Vampire (1988)

An agent is brought back from the dead as an android.

Touched (1983)

Young lovers (Robert Hays, Kathleen Beller) escape from their mental hospital to make a life in the outside world.

Hail (2012)

Dan is released from jail and reunites with the love of his life, Leanne. When she is ripped away from him, Dan falls into a savage hallucinatory state as he searches for revenge.

Rainbow Fireflies (2011)

Yuta goes to a place he used to visit with his father and is transported back in time. When he comes back to the present, a miracle occurs to the former children of the village.

Maniac (1977)

A Southwestern millionaire (Stuart Whitman) hires a hit man (Oliver Reed) to fix a $5 million problem that won't go away.

My Name Is Pecos (1966)

Bandits search for a barrel of loot hidden by a witness to a stagecoach robbery.

Seven Thunders (1957)

In 1943 France, escaped British POWs Dave (Stephen Boyd) and Jim (Tony Wright) hide in a tiny apartment in the port city of Marseille, waiting for a ship to England. Despite streets teeming with German soldiers, the men boldly mingle with the French locals, including the vivacious Lise (Anna Gaylor), who they believe is helping to break the remaining prisoners out of the POW camp -- though she's actually a petty thief who may or may not work for shady Dr. Martout (James Robertson Justice).

Murder is Easy (1982)

An American tourist (Bill Bixby) snoops around an English village that has a high number of accidental deaths.

Tibetan Dog (2011)

After his mother dies, Jiantan has to leave Xi'an to live with his father on the Tibetan steppe, where he meets a golden dog that helps him cope with the new challenges ahead.

Crime of the Century (1946)

A reporter disappears mysteriously when he learns too much about a crime.

Sor Batalla (1990)

A nun is sent to a distant town ruled by an evil man and using her faith and joy tries to change him.

Chabelo y Pepito detectives (1974)

Chabelo and Pepito have conflicts with their neighbor, a grumpy and unfriendly old man than one day catches them.

The President Vanishes (1935)

The president (Arthur Byron) fakes his own kidnapping to draw public favor and keep the country out of war.

Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton (2013)

The twists and turns in the life of James Broughton, a pioneer filmmaker.

Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare (1987)

Satanic creatures interrupt a heavy-metal recording session.

Who Killed the White Llama? (2007)

A news story about a dead llama grips Bolivia while narcotics officers chase a couple (Erika Andia, Miguel Valverde) who are smuggling cocaine inside the wife's fake baby bump.

Instant Justice (1986)

When word reaches Marine Scott Youngblood (Michael Par) that his sister Kim (Lynda Bridges) is in trouble in Madrid, he immediately departs to help, only to find she's been murdered. What's more, the local authorities don't seem to be particularly concerned with finding her killer. With the help of Kim's friend Virginia (Tawny Kitaen), Scott decides to avenge her death himself, but quickly discovers the extent of Kim's involvement with Madrid's criminal underground.

Passport to Paradise (1932)

A penny-pinching globe-trotter (Jack Mulhall) crosses paths with a dethroned Andalusian princess (Blanche Mehaffey).

El Último Chinaco (1948)

A modern Robin Hood robs from the rich to help the poor and engages in an impossible love.

The Clamdigger's Daughter (1974)

In a New England seacoast town, a young woman enters into a forbidden romance with the son of her father's most-hated rival.

The Lion of St. Mark (1963)

Doge's son crosses swords and destinies with an adventuress as Usok pirates terrorize the Adriatic in 1620.

Raat (1992)

The Sharma move to a semi-urban location to a house which has a reputation. When strange things start happening in the house, the family begin to wonder if what is happening is supernatural.

Shaheed (1965)

The inspirational biography of one of India's greatest patriots Sardar Bhagat Singh.

MY VILLAGE, MY LOBSTER (2012)

Nicaragua's Miskito Indians support their families through jobs as lobster divers, but the hazardous occupation has cost many of them their health or their lives.

El Solitario (1964)

A gunman defends a rancher who is threatened with death because he does not want to sell his land to some cruel brothers.

Avtaar (1983)

Avtaar's sons leave him and his wife when they are financially independent. He and his wife are old and dependent on Sewak, but Avtaar must decide what to do at this stage of his life.

The Wildcatter (1937)

Convinced he can make a fortune in the oil business, a man leaves his wife behind to strike it rich in Texas.

Desenrola (2011)

When her mother has to spend three weeks traveling for work, 16-year-old Priscilla is left home alone and discovers that a school trip with friends can result in big changes.

Shubh Kamna (1983)

A compulsive do-gooder (Rakesh Roshan) tries to arrange a couple's marriage without asking if that's what they really want.

Série noire (1979)

A Paris mob flunky (Patrick Dewaere) falls for a girl (Marie Trintignant) who lures him into robbery and murder.

Moresque, obiettivo allucinante (1967)

A secret agent studying the history of art thefts winds up on the trail of a Renoir.

The Traitor Within (1942)

A truck driver and a spunky factory worker turn the tables on a corrupt politician.

Banarasi Thug (1962)

On his travels to find a bride, Shyam meets a con man, whose gang members strip Shyam of his money; things go from bad to worse as the groom ends up imprisoned in a village.

Arctic Flight (1952)

A pilot flying a big-game hunter in search of polar bears discovers his passenger is really a Russian agent.

Tangier Incident (1953)

An undercover agent poses as a black-market kingpin to break up a ring selling atomic secrets.

Murder at the Baskervilles (1937)

Returning to Baskerville Hall, brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes (Arthur Wontner) envisions a relaxing holiday with his dear friend Sir Henry Baskerville (Lawrence Grossmith). Soon, however, Holmes and his intrepid assistant, Dr. Watson (Ian Fleming), become ensnared in a plot to fix a prestigious race in which Baskerville's horse, Silver Blaze, is the favorite. When two people are found dead as a result of the gambling plot, suspicion falls on Holmes' bitter rival, Moriarty (Lyn Harding).

Sosúa: Make a Better World (2012)

Dominican and Jewish teenagers in the Washington Heights neighborhood put on a musical about the Dominican Republic's rescue of 800 Jews from the Nazis.

See You in You Tube (2008)

Internet users decide the fate of a love triangle involving two friends who fall for the same guy.

The Border Patrolman (1936)

A border cop rescues a spoiled young woman from ruffians and gradually wins her heart.

Shadows of the Past (2009)

Hoping to exorcize the demons of his past, an Australian cowboy (Marcus Pointon) decides to take another ride on the infamous bull that ended his rodeo career.

Down To The Sea In Ships (1923)

Whalers go harpooning, leaving a Quaker maiden (Marguerite Courtot) behind in 19th-century New Bedford, Mass.

Martial Arts Master Wong Fei Hung (1992)

A Japanese swordsman (Ching-Ying Lam) has an ulterior motive for becoming the ally of a martial arts school's new headmaster (Chin Kar Lok).

The Peachy Cobbler (1950)

A poor cobbler who gave his last piece of bread to hungry snowbirds gets some much-needed assistance from shoemaking elves.

The Cleaner (2012)

A forensic cleaner has a difficult time relating to other people until he becomes responsible for an 8-year-old orphan during an epidemic in Lima.