A Most Violent Year (2014)

A Most Violent Year is a 2014 American period crime drama film written and directed by J. C. Chandor. The film stars Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain with Alessandro Nivola, David Oyelowo, Albert Brooks, and Catalina Sandino Moreno. The protagonist is Abel Morales (Isaac), the owner of a small heating oil company who is stressed by the competitiveness in the oil trade and having to secure costly loans to expand his business. When his truck drivers start getting hijacked, there is increased pressure for him and his drivers to arm themselves. Its world premiere was the opening film of the AFI Fest on November 6, 2014, and was released theatrically on December 31, 2014. The film garnered positive reviews, and won the National Board of Review Award for Best Film.

I'd Give My Life (1936)

I'd Give My Life is a 1936 American drama film directed by Edwin L. Marin and written by George O'Neil. The film stars Guy Standing, Frances Drake, Tom Brown, Janet Beecher, Robert Gleckler and Helen Lowell. The film was released on August 14, 1936, by Paramount Pictures.

Bill Maher... But I'm Not Wrong (2010)

In his standup special, Bill Maher maintains the same sarcastic tone as his previous specials. The title "But I'm Not Wrong" fits the special, as he presents his jokes in a manner that says his opinions are strongly backed by fact and should be supported. Bill Maher is known for his work as a political commentator, producer and actor and host of "Real Time with Bill Maher." In his most recent special, nobody, not the current and past presidents or people of other races, are safe from Maher's quick wit. During the special, Cait Mathis makes an appearance as Burqa Girl.

Cinematic Titanic: East Meets Watts (2009)

Kung Fu hits the streets! Young Larry Chin arrives from China looking for his long-lost brother and stumbles into some shady characters that'd just as soon see him go home - or get dead. He crosses paths with Stud Brown, and the two become an unlikely duo as they fight to clean up the 'hood, and make time for some lady loves they meet along the way. And hang on tight for the surprise twist ending. It's all living color kungsploitation glory, live with Cinematic Titanic.

Triumph of the Ten Gladiators (1964)

Triumph of the Ten Gladiators (Italian: Il trionfo dei dieci gladiatori is a 1964 peplum film written and directed by Nick Nostro and starring Dan Vadis. It is the sequel of Gianfranco Parolini's The Ten Gladiators, and it was followed by Spartacus and the Ten Gladiators.

Mr. Wong in Chinatown (1939)

Mr. Wong in Chinatown is a 1939 American mystery film directed by William Nigh and starring Boris Karloff as Mr. Wong.

The Red Chapel (2009)

The Red Chapel (Danish: Det Røde Kapel) is a 2009 Danish documentary film directed by Mads Brügger. It chronicles the visit of Brügger and Danish comedians who are adopted from Korea, Jacob Nossell and Simon Jul to North Korea under the pretense of a small theatre troupe on a cultural exchange. This is also the first time the two comedians have ever visited North Korea. The entire trip is a ruse: the trio are actually trying to get a chance to portray the absurdity of the pantomime life they are forced to lead in the DPRK. The film turns deeply emotional as Jacob Nossell has spastic paralysis and North Korea has been accused of disposing of the disabled. The film won Best Nordic Documentary at Nordisk Panorama 2009 and Best Foreign Documentary at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival where it was included in the Official Selection. It is filmed and edited by René Johannsen. The film features roughly the same contents as the 4-part documentary series Det Røde Kapel.

King of the Stallions (1942)

Code Of The Red Man is a drama based film. It is left up to one Indian and his extreme courage to defend his culture, and prevent the European pilgrims from moving in and claiming his land as their own.

High Tide at Noon (1957)

High Tide at Noon is a 1957 British drama film directed by Philip Leacock. It was entered into the 1957 Cannes Film Festival. High Tide at Noon was based on the first of a series of novels by Elisabeth Ogilvie, set in Maine.

What Other Couples Do (2013)

Four couples attend a dinner party in Los Angeles and play the kissing game "Seven Minutes in Heaven".

