Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie (2018)

In her 59 years, Barbie has become a fashion icon, a lightning rod and a topic among feminists. Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie, featuring newly discovered footage and unprecedented access to the inner workings of a toy giant during Barbie’s biggest reinvention, surveys 60 years of women in popular culture through the lens of this 11.5 inch, Zelig-like plastic icon. Featuring interviews with Gloria Steinem, Roxane Gay, Peggy Orenstein, Mattel insiders and cultural historians, the documentary reveals, through both funny and fascinating archival material, and fly-on-the-wall observations of Barbie’s current architects, the progression and regression in the fight for gender equality.

Chameleon Shadow (2017)

A young photographer seeking relief from his recurring nightmares is shocked when his nightmares materialize in the real world.

Swathi Kiranam (1992)

Swati Kiranam is a 1992 Telugu musical drama film directed by K. Viswanath. Produced by V. Madhusudhan Rao, the film starred Mammootty, Master Manjunath and Raadhika. The film is about an egotistical music teacher envious of the extraordinary talent of his prodigious young disciple. The film was showcased among the Indian panorama section, at the 1992 International Film Festival of India, the Asia Pacific Film Festival, the Moscow Film Festival and the AISFM Film Festival. The film has garnered the Filmfare Award for Best Music Direction and the National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer. The film was dubbed into Malayalam as Pranavam.

The Wacky World of James Tont (1966)

James Tont operazione D.U.E. or The Wacky World of James Tont is a 1966 French/Italian international co-production spy film spoof based on James Bond's Thunderball and featuring elements predating the release of You Only Live Twice. Directed by Bruno Corbucci, the Eurospy spy-fi comedy adventure is the sequel to James Tont operazione U.N.O. (1965) with Lando Buzzanca repeating his role as 00 Agent James Tont, a satire of James Bond and Loris Gizzi as the black monocle wearing supervillain spoof of Emilio Largo. Following this film Corbucci wrote a parody of Our Man Flint called Il vostro super agente Flit (1966).

Un Gioco Da Ragazze (2008)

A Game for Girls (Italian: Un gioco da ragazze) is a 2008 Italian youth drama film directed by Matteo Rovere. It entered the competition at the 2008 Rome International Film Festival.

Sunshine (2011)

Excelentíssimos (2018)

A Menina Índigo (2017)

Homem Livre (2019)

Pizarro (2015)

Slashers (2001)

Slashers (スラッシャーズ Surasshāzu in Japan) is a 2001 horror film written and directed by Maurice Devereaux.

Sacrifice! (1972)

On a trip to a remote location in Thailand, a photographer is captured by a primitive native tribe. Initially, the natives don't understand why he is there and they start to torture him, but do not kill him. After trying to communicate with one another, the natives grow to accept the photographer.

Trobriand Cricket (1975)

Perazhagi ISO (2019)

Facebook Follies (2011)

Irada Pakka (2010)

Irada Pakka is a Marathi film released on 23 April 2010. Produced by Smita Meghe and directed by Kedar Shinde. The movie is based on happily married couple who are so bored with their daily routine life that they decide to take an uncharted path in their relationship and see where it lands. A poignant and gripping human drama takes the audience on a journey into introspection.

The Black Flag (2015)

Pelle Politibil på sporet (2013)

Kims of Comedy (2005)

Sherlock Holmes and a Study in Scarlet (1983)

Invasion, U.S.A. (1952)

Invasion, U.S.A. (aka Invasion USA) is a 1952 film based on a story by Robert Smith and Franz Spencer and directed by Alfred E. Green. The film stars Gerald Mohr, Peggie Castle and Dan O'Herlihy. Invasion, U.S.A. is set in the Cold War and portrays the invasion of the United States by an unnamed Communist enemy meant to be taken as the Soviet Union. The film is unrelated to the 1985 Chuck Norris film of the same name, although bearing some slight similarities.

