Sally of the Sawdust (1925)
When her circus mother dies after being disowned, young Sally (Carol Dempster) is raised by Professor Eustace McGargle (W.C. Fields), a juggler and small-time con man. McGargle trains Sally to dance for his opening act, and the pair joins a carnival based in Green Meadow, Conn. Sally's grandparents, the Fosters, still live in the area, but neither the young girl nor stern Judge Foster (Erville Alderson) and his wife (Effie Shannon) know they are related.
Of Sentimental Value (2016)
Siberia's life turns upside down when she loses a family artifact. She unleashes a mystical power to help her retrieve the item while struggling to juggle her two love interests.
The Chance of a Lifetime (1943)
Sleuth Boston Blackie (Chester Morris) helps a wartime convict (Erik Rolf) framed for murder while out on parole.
The Slender Thread (1965)
As a volunteer at a crisis center, Alan Newell (Sidney Poitier) is working the late shift when he hears from a desperate woman named Inga Dyson (Anne Bancroft) who has attempted to overdose on sleeping pills. As Alan tries to keep Inga on the line, Detective Judd Ridley (Edward Asner) and Dr. Joe Coburn (Telly Savalas), a psychiatrist, both become involved in the increasingly tense situation. While they try to determine Inge's location in order to save her, time is quickly running out.
Fine Dead Girls (2002)
Iva and her girlfriend Marija move into an apartment building in Zagreb.
Frontier Scout (1938)
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant has a job for Wild Bill Hickok (George Houston) and his sidekick (Al St. John).
Lucky Man (1995)
A book belonging to the Hindu god of death falls to Earth, and several people abuse its power.
Mr. Romeo (1996)
A famous singer and dancer lives in Bangalore with his mother. He falls in love with a girl and their wedding is arranged. When he learns that a friend is involved in organ stealing racket; he confronts him and warns him of exposure.
Legend of Cougar Canyon (1976)
Two boys (Holger Kasper, Steve Benally Jr.) are trapped in a cave with a cougar in the Southwest.
Jheel Ke Uss Paar (1973)
Kulwant Rai runs over a little girl with his carriage. His son eventually falls in love with her.
The Villiers Diamond (1938)
A man faces a scandal when he accidentally acquires a stolen diamond.
A shady Australian's (John Savage) lover (Kerry Armstrong) moves into his mansion after he has her husband (Jeffrey Thomas) killed.
Otra película de amor (2011)
Teenagers Diego and Sebastin, childhood friends who reunite one summer, get drunk, smoke weed and roam the streets looking for the meaning of life, sex and love.
Peach o' Reno (1931)
Two lawyers (Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey) run a quickie-divorce office that converts into a speakeasy.
Trail Guide (1952)
A cowboy (Tim Holt) and his Mexican-Irish sidekick (Richard Martin) lead a wagon train to an unfriendly place.
The Touch (2005)
A troubled young woman (Kristia Knowles) makes positive changes while visiting a church shelter.
The Champion (2013)
The village womanizer runs from his troubles.
The Hell Cat (1934)
A woman (Ann Sothern) wants to have revenge against a newspaper reporter (Robert Armstrong) covering a story of racketeering.
Tenspeed and Brown Shoe (1980)
A con man and a stockbroker run afoul of neo-Nazis and mobsters after they lift a fortune from a hoodlum's deposit box.
Fire Alarm (1932)
A firefighter (Johnny Mack Brown) who drives a roadster rescues a woman (Noel Francis) and her cat.
Dragon Inn (1992)
Ming dynasty rebels battle a eunuch and his warriors at a desert inn.
Santo vs. the She-Wolves (1976)
Santo saves a Mexican town from a werewolf queen and her cabal of she-wolves.
High Strung (1991)
A highly agitated writer (Steve Oedekerk) of children's books begins having visions warning him that death is coming at 8 p.m.
North of the Rio Grande (1937)
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his sidekicks (George Hayes, Russell Hayden) avenge Hopalong's slain brother.
Love Rites (1987)
Hugo, a vain clothing buyer, meets Myriam on a train and pursues a relationship with her. He is delighted to learn she is a prostitute and has no idea she has more in mind than Hugo bargained for.
