The Brides in the Bath (2003)

George Joseph Smith (Martin Kemp) successively drowns each of his three wives in the bathtub, then tries to make the incidents look accidental.

Harmon of Michigan (1941)

An All-American (Tom Harmon) marries his sweetheart (Anita Louise), turns pro and winds up assisting his old football coach.

Black Gunn (1972)

Life is good for Gunn (Jim Brown). Not only does he live in a huge Los Angeles mansion with his beautiful girlfriend (Brenda Sykes), he's also converted it into one of the most most happening clubs in the city. But life isn't as good for his little brother, Scotty, a troubled Vietnam vet involved with a group of black militants. When Scotty and the radicals rob a gambling parlor owned by the mob, the gangsters strike back, and Scotty ends up dead. Now Gunn is out for revenge.

Empty Eyes (2001)

After brutally murdering his father (Gianni Cavina), a disturbed man (Fabrizio Gifuni) faces questions from his family and a detective (Valerio Mastandrea).

Raiders of Atlantis (1983)

Explorers are stranded on the risen lost continent, opposite its army of atomic warriors.

Gnaw: Food of the Gods II (1989)

Giant rats overrun a Canadian college after a scientist's accelerated growth serum spills into the sewers.


A detective who learned the ropes through a correspondence course puts his training to use on a mob-related killing.

Unlucky Stars (2015)

Two private eyes are hoping for an easy payday when they're hired to track down a movie star from Peru. When a struggling stuntman and an obsessive fan drop into the mix, the mission becomes anything but easy.

Too Wise Wives (1921)

An eager-to-please 1920s newlywed (Claire Windsor) irritates her wealthy husband (Louis Calhern), who considers an affair with a married ex.

The 2 Sides of the Bed (2005)

Javier (Ernesto Alterio) and Marta (Vernica Snchez) are set to be married, but the arrival of Raquel (Luca Jimnez), the new girlfriend of Javier's best pal, Pedro (Guillermo Toledo), throws a wrench in the works. Marta leaves Javier at the altar to run off with Raquel, making the men single, despondent and confused. They both lean on their new friend Carlota (Pilar Castro) for support and, soon, for more. This musical comedy is a sequel to "The Other Side of the Bed."

Too Hot to Handle (1975)

An international hit woman (Cheri Caffaro) fights mobsters in Manila.

Macabre Case of Prom Pi Ram (2004)

A rookie cop in Thailand must solve the brutal rape and murder of a woman. The crime seems somehow linked to a celebration held for a government official in the isolated town of Prom Pi Ram.

I Love a Mystery (1945)

Mysterious letters from a Tibetan religious group have anxious inheritor Jefferson Monk (George Macready) fearing for his life. When the strange messages accurately portend the paralysis of his wife, Ellen (Nina Foch), and warn of his own impending decapitation, Monk seeks the help of private investigator Jack Packard (Jim Bannon) and his partner. The gumshoes soon uncover an elaborate and sordid murder plot that runs closer to home than the exotic ruse would suggest.

Now We Are Alive (2014)

On his 25th birthday, Tom follows tradition and chooses the woman of his dreams by the sound of her voice.

Silent Heart (2014)

Three generations of a family come together on a weekend to see their sick mother before she dies.

Critters 3 (1992)

Hairy little aliens make their way to a city in search of their favorite snack.

Snowbound (1947)

Good and bad characters (Robert Newton, Dennis Price, Herbert Lom) are stuck in a ski chalet near buried Nazi gold in the Alps.

The Affair (1995)

Scandal results from a black American soldier's (Courtney B. Vance) liaison with a married white Englishwoman (Kerry Fox) in World War II England.

Target for Today (1944)

Germany becomes the daylight target of opposing World War II nations.

The Squaw Man (1931)

Englishman Jim Wingate (Warner Baxter) loves Lady Diana Kerhill (Eleanor Boardman), who's married to his cousin, an earl charged with embezzlement. Jim courageously takes the blame for the crime to clear the earl's name, then escapes to the American frontier for a fresh start. He marries Naturach (Lupe Velez), a beautiful Native American, but their bliss is interrupted when, following the earl's death, Lady Diana tracks Jim down, planning to confess she's always secretly yearned for him.