The New Adventures of Tarzan (1935)

The New Adventures of Tarzan is a 1935 American film serial in 12 chapters starring Herman Brix. The serial presents a more authentic version of the character than most other film adaptations, with Tarzan as a cultured and well educated gentleman as in the original Edgar Rice Burroughs novels. It was filmed during the same period as the Johnny Weissmuller/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Tarzan films. Film exhibitors had the choice of selecting the serial in 12 episodes or the film as edited into a separate feature film, The New Adventures of Tarzan. The serial was partly filmed in Guatemala, and Tarzan was played by Herman Brix (known post-war as Bruce Bennett). The final screenplay was credited to Charles F. Royal, and from Episode 6 onward, also Basil Dickey. It was produced by Ashton Dearholt, Bennett Cohen and George W. Stout under the corporate name of “Burroughs-Tarzan Enterprises, Inc.” (which also distributed) and was directed by Edward Kull and Wilbur F. McGaugh.

Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen (2015)

Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen is a 2015 Singaporean comedy film produced and directed by Jack Neo, It was released in cinemas on 19 February 2015. The film raked $2.83 million at the box office within four days, making it the first Asian film with the highest ever box office takings in its opening weekend in Singapore.

Immortal (2015)

Immortal (translit. Mamiro) is a 2015 Iranian film directed by Seyed Hadi Mohaghegh. The second feature film by Mohaghegh, it tells the story of an old man who tries to end his life repeatedly from guilt over the loss of his family in a tragic accident. World premiered at the 20th Busan International Film Festival in 2015 and described by the jury Sylvia Chang as "an extraordinary feat of visual storytelling, filled with emotion," it won the top prize for the New Currents competition section, as well as the FIPRESCI award.

Pasaje de vida (2015)

Moon Landing (2005)

Julie and Carol: Together Again (1989)

Grateful Dead Truckin' Up to Buffalo (1989)

Polnische Ostern (2011)

American Radical: The Trials of Norman Finkelstein (2009)

American Radical: The Trials of Norman Finkelstein is a 2009 documentary film about the life of the American academic Norman Finkelstein, directed and produced by David Ridgen and Nicolas Rossier. The documentary features Finkelstein and several of his supporters and opponents, including Noam Chomsky and Alan Dershowitz.

Hot Money Girl (1959)

The Treasure of San Teresa is a 1959 British-West German thriller film directed by Alvin Rakoff and starring Eddie Constantine, Dawn Addams and Marius Goring. It was based on a play by Jeffrey Dell. The film is also known by the alternative titles Hot Money Girl, Long Distance, and Rhapsody in Blie.

Opstandelsen (2010)

Simon's siblings take shelter in a church's catacombs when the undead rise from the graves.

Outside Satan (2011)

Hors Satan (Outside Satan) is a 2011 French drama film written and directed by Bruno Dumont. It was filmed under the production title L'Empire, which means "The Empire". It premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

Sleepy Heads (1997)

Japanese immigrants in New York have a corpse on their hands after a friend dies from a drug overdose.

The Invader (1936)

The Invader is a 1935 British comedy film directed by Adrian Brunel and starring Buster Keaton, Lupita Tovar and Lyn Harding. The film follows the same plot as its remake Pest from the West (1939), with a millionaire setting out to win a local girl in Mexico. The film was produced as a quota quickie at Isleworth Studios by British & Continental as part of a contract to supply films for MGM to meet its annual quota set by the British government. The film is also known under the alternative title An Old Spanish Custom,

Herman's House (2012)

Filmmaker Angad Bhalla captures the creative journey of Herman Wallace, a prisoner confined to a solitary cell, as he draws his dream house.

The 81st Blow (1974)

The 81st Blow is a 1974 Israeli documentary film directed by Haim Gouri. The film covers the oppression of Jews under the Nazis and features rare historical footage of concentration camps. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. The title is derived from a comment by a witness at Adolf Eichmann's trial. According to his testimony, he was whipped 80 times by the Nazis, but was not believed by Israelis after the war; this final doubt of his own people was the "81st blow". The 81st Blow is the first film in the Israeli Holocaust Trilogy by Bergman, Ehrlich and Gouri. It was followed by The Last Sea (1984) and Flames in the Ashes (1985).

Blind Love (2006)

Blind Love is a 2006 independent low-budget film directed by Janghun Troy Choi. The film won the Orson Welles Award at the 2007 Tiburon International Film Festival, the Best Feature Film at the 2006 Ellensburg International Film Festival, and the Best Feature Film at the 2006 Cinewest International Film Festival. Blind Love was also nominated for the Best Produced Screenplay at the 2006 AOF International Film Festival and was Janghun Troy Choi's directorial debut in the United States.