Secret Mission (1942)

Secret Mission is a 1942 British war film directed by Harold French and starring Hugh Williams, James Mason, Nancy Price, Carla Lehmann and Roland Culver.

Bells of Coronado (1950)

Bells of Coronado is a 1950 American film directed by William Witney and starring Roy Rogers.

Crack in the World (1965)

Crack in the World is a 1965 American science-fiction doomsday disaster movie filmed in Spain. It is about scientists who launch a rocket in the Earth's core to research its geothermal energy but accidentally unleash a cataclysmic destruction that threatens to sever the earth in two. It was released by Paramount Pictures on February 24, 1965.

Australis: An Antarctic Ski Odyssey (2010)

A team of skiers ventured to the bottom of the world in search of the ski lines of their dreams. The team discovered a new understanding of the beauty of ski mountaineering and of the depths of human connection to nature. This is their story.

God's Comic (2012)

Named "God's Comic" by The New Yorker, stand-up comedian Brad Stine has combined humor with religion to become the world's most influential Christian comedian. Check out Stine's blend of faith and funny with this stand-up set.

Captain Calamity (1936)

Captain Calamity is a 1936 American South Seas adventure film directed by John Reinhardt and starring George Houston released by Grand National Pictures. It was filmed in an early colour process called Hirlicolor at Talisman Studios and Santa Catalina Island, California.

Suburban Zero (2011)

The suburbs are a labyrinth. A man is stuck. There are many forks. Anxieties form. Friends become relative. Everyone is walking. Two men refuse coerced vision. Movement in still life. Retribution from the sky. Intermittent head trauma. What is that building? Where is uncle Jean? Who is the man from the DVD? Have you mowed the lawn? What is suburban zero? The dream ends here.

The March Hare (1956)

The March Hare is a 1956 British comedy film directed by George More O'Ferrall and starring Peggy Cummins, Terence Morgan, Martita Hunt and Cyril Cusack. The film follows the efforts in Ireland to turn a seemingly useless racing horse into a Derby-winner. It is based on a novel by T. H. Bird with the screenplay by Gordon Wellesley and others.

Deadly Renovations (2010)

A group renovating an abandoned hotel learns it may contain millions in cash hidden somewhere on the grounds, and the individuals turn on one another in a flurry of murder and mayhem to claim the cash for themselves.

Deadly Duo (1962)

Two identical twin sisters...one is very,very good--one is very, very bad. The good twin is due some big bucks. The bad twin wants 'em. Since they look just alike...look out.

Sixth Man: Bluesanity (2013)

The Sixth Man is a first of it's kind film that turns the camera away from the historic program that is UK basketball, and directs it to one of the key components to it's success....the FANS! A story of dedication and passion, it's a celebration of what makes The University of Kentucky Basketball program so remarkable and distinctive.

Botany Bay (1953)

Botany Bay is a 1953 American drama film directed by John Farrow and starring Alan Ladd, James Mason and Patricia Medina. It was based on a novel of the same name by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall.

Invisible Invaders (1959)

The Earth is attacked by mysterious invaders from outer space, who plan on destroying humankind. The invaders are invisible in our atmosphere, but are able to inhabit and reanimate the bodies of the dead. The armies of rotting corpses march on the cities, and it seems as though there is no defense. Major Bruce Jay (John Agar) is put in charge of a small, secret research center with a group of scientists, who must find a way of combating the invaders. Personality conflicts develop as Jay's hard-nosed, by-the-book approach to his job -- which requires him to kill anyone who might jeopardize the mission -- put him in opposition to the scientists (played by Jean Byron, Philip Tonge, and Robert Hutton). They develop an ultra-sonic gun that has the combined effect of rendering the aliens visible and killing them, but first they must test it, by capturing an alien, an action that forces them to run the risk of being discovered.

The Creepy Doll (2011)

A sinister-looking doll from a pregnant woman's collection appears to come alive and eliminate all threats to its owner's life and happiness.

