Jologs (2002)

Jologs is a 2002 Filipino teen, comedy-drama film directed by Gilbert Perez and released by Star Cinema. The film featured an ensemble cast as well as cameos from well-known Filipino celebrities. Jologs is a Filipino pejorative that is used to describe a tawdry person who belongs to the lower class.

New York, New York (2016)

When the youngest concierge ever at a five-star Chinese hotel is tempted by an invitation to run a hotel in the Big Apple, everyone around him looks to take advantage of the move, including a love interest who may not be as trustworthy as she seems.

Young and Dangerous (1957)

Young and Dangerous is a 1957 American drama film directed by William F. Claxton and written by James Landis. The film stars Lili Gentle, Mark Damon, Edward Binns, Frances Mercer, George Brenlin and Connie Stevens. The film was released on October 30, 1957, by 20th Century Fox.

Intimate Semaphores (2014)

Three stories of the perils of artistic expression.

The Amazing Exploits of the Clutching Hand (1936)

The Clutching Hand (in full, The Amazing Exploits of the Clutching Hand) is a 1936 15-episode serial produced by the Weiss Brothers based on the final Craig Kennedy novel of the 1934 same name by Arthur B. Reeve. A 70 minute feature film using a condensed version of the serial was also released in the same year. In it, the famous detective (portrayed by Jack Mulhall, who had portrayed the Black Ace in the serial The Mystery Squadron three years before) is assigned to solve the disappearance of Dr. Paul Gironda (Robert Frazer), a scientist who has developed a formula for synthesizing gold but vanishes before he has a chance to reveal it to his board of directors. It was the last Craig Kennedy serial and the only one to be filmed as a talkie. One of the criminals, Hobart, is played by Charles Locher, who is better known nowadays as Jon Hall, and it appears that Gironda is being held prisoner by Craig Kennedy's old foe, the Clutching Hand (a faceless presence apparently played by Bud Geary, an actor who was frequently cast in such roles, and voiced by Robert Frazer).

Basic Human Needs (2015)

A young couple's plan to escape from their small home town is derailed when a lost condom forces them to re-examine their relationship.

The Harassed Hero (1954)

The Harassed Hero is a 1954 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Guy Middleton, Joan Winmill Brown and Elwyn Brook-Jones. It was based on a novel of the same name by Ernest Dudley.

Taven (2015)

The Coalition of Justice members team up to battle the manifested entity of the Fundamental Darkness.

All I Want for Christmas (2007)

A boy (Jimmy "Jax" Pinchak) asks contest organizers to find a new husband for his widowed mother (Gail O'Grady).

Plastic Jesus (2016)

A young man who is broke tries to make movies in Belgrade.

Sweethearts of the U.S.A. (1944)

Sweethearts of the U.S.A. is a 1944 American musical comedy film directed by Lewis D. Collins and starring Una Merkel, Harry Parke and Donald Novis. In Britain it was released under the alternative title of Sweethearts on Parade.

The Misadventures of Mr. Wilt (1989)

Wilt is a 1989 movie adaptation by LWT of the Tom Sharpe novel of the same name. The story follows the comic misadventures of the eponymous Henry Wilt as he is accused of the murder of his wife when she suddenly goes missing after a party at a friend's house where they have a very public argument. The movie was directed by Michael Tuchner, with Andrew Marshall and David Renwick credited as screenplay writers. It was released in North America under the title The Misadventures of Mr. Wilt.

A Very Social Secretary (2005)

British cabinet member David Blunkett has an affair with a journalist. Based on a true story.

A Coup in Camelot (2015)

Experts discuss new forensic fingerprints surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away (1970)

One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away is a 1970 Croatian comedy/drama film. Its original title is Tko pjeva zlo ne misli, which means "He Who Sings Means No Harm". Directed by Krešo Golik and based on a novella by Vjekoslav Majer, the film achieved considerable critical and commercial success at the time of its release. In 1999, a poll of Croatian film critics found it to be the best Croatian film ever made.