Deadly Past (1995)
An ex-convict helps a former girlfriend (Carol Alt) being blackmailed by a con man who has a tape of her husband's murder.
An obsessed psychiatric patient (Jay Underwood) kills those surrounding an attractive cafe owner (Maryam d'Abo).
My Mother's Tears (2008)
In the early 1980s, a couple (Rafael Ferro, rica Rivas) and their son (Adrian Goessel) flee Buenos Aires, Argentina, for Berlin.
A beautiful woman finds herself swept away by the charms of a man with a deadly obsession.
Just Like a Woman (1992)
An American (Adrian Pasdar) in London falls in love with a divorcee (Julie Walters) who does not seem to mind his transvestism.
Cuore matto (1967)
A man (Little Tony) is in love with a younger student, but his parents want him to marry a wealthy woman.
The Worker and the Hairdresser in a Whirlwind of Sex and Politics (1996)
An activist (Tullio Solenghi) meets a hotheaded hairdresser (Veronica Pivetti) and is immediately attracted to her despite their opposing political views.
A man (Ron Eldard) takes a hostage (Stanley Tucci) after accidentally discovering that an onlooker's presence cures his impotence.
Freezer Burn (2008)
A former hockey player (Tom Green) and a barmaid uncover an extraterrestrial conspiracy to enslave the human race.
In the Deep Woods (1992)
Crime clues point to someone a young woman (Rosanna Arquette) loves, plunging her into the manhunt for a serial killer.
The Dirty Weekend (1972)
An Italian bank robber (Oliver Reed) and his political gang take an industrial magnate (Marcello Mastroianni) and his mistress (Carole Andr) hostage.
Boston Blackie's Rendezvous (1945)
Reformed thief Blackie (Chester Morris), amateur sleuth, tracks an escaped strangler (Steve Cochran) posing as Blackie.
Living in the Age of Airplanes (2015)
Filmmakers study 18 countries across the world in an exploration of how airplanes have impacted everyone's lives.
Cry of the Penguins (1971)
Rejected by a young woman (Hayley Mills) in London, a scientist (John Hurt) retreats to Antarctica to study the penguin.
A boy kills his mother and her lover with a hammer.
The Sound and the Shadow (2014)
Harold (Joseph E. Murray), an allergy-ridden sound engineer, and Ally, his roommate, become involved in a missing girl case when he discovers clues to her disappearance in his recordings.
Lethal Justice (2011)
Kane (Steven Seagal) draws on his own experience of mental health issues to come to the aid of a friend who is suspected of committing terrorist offenses.
President Wolfman (2012)
The president of the United States goes on a killing rampage on the streets of Washington, D.C., after being bitten by a werewolf.
Mission Batangas (1968)
A U.S. flier (Dennis Weaver), nurse (Vera Miles) and colonel (Keith Larsen) try to hide Filipino gold from the Japanese in 1942.
The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950)
An Irish horsecar driver's daughter (June Haver) meets New York showman Tony Pastor (Gordon MacRae) and goes into vaudeville.
The Dog Wedding (2015)
A businesswoman (Rosalie Thomass) begins a romance with a professional wrestler.
Made in Belfast (2013)
An author returns home to Belfast after eight years and finds a city that has moved on without him.
An aged hit man (Michel Serrault) finds a successor (Mathieu Kassovitz) to whom he can pass on his knowledge and expertise.
Gold Through the Fire (1987)
A 17-year-old Russian Christian escapes from religious persecution in the Soviet Union and comes to America. After enrolling in a public high school, he endures a different sort of harassment for his belief in God and the Bible.
Enga Muthalali (1993)
A kind-hearted landlord clashes with his uncle and has to beat up a henchman to marry the woman he loves.
Anand and Annalakshmi meet and seem to fall in love until Anand accepts an arranged marriage.
A police officer faces challenges from politicians, gangsters and his family.
With his powers of hypnosis, the cruel music teacher Svengali (John Barrymore) is able to control women. When he sets his sights on the beautiful Trilby O'Farrell (Marian Marsh), she falls under his spell -- but her true love, Billee (Bramwell Fletcher), won't be taken easily out of the picture. Though Svengali gets the golden-voiced Trilby to fake her death, and then brings her on a tour of Europe, Billee uncovers the deception and sets out to wrest her from Svengali's clutches.