Storied Streets (2014)

One of the largest problems that has been facing the entire United States for the past several years has been the ever increasing homeless population. It is impossible to walk the streets of any major metropolis across the country and not witness a homeless person who appears as though they are clinging to whatever hope they can muster. This film takes audiences on a journey across the country, covering thirteen cities, starting from Los Angeles and ending in New York City. People tend to have a negative perception of those who are homeless, and this film aims to end the stereotypical thoughts.

Street of Sinners (1957)

Street of Sinners is a 1957 American crime film directed by William Berke and written by John McPartland. The film stars George Montgomery, Geraldine Brooks, Nehemiah Persoff, Marilee Earle, William Harrigan and Stephen Joyce. The film was released in September 1957, by United Artists.

Danger Street (1947)

Danger Street is a 1947 American mystery film directed by Lew Landers and written by Winston Miller, Kae Salkow and Maxwell Shane. The film stars Jane Withers, Robert Lowery, Bill Edwards, Elaine Riley, Audrey Young and Lyle Talbot. The film was released on June 20, 1947, by Paramount Pictures.

Murder with Pictures (1936)

Murder with Pictures is a 1936 American film directed by Charles Barton.

Bob the Builder: The Legend of the Golden Hammer (2010)

This movie has Bob and the gang on an adventure at sea. At Fixham Harbor, Spud the Scarecrow and Scrambler try to follow the clues left by pirates to recover the golden hammer that was lost long ago by the famous Pirate Brickbeard. Each clue found in a pirate's chest brings them closer to being able to give the golden hammer to Bob as a gift. Little ones will learn about tools and how to use them while enjoying this movie.

Carmen, Baby (1967)

Carmen, Baby is a 1967 German-Yugoslav-American romantic drama film directed by Radley Metzger.

Marriage Material (2014)

Iris (Victoria Jackson) and her daughter Molly (Maddy Curley) put aside love to try to marry rich men until a devastating social disaster reveals a greater truth for both of them.

Emergency Hospital (1956)

Emergency Hospital is a 1956 American drama film directed by Lee Sholem and written by Don Martin. The film stars Walter Reed, Margaret Lindsay, John Archer, Byron Palmer, Rita Johnson and Peg La Centra. The film was released on November 2, 1956, by United Artists.

Queen of Blood (1966)

Queen of Blood is a 1966 color science fiction-horror film, produced by George Edwards and Samuel Z. Arkoff, directed by Curtis Harrington, and starring John Saxon, Basil Rathbone, Dennis Hopper, and Judi Meredith. The film was released by American International Pictures as part of a double bill with the AIP feature Blood Bath. Director Harrington crafted this B-movie using footage from the Soviet feature films Mechte Navstrechu and Nebo Zovyot.

Blood Hook (1987)

Blood Hook is a 1986 horror film distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film was premiered at the MIFED Film Market in October 1986 and released in the USA in April 1987.

Gaming in Color (2014)

Gaming in Color is a documentary film by MidBoss about queer people in gaming. Directed by Philip Jones, Gaming in Color focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) issues in video games, gaymer culture and events, and the rise of queer themes in gaming. The film is largely interview based, and features notable gay gaming personalities in the industry and communities. George Skleres from Riot Games stars, as does Matt Conn who organized the GaymerX convention, a prominent topic in the film.

East Side Kids (1940)

East Side Kids is a 1940 film and the first in the East Side Kids film series. It is the only one not to star any of the original six Dead End Kids.

The Trail Beyond (1934)

The Trail Beyond is a 1934 Western film directed by Robert N. Bradbury and starring John Wayne, Noah Beery Sr., and Noah Beery Jr. The motion picture was based on the novel The Wolf Hunters by James Oliver Curwood, which was also adapted as a silent film (1926) and a later sound film (1949), both called The Wolf Hunters.

The Happy Thieves (1962)

The Happy Thieves is a 1961 American crime/comedy-drama film starring Rex Harrison and Rita Hayworth and directed by George Marshall. The film is based on the novel The Oldest Confession by Richard Condon. The film was poorly received, with star Harrison later describing it as 'absolute rubbish'.

