Countdown (2016)

Countdown (originally known as 6:42) is a 2016 American action film starring Dolph Ziggler, Katharine Isabelle and Kane. The film is directed by John Stockwell and written by Richard Wenk and Michael Finch and produced by WWE Studios. It was released direct-to-video and Digital HD by Lionsgate on April 5, 2016.

Detention (2011)

Josh Hutcherson, Dane Cook and Spencer Locke star in Detention, a hipster, teen horror-comedy where the local students of Grizzly Lake must survive their final year of high school. Standing in their way is Cinderhella, a slasher-movie killer who has seemingly come to life and is preying on the school’s student body. As the clock ticks and the bodies pile up, the likely suspects are embroiled in a race against time to stop Cinderhella and ultimately save the world… if only they can get out of detention.

The Red Dwarf (1998)

The Red Dwarf is a Belgian comedy drama directed by Yvan Le Moine released in 1998. It is based on Le nain rouge, a story by Michel Tournier.

You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet (2012)

A group of stage actors gather to commemorate a previous director after his death and starting watching a performance of ‘Eurydice’. They soon find themselves reprising their old roles.

When Love Comes (1999)

When Love Comes Along is a 1998 New Zealand drama film directed by Garth Maxwell.The film produced by Jonathan Dowling and Michele Fantl.

About Sarah (1998)

A young woman (Kellie Martin) decides whether to continue her medical career or care for her mentally impaired mother (Mary Steenburgen).

In The Flesh (1998)

In the Flesh is a 1998 independent gay-themed murder mystery film, produced, written, and directed by Ben Taylor. It is set in Atlanta, Georgia where it was filmed on a very low budget, according to the writer-director. It tells how two gay men on both sides of the law are brought together as intimate friends amid the dark events and circumstances that surround them.

Naked Childhood (1969)

Naked Childhood (French: L'Enfance nue) is a 1968 French film. It was the feature-length debut of director Maurice Pialat, and was written by Pialat and Arlette Langmann. François Truffaut was one of the film's producers.

Karroll's Christmas (2004)

Karroll's Christmas is a 2004 Christmas comedy television film from A & E.

Rotation (1949)

Rotation is a 1949 film directed by Wolfgang Staudte and produced under the auspices of Deutsche Film-Aktiengesellschaft (DEFA) in East Germany. It began filming on 29 September 1948 and premiered in theaters on 16 September 1949. The film was partly shot at the Althoff Studios in Potsdam.

Je vous aime (1980)

Je Vous Aime (English title I Love You All) is a 1980 French romantic comedy film directed by Claude Berri. Its cast comprises notable actors and actresses like Jean Louis Trintignant, Catherine Deneuve, Gérard Depardieu and Serge Gainsbourg. It was first released in 1980 and it was shown in the US in 1981.

Children of Hannibal (1998)

Children of Hannibal (Italian: Figli di Annibale) is a 1998 Italian comedy film written and directed by Davide Ferrario.

Piernas cruzadas (1984)

A Spanish Flamenco dancer and a shy girl with similar appearances, switch identities.

2103: The Deadly Wake (1997)

A security officer (Michael Par) clashes with a freighter captain (Malcolm McDowell) ordered to dump toxic waste in the ocean.

The Old Barn Dance (1938)

The Old Barn Dance is a 1938 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Joan Valerie. Written by Bernard McConville and Charles F. Royal, the film is about a cowboy and his buddies whose horse selling business is threatened by a tractor company that claims horses are out of date.

Requiem For Murder (1999)

Anne Winslow (Molly Ringwald), a late-night deejay at a classical music station, becomes the object of one of her listener's affections. At first, the mysterious fan sends her flowers, but then starts killing people. Police Detective Lou Heinz (Christopher Heyerdahl) and his partner, Samantha Parks (Lynne Adams), investigate the murders linked to Winslow, compiling a long list of suspects that includes an amorous co-worker and a belligerent music teacher.

Shoot Out At Big Sag (1962)

In Montana, a gun-toting preacher wants to run some transplanted Texans off of some coveted real estate.

Prime Time (2008)

Youths who participate in a macabre TV program kidnap a man and his girlfriend, a psychologist who works with victims of terrorism.

Deadfall (2012)

Deadfall is a 2012 American crime drama film directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky, written by Zach Dean and starring Eric Bana, Olivia Wilde, and Charlie Hunnam.

