The Beautiful Truth (2008)
A 15-year-old Alaskan teenager embarks on a cross-country road trip to investigate Dr. Max Gerson's controversial claim of a dietary cure for cancer.
Town of Runners (2012)
Three children from the Ethiopian town of Bekoji move from school track to national competitions.
Lust For Freedom (1987)
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Boogeyman cometh (2013)
A woman begins to unravel after witnessing a murder committed by a masked monster.
Secrets of Love (2012)
Secrets of Love is for anyone who's experienced the highs and lows of a relationship and wondered where the answers are to lasting, soulful, and fulfilling partnerships. Explore the body, mind, and soul of love through the teachings of ancient masters.
Sesame Beginnings: Exploring Together (2006)
Share this video with your child and explore together using your senses!
Signature Sounds: The Music of WWE (2014)
Music has been integral to WWE history, especially anthems for all the greatest WWE Superstars. These are the songs that let the WWE Universe know that business is about to pick up. Now, count down the timeless anthems of WWE and its Superstars.
Ski Wolf (2008)
A twist on the Snow White fairy tale which is set in the 1920s and centered on a female bullfighter.
Sonny Chiba's Dragon Princess (1976)
Dragon Princess aka Sonny Chiba's Dragon Princess is a 1976 Japanese karate revenge film directed by Yutaka Kohira.
Stained Glass Rainbows (2015)
A heterosexual man travels across America meeting gays, ex-gays, saints, and sinners who are all trying to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.
Steve Miller Band: Live at Austin City Limits (2012)
Austin City Limits, the nationally-acclaimed and award-winning television series, is proud to release this live DVD from one of rock music's all-time greats - the Steve Miller Band.
Stinking Heaven (2015)
In the early 1990s, a mysterious new person's arrival at a safe house for recovering addicts leads to its turbulent demise.
Strawberry Shortcake: Fun Under The Sun (2014)
Blueberry makes a blunder and tells all their friends Strawberry is planning a trip to an island. When they learn the island is closed for a year, Orange Blossom builds the girls their own fabulous resort.
Strawberry Shortcake: Puttin' On the Glitz (2011)
Get ready for fabulous fashion, musical "glamicures" and delightful 'dos! As Strawberry and her pals have makeover fun, they also learn that nothing is as beautiful as friendship!
STREAMS in the DESERT Discovering God's Call (2015)
Aboard a passenger train en route from Los Angeles to Chicago, a Christian movie actress meets an elderly woman who shares her life story.
Street Paper (2012)
The founders, vendors and writers of America's top-selling newspaper of the homeless provide a glimpse of that life.
Teenager Lawrence has his dreams of medical school destroyed when he gets caught cheating. When his parents banish him to the countryside for the summer, he meets a conman who calls himself The Professor.
SXSW Comedy With W. Kamau Bell (2015)
Stand-up W. Kamua Bell hosts the hottest comics at the SXSW festival in the first of this two-part showcase featuring today's heavyweights and tomorrow's stars, including Beth Stelling, Iliza Shlesinger, Mark Normand, Matt Braunger, and Nate Bargatze.
Terror in a Texas Town (1958)
This near-legendary western stars Sterling Hayden as George Hanson, the son of a Swedish seaman-turned-farmer (Ted Stanhope). When he runs afoul of town boss Ed McNeil (Sebastian Cabot), Hanson's father is gunned down by McNeil's henchman Johnny Crale (Ned Young). Knowing full well that he can expect no help from the town's corrupt sheriff (Tyler McVey), Hanson takes matters in his own hands. Tension mounts steadily until the unforgettable climactic showdown, wherein Hanson arms himself with a harpoon! Extremely well written by Ben L. Perry, Terror in a Texas Town was one of the last directorial efforts of cult favorite Joseph H. Lewis.
The 11th Hour (2015)
The 11th Hour is a 2014 drama film directed and written by Anders Morgenthaler. The film stars Kim Basinger and Jordan Prentice.
The 9th (2014)
During a penthouse party, an array of offbeat guests cavort and dance while someone is tortured in a secret room.
The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley: The Case of the Christmas Caper (1995)
The Spirit of Christmas is missing and it's going to require pint-sized twin detectives Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to utilize all their sleuthing skills to solve this holiday crime.
The Basement (2013)
Five teenagers barricade themselves in a basement after an insane killer breaks into the house.
