Crypt of the Living Dead (1972)

A professor's son (Andrew Prine) opens the island tomb of a queen (Teresa Gimpera) buried alive by her husband in 1269.

The Ogre (1996)

A simple Parisian's (John Malkovich) love of children involves him in a Nazi scheme to kidnap boys and train them as SS troops during World War II.

She's Beautiful When She's Angry (2014)

Filmmaker Mary Dore chronicles the events, the movers and the shakers of the feminist movement from 1966 to 1971.

It Could Happen to You (1937)

An attorney gallantly defends his adopted brother against murder charges.

Everything to Gain (1996)

A police detective (Jack Scalia) helps a New York ad executive (Sean Young) go on after her husband (Charles Shaughnessy) and children are murdered.

Another House (2013)

Bernard's sons must rediscover the ties that bind them as they decide what to do with their father's mental decline.

The General Line (1929)

A woman (Marfa Lapkina) in a rural town deals with the new ways of communism.

Nyoka and the Lost Secrets of Hippocrates (1942)

Nyoka races the evil Vultura to find the long-lost Tablets of Hippocrates in this feature version of the series.

Home Before Midnight (1979)

A songwriter's (James Aubrey) relationship with an underage girl (Alison Elliott) leads to rape charges.

My Name Is Hmmm... (2013)

An 11-year-old runaway with an absent mother and abusive father disappears on a field trip and finds solace with a Scottish truck driver.

The Battle of the Rails (1945)

Railroad workers fight in the French Resistance during World War II.

The Crying Dead (2011)

The cast and crew of a paranormal reality show spend their first night at a haunted location. Vague apparitions quickly become violent hauntings and, one by one, the people lose their lives.

Port of Missing Girls (1938)

A fugitive singer (Judith Allen) falls for the wireless operator (Milburn Stone) on a captain's (Harry Carey) freighter to Shanghai.

Santee (1973)

A bounty hunter (Glenn Ford) faces his son's killers with help from the son (Michael Burns) of an outlaw he has killed.

R.L. Stine's Mostly Ghostly: One Night in Doom House (2016)

One enchanted jewel stands between Earth and an army of evil spirits led by Phears, a devious ghoul. With the help of his new girlfriend and ghost pals, Max Doyle races to find the crystal and save the world.

Shark Park (2006)

A team of big wave surfers discover a monster new wave and ride it on a remote reef in the Santa Barbara Channel Islands.

Ray Alexander: A Menu for Murder (1995)

A cafe owner and private eye (Louis Gossett Jr.) living in San Francisco works to clear the mistress (Romy Walthall) of a murdered judge.

Vallavan (2006)

A happy-go-lucky college student disguises himself to have a relationship with a teacher at his school.

The Key Man (1957)

In an attempt to scare up news for his radio program, a reporter solves a murder and finds money missing from a theft.

Uptown New York (1932)

In New York City, the family of young Dr. Max Silver (Leon Waycoff) breaks up his romance with Pat Smith (Shirley Grey) by arranging a marriage for him and sending him to Vienna. Although brokenhearted, Pat eventually dates kindly salesman Eddie Doyle (Jack Oakie). When Max returns and attempts to rekindle their romance, Pat refuses and marries Eddie instead. Knowing about Max but determined to find happiness, Eddie is content -- until Pat suffers a tragedy requiring Max's professional help.

Awake to Danger (1995)

A teenager (Tori Spelling) emerges from a coma, learns that her mother has been murdered and fears that she is next.

The Saddest Music in the World (2003)

In this experimental musical set in 1930s Winnipeg, Canada, amputee baroness Lady Port-Huntley (Isabella Rossellini) organizes a competition offering $25,000 to the person who can compose the saddest music in the world. Musicians -- including a depressed Broadway producer (Mark McKinney), his guilt-stricken father (David Fox) and a Serbian cellist (Ross McMillan) -- flock to Winnipeg with the hope that they will be the best at conveying tragedy and grief in their music.

The Lone Hand (1954)

A Pinkerton detective (Joel McCrea) poses as an outlaw without telling his wife (Barbara Hale) and son the truth.

Trail of the Vigilantes (1940)

A tenderfoot reporter (Franchot Tone) goes west and leads a trio against a villain's (Warren William) ranch-protection racket.

Hitler Goes Kaput! (2008)

A clueless Soviet agent (Pavel Derevyanko) infiltrates Hitler's inner circle.

Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo (1977)

Townsfolk unite against spiders freed from a crashed plane's coffee-bean cargo.