The Midnight Disease (2011)

Novelist Jack Jones is about to give up on his career due to writer's block when a jar of blood appears on his doorstep. The events that follow get his creative juices flowing and leave a trail of blood in his wake.

Cover Story (2002)

Cover Story is 2002 American film starring Elizabeth Berkley and Costas Mandylor. It was directed by Eric Weston and released on DVD on March 8, 2005.

The Young In Heart (1938)

The Carleton family will do anything for money... except work. Taken in by a rich, lonely old lady, George-Anne Carleton (Janet Gaynor), the savvy and cynical baby of the family, hatches the perfect plan: pretending to be decent hardworking people in the hopes that old lady will rewrite her will in their favor!

Young Buffalo Bill (1940)

Young Buffalo Bill is a 1940 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers and George "Gabby" Hayes

Murder by the Book (1986)

A popular detective novelist consults his fictional alter ego when faced with a young woman's kidnapping.

Cold Eyes of Fear (1971)

Cold Eyes of Fear is a 1971 Italian-Spanish thriller film directed by Enzo G. Castellari, starring Fernando Rey.

The Head Hunter (2016)

A hit man played by Chow Yun Fat is unorthodox and gruesome in this crimed.

Fear House (2008)

People suffer horrible deaths when they try to escape from a supernatural force at an isolated house.

Dark Power (2013)

FBI Agents John Archer (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Mila Driver (Kristanna Loken) work together to solve the murder of a crime-ridden city's mayor.

Dead End Road (2004)

A detective hunts a serial killer known for leaving clues based on Edgar Allan Poe's writing.

Prince Among Slaves (2008)

Prince Among Slaves is a 2006 historical documentary directed, written and produced by Andrea Kalin and narrated by Mos Def made for PBS by Unity Productions Foundation. The film, made in association with Spark Media and Duke Media, retells the story of Abdulrahman Ibrahim Ibn Sori, a prince from West Africa who was made a slave in the United States and freed 40 years later.

City Slacker (2012)

Desperately wanting a baby, a career woman (Fiona Gillies) finds a man (Geoffrey Streatfield) who's willing to be a stay-at-home dad.

Canon City (1948)

Canon City is a 1948 American film noir written and directed by Crane Wilbur. The drama features Scott Brady, Jeff Corey, and Whit Bissell.

Carson City Cyclone (1943)

Carson City Cyclone is a 1943 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Norman S. Hall and Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Don "Red" Barry, Lynn Merrick, Noah Beery, Sr., Bryant Washburn, Emmett Lynn and Stuart Hamblen. The film was released on March 3, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Theater of War: The Pacific Campaign (2012)

Six episode series devoted to the history of the Pacific Theater of World War II. Starting with the tensions in the Pacific that led to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor through the epic battle of Midway and the Atomic Bombing of Japan.

The Wedding Party (1969)

The Wedding Party is a 1969 American film farce created as a joint effort by Sarah Lawrence theatre professor Wilford Leach and two of his students, protégé Brian De Palma and Cynthia Monroe, who bankrolled the project. Leach went on to a successful career as a Tony Award-winning theatre director, while De Palma continued as an auteur of films frequently emulating the themes and techniques of Alfred Hitchcock. The film focuses on a soon-to-be groom and his interactions with various relatives of his fiancée and members of the wedding party prior to the ceremony on the family's estate on Shelter Island. The film was made in 1963 but not released until six years later, after one of its supporting players, Robert De Niro, had begun to draw notice for his work in off-Broadway theatre and De Palma's 1968 release Greetings. Also in the cast were Jennifer Salt and William Finley, both of whom were De Palma regulars, and fellow Sarah Lawrence student Jill Clayburgh as the bride-to-be. The film is now available on DVD.

The Killers Within (1995)

A man (Robert Carradine) encounters terrorists led by a congressman (Mike Farrell) as he searches for his missing sister (Meg Foster), a journalist.

Army Girl (1938)

Army Girl (also released as The Last of the Cavalry) is a 1938 American film starring Madge Evans and Preston Foster, combining action and the mechanisation of the horse cavalry with a romantic comedy. It was a high budget film by Republic Pictures and directed by George Nicholls, Jr.