Group Marriage (1973)

Group Marriage is a 1973 sex comedy film directed by Stephanie Rothman.

One Man Force (1989)

Suspended by his boss (Ronny Cox), a big Los Angeles detective (John Matuszak) is hired to solve a rock star's kidnapping.

Eventual Salvation (2009)

An 80-year-old grandmother returns to Monrovia, Liberia, to rebuild her home after the civil war.

West of the Brazos (1950)

West of the Brazos is a 1950 American Western film. It stars James Ellison and was directed by Thomas Carr for Lippert Pictures.

The Academy of Muses (2016)

University of Barcelona philology professor Raffaele Pinto leads a simulating college seminar on women's roles in inspiring art and historical literary muses, which is attended entirely by actresses.

Long Time Since (1998)

A mysterious man (Julian Sands) helps a troubled artist (Paulina Porizkova) recall a car accident she may have had years earlier.

Broth of a Boy (1959)

Broth of a Boy is a 1959 Irish comedy film directed by George Pollock and starring Barry Fitzgerald, Harry Brogan and June Thorburn. A television reporter sets out on a quest to find a very elderly man.

The Flying Ace (1926)

The Flying Ace (1926) is a black-and-white silent film with an all African-American, or "colored", cast. This six-reel film, made by Norman Studios in Jacksonville, Florida, features Laurence Criner as the fighter ace, Captain Billy Stokes, who returns to the United States after World War I, with Kathryn Boyd, as Ruth Sawtelle, his admirer and flying pilot. Her character is based on African American aviator Bessie Coleman. It is an inspiring film that is based on real people that fought in World War I.

Passion Flower (1986)

An expatriate U.S. banker (Bruce Boxleitner) joins a Singapore tycoon's (Nicol Williamson) married daughter (Barbara Hershey) in love and hatred of her father.

Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean (1990)

Spanning years of both Harry and Leona Helmsley's cutthroat control of their eponymonous empire, this made-for-TV movie chronicles both the high and low points of the couple's life together.

Gypsy (1993)

Gypsy is a 1993 American made-for-television musical comedy-drama film directed by Emile Ardolino. The teleplay by Arthur Laurents is an adaptation of his book of the 1959 stage musical Gypsy, which was based on Gypsy: A Memoir by Gypsy Rose Lee.

The Soldiers's Tale (1984)

Stravinsky's legendary fable comes alive in this Emmy-winning animated program. When the common man is faced with the devil's temptation, can he make a deal with the devil and win?

Big Town Czar (1939)

Big Town Czar is a 1939 American mystery film directed by Arthur Lubin starring Barton MacLane and Tom Brown.

Perry Mason: The Case of the Wicked Wives (1993)

The lawyer (Paul Sorvino) borrowing Perry's office defends the widow (Kathy Ireland) of a fashion photographer (Eric Braeden) with four ex-wives.

The Big Pond (1930)

The Big Pond is a 1930 American Pre-Code romantic comedy film based on a 1928 play of the same name by George Middleton and A.E. Thomas. The film was written by Garrett Fort, Robert Presnell Sr. and Preston Sturges, who provided the dialogue in his first Hollywood assignment, and was directed by Hobart Henley. The film stars Maurice Chevalier and Claudette Colbert, and features George Barbier, Marion Ballou, and Andrée Corday, and was released by Paramount Pictures. The Big Pond was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for Maurice Chevalier, and also provided Chevalier with his first American hit song "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" written by Al Sherman and Al Lewis.

South of the Border (1939)

South of the Border is a 1939 Western film directed by George Sherman and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and June Storey. Written by Betty Burbridge and Gerald Geraghty, based on a story by Dorrell and Stuart E. McGowan, the film is about a federal agent who is sent to Mexico to prevent foreign powers from gaining control of Mexican oil refineries and fomenting revolution among the Mexican people.

The Rainbow Kid (2016)

The Rainbow Kid is a Canadian drama film directed by Kire Paputts. It was shown in the Discovery section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. The film, an expansion of Paputts' prior short film Rainbow Connection, stars Dylan Harman as Eugene, a teenage boy with Down syndrome who sees a rainbow following a thunderstorm and, inspired by his favourite book, sets off on a journey to find the pot of gold at the end of it.