Bikini Baby (1951)

A small-town English girl, who wins a beauty contest, heads for greater fame after appearing as Lady Godiva in a pageant.

Student Affairs (1987)

Actors (Jim Abele, Deborah Blaisdell) and the crew struggle on and off the set of a teen comedy in a 1950s high school.

Art of Erotica: The Outsiders (2009)

Five photographers and an illustrator focus their talents on fetish photography.

Uptight (1968)

Black militants building up an arsenal of weapons in preparation for a race war are betrayed by one of their own.

Beauty Investigator (1992)

Two Hong Kong policewomen find plenty of action when they go under cover as taxi dancers.

Double Dynamite! (1951)

Double Dynamite is a 1951 American musical comedy film directed by Irving Cummings and starring Jane Russell, Groucho Marx, and Frank Sinatra. The film was written by Leo Rosten, Mel Shavelson, Mannie Manheim, and Harry Crane. The film was originally entitled It's Only Money, before RKO owner Howard Hughes changed the title to Double Dynamite as a reference to co-star Jane Russell's famous cleavage. Filmed prior to From Here to Eternity, the movie involves a bank teller (Sinatra) suspected of embezzling who turns to a sardonic waiter (Groucho Marx) for advice. Although Sinatra has by far the most screen time, he took third billing behind Jane Russell and Groucho Marx. Most of the scenes are devoted to the interactions of Sinatra and Marx, who had just begun televising his radio show You Bet Your Life the year before and was in between his wilder Marx Brothers persona and the more toned-down television Groucho. Both Sinatra and Jane Russell play against type as a shy, timid pair, while Marx portrays a sarcastic waiter who breezily mentors the frightened young couple. Jane Russell and Groucho Marx each sing a duet with Frank Sinatra written by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. Marx and Sinatra sing "It's Only Money", and Russell and Sinatra deliver the romantic "Kisses and Tears." Filmed in 1948, it was held for several years after production, and released only in 1951. It was not a financial or critical success.

Sequence (2013)

Sequence is a 2013 short fantasy horror film written and directed by Carles Torrens, and starring Joe Hursley, Emma Fitzpatrick, and Ronnie Gene Blevins. The film premiered September 6, 2013, at the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival.

Peter Pan (1988)

Peter Pan is an Australian 50-minute direct-to-video animated film from Burbank Films Australia. It was originally released in 1988. The film is based on J. M. Barrie's play, Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, first produced in 1904, and was adapted by Paul Leadon. The film was produced by Roz Phillips and featured music composed by John Stuart. The copyright in this film is now owned by Pulse Distribution and Entertainment and administered by digital rights management firm NuTech Digital.

Playdate (2012)

After she befriends her new neighbors, Emily begins to suspect they are hiding a dark secret. When her daughter is hurt during a play date, she uncovers something from the family's dark past that they will do anything to keep secret.

Tin Man (1983)

Tin Man is a 1983 American drama film directed by John G. Thomas and starring Timothy Bottoms, John Phillip Law, Deana Jurgens, Troy Donahue, and Richard Stahl.

Bel Borba Aqui (2012)

Artist Bel Borba creates works of art around Salvador, Brazil, to breathe new life into impoverished neighborhoods.

Cleaning House (1938)

The first entry in the MGM animated series "The Captain and the Kids" finds the Captain faking illness and rambunctious children Hans and Fritz pretending to be doctors.

The Guns of Juana Gallo (1961)

Juana Gallo is a 1961 Mexican drama film written and directed by Miguel Zacarías. It was entered into the 2nd Moscow International Film Festival.

Faith in the Big House (2015)

As part of their rehabilitation, Louisiana inmates spend three days at an evangelical Christian prison retreat.

Loving Lulu (1993)

A California comedy writer (Charles Grant) falls for the wife (Sandahl Bergman) of his psychologist (Charley Hayward), who begins to suspect something.

Slumber Party Slaughter (2012)

One year after a group of strippers covered up their role in a client's death, a vengeful killer crashes their slumber party.