Operation Ivy (1952)
The U.S. government develops and tests the hydrogen bomb over Bikini Atoll.
Garage Dwellers (2010)
A man searches for his dreams.
Amor Bandido (1979)
A girl abandoned by her father becomes a prostitute and falls in love with a thief who kills his victims.
A House in Jerusalem (1998)
Filmmaker Amos Gitai examines the new residents of a house he visited 18 years earlier.
Mortal Sins (1992)
A serial killer confesses to a priest (Christopher Reeve), who becomes a suspect and a sleuth because he cannot tell the police.
On Guard! (1997)
Lagardere (Daniel Auteuil), a commoner, meets the Duc de Nevers (Vincent Perez), and the two, both expert swordsmen, develop a close bond. When the duke discovers he has fathered an illegitimate daughter in the countryside, he decides to marry the baby's mother, and brings Lagardere along for the journey. On the day of the wedding, though, the duke is killed by his fiendish cousin, Count Gonzague (Fabrice Luchini). Lagardere escapes with the infant and bides his time until he can exact revenge.
No Way Back (1976)
A private detective is forced into battle with underworld mobsters over a cache of embezzled bank funds.
Ladies of the Jury (1932)
A society matron (Edna May Oliver) persuades her fellow jurors that a young widow (Jill Esmond) did not commit murder.
Law of the Underworld (1938)
A criminal mastermind (Chester Morris) decides the fate of a girl (Anne Shirley) and her boyfriend caught in a holdup.
To Protect and Serve (1992)
A policeman (C. Thomas Howell) and a policewoman (Lezlie Deane) are put on the case of corrupt officers slain one by one in Los Angeles.
Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995)
Scientist Peyton Westlake (Arnold Vosloo) returns to his lab believing he has disposed of his nemesis, mobster Robert G. Durant (Larry Drake), who gave him the hideous burns that transformed him into his alter ego, Darkman. While Darkman is perfecting an artificial skin that will restore his old appearance, Durant inexplicably returns to torment him. Overcome by rage, Darkman disguises himself with the artificial skin, setting out to infiltrate Durant's world and bring him to justice.
Beyond the Dark (2013)
Psychotic killers, mysterious creatures, demons and the undead stalk unsuspecting people.
Blood Rites (2012)
When a drug deal goes bad and Jason vanishes, Nikki becomes trapped in a warehouse with an enforcer and his hostages as something with a taste for blood stalks them from the shadows.
A scorned lover and a lunatic's scheme to build an enormous hotel are behind the contract on a Malibu widow's life.
Terror in Paradise (1990)
A young couple (Leslie Ryan, David Anthony Smith) become targets after witnessing terrorist activities while vacationing in the tropics.
Mush and Milk (1933)
Cap treats the gang to a day at an amusement park to get away from their mean headmistress.
The Pickwick Papers (1985)
Samuel travels to the darker side of English society to find out why people are the way that they are.
Viva Algeria (2004)
In Algiers, Goucem (Lubna Azabal) leads a personal life that she keeps highly secret, out of fear that she'll provoke the wrath of local Islamic fundamentalists. For three years, she's been carrying on an affair with a man who's married to another woman. She lives with her mother, ex-cabaret dancer Papicha (Biyouna), and befriends Fifi (Nadia Kaci), a prostitute. All three women are powerful and independent, but they all must hide their behavior from their conservative neighbors.
Unbearable Truth 1 (2013)
Monica leaves her job to care for her only child.
St. Daisy (2012)
After his mother is accidentally crushed by a crucifix, a guilt-ridden man and his pals hatch a plan to have her canonized.
Scudda-Hoo! Scudda-Hay! (1948)
Snug Dominy (Lon McCallister) goes to work for neighbor Roarer McGill (Tom Tully) after his farmer father returns to sea to avoid his shrewish second wife, Judith (Anne Revere). When Roarer bids on two beautiful mules, Moonbeam and Crowder, but is unable to handle them, Snug arranges to buy them in installments and is offered a high-paying logging job if he can learn to drive them. Snug's efforts are hindered by his greedy stepbrother, Stretch, and Roarer's charming daughter, Rad (June Haver).