The Sleeper (2012)
The Sleeper is a 2012 horror film written and directed by Justin Russell.
The Spider and the Fly (1949)
The Spider and the Fly is a 1949 film directed by Robert Hamer. An unusual love triangle develops between two criminals and a policeman on the eve of World War I.
The Titan: Story of Michelangelo (1950)
The Titan: Story of Michelangelo is a 1950 German documentary film about the painter and sculptor Michelangelo. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. In 1952 it became the first feature-length documentary to be shown on network television.
The film was a re-edited version of a German/Swiss film of 1938 originally titled Michelangelo: Life of a Titan, directed by Curt Oertel. The re-edited version put a new English narration by Fredric March and a musical score onto a shorter edit of the existing film. The new credits include Robert J. Flaherty, Oertel and Richard Lyford as Directors and Ralph Alswang, Flaherty and Robert Snyder as Producers. The film was edited by Richard Lyford.
The Academy Film Archive preserved The Titan in 2005.
The Turn of the Screw (1999)
A governess (Jodhi May) and two children see ghosts in a house where two employees mysteriously died.
The Visitor (2014)
An omniscient ghost of a tormented young girl wanders through the streets of three different cities. Her presence in a diverse collection of households leads the residents to become more aware of their most troubling past experiences. The lonely ghost connects with each resident in ways that only seem like premonitions. The emotions and thoughts that are exposed help the ghost to find her way out of an eternal sentence in purgatory and aimless wandering.
The Who Live in Hyde Park (2015)
Filmed on June 26th this year as The Who celebrated their fiftieth anniversary, this stunning show from London s famous Hyde Park is a triumphant return to their home city. On a glorious summer evening the band delivered a brilliant performance of all their greatest hits in front of a 50,000 strong crowd.
This Isn't Funny (2015)
This Isn't Funny is a 2015 romantic comedy movie directed by Paul Aston. It was produced in the United States by Easy Open Productions, Metropolitan Entertainment and Nut Bucket Films.
Three Days at Foster (2013)
In the 1950s and '60s, the epic battle to end institutional racism reverberated across the South. Three Days At Foster focuses on the pioneer athletes who subsequently shattered the color barrier at the University of Alabama, in the shadow of Wallace's infamous stand...and how these civil rights pioneers tapped into a force more powerful than hate.
Today I Hang (1942)
Today I Hang is a 1942 American film directed by Oliver Drake and produced and released by Producers Releasing Corporation. The plot concerns a man who is framed for the murder of a wealthy importer and the theft of a valuable necklace. The victim's widow doesn't believe he is guilty and sets out to prove his innocence.
After her fiance is murdered, Antonia (Kelly Natividade) becomes Toni Foxx to stalk the art world's underbelly in pursuit of two killers.
Trax: The Evolution of Snow Bikes (2015)
Trax “Evolution of snow bikes” will inspire most any adventure enthusiast while providing you with an in depth look at the history of the “Snow Bike” sport and beyond.
UFO Chronicles: Alien Arrivals (2013)
Shocking conspiracy theories, involving extraterrestrial government intelligence, come to light in UFO CHRONICLES: ALIEN ARRIVALS.
Urban Nightmare (2003)
The VOODOO DOGS terrorize the hood, performing weird rituals and slaughtering their victims. A COP returns from the dead, taking horrific revenge!
Urban Turban (2014)
A young East Indian man upsets his traditional brother when he falls in love with an American woman.
Victoria is a 2015 German drama film directed by Sebastian Schipper, starring Laia Costa and Frederick Lau. It is one of the few feature films shot in a single continuous take.
Warren Miller's Chasing Shadows (2016)
Warren Miller Entertainment's 66th snow sports film, Chasing Shadows. Watch JT Holmes, Seth Wescott, Caroline Gleich, Steven Nyman, Marcus Caston and more as they pursue turns on the mountains of our dreams.
Warrior Angels (2002)
During the Crusades, a woman (Joanna Pacula) joins forces with three allies to save her kidnapped son from a vicious outlaw (Rutger Hauer).
Wheels on the Bus: Mango's Big Dog Parade (2007)
After Woof plays around and misses his ride to The Big Dog Parade, Mango and his friends learn about taking turns and getting along as they visit the mechanic's garage and journey through an Enchanted Forest to find the Parade.
