UFOTV Presents: UFOs In South America (2010)
UFOtv reveals significant, fascinating information from the Ecuadorian government.
After magically transforming into human form, a former dog becomes the salvation of a failing French soccer team.
Lady in a Cage (1964)
An injured woman is trapped in her private elevator during a power failure, while her home is ransacked.
Itsuki and Yoru share a passion for the dark and death, making them the perfect choice to track down a serial killer who is roaming the streets.
The Power and the Prize (1956)
On a mission to secure the hostile takeover of an English business for his employer and mentor, George Salt (Burl Ives), power-hungry executive Cliff Barton (Robert Taylor) meets and falls hard for Miriam Linka (Elisabeth Mueller), a beautiful and charming European woman. Unfortunately, Barton is already engaged to Salt's nubile niece Joan (Nicola Michaels). And when his coworkers discover that Miriam is a refugee, suspected former prostitute and possible Communist, a scandal ensues.
Sinners in Paradise (1938)
A runaway wife (Madge Evans), a fugitive (Bruce Cabot) and other plane-crash survivors find a hermit's (John Boles) island.
Operation Bikini (1963)
During World War II, a U.S. submarine under the command of Capt. Emmett Carey (Scott Brady) takes on the underwater demolition team of Lt. Morgan Hayes (Tab Hunter) -- which includes Seaman Joseph Malzone (Frankie Avalon) -- when the radar equipment of a sunken ship needs to be destroyed. Reaching their target at Bikini Atoll, they find the area full of hostile enemies and helpful guerrillas, including the stunning Reiko (Eva Six), with whom Hayes develops a relationship during the mission.
An Annapolis graduate discharged for gambling rejoins the Navy and helps uncover a new type of Japanese mine.
The Legend of Big Foot (1976)
Ivan Marx, a wildlife expert, is called to help with a bear problem and makes the discovery of a lifetime.
United in Anger: A History of ACT UP (2012)
A history of the AIDS activism movement comes from the perspective of people fighting the epidemic.
Quick Trigger Lee (1931)
A cowboy (Bob Custer) tries to protect an old prospector from swindlers.
Be My Valentine (2013)
A widowed firefighter (William Baldwin) asks a florist (Natalie Brown) to be his date for a Valentine's Day ball.
Top Secret Affair (1957)
A publisher (Susan Hayward) uses her magazine and charm to derail a general (Kirk Douglas) on the Washington fast track.
You Can't Get Away With Murder (1939)
Seasoned gangster Frank Wilson (Humphrey Bogart) is schooling the naive young Johnny Stone (Billy Halop) in the ways of crime. Initially, their small-time holdups go off without a hitch, but things take a disastrous turn when a con goes awry and Frank ends up gunning down a shop owner. After the murder is pinned on someone dear to Johnny's sister, Madge (Gale Page), Johnny wants to right the wrong, even if it means jail time. However, Frank has a murderous plan to shut his partner up.
Going Under (1991)
The incompetent crew of a stealth submarine finds its maiden voyage sabotaged by secret military interests.
Prehistoric Women (1950)
A band of female cave dwellers sets out to capture the finest primitive men the Stone Age has to offer.
Who Did I Marry? (2013)
Jennifer (Terri J. Vaughn) and Terrance's (Tommy A. Ford) perfect existence is rocked to its core when Jennifer discovers that Terrance has been cheating on her for years, and she has to learn to forgive him to save their marriage.
Resident Alien (1990)
This documentary looks at the unconventional life of British writer and actor Quentin Crisp. An outwardly flamboyant gay man, Crisp endured many indignities as a youth in London. Eventually, however, he found recognition as an author and later as a theater performer both in England and across the pond in New York City. Among the famous who appear in the film are Sting and also John Hurt, who famously portrayed Crisp in a TV adaptation of the writer's renowned book "The Naked Civil Servant."