ToY (2015)

Chloe inherits her mother's wealth and the thing that took her life. When she meets an aging call girl, the two women cling to each other as they try to escape their inevitable declines.

The Tamarind Seed (1974)

On vacation from her job in the civil service, Judith Farrow (Julie Andrews) heads to the Caribbean where she befriends a debonair Russian named Feodor Sverdlov (Omar Sharif). The two quickly fall in love, but Judith's feelings are tested when Sverdlov is revealed to be a Russian agent eager to win her over to his cause. Back at home, Judith is instructed never to see him again, but can't shake the attachment, and soon finds that both of their lives are in danger.

I Wanted to See Angels (1992)

An uncertain future awaits a young debt collector, a teenage girl and a hustler in modern-day Moscow.

Whose Daughter is She? (1995)

A woman (Stephanie Zimbalist) resurfaces after 10 years to reclaim her two children, raised by her ex-husband's widow (Joanna Kerns).

Get Married If You Can (2014)

While being fitted for her gown, a woman learns that her fiance is a cheater. She treats her heartache with alcohol and winds up in the middle of the jungle.

The Old Curiosity Shop (1935)

Dickens' Little Nell (Elaine Benson) and her grandfather (Ben Webster) are evicted from their London shop by miserly Mr. Quilp (Hay Petrie).

Pardon My Gun (1930)

A ranch hand (George Duryea) must win a horse race to prevent a dishonest neighbor from snatching his boss's property.

That's My Baby (1944)

A man (Richard Arlen) and his fiancee (Ellen Drew) make her father laugh with a cartoon.

Ultima Thule: A Journey to the Edge of the World (2005)

Alfred embarks on an internal journey while hovering between life and death in an intensive care ward.

Neuland (2013)

Students in an integration class in Switzerland prepare to find jobs in their new society.

The Window (2018)

A career criminal and a blindwoman begin a relationship.

Robin Hood of Texas (1947)

Outlaw Duke Mantel (James Cardwell) dupes singing cowboy Gene Autry (Gene Autry) and his band into providing a diversion while his gang robs a bank nearby, leading to the band members' arrest. After the mistake is cleared up, Gene learns that his friend has inherited a ranch, prompting the band to move there and turn it into a "rest ranch." Soon after, fleeing outlaw accomplice Julie Reeves (Adele Mara) arrives at the ranch, and Gene and the band are drawn into the search for the bank money.

As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM (2015)

The life and work of the mash-up pioneer and his influence on electronic music.

This Day and Age (1933)

When notorious gangster Louis Garrett (Charles Bickford) murders the local tailor, a group of high school students are incensed at the fact that Garrett walks away a free man. They appeal to the town's adults, but when they realize everyone is too scared to stand up to Garrett, the students take matters into their own hands. With pretty Gay Merrick (Judith Allen) acting as bait, Steve Smith (Richard Cromwell), the leader of the group, hatches a plan to lure Garrett out into the open.

Never Say Die (1995)

An ex-special forces corporal (Frank Zagarino) seeks revenge on the commander who ambushed him and left him for dead years earlier.

Assignment Redhead (1956)

A secret agent (Richard Denning) falls for a cabaret singer (Carole Mathews), part of a gang out to steal bogus Nazi cash.

Secrets of Chinatown (1935)

A private detective's friend falls in love with a clerk at a Chinatown curio shop, then disappears after witnessing a weird cult ceremony.

On the Isle of Samoa (1950)

After committing a robbery, a man is inspired to confess by a lovely native girl he meets on a small island.

Meet Miss Bobby Socks (1944)

An ex-GI calls on the girl who has been sending him pen-pal letters, only to find she's a bit younger than he expected.

Law of the Tong (1931)

A bar hostess (Phyllis Barrington) gets caught up in a scheme to smuggle illegal Chinese aliens into the U.S.

Ever Since Venus (1944)

An eccentric factory owner (Hugh Herbert) saves the day for promoters of a non-staining lipstick.

Everything Will be Fine (2010)

A man stumbles upon photographs of prisoners of war being tortured by Danish soldiers.