A Guy Could Change (1946)

A Guy Could Change is a 1946 American drama film starring Allan Lane and Jane Frazee. It was the final film of director William K. Howard.

The Wind Is My Lover (1949)

Singoalla is a 1949 Swedish-French film directed by Christian-Jaque, starring Viveca Lindfors and Alf Kjellin. It is a visually stunning film with a haunting score, based on the romantic novel The Wind Is My Lover by Viktor Rydberg. The story is based on a medieval legend of the love between a gypsy and a nobleman. It was produced in three language versions: Swedish, French, and English. The Swedish and French versions were entitled Singoalla. The English version had three titles: Gypsy Fury (USA), The Wind is My Lover (UK), and The Mask and the Sword (UK). The Swedish and English versions starred Alf Kjellin as the nobleman, but the French version starred Michel Auclair. All three versions were edited separately – even scoring is slightly different. The Swedish and French run over 100 minutes, the English only 63 minutes.

East L.A. Marine: The Untold True Story of Guy Gabaldon (2008)

The life and accomplishments of the soldier who single handedly captured over 1500 Japanese soldiers and civilians.

Buffalo Bill (1965)

Buffalo Bill, Hero of the Far West (Buffalo Bill, l'eroe del far west) is a 1964 Italian spaghetti western directed by Mario Costa.

Religious Racketeers (1938)

Women fall for a fakir (Robert Fiske) running a global crystal-ball racket.

Death on the Diamond (1934)

Death on the Diamond is a 1934 mystery film starring Robert Young as a baseball player who has to figure out who is trying to murder the members of his team, the Saint Louis Cardinals. It was based on the novel Death on the Diamond: A Baseball Mystery Story by Cortland Fitzsimmons, directed by Edward Sedgwick and produced and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Big in Bollywood (2011)

American-born Omi Vaidya, a struggling actor in Los Angeles, miraculously lands a dream role in the Bollywood film 3 Idiots. Within a week of release, 3 Idiots skyrockets to box-office success, becoming the most successful Indian film in history and transforming Omi into an overnight megastar. But being a national sensation in India is not all glitz and glamor.

Kings Go Forth (1958)

Kings Go Forth is a 1958 black-and-white World War II film starring Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis, and Natalie Wood. The screenplay was written by Merle Miller from the novel of the same name by Joe David Brown, and the film was directed by Delmer Daves. The plot involves friends of different backgrounds manning an observation post in Southern France who fall in love with the same French girl. She proves to be of American Mulatto ancestry. Themes of racism and miscegenation provide the conflict elements between the leading characters, something that was out of the ordinary for films of the time, while the setting during the so-called Champagne Campaign remains unique.

Revenge on the Highway (1992)

A veteran trucker (Stacy Keach) turns avenger in the name of his son, killed by a hit-and-run trucker on drugs.

Man to Man (1930)

Man to Man is an all-talking American Pre-Code drama film produced by Warner Bros. in 1930. The film was directed by Allan Dwan and stars Phillips Holmes. The film is based on the story "Barber John's Boy" by Ben Ames Williams.

Red Flag: The Ultimate Game (1981)

Air Force jet pilots (Barry Bostwick, William Devane) carry their rivalry into precision war games over the Nevada desert.

Le ragazze di San Frediano (1955)

In Italy, handsome auto mechanic Andrea (Antonio Cifariello), who calls himself Bob, can't pass up the opportunity to make dates with the beautiful women around him. While on his way to see the fiery Tosca (Rossana Podesta), Bob considers chorus girl Silvana (Giulia Rubini), and later Bice (Corinne Calvet), a clothing designer -- and her assistant. Bob also finds time for schoolteacher Loretta (Luciana Liberati), all the time unaware that his neighbor, Gina (Marcella Mariani), pines for him.