Dark Nemesis (2012)
Soldiers come up with a plan to steal one of their warlord's treasures to start a new life. The men fail and flee to the vicious Shadowlands to escape the assassins while battling terrifying creatures that live in the land.
Louisa May Alcott's Little Men (1998)
A teacher (Mariel Hemingway) and her husband try to reform two street urchins (Michael Caloz, Ben Cook) at their boys school in the country.
Something Within Me (1993)
When the struggling Catholic school St. Augustine's in New York City faces numerous academic, behavior and enrollment problems, the administrators at the school decide to emphasize musical training as a key component to academic success. After they hire talented music teachers, the change in focus translates to better test scores and increased enrollment. This documentary tells the story of St. Augustine's transformation from failing school to successful example of the power of arts education.
America's Parking Lot (2012)
Two die-hard fans of the Dallas Cowboys face a difficult and costly choice when their team moves to an expensive new stadium.
The Bastards (2008)
Two Mexican day laborers (Jesus Moises Rodriguez, Rubn Sosa) stay in the home of the woman (Nina Zavarin) they are supposed to kill.
The Biker Warrior Babe vs. the Zombie Babies From Hell (2014)
Three high-school friends must save their town form a horde of zombie babies after a demon-summoning goes awry.
Yotam, a 13-year-old student at an ultra-orthodox Jewish boarding school, tries to fight his sexual desires.
Wives and Lovers (1963)
After many years of supporting her writer husband, Bill (Van Johnson), Bertie Austin (Janet Leigh) leaves her career when he finally sells a successful novel. With their daughter, the couple moves from New York City to suburban Connecticut, where Bill concentrates on transforming his novel into a play with the help of agent Lucinda Ford (Martha Hyer). Bored and increasingly jealous, Bertie begins flirting with Gar Aldrich (Jeremy Slate), the actor who will take the lead in her husband's play.
Frisco Tornado (1950)
A U.S. marshal goes after a gang of insurance swindlers defrauding the good citizens of a Western town.
Down the Wyoming Trail (1939)
A singing cowboy tracks outlaws and stolen cattle through a mountain pass.
Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine (2015)
Filmmaker Alex Gibney examines the life and legacy of the Apple co-founder, a man of intense personal drive whose passing led to an unprecedented outpouring of grief across the globe.
A Time to Die (1991)
A free-lance photographer (Traci Lords) aims her camera and a .45 at corrupt police, to protect her son.
One More Mountain (1994)
Pioneers (Meredith Baxter, Chris Cooper) and their children are stranded from the ill-fated Donner party in 1840s California.
Blonde in Bondage (1957)
A reporter (Mark Miller) tries to help a drug-addicted cabaret dancer (Anita Thallaug) who has criminal ties to the Swedish underworld.
Strange Cargo (1940)
In a French Guiana penal colony, an escape attempt by hardened criminal Verne (Clark Gable) is thwarted by jaded prostitute Julie (Joan Crawford). Undaunted, Verne blackmails brutal killer Moll (Albert Dekker) to join his escape but is left behind only to be provided the route by a mysterious new prisoner, Cambreau (Ian Hunter). On the way to find Moll, Verne rescues Julie, and when they join the escape party, they find that Cambreau has a powerful, mysterious influence over the motley group.
The Corn Is Green (1945)
Determined to educate the town's illiterate children, spinster schoolteacher L.C. Moffat (Bette Davis) opens a school in the tiny Welsh coal-mining community of Glansarno. Battling the contrary local squire (Nigel Bruce), Miss Moffat becomes increasingly discouraged until she sees extraordinary potential in one of her older students, Morgan Evans (John Dall). When Morgan fathers a child out of wedlock, the teacher fears her pupil's chance at an Oxford education may be destroyed.
Husband-and-wife cat burglars (Traci Lords, Phillip Troy) steal $60 million worth of diamonds from a gangster.
Hollywood Stadium Mystery (1938)
A fighter about to face the champion dies in the ring; a district attorney (Neil Hamilton) investigates.