Within Madness (2015)
The video diaries of a personal trainer as he becomes obsessed with a client, and loses his ability to identify with the world around him.
The Brain (1988)
"Decapitation by punch, teddy bears crying tears of blood ... divorce by chainsaw ... a fun little sci-fi movie that keeps you entertained ..." – 80's Horror Central Imagine a pulsating mass of gray matter, expanding in size and strength as it takes control of human minds and devours human bodies. It could never happen, right? Just watch Independent Thinking, starring Dr. Anthony Blakely (David Gale, Re-Animator), a hot new TV program. But as the show's ratings continue to soar, so does the suicide and murder rate among its viewers. What they don't know is that Dr. Blake has teamed with an alien brain and plans to gain control of all humanity.
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Drones is a 2010 office comedy film directed by Amber Benson and Adam Busch, who describe it as "The Office meets Close Encounters".
Last Man Club (2016)
Last Man Club is a 2016 drama film written, produced and directed by Bo Brinkman. The film stars James MacKrell, Kate French, William Morgan Sheppard and Barry Corbin. Last Man Club depicts the epic cross country trip of a World War II veteran who escapes his difficult family situation and embarks, with the help of a beautiful accomplice, on a mission to find the last remaining members of his B-17 bomber crew.
Bellissima (1951) is an Italian neorealism film by Italian director Luchino Visconti. The film, which is a satire of the film industry, was shot at the Cinecittà studios. Alessandro Blasetti, a contemporary film director, appears as himself. Bellissima is the only feature film in Visconti's oeuvre with a predominantly comic tone.
Arruza is a 1972 documentary film directed by Budd Boetticher about Carlos Arruza.
Starship: Apocalypse (2014)
Starship: Apocalypse is a 2014 action, Science fiction film directed by Neil Johnson and the sequel to Starship: Rising. The film was generally poorly received.
Poisoned by Polonium: The Litvinenko File (2007)
Rebellion: The Litvinenko Case, distributed as Poisoned by Polonium, is a 2007 Russian documentary film covering the death of ex-Russian spy and dissident, Alexander Litvinenko, who was assassinated in London, United Kingdom in 2006. It was directed by Russian filmmaker Andrei Nekrasov and written by Nekrasov and producer Olga Konskaya.
The Sea Wolf (1997)
The Ghost's brutal Capt. Wolf Larsen tries to alter the nature of an educated idealist he rescued at sea.
Berlin Junction (2013)
Jos, a Dutch painter, has to choose between an unattached way of life or settling down.
She Went to the Races (1945)
She Went to the Races is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Willis Goldbeck and starring James Craig, Frances Gifford and Ava Gardner. The screenplay concerns a team of scientists who discover a seemingly foolproof way of discovering the winner of horse races.
Dil Tera Diwana (1996)
Dil Tera Diwana is a 1996 Indian Bollywood film directed by Lawrence D'Souza and produced by Pahlaj Nihalani. It stars Saif Ali Khan and Twinkle Khanna in pivotal roles.
Wonder Dog (1950)
Pluto imagines that he is a famous circus dog, but Butch the bulldog ridicules him when he tries to perform some tricks.
The Substitute (1996)
The Substitute is a 1996 American crime action thriller film directed by Robert Mandel and starring Tom Berenger, Ernie Hudson, Marc Anthony, William Forsythe, Raymond Cruz and Luis Guzmán.
American Burger (2014)
American Burger is a 2014 Swedish, horror-comedy film starring Fredrik Hiller, Liam Macdonald, Benjamin Brook, Aggy Kukawka and Ben Thornton. It is directed by first-time feature film director's, and husband and wife, Johan Bromander & Bonita Drake.
The film was released was released globally online via Movieboosters on 17 October 2014.
A Crime Of Passion (2003)
Distrustful of her associates (Gordon Currie, Tom Butler), a businesswoman (Cynthia Gibb) investigates the mysterious death of her friend.
Memento Mori (1999)
Memento Mori (Hangul: 여고괴담 두번째 이야기; RR: Yeogogoedam dubeonchae iyagi; also known as Whispering Corridors 2: Memento Mori) is a 1999 South Korean horror film, and the second installment of the Whispering Corridors film series. It is a sequel to 1998's Whispering Corridors, and is also set in an all-girls high school, but the films are otherwise unrelated. Memento Mori was one of the first Korean commercial films to depict lesbian characters. However, prevailing Korean attitudes constrained its potential to be widely viewed, even more so as the controversial themes targeted the teen demographic.