Aspie Seeks Love (2015)

David Matthews spends 20 years posting personal ads seeking love, until he is diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome at the age of 41. After his diagnosis, his entire life changes, and he changes his strategy for winning the love of a woman.

If Ever I See You Again (1978)

A jingle composer (Joseph Brooks) gets another chance with the dream girl (Shelley Hack) he loved so awkwardly in college.

Dragon (2006)

A princess (Amelia Jackson-Gray) and two adventurers (Matt Wolf, Jon Paul Gates) encounter an army of elves and a powerful dragon.

A Young Poet (2015)

A young poet dreams of thrilling the world with his words. He chases the muse around the unbearably hot city of Sète, looking for inspiration in cemeteries, underwater and in bars.

Bill Cracks Down (1937)

A steel mill worker (Grant Withers) will inherit the business if he can straighten out his late boss's reprehensible son (Ranny Weeks).

American Poltergeist (2013)

Amateur paranormal investigators taunt spirits in a last ditch attempt to record a poltergeist. Their experiment is too successful, and they awaken something angry and deadly.

Three Days to a Kill (1991)

A colonel sends a mercenary buddy (Fred Williamson) to rescue an ambassador kidnapped by a Colombian drug lord.

Baptism of Blood (2005)

Friars in Brazil face interrogation and torture as they oppose military dictatorship.

Ripped Off (1971)

Framed for killing his manager, a boxer (Robert Blake) hides from a detective (Ernest Borgnine) and tries to find the killer.

The Infinite Border (2007)

Migrant workers in Central America embark on a dangerous journey to the United States.

Mercenary (1997)

An electronics mogul (John Ritter) coerces a former commander (Olivier Gruner) into helping him find the terrorist who killed his wife.

My Name Is Salt (2013)

Families spend eight months a year extracting salt from the ground.

Deadly Lessons (2014)

A mysterious college professor uses dysfunctional people to help investigate a murder when he is framed by his rival (Jon Voight).

House Of The Witchdoctor (2014)

Leslie and her friends are targeted by two killers at her family's remote estate. The torture and killings are just getting started when people from the neighborhood trap everyone in the house, and they all realize death my be the only escape.

Max and the Junkmen (1971)

An ex-magistrate (Michel Piccoli) intent on justice joins the police force, then sets up a prostitute (Romy Schneider) and her small-time criminal boyfriend (Bernard Fresson).

Proof of the Devil (2014)

An executed murderer's mother hires a documentary crew to prove her son was possessed by a demon when he killed people.

Stilt (2012)

Tension mounts between family members and a bird expert, who longs to be as free as the migratory birds he observes.

Crooks in Cloisters (1963)

A crook (Ronald Fraser), his moll (Barbara Windsor) and his gang pose as monks in a deserted monastery off the British coast.

Orly (2010)

Plane passengers (Josse De Pauw, Maren Eggert, Natacha Régnier) await their departing flights in a Parisian airport.

The Mighty Humble Blueberry (2014)

The history of the fruit and the woman who brought it into cultivation in 1911.

Law of the North (1932)

A man tries to clear himself of murder while a neighboring woman knows more about the case than anyone suspects.

Fast Zombies With Guns (2009)

Poisoned water causes an outbreak of smart zombies who move fast and use guns.

The Bells of Death (1968)

After the murder of his family, a martial artist searches for his kidnapped sister.

Little Heroes 2 (2000)

Two dogs find excitement during a visit to Universal Studios in Los Angeles.

The Retreat (2005)

A killer terrorizes a group of college students (Melissa Schuman, Scott Vickaryous) in the cold Michigan wilderness.

Trakked (2015)

A woman inserts a camera in the head of her cheating boyfriend and watches his every move on her computer.

Corruption (1968)

A knighted surgeon (Peter Cushing) kills for the skin glands he needs to restore his wife's (Sue Lloyd) scarred face.

A Genesis Found (2009)

An archaeologist's grandson tries to prove his crazy story of finding an alien body is true.

Johnny the Giant Killer (1953)

A giant captures French boys and reduces them to the scale of birds, bees and spiders.