The Visitor (2008)
An injured man (Pavel Liska) finds refuge with a woman (Emilia Ikheimo) and her mute son (Vitali Bobrov) at a farm.
Kid Blue (1973)
Outlaw Kid Blue (Dennis Hopper) decides to give up robbing trains and go straight. Moving to the small town of Dime Box, Texas, under the name of Bickford Warner, he takes any honest work he can find. With the help of a preacher (Peter Boyle) and Reese Ford (Warren Oates), a friend he makes at the local factory, it seems that Bickford may finally be turning his life around. But for Bickford, hard work just may be too hard, especially when there are plenty of trains to rob.
Guest in the House (1944)
A disturbed girl (Anne Baxter) with a heart condition moves in with her doctor and flirts with his married brother (Ralph Bellamy).
Children of God (2010)
The lives of two gay men (Johnny Ferro, Stephen Tyrone Williams) and the wife of a pastor collide in the Bahamas.
Lethal Target (1999)
A policewoman goes under cover aboard a dilapidated spaceship to prevent an alien invasion.
Strange Impersonation (1946)
A female chemist becomes involved in a murder and assumes a false identity so that she may start a new life.
Evil Unleashed: The Seance Hour (2013)
Madame Camille holds a weekly seance with her TV audience. They have no idea that her powers are real and that, when they join hands, evil will be unleashed.
Cyber-Tracker 2 (1995)
A Secret Service agent (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) and his TV reporter wife (Stacie Foster) go on the lam after look-alike cyborgs commit murders.
Army of the Dead (2008)
An archaeological dig accidentally unleashes an ancient curse that reanimates an army of skeletal conquistadors who were lost centuries earlier while searching for El Dorado.
The Second Best Science Fiction Movie Ever Made (2010)
Eight astronauts are abducted to a utopian planet, which they come to love, then they return to Earth -- but for only two hours -- and must avoid one another in the dangerous landscape of suburbia.
The Badlanders (1958)
Peter Van Hoek (Alan Ladd) emerges from jail with a plan to rob a gold mine and take revenge on the mine owner, the townspeople and the corrupt deputy (Adam Williams) who framed him for theft. Teaming up with John McBain (Ernest Borgnine), who owned the mine before being cheated out of it, Peter returns to the Arizona town where he was arrested. After meeting with mine owner Cyril (Kent Smith), he assembles a team to steal gold from Cyril's mine and then sell it back to him.
A young man, trapped in a recurring reincarnation cycle, struggles to escape the demons of his multiple pasts.
City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold (1994)
Two years after a momentous cattle drive under the guidance of cowboy Curly (Jack Palance) in the first "City Slickers," Curly has passed away, and Mitch (Billy Crystal) discovers the dead man's treasure map, which shows the location of a hidden cave containing the stash. With his brother Glen (Jon Lovitz) and best friend Phil (Daniel Stern), Mitch sets out to find Curly's gold. On the trail, the trio once again battle danger, this time with the help of Curly's twin brother, Duke (Palance).
Edge of the City (1957)
Axel Nordmann (John Cassavetes) takes a job as a dock laborer and is continually harassed by his tyrannical supervisor, Charles Malik (Jack Warden). Malik knows a secret from Axel's past, forcing the young worker to endure his boss's torment. Eventually, Axel befriends Tommy Tyler (Sidney Poitier), an African-American co-worker with a managerial job. Tommy teaches Axel to respect himself. However, Malik, a racial bigot, is threatened by Tommy's confidence, and the situation turns violent.
Don't Follow Me (I'm Lost) (2012)
Rocker Bobby Bare Jr., son of country music legend Bobby Bare, pursues rock and roll purity while struggling with life on the road.
Dave Barry's Complete Guide to Guys (2005)
Dave Barry's detailed examination of the curious behaviors of men and the concept of manhood through the ages; from the stone age to today, sports statistics and the hardware store.
The Cyberstalking (1999)
A man (Noah Huntley) investigates his sister's disappearance from a club where she was a holographic singer.