Design for Scandal (1941)

Design for Scandal is a 1941 romantic comedy film directed by Norman Taurog. Rosalind Russell stars as a judge targeted by a newspaper tycoon unhappy with her decision in his divorce case.

Bis (2015)

Bis is a 2015 French comedy film directed by Dominique Farrugia. The film is starring Kad Merad and Franck Dubosc.

Christmas Oratorio (1996)

A mother's accidental death affects three generations of her family.

It Was Him or Us (1995)

It Was Him or Us, a.k.a. Love and Terror, is an American made for television film which aired on CBS in 1995. It stars Richard Grieco, Ann Jillian, Monique Lanier, and Richard Masur.

Contract Killers (2014)

Arrogant assassin Lee-Seng (Rob Young) has one night to kill a squad of vigilantes hunting down drug dealers. Everything goes according to plan until Marshall survives the attack and goes on the run with a beautiful young woman.

Visions (1998)

Electricity blinds a homicide detective (Erik Estrada) and gives him psychic visions of a murderer.

The Spanish Earth (1937)

The Spanish Earth is a 1937 propaganda film made during the Spanish Civil War in support of the democratically elected Republicans, whose forces included a wide range of the political left, communists, socialists, anarchists, centrists, and liberalist elements. The film was directed by Joris Ivens, written by John Dos Passos and Ernest Hemingway, narrated by Orson Welles and re-recorded by Hemingway (with Jean Renoir doing the narration in the French release), with music composed by Marc Blitzstein and arranged by Virgil Thomson.

Iron Gate, the Exile of Peron (2013)

Puerta de Hierro, el exilio de Perón (Spanish: Iron gate, the exile of Perón) is a 2012 Argentine film. It is based on the exile of Argentine president Juan Perón, who was deposed in 1955 by a military coup named Revolución Libertadora, left the country, and finally returned in 1973. The actor playing Perón is Víctor Laplace.

Matters of Life & Dating (2007)

Matter of Life and Dating is a 2007 Lifetime Television movie, directed by Peter Wellington and starring Rachael Harris, Ricki Lake, and Holly Robinson Peete.

For the Emperor (2014)

For the Emperor is a 2014 South Korean action noir film directed by Park Sang-jun, starring Lee Min-ki and Park Sung-woong.

Death Falls (1991)

Friends (Roberts Blossom, Beverly Garland) help a wrangler (Rip Torn) evade the police and a vengeful drunkard who is stalking him.

The Bride He Bought Online (2015)

The Bride He Bought Online is a 2015 American television thriller film, written and directed by Christine Conradt, and starring Anne Winters, Alexandra Paul, and Jamie Luner. It was broadcast on the Lifetime network in the United States on July 18, 2015.

Captive of Billy the Kid (1952)

Captive of Billy the Kid is a 1952 American western film directed by Fred C. Brannon and starring Allan Lane, Grant Withers and Penny Edwards. The film's sets were designed by the art director Frank Arrigo.

I Want to Go Home (1989)

I Want to Go Home is a 1989 French film directed by Alain Resnais, from a screenplay by Jules Feiffer. It explores the differences between French and American cultural values through a story about a veteran cartoonist who encounters conflicting reactions to his work during a trip abroad.

Chatty Catties (2016)

In a world where cats can communicate with people, Shelby's cat Leonard helps her when she begins dating a musician.

Liza the Fox-Fairy (2015)

Liza, the Fox-Fairy (Hungarian: Liza, a rókatündér) is a 2015 Hungarian black comedy film directed by Károly Ujj Mészáros, starring Mónika Balsai, Szabolcs Bede-Fazekas and David Sakurai. The film drew an audience of over 100,000 in Hungary, thus qualifying as a domestic success, and was awarded the Grand Prize at the Fantasporto Film Festival in Portugal, where it premiered internationally. The film's music was elected for "the 2015 year most successful soundtrack" in Hungary and four songs were recorded on a limited 7 inch vinyl.

Point Of Impact (1993)

An ex-Miami customs officer (Michael Par) infiltrates a crime ring to find answers about his friend's death.

Happiness Ahead (1934)

Happiness Ahead is a 1934 film directed by Mervyn LeRoy and starring Dick Powell with Josephine Hutchinson.