On Tender Hooks (2013)

Filmmaker Kate Shenton examines human suspension, the act of piercing hooks through flesh and hanging in midair.

Máquina de Sueños (2013)

Filmmakers study the motivation and creative processes of three contemporary Mexican artists who share international fame.

Two Tickets to London (1943)

An escaped ship's mate accused of treason clears his name with the help of a young girl.

The Last Journey of Madam Phung (2014)

A former monk who became a guiding hand to a group of itinerant performers, Madam Phung worries about what will happen to her troupe when she is gone.

Cruel (2014)

Pierre, a day laborer, lives with his sick father and cannot free himself until he meets a pianist in a bookstore.

The Colour Out of Space (2010)

A boy, looking for his missing father, travels to Germany and uncovers the haunting legacy a meteorite left behind.

Bodacious Space Pirates (2014)

A space pirate attending Hakuho Girls' Academy is hired to rob a high-class passenger ship.

Portraits of a Killer (1996)

An attorney (Jennifer Grey) falls for her client (Costas Mandylor), a photographer accused of killing five prostitutes who appeared in his book.

Leap Year (1961)

Three families find their fates unexpectedly intertwined on New Year's Eve.

The Fear of Speed (2002)

A woman attempts to overcome her paralyzing fear of speed in order to win an underground racing competition.

There Goes Kelly (1945)

Two employees (Jackie Moran, Sidney Miller) at a radio station try to solve the murder of a star vocalist.

Who Is Delsin? (2013)

Gerard Martinez spends his days trying to prove the French superhero Mon Protecteur really exists before killing 10 people.

Sportloto 82 (1982)

A group of people hunting a winning lottery ticket.

Shoot (2014)

An assassin is interrupted by a bothersome bird before he can take the shot that will kill his target. The annoying intruder presents more of a challenge to the assasin than any of his previous victims.

The Last Train (2002)

South American train buffs steal a vintage locomotive to prevent its shipment to Hollywood.

Violet's Visit (1995)

A 15-year-old runaway (Rebecca Smart) reunites with her father (Graham Harvey), who now lives with a gay lover (David Franklin).

Barko (2010)

An unloved and abused dog establishes itself as the unwilling clown of a circus run by poodles.

Saathi (1968)

A doctor returns to India and starts working as chief surgeon at a hospital. He marries a nurse who works with him and starts his research on cancer treatment.

Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran (2016)

An MLA aide learns about the minister's plan to distribute extra funds to the public, but the minister's nephew has alternate plans for that money.

In the Bag (1956)

A lazy ranger tricks the bears into cleaning up after messy tourists.

Loins of Punjab Presents (2007)

The lives of seven strangers collide at a singing contest.

Come Have Coffee With Us (1970)

A middle-aged Italian tax inspector (Ugo Tognazzi) marries a rich girl (Angela Goodwin) and keeps her two sisters as mistresses.

The Christmas Tree (1969)

A French-American millionaire (William Holden), his girlfriend (Virna Lisi) and his war buddy (Andre Bourvil) try to grant his dying son's every wish.

Property Is No Longer a Theft (1973)

Allergic to money, a clerk (Flavio Bucci) at a bank steals items from a wealthy butcher (Ugo Tognazzi).

North of 36 (1924)

When a young woman inherits her father's cattle ranch, she must get the cattle to Abilene before a crooked state official steals her stock to gain control of her ranch.

End of the World (1977)

Scientists (Sue Lyon, Kirk Scott) discover that a priest (Christopher Lee) and nuns are aliens from Utopia out to destroy polluted Earth.

(1984)

The local king has surrounded himself with enemies, which include his own trusted men, who are plotting to overthrow him. Loyal Samadh Khan, and the king's brother-in-law, Arjun Singh, come to his rescue.

Dust in the Tongue (2014)

In his twilight years, Silvio takes a trip with his two grandchildren and plans to force them to kill him instead of dying of old age.

El Escape de los Santos (2005)

An innocent man hatches a daring plan to escape from a Mexican prison.

Stones (2002)

A group of women living in Madrid are navigating troubled, complicated and often comic lives. Adela (Antonia San Juan) is conflicted about running a brothel and raising her disabled daughter (Monica Cervera). Wealthy Isabel (ngela Molina) is obsessed with a fortune teller who reads feet instead of palms. Maricarmen (Vicky Pea) drives a taxi and is raising her late husband's children. Leire (Najwa Nimri) is having trouble finding inspiration. All the women must struggle to forge a new life.

Zoom (2015)

A comic book artist, a novelist, and a film director from separate realities write stories about one another.