The Cocoanuts (1929)
In an effort to keep his business, Hotel de Cocoanuts, from bankruptcy, owner Hammer (Groucho Marx) flatters and cajoles the wealthy Mrs. Potter (Margaret Dumont), his only paying guest. While Mrs. Potter's daughter, Polly (Mary Eaton), has romantic designs on the hotel clerk, Bob (Oscar Shaw), two other guests compete with Hammer for Mrs. Potter's attentions. Meanwhile, brothers Harpo (Harpo Marx) and Chico (Chico Marx) take advantage of Hammer's inattention to wreak havoc around the hotel.
The Vineyard (2014)
Rumors of a bloodsucking monster swirl around the mysterious deaths of French villagers.
Peace Haven (2014)
Three elderly friends discover the meaning of life through death when they build a mortuary.
Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kayo Ngayon? (1976)
A naive peasant (Christopher De Leon) explores the Filipino identity.
The Last Man on Planet Earth (1999)
A scientist (Julie Bowen) in a world with a severe shortage of men illegally creates a male (Paul Francis), designed to be free of violent tendencies.
Don't Worry Baby (2015)
A father and son find themselves arguing over the paternity of a child after they both slept with the child's mother.
Flight of Black Angel (1991)
A mentally disturbed Air Force pilot, Capt. Eddie Gordon (William O'Leary), murders his parents and brother, then commandeers a plane that is armed with a nuclear missile. Gordon, who is also a religious zealot, takes to the air and intends to destroy Las Vegas, which he feels deserves to be punished. Gordon's superior officer and squad leader, Col. Matt Ryan (Peter Strauss), goes in pursuit, and hopes to intercept him before he can follow through on his mad scheme.
Juego de Parejas (1995)
In the early 20th century, two Italian couples immigrate to Brazil seeking better lives. The romantic Teresa (Patrcia Pillar) is married to the practical Angelo (Alexandre Paternost), while Massimo (Bruno Campos), a refined man, is bound by matrimony to the plain Pierina (Gloria Pires). Obviously mismatched with their respective spouses, Teresa and Massimo fall easily in love. The new lovers must suffer the disapproval of their conservative community and fight for survival in this new world.
I Travel Alone (2013)
A hotel critic (Margherita Buy) is forced to reexamine the choices she's made in her personal life after her usual support network collapses.
Wolf Larsen (1958)
The brutal captain (Barry Sullivan) of Jack London's "The Sea Wolf" brings a shipwrecked man (Peter Graves) and woman (Gita Hall) aboard.
Veils of Bagdad (1954)
Wrestlers and acrobats help a he-man (Victor Mature) overthrow tax lords and become the people's prince.
A Little Bit of So Much Truth (2007)
The oppressed people of Oaxaca, Mexico overcome insurmountable odds to overthrow their governor.
The Tooth Fairy (2006)
Twelve-year-old Pamela (Nicole Muoz), vacationing with her family, is startled to learn that years earlier, the tooth fairy slaughtered children for their teeth -- and now she has returned.
They Came From Beyond Space (1967)
When meteors fall in a curious V-formation and crash on a field in England, an alien force possesses several scientists and infects bystanders with a deadly disease. Shielded from the meteor's influence by a metal plate in his head, Dr. Curtis Temple (Robert Hutton) discovers that an alien race on the moon seeks to use the manipulated scientists for secret purposes. But, as Temple learns more about the invaders, he realizes that they may not be as evil as he thought.
Truth or Consequences, N.M. (1997)
Raymond (Vincent Gallo) is finally on parole after taking the fall on a drug charge for crime lord Tony (Rod Steiger). Raymond expects a big cash reward from Tony, but the mobster does little to show his gratitude. Raymond vows revenge, so he and his buddies Curtis (Kiefer Sutherland) and Marcus (Mykelti Williamson) decide to steal Tony's narcotics supply. When the job goes bad, the crooks flee to the desert, where they abduct some yuppies, with both the police and Tony's thugs close behind.