Click: The Calendar Girl Killer (1990)

A psychotic killer uses the world of big fashion photography for his sadistic playground.

A Guy Named Rick (2013)

Rick, a ladies man, is told by God's messenger that he has 60 days to fall in love -- or the world will end.

The Second Coming (1995)

Two teenage boys (Al Giordano, Jeff Constan) fall in love despite the racism and homophobia that permeates their Christian fundamentalist society.

Yankee Stadium: The Golden Age (2012)

Baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson provides the commentary for the greatest moments at the "old Yankee Stadium." His reverent, nostalgic commentary is accompanied by rare footage of baseball immortals playing the game at the original Yankee Stadium including Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Yogi Berra, Phil Rizzuto; more.

Death Valley Gunfighter (1949)

Death Valley Gunfighter is a 1949 American Western film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Robert Creighton Williams. The film stars Allan Lane, Eddy Waller, James Nolan, Gail Davis, William "Bill" Henry, Harry Harvey, Sr. and Mauritz Hugo. The film was released on March 29, 1949, by Republic Pictures.

A Brush with Death (2007)

Five cheerleaders spend the night in an abandoned farmhouse that has a horrific past.

Fanfare For A Death Scene (1964)

A U.S. government special agent searches for an eminent physicist carrying a top-secret formula in his head, which is sought by the enemy.

Death Valley Rangers (1943)

A succession of stagecoach robberies prompts the citizens of a Death Valley outpost to send for the Trail Blazers, a trio of law-enforcing plainsmen.

Kill (2012)

Six people wake up in an old house and are terrorized by men in masks until they start killing one another.

Private Hell 36 (1954)

Private Hell 36 is a 1954 black-and-white film noir, directed by Don Siegel. It features Ida Lupino, Steve Cochran, Howard Duff, among others. The picture was one of the last feature-length efforts by Filmakers, a company created by producer Collier Young and his star and then-wife Ida Lupino.

The Astonished Heart (1950)

The Astonished Heart is a 1950 British drama film directed by Terence Fisher. It stars Celia Johnson, Noël Coward, and Margaret Leighton, and is based on Coward's play The Astonished Heart from his cycle of ten plays, Tonight at 8:30. Inspired by the great success of the 1945 film Brief Encounter, which also had been adapted from Tonight at 8:30, Coward agreed to have The Astonished Heart produced as a motion picture. As with the previous film, Coward also wrote the screenplay. Production began in 1949 and featured not only Noël Coward in one of his rare film appearances, but also actor-singer Graham Payn in a supporting role. The Astonished Heart was released in 1950 to indifferent reviews and was a commercial failure.

The Road to Independence (2007)

Thomas Jefferson, rode on his white horse to Independence Hall on 4 July 1776 - Declaration of Independence in hand, people lined the streets of Philadelphia and cheered. Then, once inside the chamber, Jefferson and the Founders posed for pictures while each stood in line behind John Hancock to sign the Declaration. America was born. It's a nice story but it's not true.

Fast Break (1979)

Fast Break is a 1979 American comedy film. Fast Break stars Gabe Kaplan as David Greene, Harold Sylvester as D.C. and Bernard King as Hustler. It was directed by Jack Smight and produced by Stephen Friedman. The film was the big screen debut of Kaplan, although he had made earlier appearances on television sitcoms and movies, and was one of the first film appearances of Laurence Fishburne. This film also featured the hit song, "With You I'm Born Again" by Billy Preston and Syreeta. The song peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The soundtrack to the film was also released by Preston and Syreeta's label Motown Records.

International Crime (1938)

International Crime is a 1938 American film featuring a loose version of The Shadow directed by Charles Lamont starring Rod La Rocque and Astrid Allwyn.

Building 173 (2009)

DocComTV Presents - Building 173 takes viewers behind closed doors and into the rooms of an apartment building in downtown Shanghai to watch the stories of 7 families unfold over 3 generations. Their stories of life, death and survival under one roof shed new light on China's turbulent recent history.