Le retour d'un aventurier (1966)

Le Retour d’un aventurier is a 1966 pop art film. In this African-style Western, director Moustapha Alassane delves into African mimicry.

Fuchsia the Mini-Witch (2010)

A wizard's adopted daughter (Rachelle Verdel) goes to witch school to learn how to do magic and later joins forces with a human boy to save her forest from a developer.

Drama Queens (2009)

A lovelorn man (John Meindersee) thinks he has found the woman of his dreams and moves in with her and her female housemates.

Mr. Happy Man (2010)

Bermuda resident Johnny Barnes dedicates his life to making the world a happier place.

Solitude (2002)

Louis and Hilary are a twisted brother and sister who like to badger, berate, and bewitch each other. When Hilary comes home to announce that she is leaving Phoenix for good, she brings Soledad, a love-struck desert artist. As Louis and Hilary's fun and games escalate, Soledad gets a lacerating look at their perverse relationship and a preview of the betrayal to come.

Everybody in Our Family (2012)

Everybody in Our Family (Romanian: Toată lumea din familia noastră) is a 2012 Romanian psychological thriller drama directed by Radu Jude.

1918 (1985)

1918 (also known as Horton Foote's 1918) is a 1985 American drama film directed by Ken Harrison and starring William Converse-Roberts, Hallie Foote and Matthew Broderick.

Barrymore (2012)

Barrymore is a 2011 Canadian drama film written and directed by Eric Canuel and based on William Luce's 1996 play of the same name. It stars Christopher Plummer reprising his Tony Award-winning role as John Barrymore.

West of Dodge City (1947)

West of Dodge City is a 1947 American Western film directed by Ray Nazarro and written by Bert Horswell. The film stars Charles Starrett, Nancy Saunders, Mustard, Gravy and Smiley Burnette. The film was released on March 27, 1947, by Columbia Pictures.

Katalin Varga (2009)

Katalin Varga is a 2009 film directed by Peter Strickland. The feature debut of Peter Strickland, he used the money from a bequest from his uncle to fund the project. Filmed over 17 days in the Hungarian-speaking part of the Romanian region of Transylvania, Strickland completed the project for £28,000.

Ran qing nan ju ji (1995)

Assassins fall for two lovely women, then unwittingly take a contract on one's father.

Dual Flying Kicks (1978)

A martial-arts master tries to thwart a corrupt mayor.

Dr. Pomerantz (2011)

Dr. Pomerantz is a 2011 Israeli film directed by and starring Assi Dayan. It premiered in 2011 at the 27th Haifa International Film Festival and was theatrically released in Israel in February 23, 2012. The film was nominated for Best Screenplay at the Ophir Awards in September 2012. The film became Dayan's final as a director as well as an actor, before his death in May 2014.

Knick Knack (1989)

Knick Knack is a 1989 American computer-animated short film produced by Pixar and directed by John Lasseter. The short is about a snow globe snowman who wants to join the other travel souvenirs in a summer themed party. However, the glass dome that surrounds him prevents him from doing so, thus leading to his many attempts to break out of his snow globe. Knick Knack is Pixar's fourth short and the final short produced during the company's tenure as a hardware company.

Libera Me (2000)

Libera Me is a 2000 South Korean action blockbuster film about a mentally-unbalanced arsonist and the firefighters who struggle to stop him.

The Naked Kiss (1964)

The setup is pure pulp: A former prostitute (a crackerjack Constance Towers) relocates to a buttoned-down suburb, determined to fit in with mainstream society. But in the strange, hallucinatory territory of writer-director-producer Samuel Fuller, perverse secrets simmer beneath the wholesome surface. Featuring radical visual touches, full-throttle performances, brilliant cinematography by Stanley Cortez, and one bizarrely beautiful musical number, The Naked Kiss is among Fuller’s greatest, boldest entertainments.

Coney Island at Night (1905)

From Luna Park to Dreamland.

The Viking (1931)

For the 1928 Technicolor MGM film, see The Viking (1928 film). The Viking (a.k.a. White Thunder and Vikings of the Ice Field) is a 1931 Newfoundland/American adventure film about sealing directed by George Melford. This was "the first film to record sound and dialogue on location". It is best known for the explosion aboard the ship SS Viking (an actual sealing ship) during filming, in which many members of the crew, including producer Varick Frissell, were killed. It remains the incident with the largest loss of life in film history.