Thumbelina goes on a journey to save her father's dam and warn the little people of the danger.
Tales From the Darkside: The Movie (1990)
The first of three dark tales involves resentful student Bellingham (Steve Buscemi) looking to an Egyptian mummy for help in settling some scores. Then, hit man Halston (David Johansen) is contracted to kill a cat that has terrorized and even killed members of an extremely wealthy family. Lastly, struggling artist Preston (James Remar) witnesses a demon commit a bizarre murder on a city street, but agrees to keep it a secret when the devilish being promises wealth in return for his silence.
English con men Pete (Neil Morrissey) and Andy (Adrian Dunbar) think they've stumbled onto a brilliant scam when, in a Chicago hotel, they're mistaken for a pair of assassins -- Terry (Donnie Wahlberg) and Tommy (Michael Rapaport) -- and receive payment for a job they have no intention of completing: the murder of major mobster Cutler (Pete Postlethwaite). As Pete and Andy decide what to do with their ill-gotten gains, Terry and Tommy scour the hotel for the money they've been promised.
After the Dawn (2012)
After chemical warfare devastates the planet, a woman (Nicole Kruex) wanders the barren landscape in search of her family.
My Forbidden Past (1951)
When Barbara Beaurevel (Ava Gardner) inherits a large amount of money from her grandmother, the community is curious about its suspicious origins. But Barbara is focused on her love for Mark Lucas (Robert Mitchum), a local doctor who also happens to be married. She bribes her cousin Paul (Melvyn Douglas) to romance Corinne (Janis Carter), Mark's wife, to free up the doctor's affections. The plan works at first, but a fatal altercation sets the stage for a revealing courtroom finale.
Reinhold Messner becomes a world-renowned mountaineer.
Murder on Pleasant Drive (2006)
With help from her aunt (Amy Madigan), a woman (Kelli Williams) uncovers disturbing secrets about her stepfather that may implicate him in the disappearance of her mother.
Lulu Belle (1948)
A Mississippi torch singer (Dorothy Lamour) uses a lawyer (George Montgomery), a boxer, a gambler (Albert Dekker) and a railroad baron.
Tender Is the Night (1962)
Against the counsel of his friends, psychiatrist Dick Diver (Jason Robards Jr.) marries Nicole Warren (Jennifer Jones), a beautiful but unstable young woman from a moneyed family. Thoroughly enraptured, he forsakes his career in medicine for life as a playboy, until one day Dick is charmed by Rosemary Hoyt (Jill St. John), an American traveling abroad. The thought of Dick possibly being attracted to someone else sends Nicole on an emotional downward spiral that threatens to consume them both.
A pizza delivery boy ends up sharing a flat with a politician's daughter.
Sons of Cuba (2009)
Three young boys train for 8 months to become boxers.
The Dog Who Saved Summer (2015)
After their dog Zeus ruins a party, George takes him to an obedience school run by a no-nonsense instructor. When Zeus manages to fail every test, he seeks help from a trainer with special techniques.
The Unknown (1946)
Adventurers try to learn who is trying to stop an amnesiac (Jeff Donnell) from claiming her grandmother's legacy.
Is My Face Red? (1932)
A muckraking journalist's belief that nothing and no one is sacred takes a toll on his personal and professional lives.
Two Weeks in Another Town (1962)
Upon being released after years in a mental hospital, fallen Hollywood star and alcoholic Jack Andrus (Kirk Douglas) moves to Rome in an attempt to revive his career, accepting a small part in an Italian production headed by aged, now-unfashionable director Maurice Kruger (Edward G. Robinson). When Kruger is sidetracked by a heart attack, Andrus steps in as director and struggles to save his mentor's picture from certain failure -- even as Kruger denounces Andrus and accuses him of betrayal.
Records Collecting Dust (2014)
The music and records that changed our lives.