Red Dirt Rising (2014)

Red Dirt Rising is a 2011 film starring Brad Yoder, Burgess Jenkins and Brett Rice based on the book Red Dirt Tracks: The Forgotten Heroes of Early Stockcar Racing by Gail Cauble Gurley telling the true story of race car driver Jimmie Lewallen. The film dramatizes the birth of NASCAR in the 1930s and 1940s.

The Happy Cricket and the Giant Bugs (2009)

The Happy Cricket and the Giant Bugs (Portuguese: O Grilo Feliz e os Insetos Gigantes) is a 2009 Brazilian computer-animated children's fantasy film directed by Walbercy Ribas and Rafael Ribas and produced by Start Desenhos Animados. The film is the sequel of The Happy Cricket, released in 2001. The Happy Cricket and the Giant Bugs was nominated for best movie in the 2009 Chicago International Children's Film Festival." In 2010, the film won the Academia Brasileira de Cinema's prize for best animation and best children's feature film.

Gun Justice (1933)

Gun Justice is a 1933 American Western film directed by Alan James and written by Robert Quigley. The film stars Ken Maynard, Cecilia Parker, Hooper Atchley, Walter Miller, William Gould and Jack Rockwell. The film was released on December 11, 1933, by Universal Pictures.

The Woman Who Touched the Legs (1960)

A writer named Gomu (Eiji Funakoshi) and a police detective named Heita (Hajime Hana) are both drawn to an attractive female pickpocket (Machiko Kyo) who is fleecing fellow travelers on board an express train to the countryside. The cop, who is on vacation, falls in love with her despite her criminal reputation, while Gomu comes to her aid after her money is stolen by another pickpocket. Neither man can resist following the lady to her ultimate destination -- a remote village near an air base.

Peg Leg, Musket & Sabre (1973)

Scalawag is a 1973 film directed by Kirk Douglas, his first of two films directed, the other being Posse.

The Wicked Go to Hell (1955)

Based on the play by Frdric Dard.

Frozen Silence (2012)

A serial killer murders soldiers in the ranks of the Blue Division, a volunteer group of Spanish soldiers fighting with the Germans on the Russian front.

Outlaw's Highway (1934)

A lawman, his dog and his trusty white stallion fight a gang of outlaws.

Three to Dance (2011)

When a Latvian legionnaire is sentenced to death for deserting the German army, his girlfriend gets involved in a love triangle with a German officer to save the life of her beloved.

Sea Rex 3D: Journey to a Prehistoric World (2010)

An underwater journey through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.

The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped (1974)

The Girl Who Came Gift-Wrapped is a 1974 American made-for-television comedy film starring Karen Valentine, Richard Long, Tom Bosley and Farrah Fawcett. It was directed by Bruce Bilson and aired as the ABC Movie of the Week on January 29, 1974.

King's Highway (2002)

A young man drops everything and travels to California to stop his first love from marrying.

Nights, Gambled Away (1997)

A Greek woman (Viki Volioti) travels to Berlin to find her sister (Jasmin Tabatabai) when she doesn't come to their father's funeral.

Frightworld (2006)

Nine people become trapped in a warehouse filled with the remnants of the Frightworld Amusement Park and a vengeful spirit.

Fighting Shadows (1935)

Fighting Shadows is a 1935 American western film directed by David Selman from a screenplay by Ford Beebe, which stars Tim McCoy, Robert Allen, Geneva Mitchell, and Ward Bond.

Sueño y silencio (2012)

Dream and Silence (Spanish: Sueño y silencio) is a 2012 Spanish drama film directed by Jaime Rosales. The film was screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

The Lamp Still Burns (1943)

The Lamp Still Burns is a 1943 British drama film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Rosamund John, Stewart Granger and Godfrey Tearle. Its plot concerns a woman architect who changes careers to become a nurse. It was based on the novel One Pair of Feet by Monica Dickens. Like the novel, the film is a plea for better conditions in English hospitals - and, more specifically, for better treatment of England's selfless nurses. The Lamp Still Burns was produced by actor Leslie Howard, who was killed in the service of his country not long after the film was released.