The Dupes (1973)

The Dupes is a 1973 Syrian drama film directed by Tewfik Saleh and starring Mohamed Kheir-Halouani, Abderrahman Alrahy, Bassan Lotfi, Saleh Kholoki and Thanaa Debsi. Based on Ghassan Kanafani's 1963 novel, "Men in the Sun", the film portrays the lives of three Palestinian refugees after the 1948 Nakba by following three generations of men who made their way from Palestine to Iraq on the hope of reaching Kuwait to pursue their dreams of freedom and prosperity. The Dupes received very positive reviews from critics and won multiple awards locally and internationally. It was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival, where it was nominated for the Golden Prize, and the 1972 Carthage Film Festival, where it won the Tanit d'Or.

Qué Despelote! La película (2010)

Three spoiled radio personalities have to start all over again when they lose their jobs and their bottomless expense accounts.

Transmigration (2011)

Curtis (Andrew Treglia) dreams that a tribe of Amazons captures him and his brother to become slaves to the women.

Words Of Witness (2012)

Words of Witness is a 2012 feature-length documentary film produced and directed by Mai Iskander. follows 22-year-old journalist Heba Afify as she navigates Egypt's revolution and the rigid boundaries of her concerned mother to examine the struggles, hopes and fears of a people on the brink of democracy.

The Visitor (2011)

Cibril seems to have a perfect life until his girlfriend's male cousin arrives. He is instantly drawn to the charming visitor, and restless feelings he has suppressed for years begin to bubble to the surface.

Endless Summer (2012)

Keith (Gordon Timothy) spends his entire life dreaming about Alicia and spends his last day in town trying to be noticed by her. His plans get foiled by his embarrassing grandmother, bullying sister, demanding father, and Alicia's boyfriend.

The Stranger Returns (1967)

The Stranger Returns also known as Shoot First... Laugh Last!, is a 1967 Italian-German-American Spaghetti Western film directed by Luigi Vanzi. It is a sequel to A Stranger in Town.

Eyes of the Jungle (1953)

An American doctor's research in India is threatened by unscrupulous traders and superstitious natives.

Old Hutch (1936)

Old Hutch is a 1936 American romantic comedy film directed by J. Walter Ruben and starring Wallace Beery as a man who finds $100,000 in the depths of the Depression.

Terror Is a Man (1959)

Terror Is a Man (also known as Blood Creature, Creature from Blood Island, The Gory Creatures, Island of Terror and Gore Creature) is a 1959 Filipino/American horror film directed by Gerardo de Leon. It is the first of a series of horror films produced by Eddie Romero known as the "Blood Island" series for their similar titles and use of locations. The film focuses on a shipwreck survivor washed ashore on a small island where a scientist is experimenting on a panther in an effort to make it human.

Tilva Rosh (2011)

Tilva Roš is a 2010 Serbian coming of age drama following a group of skaters from Bor, a small mining town in eastern part of Serbia, during their first summer after finishing high school.

Bacon Grabbers (1929)

Bacon Grabbers is a 1929 silent comedy short starring Laurel and Hardy.

1981 (2009)

1981, longer title 1981: L'année ou je suis devenu un menteur (1981: The Year I Became a Liar) is a 2009 Canadian French language comedy-drama film from Quebec written and directed by Ricardo Trogi. It was released on 4 September 2009. The film is autobiographical about the youth years of the director as told by him during the film.

Norberto's Deadline (2012)

Norberto's Deadline (Spanish: Norberto apenas tarde) is a 2010 opera prima and tells the story of Norberto. Fired from his job, Norberto tries his luck as a real estate agent, putting off telling his wife. His new boss recommends that he attend a personal assertiveness course to overcome his timidity and he starts studying acting at a beginners’ workshop. While preparing the 3-monthly show, while he fails in his endeavours to behave credibly towards his clients and his wife, what he does discover is a tremendous ability to lie to himself.

Tian lun (1935)

Song of China also known as Filial Piety is a 1935 Chinese film directed by Fei Mu and Luo Mingyou for the Lianhua Film Company.

Taboor (2013)

A frail man wakes up in a foil-lined room, dons his protective aluminum body suit and travels through an alternate future Tehran.