Rise of the Fellowship (2013)
Randall, a nerdy high-school kid, and three of his friends train to take part in a "Lord of the Rings" gaming competition.
Road to Thunder (2008)
Twelve bikers from Sacramento, California travel across the country to Washington, D.C. to raise awareness for POW's and MIA's.
Robert Williams Mr. Bitchin' (2013)
A portrait of artist and underground legend Robert Williams provides insight on American counterculture.
Rooster Cogburn (1975)
Sequel to the Oscar-winning "True Grit" finds the trigger-happy Rooster trying to win back his law badge by hunting a gang of bandits and a stolen shipment of explosives. His job is not made any easier by the daughter of one of the gang's victims, who insists on coming along for the ride.
Samantha: An American Girl Holiday (2004)
Ignoring the social code of 1904, a wealthy child (AnnaSophia Robb) befriends three sisters whose family members work as servants next door.
Ski School 2 (1994)
A ski buff takes his buddies along on a quest to send his ex-girlfriend's upcoming nuptials on a downhill slide.
Something to Live For (1952)
A Broadway actress (Joan Fontaine) with a drinking problem meets a married adman (Ray Milland) who belongs to Alcoholics Anonymous.
South Beach Academy (1996)
Brothers (Corey Feldman, Keith Colouris) come to the aid of their uncle (Al Lewis), who bet his Miami beach-sports school on a fixed volleyball game.
Species II (1998)
Having just returned from a mission to Mars, Commander Ross (Justin Lazard) isn't exactly himself. He's slowly becoming a terrifying alien entity with one goal -- to procreate with human women! When countless women suffer gruesome deaths after bearing half-alien offspring, scientist Laura Baker (Marg Helgenberger) and hired assassin Press Lennox (Michael Madsen) use Eve (Natasha Henstridge), a more tempered alien clone, to find Ross and his brood. Before long Eve escapes to mate with Ross.
Stop the World, I Want to Get Off (1966)
A man's allegorical rise to success is countered by his instable private life.
Strange Lady in Town (1955)
A 19th-century doctor meets with public resistance when she tries to establish a medical practice in Santa Fe.
Swamp Thing (1982)
On the verge of a breakthrough in his quest to wipe out world hunger, altruistic botanist Dr. Alec Holland (Ray Wise) is placed under the protection of special government agent Alice Cable (Adrienne Barbeau). Mad outlaw scientist Anton Arcane (Louis Jourdan) wants to steal Holland's research for his own nefarious ends, but an unforeseen accident during the heist turns Holland into the Swamp Thing, an enormous plant-like creature that fights back against Arcane's henchmen to save Cable.
Tall, Dark and Handsome (1941)
In order to date pretty shopgirl Judy Miller (Virginia Gilmore), notorious gang boss Shep Morrison (Cesar Romero) introduces himself as a banker, widower and father. Shep's henchman, Frosty (Milton Berle), provides a feisty little boy, Detroit Harry Jr. (Stanley Clements), to play Shep's son. The ruse works, and Judy soon falls in love with Shep. But, when a rival gangster threatens him, Judy learns his true identity and confides her fears to Frosty, who makes a startling revelation.
Teenage Bonnie and Klepto Clyde (1993)
Two heavily-armed small-town high-schoolers (Maureen Flannigan, Scott Wolf) take off on a spree of crime and lust.
Earth II (1971)
Crewmen (Gary Lockwood, Anthony Franciosa, Scott Hylands) of a space station devoted to world peace face an armed threat sent from China.
Ed's Next Move (1996)
A young scientist, Eddie (Matt Ross), leads a quiet existence in Wisconsin, but his life is thrown into turmoil when his girlfriend dumps him. Determined to get a new start, Eddie takes a job in New York City and slowly acclimates to life in the Big Apple. Encouraged by his uninhibited new roommate, Ray (Kevin Carroll), Eddie begins dating again, but he has little luck until he meets bohemian musician Lee (Callie Thorne). Despite their differences, Eddie becomes set on winning her over.