Behind the Door of a Secret Girl (2013)
Sammy's best friend helps her escape her dysfunctional life.
Behind The Wall (2011)
Life on both sides of the Berlin Wall in East and West Germany.
Property Is No Longer a Theft (1973)
Property Is No Longer a Theft (Italian: La proprietà non è più un furto) is a 1973 Italian comedy film directed by Elio Petri. It was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival.
Lusers, los amigos no se eligen (2015)
Three men from different areas of South America take a wild trek through the jungle to get to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Final Appeal (1993)
A bachelor (Thomas Newton) befriends a couple (Rutger Hauer, Virginia Madsen) and discovers the husband has an elaborate scheme against those who have crossed him.
Neverland, full title Neverland: Never Grow Up, Never Grow Old, is a 2003 indie film by director Damion Dietz with New Media Entertainment and is a dark and surreal modern re-imagining of the classic of Peter Pan and other characters in J. M. Barrie's 1904 play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up and 1911 novel Peter and Wendy.
David Harum (1915)
David Harum is a 1915 American silent comedy-drama romance film written and directed by Allan Dwan, produced by Famous Players Film Company and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It is based on the 1899 novel of the same name by Edward Noyes Westcott and the 1900 Broadway play based on the novel, starring William H. Crane (Crane also starred in two subsequent Broadway revivals). Crane agreed to star in the film (which was his debut) only if the film was written exactly as the play. David Harum is the only film of Dwan's for Famous Players that still survives. A print is preserved at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York and the Cinémathèque Française in Paris.
The novel was again adapted for the screen in 1934 starring Will Rogers in the title role.
The Key to Reserva (2007)
The Key to Reserva is a 2007 short film or long-form advertisement for Freixenet Cava champagne starring, written and directed by Martin Scorsese.
Wild Ocean (2008)
Wild Ocean is a 2008 documentary 3D IMAX film about the annual migration of billions of sardines, the sardine run, up South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal coast and its human and animal impact.
Molly O' (1921)
Molly O is a 1921 American silent comedy film starring Mabel Normand and directed by F. Richard Jones.
Shallow Grave (1987)
Four coeds have a flat tire in Georgia, where two of them are jailed by a sheriff (Tony March) with something to hide.
Taming of the West (1939)
Bill Elliott stops the evil cattle rustlers, who use up sheriffs like disposable razor blades. Instead of the customary gun battles, Elliott was known for his fisticuffs action and so he uses his knuckles to clean out the bad guys and win the heart of Iris Meredith, who had been the main lady for Charles Starrett in his westerns.
Fun in Balloon Land (1965)
Sonny falls asleep during a story and wakes up in a magical world filled with giant balloon people and animals.
Hi-Life is a 1998 American Christmas romantic comedy film written and directed by Roger Hedden and starring Katrin Cartlidge, Charles Durning, Daryl Hannah, Moira Kelly, Peter Riegert, Campbell Scott and Eric Stoltz.
What We Become (2016)
The Johansson family—mom, dad, their rebellious teenage son, and young daughter—are looking forward to a quiet summer in their idyllic suburban town. But in the blink of an eye, things go from blissful to berserk when a horrifying plague tears through the community. After a string of grisly deaths, the government puts the neighborhood on lockdown. But one thing soon becomes terrifyingly clear: you can’t quarantine the apocalypse. This nightmarish, blood-soaked shocker establishes sharply drawn, recognizably real characters—and then watches what happens when they’re put through the wringer to survive.
Mountain Justice (1937)
Mountain Justice is a 1937 film directed by Michael Curtiz.
The Missing Girl (2015)
The Missing Girl is a 2015 American drama film directed by A.D. Calvo. It was shown in the Vanguard section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.
Do You Believe in Love? (2017)
After becoming paralyzed, Tova does not believe in love, but she tirelessly works to find it for everyone else.
Last Hero in China (1993)
Jet Li stars in this comic spectacle as a Chinese "Robin Hood" who stumbles upon a kidnapping scheme after unwittingly opening a martial arts school next to a brothel!
An engineer (Antonio Sabato Jr.) battles vertigo to dismantle a bomb aboard a roller coaster in his family's amusement park.