Kickboxer III: The Art of War (1992)
A Los Angeles martial artist (Sasha Mitchell) goes to Rio de Janeiro and fights to save a girl from a drug lord.
A man starts to lose his teeth.
American Eagle (1990)
A CIA free-lancer (Asher Brauner) goes to Africa on a mission but must also rescue his kidnapped girlfriend (Kai Baker).
The Champion 2 (2013)
A womanizer tries to escape the consequences of his bad behavior and moves to Lagos.
Mama G Goes Mad 2 (2014)
A man struggles to care for his mentally ill mother.
Unbearable Truth 2 (2013)
Monica and Jeff continue to struggle with marriage.
Open Wound (2013)
In 1941, Jorge joins Ecuador's military and is captured by Peruvian forces. As he recovers from his injuries, a fellow captive plans an escape, and Jorge has to decide to get away or stay under the care of the nurse he's fallen in love with.
Dead on Sight (1994)
A college student's (Jennifer Beals) dreams foreshadow murders, including her own, at the hands of a serial killer.
93 Lauriston St. (2004)
The Gestapo relies on French hoodlums.
Isaak Kohler (Maximilian Schell) is serving a 20-year prison sentence for a crime that countless people saw him commit. As lawyer Felix Spat (Thomas Heinze) was dining with Professor Winter (Hark Bohm), Kohler shot the professor dead without warning. Now, spurred by his daughter's sorrow, Kohler hires Spat to represent him in hope of procuring a retrial. However, Kohler refuses to reveal the motive behind the murder, while a media frenzy adds to the case's ambiguity.
Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown (2008)
Writer Neil Gaiman, filmmaker John Carpenter and others discuss the life and legacy of horror author H.P. Lovecraft, creator of Cthulhu.
A rascally British bargeman (Harry H. Corbett) gets a lockmaster's (Hugh Griffith) daughter pregnant.
Operation Zanahoria (2014)
Journalists Alfredo and Jorge are contacted by a mysterious man who claims to have evidence of crimes committed by the military dictatorship.
Dr. Dracula (1977)
Dracula (Larry Hankin) adds a twist to the tale of a Svengali and his Trilby.
These Are the Damned (1962)
An American man (Macdonald Carey) and an Englishwoman (Shirley Anne Field) discover genetically engineered children who can survive a nuclear war.
Rich in Love (1992)
Warren Odom (Albert Finney), a rich Southern gentleman, is left in a state of shock when his wife, Helen (Jill Clayburgh), leaves him unexpectedly. With Helen gone, Warren's kindhearted teenage daughter, Lucille (Kathryn Erbe), cares for him and tries to cheer him up. Warren slowly starts to recover, and begins a relationship with another woman, Vera Delmage (Piper Laurie). However, his life is complicated when his older daughter, Rae (Suzy Amis), arrives in town pregnant.
Midsummer Dream (2005)
A youth would do anything to save his father.
Five horrific tales revolve around an abused twin, imprisonment, a dying world and murder.
The World Ten Times Over (1963)
Two young women with diverse personal problems share a London apartment.
Wax Mask (1997)
Soon after a wax museum opens in Rome, people begin disappearing and more wax figures begin appearing.
Mickey One (1965)
Stand-up comic Mickey One (Warren Beatty) is fearful that the gambling debts he amassed have made him a marked man in the Detroit clubs that he frequents. Assuming a false identity, Mickey flees to Chicago, where he cautiously resumes his career at the upscale Club Xanadu. When club owner Ed Castle (Hurd Hatfield) offers Mickey a shot at auditioning for an unknown man with reputed connections in the Midwest, the increasingly paranoid Mickey fears that the mob has finally closed in on him.
The Jungle Book: The Treasure of Cold Lair (2013)
Mowgli (Emma Tate) and friends must protect a treasure.
Paper Cannot Wrap Up Ember (2007)
Asian women tell of being forced into prostitution.
The Other Side of Madness (1970)
Based on events leading up to the Tate-LoBianco murders and Charles Manson's trial for the crime.
The Cyclops (1957)
A scientist (James Craig) helps a woman (Gloria Talbott) find her fiance in Mexico, where radiation has made creatures king size.
A Deadly Vision (1997)
An ordinary woman's life is shattered by frightening premonitions that put her on a collision course with a killer.