The Dancer (2011)

Rasus and Srintil's undying passion fuels their will to survive as they fight to be reunited.

The Saracen Blade (1954)

Pietro (Ricardo Montalban) is a peasant hoping to avenge his father's death at the hands of a greedy count and his son, Enzio (Rick Jason). After falling in love with a noblewoman, Iolanthe (Betta St. John), Pietro encounters the emperor and agrees to join the Crusades, becoming a knight on the battlefield. Returning to Italy a hero, Pietro reunites with Iolanthe and again takes up his quest against Enzio and his father, which culminates in a vicious sword fight.

La Vida Segun Muriel (1997)

In the mountains of Argentina, two single mothers decide to renovate and reopen a dilapidated hotel.

The Secret of Anastasia (1997)

The story of orphaned Russian princess Anastasia and whose only friends are a team of magic, talking musical instruments.

The Brain Machine (1955)

A British psychiatrist (Elizabeth Allan) reads an amnesiac's (Maxwell Reed) brain waves and sees the mind of a killer.

Lucio Flavio (1977)

A deadly bank robber (Reginaldo Farias) terrorizes 1970s Brazil, which also has problems with police death squads.

A Kind of Magic (2015)

Despite agreeing to an arranged marriage to a childhood friend (Briana Lane), a successful businessman (Ryan McPartlin) tries to track down a beautiful woman (Nikki DeLoach) that he met at a Halloween party.

The Jungle Book: An Animated Classic (1989)

Young Mowgli and his animal friends have adventures in the wilderness.

(2013)

The son of a politician recruits two peaceful shepherds (José Garcia, Michaël Youn) to destroy the Eiffel Tower.

The Silencers (1996)

A Secret Service agent (Jack Scalia) joins forces with an intergalactic peace officer (Dennis Christopher) to thwart an alien plot to conquer Earth.

Land of Confusion (2008)

A National Guard Unit from Pennsylvania transitions from citizens to soldiers when they are sent to Iraq to search for weapons of mass destruction.

A Wilderness Station (2002)

A constable (Paul Johansson) investigates events surrounding a man (Corey Sevier), the death of his abusive brother (Brendan Fehr) and the latter's wife.

Queens (2005)

Magda manages a posh resort that is hosting a marriage ceremony for three gay couples. Her son Miguel (Unax Ugalde) is set to marry scar (Daniel Hendler) but tensions between his mother Ofelia and Miguel are causing problems. Narciso (Paco Len) and Hugo (Gustavo Salmern) have family problems due to Hugo's uptight parents and Narcisco's man-hungry mom, Nuria, who threatens to turn the ceremony into a spectacle. Reyes is on hand to see her son Rafa marry Jonas, the son of her gardener Jacinto.

Doctor in Love (1960)

British Dr. Hare (Michael Craig) falls for a colleague (Virginia Maskell), while large surgeon Sir Lancelot (James Robertson Justice) winds up in a strip joint.

Their Own Desire (1929)

When pretty young Lally Marlett (Norma Shearer) discovers that her father, Henry (Lewis Stone), is leaving her mother, Harriet (Belle Bennett), for another woman, she effectively disowns him. Later, Lally falls for the dashing John Douglas Cheever (Robert Montgomery), but is dismayed to find out that he's the son of Beth Cheever (Helene Millard), her father's intended second wife. Can Lally reconcile with her father and continue her relationship with John?

Fong Sai-Yuk (1993)

Self-assured with the kung fu skills to back it up, Fong Sai-Yuk (Jet Li) is one of the best fighters in the area. When a wealthy merchant (Sibelle Hu) devises a competition to win the hand of his daughter (Li Jia Xing) in marriage, Fong jumps at the chance. However, a case of mistaken identity compels Fong to forfeit, leaving his mother (Zhu Zhang) to win back his honor. Meanwhile, Fong's father invites more problems as a member of a secret anti-government organization.

Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide Is a Bad Idea (2010)

A suicidal man (Stanley Wong) gathers his unsuspecting buddies together for a final weekend party.

The Barker (1928)

The sideshow barker (Milton Sills) for a cheap carnival has plans for his teenage son (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) to study law.

Good Riddance (1980)

A lonely French Canadian girl (Charlotte Laurier) wants her mother (Marie Tifo) all to herself. Winner of eight Genie Awards.

King Solomon's Treasure (1976)

English explorer Allan Quatermain (David McCallum) leads an African search for the treasure of a lost Phoenician city.

I Am But a Little Woman (2010)

An Inuit mother recreates the arctic landscape in a spectacular wall hanging.