Armored Command (1961)
Armored Command is a 1961 World War II film directed by Byron Haskin filmed in Hohenfels, Bavaria but takes place in the Vosges Mountains during the Southern France campaign. It stars Howard Keel and Tina Louise.
"It was the one picture that Howard Keel didn't sing on," reminisced Burt Reynolds later. "That was a terrible mistake."
Hevn (Revenge) is a 2015 Norwegian-Canadian drama film directed by Kjersti Steinsbø.
She's The Best Thing in It (2015)
Tony Award winner Mary Louise Wilson travels to her native New Orleans to teach acting to skeptical members of the YouTube generation.
Playthings of Desire (1933)
Murder in the Library or Playthings of Desire(U.S.) is a 1933 American drama film directed by George Melford and starring Linda Watkins, James Kirkwood, Sr. and Reed Howes. It was made by the Poverty Row company Pinnacle Productions.
Horses (Italian: Cavalli) is a 2014 Italian drama film written and directed by Michele Rho. It premiered out of competition at the 68th Venice International Film Festival.
Semper Fidel (2014)
After his father dies, U.S. Marine Jim Acosta travels to Havana to learn about his heritage. He discovers his grandfather is still alive, and a bond is formed that will change Jim's life forever.
The Boob (1926)
In order to prove he is not a fool, a naive farmhand joins a posse's hunt for bootleggers.
Critical Assignment (2004)
Critical Assignment is a 2004 pan-African action film directed by Jason Xenopoulos. It involves a journalist, Michael Power, who is going against a politician who is acquiring weapons and diverting water from the people.
Beware of Dags (2014)
Naaigal Jaakirathai (English: Beware of Dogs) is a 2014 Indian Tamil comedy thriller film, written and directed by Shakti Soundar Rajan featuring Sibiraj and a Belgian Shepherd dog named Idoh in the lead, which is an Indian adaptation of the Hollywood comedy-crime film, Turner & Hooch. The film was produced by Sibiraj's father Sathyaraj under the banner Nathambal Film Factory, which had earlier produced Lee. While the music was composed by Dharan Kumar, cinematography was handled by Nizar Shifi and edited by Praveen K. L. Naaigal Jaakirathai received positive reviews from critics, and was one of the most profitable ventures of 2014.
Lily Dale (1996)
Still bitter toward his stepfather (Sam Shepard), a man reunites with his mother (Stockard Channing) and sister (Mary Stuart Masterson) following a long estrangement.
Dusting Cliff 7 (1997)
Last Assassins is the pay-cable, syndication and DVD release title of the 1997 action film Dusting Cliff 7 starring Nancy Allen and Lance Henriksen. The film, which was shot on location throughout Southern California, was released on DVD in 1998 and repackaged for release in 2010.
The Good War (2002)
A colonel (Roy Scheider) and an Italian prisoner of war (Luca Zingaretti) find they have been left behind at a detention camp at the end of World War II.
Happy Hour (2003)
Happy Hour is a 2003 American comedy drama film starring Anthony LaPaglia and Eric Stoltz.
Jackass Mail (1942)
Jackass Mail is a 1942 Western comedy film directed by Norman Z. McLeod and starring Wallace Beery and Marjorie Main.
Trudell is a 2005 documentary film about American Indian activist and poet John Trudell. The film traces Trudell's life from his childhood in Omaha, Nebraska, through his role as a leader of the American Indian Movement. It also covers his rebirth as a musician and spoken word poet after his wife died in a house fire suspected as arson.
Killer Flick (1998)
Killer Flick is a 1998 American independent black comedy road film written and directed by Mark Weidman that follows a group of people as they go on a crime spree and film their own activities.
Tex Rides with the Boy Scouts (1938)
Song of the Gringo is a 1937 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor. The film stars singing cowboy Tex Ritter and Troop 13 Los Angeles District Boy Scouts of America. The film was shot in Old Kernville, California and premiered on Broadway in November 1937.
This Is How We Were Before, How Are You Doing Now? (1976)
Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon? is a 1976 Filipino romantic musical drama film set in the era of Spanish colonization in the Philippines. It was directed by Eddie Romero and starred Christopher De Leon and Gloria Diaz. The film was selected as the Philippine entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 49th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Booze Boys & Brownies (2014)
An aspiring actress searches for fame, fortune and men in the underbelly of Hollywood.
Jack learns that Claire, a classmate killed by a drunken driver, had an interest in him, so he sets out to learn more about her.