The Screaming Skull (1958)

A greedy husband brings his new bride to the family estate hoping to drive her to suicide so that he can inherit her money. The wife comes face to face with screaming skulls, appearing everywhere, grinning and yelling like banshees. But in a turnabout, the husband starts seeing skulls, flees the house and drowns in the estate lily pond.

The Dark Horse (1932)

The Dark Horse is a 1932 American Pre-Code political comedy film, starring Warren William and Bette Davis. The movie was directed by Alfred E. Green.

The Man With A Million (1954)

In Edwardian London, American sailor Henry Adams (Gregory Peck) is destitute and living hand-to-mouth. By sheer luck Henry gets embroiled in a unique bet between wealthy brothers Roderick (Wilfrid Hyde-White) and Oliver Montpelier (Ronald Squire). The brothers present Henry with an envelope containing a one-million-pound banknote, a bill whose mere existence, Oliver contends, will allow Henry to survive comfortably for an entire month without spending any money.

The Man Who Understood Women (1959)

The Man Who Understood Women is a 1959 American drama film written and directed by Nunnally Johnson from a novel by Romain Gary, and starring Henry Fonda, Leslie Caron, Renate Hoy and Cesare Danova.

Goldie Gets Along (1933)

Goldie Gets Along is a 1933 American pre-Code film directed by Malcolm St. Clair, and starring by Lili Damita and Charles Morton. The screenplay was written by William A. Drake, based on a novel by Hawthorne Hurst.

Portia on Trial (1937)

Portia on Trial is a 1937 American film about a trial based on story of Faith Baldwin and directed by George Nicholls, Jr.. It has the distinction of being nominated to win the Oscar for Best Music in the 10th Academy Awards.

The Big Night (1951)

The Big Night is a 1951 American film noir directed by Joseph Losey, that features John Drew Barrymore, Preston Foster and Joan Lorring. The feature is based on a script written by Joseph Losey and Stanley Ellin, based on Ellin's novel Dreadful Summit. Hugo Butler and Ring Lardner, Jr. also contributed to the screenplay, but were uncredited when the film was first released.

Cry for Me, Billy (1972)

Cry for Me, Billy is a 1972 American film directed by William A. Graham. It stars Cliff Potts and Maria Potts.

Brown of Harvard (1926)

Brown of Harvard is a 1926 American silent drama film directed by Jack Conway, and starring William Haines, Jack Pickford and Mary Brian. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the film is based on the successful 1906 Broadway play Brown of Harvard by Rida Johnson Young, who also co-wrote the popular music for the play along with Melvin Ellis. The film is best known of the three Brown of Harvard films. It was John Wayne's film debut. Uncredited, Wayne played a Yale football player. Grady Sutton and Robert Livingston, both of whom went on to long and successful careers, also appear uncredited. The 1918 film included future Boston Redskins coach William "Lone Star" Dietz and the only Washington State University football team to win a Rose Bowl.

Yellow Hair and the Fortress of Gold (1984)

Fiery blonde half-breed Yellow Hair and her easygoing sidekick the Pecos Kid are after a fortune in Mayan gold. The courageous duo have run-ins with an army of Mexican soldiers, a gang of dastardly bandits, and a lethal tribe of Aztec warriors while searching the countryside for said gold fortune.

Society Dog Show (1939)

Rather out of place at a swanky dog show, Pluto flirts with Fifi, a dainty Pekingese. The judge orders Mickey and Pluto to leave, but when a fire breaks out Pluto rescues Fifi and is proclaimed a hero. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Badman's Country (1958)

Badman's Country is a 1958 American Western film directed by Fred F. Sears and written by Orville H. Hampton. The film stars George Montgomery, Neville Brand, Buster Crabbe, Karin Booth, Gregory Walcott and Malcolm Atterbury. The film was released by Warner Bros. on August 2, 1958.

Pony Express Rider (1976)

A young man (Stewart Petersen) joins the pony express and searches for his father's killer.

Como un relámpago (1996)

A young man (Eloy Azorn) leaves his affluent home in search of his father (Santiago Ramos).

Embraceable You (1948)

Embraceable You is a 1948 romantic drama film starring Dane Clark and Geraldine Brooks, and directed by Felix Jacoves.

Crossroads (2011)

On the verge of retirement, a railway driver (Tomokazu Miura) becomes upset when his wife decides to return to nursing.