Fashion Model (1945)

Fashion Model is a 1945 comedy mystery film directed by William Beaudine, starring Robert Lowery, Marjorie Weaver, and Tim Ryan, and written by Victor Hammond and Tim Ryan. The film is considered to be the third in a series of Beaudine films featuring a female detective after Detective Kitty O'Day (1944) and Adventures of Kitty O'Day (1944).

Calling Wild Bill Elliott (1943)

Calling Wild Bill Elliott is a 1943 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Anthony Coldeway. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, George "Gabby" Hayes, Anne Jeffreys, Herbert Heyes, Robert 'Buzz' Henry, Fred Kohler, Jr. and Roy Barcroft. The film was released on April 30, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

The Lawyer (1970)

The Lawyer is a 1970 courtroom drama film loosely based on the Sam Sheppard murder case, in which a physician is charged with killing his wife following a highly publicized and sloppy investigation. The film was directed by Sidney J. Furie and starred Barry Newman as the energetic, opportunistic defense attorney Tony Petrocelli. Diana Muldaur co-starred as Ruth Petrocelli. The film is the source of the role Newman reprised in the TV series Petrocelli.

Cheers For Miss Bishop (1941)

Cheers for Miss Bishop is a 1941 drama film based on the novel Miss Bishop by Bess Streeter Aldrich. It was directed by Tay Garnett and stars Martha Scott in the title role. The other cast members include William Gargan, Edmund Gwenn, Sterling Holloway, Dorothy Peterson, Marsha Hunt, Don Douglas, and Sidney Blackmer. This film marked the debut of Rosemary DeCamp.

The Gun Runners (1958)

The Gun Runners is a 1958 film noir crime film directed by Don Siegel, is the third adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's novel To Have and Have Not, starring Audie Murphy and Patricia Owens. Everett Sloane essays the part of the alcoholic sidekick originally played by Walter Brennan in the film's first adaptation, although Sloane's interpretation is less overtly comic. Eddie Albert delivers a bravura performance as a charismatic villain; other cast members include Jack Elam and Richard Jaeckel. Gita Hall, "Miss Stockholm of 1953", made her film debut as Albert's girlfriend Eva. The earlier remake, titled The Breaking Point (1950), was directed by Michael Curtiz and starred John Garfield.

Gun Brothers (1956)

Gun Brothers is a 1956 Western starring Buster Crabbe and Ann Robinson. It was Crabbe's first feature film in six years.

Blue Ridge (2012)

Blue Ridge is a 2010 drama film set in the rural Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Written and directed by Vince Sweeney. Starring Sean Gullette as the trailer park landlord, Mr. Johnston, Eric Sweeney, (L.A. based actor) as J.T., and Audra Glyn Smith (N.C. based actress) as Sara, with a lot of other interesting small roles. Shot on film over a 28-day period, it is a high quality 97 min. drama with a unique perspective on modern rural life. Highlighted with subtle humor, authentic locations with naturalistic cinematography and a great haunting original score by Andrew Barkan.

Falcon Song (2014)

Falcon Song is a 2014 Contemporary Western film written and directed by Jason Corgan Brown. It stars Rainey Qualley, Gabriel Sunday, and Martin Kove. The 1980s style film explores themes of land conservation and soul searching through a storybook world of quirky characters with touches of magical realism.

Dark Vision (2015)

Lynn receives an interesting ring that allows her to see things that may or may not be there. Through her new talent, Lynn learns of a plot that puts another woman in danger. Later, Lynn must decide what to do with the new information.

Fatal Memories (1992)

Eileen Franklin (Shelley Long) is a woman who experiences a flood of repressed memories from decades earlier. These disturbing recollections implicate her father in her own rape as a child and bring about accusations that he also committed a murder in her youth. Franklin enlists Detective Robert Morse (Dean Stockwell) to investigate the case, and she also receives legal help from attorney Elaine Tipton (Helen Shaver), her representative in court.