Beauty and the Least: The Misadventures of Ben Banks (2012)

Ben Banks is a 2012 independent American comedy-drama and the directorial debut of Bryce Clark. The film stars Mischa Barton, Melora Hardin and Katharine Towne. The film is also being marketed as Beauty and the Least in some international territories and for the US video release. The film received a limited theatrical release in the United States on 7 December 2012.

The Heart Of Me (2002)

The Heart of Me is a 2002 British period drama film directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan and starring Helena Bonham Carter, Paul Bettany and Olivia Williams. Set in London before and after World War II, it depicts the consequences of a woman's torrid affair with her sister's husband. The film is an adaptation of Rosamond Lehmann's novel The Echoing Grove.

In Our Time (1982)

Four short films from four different directors, spanning from the 1950s to the 1980s. A staple of Taiwanese New Wave Cinema.

Star of India (1954)

Star of India is a 1954 British adventure film directed by Arthur Lubin and starring Cornel Wilde, Jean Wallace, Herbert Lom and Walter Rilla. Its Italian title was Stella Dell'India.

Lightning Carson Rides Again (1938)

Lightning Carson Rides Again is a 1938 American film directed by Sam Newfield.

The End Of Love (2013)

The End of Love is a drama film written and directed by Mark Webber. It stars Michael Cera, Amanda Seyfried and Mark Webber. It premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival was released theatrically in the United States on March 1, 2013 in the United States.

Donoma (2011)

Donoma is a 2010 French drama film written and directed by Djinn Carrénard. Carrénard was awarded the 2010 Prix Louis-Delluc for first film.

Frisco Lil (1942)

Frisco Lil is a 1942 American drama film directed by Erle C. Kenton and written by George Bricker and Michael Jacoby. The film stars Irene Hervey, Kent Taylor, Minor Watson, Jerome Cowan, Samuel S. Hinds and Milburn Stone. The film was released on March 13, 1942, by Universal Pictures.

Love Unto Death (1984)

The happy marriage of Simon (Pierre Arditi) and Elizabeth (Sabine Azema) is suddenly put to the test when he suffers a near-fatal seizure. Although he recovers miraculously, Simon becomes obsessed with his own mortality.

Booked Out (2012)

Booked Out is a 2012 comedy-drama film starring Mirren Burke, Rollo Weeks, Claire Garvey and Sylvia Syms. This was the first film of writer and director Bryan O'Neil and premiered at the Prince Charles Cinema on 6 March 2012, before going on a limited release across the United Kingdom. The film was mostly shot over 19 days in March 2010, with two days of reshoots in August that year. The total estimated budget was £600,000.

Honey Britches (1971)

Demented Death Farm Massacre is a 1971 horror film directed by Fred Olen Ray and Donn Davison and features screen legend John Carradine as 'The Judge of Hell', who narrates the story.

SUS (2010)

Sus is a 2010 British drama film directed by Robert Heath and starring Ralph Brown, Clint Dyer and Rafe Spall. It is set in a police station on the evening of the 1979 general election, where a black suspect is brought in and interrogated on suspicion of murder. It was written by Barrie Keeffe, adapted from his 1979 play with the same title, and takes its name from the Sus law in operation at the time.

The Last Stop (1990)

A man (Sabit Kurmanbekov) returns from the Soviet army to find his fiancee married and the job market scarce.

Big Zapper (1973)

A female private eye (Linda Marlowe) becomes embroiled in counterfeiting and murder after she is hired to locate a wealthy man's missing children.

The Human Monster (1939)

The Dark Eyes of London is a 1939 British horror film directed by Walter Summers, starring Béla Lugosi and Greta Gynt. The film is an adaptation of the 1924 novel of the same name by Edgar Wallace. The film is about a scientist named Dr. Orloff who commits a series of murders for insurance money, while periodically disguising himself as the blind manager of a charity to further his scheme. It was released in November 1939 in Britain, where it became the first British film to receive the "H" rating for "Horrific". It was released in the USA in 1940 by Monogram Pictures under the title of The Human Monster.