2019: After the Fall of New York (1983)

2019, After the Fall of New York (Italian: 2019 - Dopo la caduta di New York) is a 1983 Italian science fiction film directed by Sergio Martino in both English and Italian. It is of the post-apocalyptic Italian genre similar to the films 1990 The Bronx Warriors, Blastfighter, and Endgame. It is set in 2019, after a nuclear apocalypse, and stars a mercenary out to rescue the last fertile woman on Earth. The film starred Michael Sopkiw and Anna Kanakis, and B-movie regular George Eastman. The film was influenced by John Carpenter's Escape from New York.

Jailbait (1993)

A Los Angeles policeman (C. Thomas Howell) and a runaway teen (Renee Humphrey) team up to bring down a crime network.

These Three (1936)

These Three is a 1936 American drama film directed by William Wyler. The screenplay by Lillian Hellman is based on her 1934 play The Children's Hour. A 1961 remake of the film directed by Wyler was released as The Children's Hour in the US and The Loudest Whisper in the UK.

Caterina in the Big City (2003)

Caterina va in città (English title: Caterina in the Big City) is a 2003 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Paolo Virzì and written by Virzì and Francesco Bruni.

The Racers (1955)

The Racers is a 1955 film directed by Henry Hathaway. It stars Kirk Douglas and Bella Darvi.

The Children of Sanchez (1978)

The Children of Sanchez is a 1978 American drama film based on the book with the same title by Oscar Lewis. The film was entered into the 11th Moscow International Film Festival. The movie's well-known soundtrack, also titled Children of Sanchez, was created by jazz musician Chuck Mangione. It's opening song won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance for that year.

Elmore Leonard's Gold Coast (1997)

A drifter (David Caruso) and a hit man (Jeff Kober) complicate matters for a mob widow (Marg Helgenberger) who must avoid romance in order to claim her inheritance.

After Midnight (1927)

After Midnight is a 1927 American silent drama film written and directed by Monta Bell. The film stars Norma Shearer and Gwen Lee. A copy of After Midnight is housed at the Cinémathèque Française.

Snow White: A Tale Of Terror (1997)

Snow White: A Tale of Terror, also known as Snow White in the Black Forest, is a 1997 American horror film based on the fairy tale "Snow White". It was directed by Michael Cohn and stars Sigourney Weaver, Sam Neill and Monica Keena. The original music score was composed by John Ottman. The film was marketed with the tagline "The fairy tale is over".

Fig (2011)

An injured man struggles through the elements to fulfill his wife's dying wish for a single fig.

Professor Mamlock (1938)

Professor Mamlock is a 1938 Soviet drama film, directed by Herbert Rappaport and Adolf Minkin. It is one of the earliest film directly dealing with the persecution of Jews in Nazi Germany.

Two-Fisted Law (1932)

Two-Fisted Law is a 1932 American romantic B-Western Pre-Code film directed by D. Ross Lederman and starring Tim McCoy and John Wayne. The picture also features Walter Brennan, Alice Day, Wheeler Oakman, Tully Marshall, and Wallace MacDonald.

The Flight of the Innocent (1992)

Set in southern Italy, 10-year-old schoolboy Vito (Manuel Colao) lives with his family, who profits by kidnapping the children of the wealthy and ransoming them. When Vito's family is killed in a bloody rampage by a competing crime family, he flees to Rome to escape murder at the hands of a scar-faced killer (Federico Pacifici). Taught by his family not to trust the police, he contends alone with certain death and with making amends for the sake of his dead family.

Bermuda Mystery (1944)

Bermuda Mystery is a 1944 American mystery film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and written by Scott Darling. The film stars Preston Foster, Ann Rutherford, Charles Butterworth, Helene Reynolds, Jean Howard and Richard Lane. The film was released on May 1, 1944, by 20th Century Fox.

Youth (2015)

Youth (Italian: La giovinezza) is a 2015 Italian comedy-drama film written and directed by Paolo Sorrentino. It is the director's second English language film, and stars Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel as best friends who reflect on their lives while holidaying in the Swiss Alps. It is a story of the eternal struggle between age and youth, the past and the future, life and death, commitment and betrayal. The cast also includes Rachel Weisz, Paul Dano, and Jane Fonda. The film premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, where it competed for the Palme d'Or and had a positive critical response. At the 28th European Film Awards, Youth won Best Film, Best Director for Sorrentino, and Best Actor for Caine. It received one Academy Award nomination: Best Original Song, for David Lang's composition of "Simple Song #3". At the Golden Globe Awards, Lang was also nominated along with Jane Fonda for Best Supporting Actress.