Awkward Thanksgiving (2014)

A family tangled in a web of drama from financial issues and relationships experiences a long, awkward period of silence during Thanksgiving dinner.

Guests (1998)

Two Albanian immigrants (Julian Sota, Llazar Sota) living in Rome and working in a restaurant navigate the pitfalls of a hot city that has emptied for the summer holidays.

Untamed Women (1952)

An Air Force officer encounters a strange band of females from a lost civilization inhabiting a remote South Seas island.

The High: Making the Toughest Race on Earth (2014)

Extreme long distance runners fight against military resistance, altitude sickness, hypothermia and deadly mistakes while creating a dangerous new race over the highest passes in the world.

The Vengeance of the Vampire Women (1970)

Masked Mexican wrestler Santo (Santo) battles a vengeance-bent vampire countess (Gina Romand) who wants to destroy him.

Symptoms (1974)

A masculine woman (Angela Pleasence) invites another woman (Lorna Heilbron) up to her house in the country and stabs her.

Daredevils of Kung Fu (1979)

Four men plan an elaborate scheme to avenge their friend's murder.

Two Shots Fired (2014)

Mariano finds a gun in his house and shoots himself, twice.

Could This Be Love? (2007)

Sparks fly when the head (Vincent Lindon) of a tech company falls in love with a headstrong artist (Sandrine Bonnaire).

La Cuisine au Beurre (1963)

A Frenchman (Fernandel) who stayed with an innkeeper for 10 years after World War II returns to his remarried wife (Claire Maurier).

Montauk, AZ. (2009)

A killer who works as a janitor for the police falls for a new officer and tries to change his ways.

Warrior of Steel (1972)

A gambling gangster makes enemies with the son of a mob kingpin.

Pachito Rex: I'm Leaving But Not for Good (2001)

Mystery surrounds the supposed death of a pop star, as his accused killer is released, and his body goes missing.

The Third Generation (1979)

A speculation on Germany's increased security and terrorism.

Vice Versa (1947)

A Victorian boy (Anthony Newley) uses a magic stone to trade places with his stuffy father (Roger Livesey).

Keeper of the Beat: A Woman's Journey Into the Heart of Drumming (2012)

Barbara Borden, a 67-year-old drummer, composer and teacher, shares her life's story.

Search and Destroy (1981)

Years after being stranded by GIs in Vietnam, an Asian official tracks two of them (Perry King, Don Stroud) to Niagara Falls.

Jane B. for Agnès V. (1987)

Actress and recording star Jane Birkin and filmmaker Agnes Varda shared an interest in feminism.

After Mein Kampf (1940)

Allied propaganda in the form of cartoons and newsreels shows the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.

Fortune Cookie (2016)

When cryptic messages hidden inside fortune cookies turn out to be death omens, some friends try to make sure that their fortunes do not come true.

A Pretty Funny Story (2012)

A neighbor takes drastic action to keep Rick from sharing what he saw.

The Best of Betty Boop Volume II (1980)

Episodes of the 1930s cartoon vamp featured in this film include "I Heard," "Silly Scandals," "Halloween Party."

Bikini. Una historia real (2014)

The mayor of a small town in Spain wants women to be allowed to wear bikinis on beaches.

Book Club (2012)

Eight women share a close, lifelong bond thanks to the book club that they formed nearly 70 years earlier.

The Crack II (1983)

A detective investigates a murder.

Izzie's Way Home (2016)

A lost fish braves the perils of the sea.

Bipolarized: Rethinking Mental Illness (2014)

Ross McKenzie tries alternative treatments for bipolar disorder.

Friendship's Field (1996)

A girl (Kate Maberly) befriends a migrant boy (Jonathan Hernandez) working in her father's beet fields during the summer of 1965.

He Was Her Man (1934)

Flicker Hayes (James Cagney) has a score to settle with his old bank-robbing partners, Dan (Bradley Page) and Red (Ralf Harolde). They set him up to take the fall for their last job, and now Flicker, just out of prison, wants revenge. He ropes Dan and Red into one last job, then takes off for San Francisco after ratting them out to the police. Convinced he's safe, Flicker falls for a reformed prostitute (Joan Blondell), unaware that Dan has escaped the police and is on the hunt for him.