11-11-11 (2011)

11-11-11 is a 2011 supernatural horror film written and directed by Darren Lynn Bousman. The film is set on 11:11 on the 11th day of the 11th month and concerning an entity from another world that enters the earthly realm through Heaven's 11th gate. The film was released on November 11, 2011 in 17 theaters domestically. It was distributed by Columbia Pictures in North America, thus most of its revenues were generated from foreign showings.

Puce Moment (1949)

Puce Moment is a short 6-minute film by Kenneth Anger. Filmed in 1949, Puce Moment resulted from the unfinished short film Puce Women. The film opens with a camera watching 1920s-style flapper gowns being taken off a dress rack. The dresses are removed and danced off the rack to music. A long-lashed woman, Yvonne Marquis, dresses in the purple puce gown and walks to her vanity to apply perfume. She lies on a chaise longue which then begins to move around the room and eventually out to a patio. Borzois appear and she prepares to take them for a walk.

Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome (1954)

Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome is a 38-minute short film by Kenneth Anger, filmed in 1954. Anger created two other versions of this film in 1966 and the late 1970s. According to Anger, the film takes the name "pleasure dome" from Samuel Taylor Coleridge's atmospheric poem "Kubla Khan". Anger was inspired to make the film after attending a Halloween party called "Come as your Madness". The film has gained cult film status. Early prints of the film had sequences that were meant to be projected on three different screens. Anger subsequently re-edited the film to layer the images. The film—primarily the 2nd and 3rd revisions—was often shown in American universities and art galleries during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. The original edition soundtrack is a complete performance of Glagolitic Mass by the Czech composer Leoš Janáček (1854–1928). In 1966, a re-edited version known as The Sacred Mushroom Edition was made available. In the late 1970s, a third revision was made, which was The Sacred Mushroom Edition re-edited to fit the Electric Light Orchestra album Eldorado, omitting only "Illusions in G Major," a blues-rock tune which Anger felt did not fit the mood of the film. The differences in the visuals of the 1954 original and the two revisions are minor. An early version, just shown once on German television in the early 1980s and hold until today by the NDR (Germany) includes an additional 3 minutes at the beginning, including a reading of the poem "Kubla Khan" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The film reflects Anger's deep interest in Thelema, the philosophy of Aleister Crowley and his followers, as indicated by Cameron's role as "The Scarlet Woman" (an honorific Crowley bestowed on certain of his important magical partners). The film uses some footage of the Hell sequence from the 1911 Italian silent film L'Inferno. Near the end, scenes from Anger's earlier film Puce Moment are interpolated into the layered images and faces.

Bridegroom (2013)

Bridegroom (full title: Bridegroom: A Love Story, Unequaled) is a 2013 American documentary film about the relationship between two young gay men, produced and directed by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason. Bridegroom premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival on April 23, 2013, and attracted further press coverage because its premiere screening at the festival was introduced by former President Bill Clinton. The film won the festival's Audience Award for Best Documentary Film. The film jointly received the 2014 GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Documentary alongside Call Me Kuchu.

Frontrunner (2008)

In 2004 a woman named Dr. Massouda Jalal runs for president in Afghanistan.

Kiara the Brave (2011)

After her father's evil brother takes him captive, a courageous princess sets out to rescue her father and restore him to the throne.

In God We Trust (2014)

Eleanor Squillari, Bernie Madoff's secretary for decades, investigates his crimes and exposes unknown facts on the case.

Too Much Beef (1936)

Too Much Beef is a 1936 American Western film written and directed by Robert F. Hill. The film stars Rex Bell, Constance Bergen, Forrest Taylor, Lloyd Ingraham, Marjorie O'Connell and Vincent Dennis. The film was released on June 6, 1936, by Grand National Films Inc..

Planet Of Snail (2011)

A deaf-blind poet and his devoted wife share a rich life together and communicate with a touch-based form of Braille.

The Luck of a Sailor (1934)

The Luck of a Sailor is a 1934 British romance film directed by Robert Milton and starring Greta Nissen, David Manners and Clifford Mollison. It was made at Elstree Studios.

Duvidha (1973)

Duvidha is a 1973 ghost movie directed by Mani Kaul. The film stars Ravi Menon and Raisa Padamsee in lead roles. The film was critically acclaimed and won the director the National Film Award for Best Direction and Critics Award for Best film at the 1974 Filmfare Awards. This film was remade in 2005 as Paheli, starring Shahrukh Khan and Rani Mukherjee in the lead roles.