The Star Maker (2012)

A brave boy hopes to fix a machine that stops stars from falling out of the sky.

Betty Co-Ed (1946)

Betty Co-Ed is a 1946 American musical comedy film starring Jean Porter, directed by Arthur Dreifuss and produced by Sam Katzman.

Bonanza: The Return (1993)

Bonanza: The Return is a 1993 made-for-television film sequel to both the 1959–1973 television series Bonanza and the 1988 made-for-television film Bonanza: The Next Generation. The movie was directed by Jerry Jameson and featured noted character actors Ben Johnson, Jack Elam, Dean Stockwell, Linda Gray, and Richard Roundtree.

The Wild Affair (1965)

The Wild Affair is a 1965 British comedy film written and directed by John Krish, adapted from the 1961 novel The Last Hours of Sandra Lee by William Sansom. The film stars Nancy Kwan, Terry-Thomas, Jimmy Logan, Gladys Morgan, and Betty Marsden.

Invasion Quartet (1961)

The Dirty Dozen…amateurs! Inglourious Basterds…wimps! Meet the fearless foursome who first made the Fatherland cry uncle: the Invasion Quartet! While recuperating at an English military hospital, two gung-ho officers enlist a reluctant lieutenant and a stiff upper-lipped colonel into joining them on a raid into Nazi-occupied France where they intend to silence the gigantic gun that’s been shelling the coastline, disrupting their cricket game and upsetting the local livestock. A wild and wacky send-up of The Guns of Navarone, this heilarious World War II spoof stars British comedy legend Spike Milligan, Bill Travers, John Le Mesurier and Gregoire Aslan as the zany commandoes who taught the German army that Reich was jolly well wrong.

Season of the Witch (1973)

Season of the Witch is a 1973 American film directed by George A. Romero. The film is about a housewife (Jan White) who discovers with her friends that a local woman, Marion (Virginia Greenwald), practices witchcraft. The friends visit Marion and White finds herself interested enough in witchcraft to experiment with it for herself. The film was originally made under the title Jack's Wife, with a small crew, giving director George A. Romero the duties of an editor, cinematographer and screenwriter. The film's distributor cut major parts of the film and changed its title to Hungry Wives!, marketing it as a softcore pornography film. The film failed to find an audience on its initial release and was re-released years later under the title Season of the Witch.

Fall (1997)

Fall is a 1997 film directed by, written by and starring Eric Schaeffer, alongside Amanda de Cadenet. The film was followed by a 2011 sequel After Fall, Winter.

Always Worthy (2015)

A quirky, aspiring actress is determined to make her dreams come true in Hollywood, but first she’s got to overcome her biggest obstacle – herself.

Enormous Changes at the Last Minute (1983)

Enormous Changes at the Last Minute is a 1983 three-part drama film based on the 1974 short stories of the same name by Grace Paley, which was directed by Mirra Bank, Ellen Hovde and Muffie Meyer. The film stars Kevin Bacon, Ellen Barkin and David Strathairn, among others. The film was released in 1985 in the United States.

Weil ich schöner bin (2012)

Charo, a 13-year-old teenager living illegally in Berlin with her mother, turns to her friend for help when her mother is arrested and she faces deportation.

Moon (1979)

La Luna, also known as Luna, is a 1979 Italian film directed by Bernardo Bertolucci and starring Jill Clayburgh. The film concerns the troubled life of a teenage boy and his relationship with his parents, including an incestuous relationship with his mother.

Behind the Mask (1946)

Behind The Mask is a 1946 American comedy-mystery film directed by Phil Karlson and starring Kane Richmond and Barbara Read. It was the second in a series of three films released by Monogram in 1946 starring Richmond as the crimefighter The Shadow, the others being The Shadow Returns and The Missing Lady.

Blondie's Big Moment (1947)

Blondie's Big Moment is a 1947 black and white comedy film and the nineteenth of the 28 Blondie films

Blonde Blackmailer (1955)

A man (Richard Arlen) wants answers when he gets out of prison after spending seven years for a murder he did not commit.