The Glass Slipper (1955)

In a retelling of the "Cinderella" tale, young orphan Ella (Leslie Caron) lives with her unpleasant stepmother (Elsa Lanchester) and stepsisters (Amanda Blake, Lisa Daniels), essentially working as their housekeeper. When the local prince (Michael Wilding) returns from school, a ball is announced. Around that time, Ella meets the prince, who is disguised as the son of the palace chef, and the two fall in love. When she manages to attend the ball, his revealed identity causes quite a stir.

Snapped (2005)

A photographer (Tiffany Knight) collects images of the dead, while a serial killer continues to terrorize the area.

Atlantic Avenue (2013)

A male prostitute comes to the aid of a teenage girl (Leopoldine Huyghues-Despointes) in a wheelchair.

Hitchhike to Happiness (1945)

A budding singer (Dale Evans), songwriter (Brad Taylor) and playwright (Al Pearce) team up on Broadway.

Demons 2 (1986)

Residents (David Knight, Virginia Bryant, Bobby Rhodes) of a high-rise are trapped inside with demons on a Saturday night.

To Life (2014)

Three women who met in Auschwitz reunite 15 years later during a seaside holiday.

Kóblic (2016)

In 1977, during the Argentinian dictatorship, a former Navy pilot disobeys orders and becomes a fugitive. While hiding out in a small town, his presence catches the attention of the corrupt and violent local marshal.

Wild Australia: The Edge (1996)

Filmmaker John Weiley examines natural vistas in Australia, including canyons, rivers and waterfalls.

Underdogs (2013)

Table-soccer figurines come to life to battle a bully who wants to destroy them.

Thirst (1979)

When Kate Davis (Chantal Contouri) is kidnapped by members of a cult, she is shocked to discover that they believe her to be a descendant of the notorious Elizabeth Bathory, known as the Blood Queen. The cult, which harvests humans for their blood, tries to enlist Kate to join, but she refuses. After being drugged against the advice of Fraser (David Hemmings), the cult's doctor, Kate returns home -- only to find her husband taken captive. Dr. Fraser offers to help, but can he be trusted?

Son of a Sailor (1933)

Sailor Handsome Callahan (Joe E. Brown) meets lovely Helen (Jean Muir) when she crashes into him with her car after his boxing match. Always armed with a story, Handsome tells her a lie that lands him an invitation to her house for dinner. Little does he know that her fianc will also be joining them. Despite the lighthearted shenanigans of the night, trouble is brewing -- a spy steals vital military technology, and Handsome must try to get it back in time.

The Quest (1996)

In the slums of New York City during the 1920s, petty thief Chris Dubois (Jean-Claude Van Damme) finds himself on the run from the police. At the docks, he hides on an outbound freight ship leaving for Asia. Taken in by the mysterious Lord Dobbs (Roger Moore) as the boat docks in Thailand, Dubois is introduced to the underground world of martial arts fighting. His training culminates in a secret battle between the world's greatest fighters that takes place before a select audience in Tibet.

Voyage of Time: Life's Journey (2016)

Filmmaker Terrence Malick examines the origins of the universe, the birth of stars and galaxies, the beginning of life on Earth and the evolution of diverse species.

Dr. Akagi (1998)

A prostitute (Kumiko Aso), a monk (Juro Kara) and others help a country doctor (Akira Emoto) seek a cure for hepatitis in 1945 Japan.

The Deerslayer (1957)

James Fenimore Cooper's Hawkeye (Lex Barker) and his Mohican friend, Chingachgook, rescue a bounty hunter and his daughters.

Delicious Little Devil (1919)

A woman (Mae Murray) poses as a notorious dancer to land a job as the hostess of a roadhouse.

The Shop (2013)

Friends get into trouble when one inherits his uncle's Mustang and finds $20 million in diamonds in the engine.

A Little Color (2002)

Fed up with her abusive husband, a submissive hairdresser (Anouk Grinberg) runs away and gets a job at a motel.

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1991)

An aged Hollywood child-star (Lynn Redgrave) torments her famous sister (Vanessa Redgrave) in a wheelchair, in their old mansion.

Last of the Comanches (1952)

A cavalry sergeant (Broderick Crawford) leads soldiers, civilians and an Indian (Johnny Stewart) on a desert trek.

No Strings Attached (1998)

An engaged journalist (Vincent Spano) writing about sexual fantasies becomes obsessed with a female subject (Cheryl Pollak).

Jhoothi (1985)

A woman's life becomes chaotic when her lies start to spin out of control.