The Promoter (1952)

The Card is a black-and-white film version of the novel by Arnold Bennett. Entitled The Promoter for its American audience, it was adapted by Eric Ambler and directed by Ronald Neame. It was released in 1952. It starred Alec Guinness as Denry Machin, Petula Clark as Nellie Cotterill, Valerie Hobson as the Countess, and Glynis Johns as Ruth Earp. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound. It is mainly faithful to the novel, omitting some minor incidents.

The Crystal Ball (1943)

The Crystal Ball is a 1943 film directed by Elliott Nugent. It stars Ray Milland and Paulette Goddard.

Audrey Hepburn Remembered (1993)

An interesting documentary about the life and career of Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn. There are film clips from her most popular movies, interviews with friends and co-workers, as well as with Hepburn herself. Also covered is her work with UNICEF.

Winds of the Wasteland (1936)

Winds of the Wasteland is a 1936 Western film, starring John Wayne and Phyllis Fraser. The film was directed by Mack V. Wright, and was released by Republic Pictures. The rights on this movie haven't been renewed, so this movie is legally free to watch on various internet sites, and Hulu.com sometimes features a colorized version under the title Stagecoach Run.

Keeping Track (1986)

A Montreal anchorman (Michael Sarrazin) and a bank analyst (Margot Kidder) see a Cold War murder on a train to New York.

Spy in the Sky! (1958)

Women (Sandra Francis, Andrea Domburg) distract a U.S. agent (Steve Brodie) fighting Soviet spies over a German scientist and his secret plans.

Uphill Battle (2013)

A single mother struggles to raise two teenagers after a nasty divorce.

Lost Woods (2012)

An impromptu camping trip with some friends and an awkward reunion give rise to a man's (Joey Brown) battle with his inner beast.

Knock On Wood (1954)

Knock on Wood is a 1954 comedy starring Danny Kaye and Mai Zetterling. Other actors in the film include Torin Thatcher, David Burns, and Leon Askin. The film was written and directed by Melvin Frank and Norman Panama, with songs by Kaye's wife, Sylvia Fine.

Unwanted Presence (2014)

A woman discovers that her faith can save her from the evil spirits lurking within her new home.

Journey on the Wild Coast (2010)

A husband and wife attempt to traverse the North American coast from Seattle to the Aleutians under their own power.

Cry Vengeance (1954)

Cry Vengeance is a 1954 American film noir directed by Mark Stevens, starring himself.

A Christmas Snow (2010)

A Christmas Snow is a 2010 direct-to-video independent Christmas film by Trost Moving Pictures. It stars Catherine Mary Stewart, Muse Watson, Anthony Tyler Quinn and newcomer Cameron ten Napel. There is also a guest appearance by Danny Cahill as the Food Critic. A soundtrack based on the film is being produced by Bryan Popin. Author Jim Stovall will write a novelized version of A Christmas Snow.

September Affair (1950)

September Affair is a 1950 film, directed by William Dieterle, starring Joan Fontaine, Joseph Cotten and Jessica Tandy. It was produced by Hal B. Wallis.

Accused of Murder (1956)

A police detective (David Brian) doubts a nightclub singer (Vera Ralston) has shot and killed a crooked lawyer (Sidney Blackmer).

Hell's Island (1955)

Hell's Island is a 1955 American Technicolor film noir crime film starring John Payne and directed by Phil Karlson. The film was the last teaming of actor Payne and director Karlson. Mary Murphy co-stars. The film was shot in the VistaVision wide-screen format. Hell's Island was re-released in 1962 under the title South Sea Fury. The working titles of this film were Love Is a Weapon and The Ruby Virgin. The film is told as a flashback with Payne narrating the story.

11:11 (2011)

A series of paranormal events propels a young woman (Laura Mennell) to save her town from a terrifying prophecy.

Mysterious Island (2010)

Jules Verne's Mysterious Island is a 2012 television film released on Syfy.

Texas Lady (1955)

Texas Lady is a 1955 film made by RKO Radio Pictures, directed by Tim Whelan, and starring Claudette Colbert, Barry Sullivan and Ray Collins. It tells the story of a female publisher who encounters injustice and violence in a Texas town.