Revenue Agent (1950)

Revenue Agent is a 1950 American film directed by Lew Landers.

Law of the West (1932)

Law of the West is a 1932 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Robert N. Bradbury.

Honeymoon (2006)

While her husband is away on business, a woman must find her runaway stepson on her own.

Three on the Trail (1936)

Three on the Trail is a 1936 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Doris Schroeder and Vernon Smith. The film stars William Boyd, James Ellison, Onslow Stevens, Muriel Evans, George "Gabby" Hayes, Claude King and William Duncan. The film was released on April 24, 1936, by Paramount Pictures.

The Truth (2014)

A couple with dark secrets are taken hostage inside their home by an intruder they may both know.

Meet Simon Cherry (1949)

Meet Simon Cherry is a 1949 British mystery film directed by Godfrey Grayson, and an adaptation of the popular BBC radio series Meet the Rev., featuring the crime solving cleric.

Innocence (2011)

Innocence (Czech: Nevinnost) is a 2011 Czech drama film directed by Jan Hřebejk. Along with "Kawasaki's Rose" and "Honeymoon", Innocence is part of Hrebejk's loose trilogy of films in which shadows from the past already came to haunt the present of its characters.

Wake up and Die (2011)

A woman killed by a mysterious man is trapped in a nightmare in which she relives her murder again and again.

Slip (2006)

Part ghost story and part street story, SLIP is a supernatural action thriller that will make your heart race and your skin crawl! Sarah witnessed her mother's murder as a child. Now a young woman haunted by the memory of her mother's death, Sarah has developed an unusual sensitivity to the paranormal world. The troubled spirits of the recently departed can to “slip” into Sarah's body, and compel her to do their bidding. One of these spirits is the murdered nephew of Cal, a young car thief from the hood trying to go legit. Cal has just been wrongfully accused of stealing from his dangerous partners who want him dead. Sarah is drawn by the ghost of his nephew to save Cal, but must also face a vicious dark ghost from her past. Now threatened by something far more terrifying than the gun-toting criminals hot on their trail, Cal and Sarah are in a race for their souls as well as their lives!

The Devil Never Sleeps (1994)

Oscar is found dead from a gunshot wound to the head, and his wife says he committed suicide. His nephew, Portillo, suspects that it was murder and investigates the death with no help from the police.

H.O.T. Human Organ Traffic (2009)

The lives of people involved with the global traffic in human organs.

His Excellency (1952)

His Excellency is a 1952 British comedy film directed by Robert Hamer and starring Eric Portman, Cecil Parker, Helen Cherry. It follows a blunt Yorkshireman and former trade union leader, who is sent to take over as Governor of a British-ruled island in the Mediterranean. The play was also filmed for Australian television in 1958.

Go Grandriders (2012)

Seventeen octogenarians prepare to travel across Taiwan on scooters.

The Return of the Soldier (1983)

The Return of the Soldier is a 1982 British film starring Alan Bates as Baldry and co-starring Julie Christie, Ian Holm, Glenda Jackson, and Ann-Margret about a shell-shocked officer's return from the First World War. It was directed by Alan Bridges and written by Hugh Whitemore based on the novel of the same name by Rebecca West. The film was entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival. The film was the first to be given a PG certificate by the British Board of Film Classification.

Late Rounders (2011)

Many graduating seniors who played football in college face an uphill battle as they try to win a slot on an NFL team.

Life with Murder (2010)

Life with Murder is a Canadian documentary film, directed by John Kastner and released in 2010. The film profiles Brian and Leslie Jenkins, a couple in Chatham, Ontario who are struggling to cope and heal after their son Mason was convicted of murdering their daughter Jennifer.

The Phantom Stagecoach (1957)

A stagecoach firm reels over the news of the third holdup attempt in two months, the last of which resulted in the murder of one of their best drivers. Glen Hayden (William Bishop, The Killer That Stalked New York), the man who prevented the most recent robbery, is hired by the firm to drive for them while investigating the murder. What he doesn't know is that a rival firm is responsible for the holdups, and that they have created an armored, driverless stagecoach to rob future deliveries and take all of the business in town for themselves. Newly remastered.