The Murder Man (1935)

The Murder Man is a 1935 American crime-drama film starring Spencer Tracy, Virginia Bruce, and Lionel Atwill, and directed by Tim Whelan. The picture was Tracy's first film in what would be a twenty-year career with MGM. Tracy plays an investigative reporter who specializes in murder cases. The film is notable as the feature film debut of James Stewart (who had previously appeared in a Shemp Howard comedy short called Art Trouble). Stewart has sixth billing as a reporter named Shorty.

Sailor Be Good (1933)

Sailor Be Good is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by James Cruze and written by Ethel Doherty, Viola Brothers Shore and Ralph Spence. Starring Jack Oakie, Vivienne Osborne, George E. Stone, Max Hoffman Jr. and Lincoln Stedman, the film was released on March 7, 1933, by RKO Pictures.

Mickey the Kid (1939)

Mickey the Kid is a 1939 film.

Cruzando (2009)

Manny (Michael Ray Escamilla) flees from impending fatherhood to see his father one last time before he is executed.

Neutral Port (1940)

It is 1939. A battered old ship is sailing to the neutral port of Esperanto when it is sunk by a German U-boat. Captain Ferguson and his crew row ashore where the Captain vows revenge. However, the other intelligence officers wish to follow the U-boat to its meeting place and infiltrate the crew with an undercover agent. Ferguson still wishes to capture the U-boat, however, so he opts instead to attack a different one. His crew board the boat and after a tussle with the Nazis, seize control. Captain Ferguson has broken navy policy by defying orders, but how will he achieve his mission with his reputation still intact?

God Went Surfing With The Devil (2010)

God Went Surfing with the Devil is a 2010 surfing documentary directed by Alexander Klein that follows the story of a group of activists who are trying to get a shipment of 23 surfboards into the Gaza strip. The group is met with several problems, including the border of Gaza being sealed by Israel. The DVD was released in the US on May 24, 2011 and shortly thereafter was distributed on Netflix.

La méridienne (1988)

Lounge Chair is a 1988 Swiss-French drama film directed by Jean-François Amiguet. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Swiss entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 61st Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Puso Ng Pasko (1998)

Christopher (Emman Abeleda) cannot help but think that he is jinxed, but his luck changes when an impish Christmas elf appears, offering him and his siblings a wish.

Occasional Coarse Language (1998)

Occasional Coarse Language is a 1998 Australian romantic comedy film about a young woman who loses her boyfriend and job in the same day and tries to get her life back on track.

Never Apologize (2008)

One legendary talent pays tribute to another in this special evening of revelation and celebration about one of the most significant forces of the latter half of 20th-century British filmmaking: Lindsay Anderson. Actor Malcolm McDowell weaves tales of Alan Bates, Bette Davis, Princess Diana, John Ford, John Gielgud, Lillian Gish and Laurence Olivier into Never Apologize, the entertaining one-man stage show about Anderson that McDowell premiered in Edinburgh and London.

Murder in the Fleet (1935)

Murder In the Fleet is a 1935 American murder mystery/comedy-drama film set aboard the USS Carolina. Released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the film was directed by Edward Sedgwick and stars Robert Taylor and Jean Parker.

Machine Gun Mama (1944)

Machine Gun Mama is a 1944 American musical comedy film directed by Harold Young. It was PRC's attempt to feature a comedy team to compete with Universal's Abbott and Costello and Paramount's Road to ... movies and their entry in the Good Neighbor Policy film genre of the time where the United States presented both a positive image to Latin and South America as well as stimulating American tourism to the region. Harold Young had also directed the live action portions of Walt Disney's The Three Caballeros. The film had the working titles Mexican Fiesta and Moonlight Fiesta but is also known as Tropical Fury as an American TV title of the film.

Dead Enders (2010)

Robert has to survive booby trapped mazes, torture and an evil presence after he is kidnapped by a crazed woman.

Galloping Romeo (1933)

Money is mysteriously disappearing from a locked trunk atop the stage even though the trunk arrives still locked. When pals Bob Rivers and Grizzly get the job driving the stage, the same thing happens.

Calendar Girl Murders (1984)

Calendar Girl Murders is a 1984 television movie directed by William A. Graham and starred Tom Skerritt and Sharon Stone, who played the part of photographer Cassie Bascomb.

The Fall of the House of Usher (1928)

The Fall of the House of Usher (French: La Chute de la maison Usher) is a 1928 French horror film directed by Jean Epstein, one of multiple films based on the Gothic short story The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe. Future director Luis Buñuel co-wrote the screenplay with Epstein, his second film credit, having previously worked as assistant director on Epstein's film Mauprat from 1926. American critic Roger Ebert included the film on his list of "Great Movies." In 1995, Ivan Fedele composed an original soundtrack for the film. In 2012 famous Czech composer Varhan Orchestrovich Bauer composed new original soundtrack and performed with Basel Sinfonietta in Switzerland and Germany. In 2015 Anna Coogan wrote and performed her score for the film.

Plankton (1994)

Creatures from the Abyss (original title Plankton) is a 1994 Italian b-movie directed by Massimiliano Cerchi and written by Richard Bauman. The film starred Clay Rogers, Michael Bon, Sharon Twomey, Laura di Palma, Ann Wolf and infamous low budget movie director and actor Deran Sarafian.

Air Police (1931)

Air Police is a 1931 aviation sound film about air police produced by George W. Weeks Productions and was distributed by Sono Art-World Wide Pictures and William Steiner Productions. Air Police was directed by Stuart Paton and stars Kenneth Harlan, Josephine Dunn, Richard Cramer and Charles Delaney.

Interceptor (1992)

In the high-tech world of top secret aircraft, the virtual reality Stealth Fighter is the Air Force's hottest warbird. Take off for adventure aboard a giant C5 cargo plane as ruthless saboteurs, led by the cunning Phillips (Jurgen Prochnow) attempt to skyjack a Stealth at 30,000 feet. Only the resourcefulness of Air Force Captain Christ Winfield (Andrew Divoff) and pilot Janet Morgan (Elizabeth Moreheard) holds them at bay. But the brutal game of search and destroy that beings in the bowels of the giant aircraft becomes a deadly mid-air duel between two men who would rather die than lose in this thrilling, non-stop special effects tour de force.

Retrato de Teresa (1979)

Portrait of Teresa (Spanish: Retrato de Teresa) is a 1979 Cuban drama film directed by Pastor Vega. It was entered into the 11th Moscow International Film Festival, where Daisy Granados won the award for Best Actress.

Fotos (1996)

Azucena and Narciso fall in love, but their dark pasts threaten to end their budding romance.

Go-Get-'Em, Haines (1936)

Go-Get-'Em, Haines is a 1936 American mystery film directed by Sam Newfield. It was William Boyd's last non-Hopalong Cassidy role.

Mabel's New Hero (1913)

Mabel's New Hero is a 1913 American short comedy film featuring Mabel Normand, Fatty Arbuckle, and The Keystone Cops.

Teenage Strangler (1964)

Teen-Age Strangler is a 1964 crime drama film directed by Ben Parker. It was made in Huntington, West Virginia. It exploits the popular concern with Juvenile delinquency of the American Cold War period. It was re-released in black & white in 1990, resulting in local screenings, newspaper writeups, and cast reunions. It was featured on a Season 5 episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K). Actor John Humphreys, who played the role of "Mikey" appeared at the MST3K first Conventio-Con in September, 1994.

Torchy Runs for Mayor (1939)

Torchy Runs for Mayor is a 1939 American drama-comedy film directed by Ray McCarey. The film stars Glenda Farrell and Barton MacLane. This is the eighth film in the "Torchy Blane" movie series by Warner Bros. It was released on May 13, 1939.