Hellgate (1989)

Hellgate is a 1989 American-South African horror film directed by William A. Levey and written by Michael S. O'Rourke. The film stars Ron Palillo, Abigail Wolcott and Carel Trichardt. It follows two young couples who become embroiled in the mystery of a desolate ghost town, Hellgate, where a young woman was kidnapped and murdered by a biker gang in 1959.

WWE: Rey Mysterio - The Life of a Masked Man (2011)

For the first time ever, Rey Mysterio, perhaps the greatest high flyer in the annals of sports entertainment, sits down and discusses his historic career in never-before-seen interviews. Mysterio shares his thoughts on his relationship with Eddie Guerrero, his WWE arrival, his ascent to World Champion, the future, and more.

Arena (1989)

Arena is a 1989 American science fiction film directed by Peter Manoogian and starring Paul Satterfield and Claudia Christian. Set in 4038, Satterfield plays Steve Armstrong, the first human in 50 years to compete in the intergalactic boxing sport called simply "The Arena". The film was produced by Irwin Yablans and features original music by Richard Band.

The Kid (1997)

Harry Sloan, an aging trainer, sees real potential in young Jimmy, a passionate boxer. With Harry's guidance, Jimmy trains and fights his way to the top of his division. All things appear to be on track except for one small problem: Jimmy's parents, Don and Doreen, don't know he's a boxer. Knowing that his parents wouldn't approve of his career, Jimmy devises what he thinks is a fool-proof system to keep his secret.

Kalamity (2010)

Kalamity is a 2010 American psychological thriller film starring Nick Stahl, Jonathan Jackson and Beau Garrett.

Adrenaline Rush: The Science of Risk (2002)

Filmmaker Marc Fafard examines the rewards of human progress and personal accomplishments.

The Death of Jaime Roldos (2013)

Filmmakers Lisandra I. Rivera and Manolo Sarmiento provide a portrait of Jaime Roldos, Ecuador's first democratically elected president, who died with his family when their plane crashed in the mountains.

A Q zheng zhuan (1982)

The True Story of Ah Q is a 1981 Chinese drama film directed by Fan Cen. It was entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival. It is based on the novella of the same name by author Lu Xun.

Crocodile (2014)

While preparing for daughter Rowena's 13th birthday, Divina finds out that the girl has been attacked by a crocodile, and she goes out to search for the missing body.

Electric Heart: Don Ellis (2008)

The life story of Don Ellis.

Deceitful Storm (2008)

When people stop believing in God and take matters into their own hands, dramatic twists and turns ensue, leading to a dramatic conclusion.

Drowned Out (2002)

Drowned Out is a 2002 documentary by Franny Armstrong about the Sardar Sarovar Project. Shot over three years, Drowned Out follows one family’s stand against a government dam project which is set to destroy their home and their village.

The Sea Hornet (1951)

The Sea Hornet is a 1951 American adventure film directed by Joseph Kane and written by Gerald Drayson Adams. The film stars Rod Cameron, Adele Mara, Lorna Gray, Chill Wills, Jim Davis and Richard Jaeckel. The film was released on November 6, 1951, by Republic Pictures.

Et toi t'es sur qui? (2007)

French teens (Lucie Desclozeaux, Christa Thret) pledge to lose their virginity before summer.

The African Cypher (2012)

Filmmaker Bryan Little explores the philosophy of dance of two young performers.

Yakshiyum Njanum (2010)

Yakshiyum Njaanum is a 2010 Malayalam film written and directed by Vinayan. The film is produced under the banner of RG Productions India Pvt. Ltd by multinational industrialist Rubon Gomez.

The Tunnel of Love (1958)

The Tunnel of Love is a 1958 romantic comedy film based on the Broadway hit by Peter De Vries and Joseph Fields. The film follows a married suburban couple who for reasons unknown, are unable to conceive a child and soon endure endless red tape on a path of adopting a child. The film is the first directorial effort from Gene Kelly in which he did not also star. Doris Day received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

Convicted (1938)

Convicted is a 1938 American/Canadian action film, directed by Leon Barsha. It stars Charles Quigley, Rita Hayworth, and Marc Lawrence. Rita Hayworth was only 19 and on the verge of Hollywood stardom when she made this routine crime drama about tracking down the killer who framed her brother (Edgar Edwards). This is the last of the Quota Quickies made for the British market by producer Kenneth J. Bishop in Victoria, B.C. from 1933–37.

The Weapon (1956)

The Weapon is a 1956 British thriller film directed by Val Guest. It was made by Republic Pictures. Its themes were originally explored in the 1951 British film, The Yellow Balloon.

Strange Glory (1938)

A look at the debate about who should get credit for the "Tennessee Plan" during the Civil War.

The Crater Lake Monster (1977)

The Crater Lake Monster is a 1977 B-movie horror film directed by William R. Stromberg for Crown International Pictures, and starring Richard Cardella. The script was also written by Stromberg and Cardella, and their affiliation with The Crater Lake Monster marked the zenith of their careers. The storyline revolves around a giant plesiosaur, akin to the Loch Ness Monster, which appears in Crater Lake in Northern California, near Susanville (not to be confused with the much more famous Crater Lake in Oregon). As people are attacked by the monster, the Sheriff (Cardella) investigates along with a group of scientists in order to stop the creature.

Mr. Moto's Last Warning (1939)

Mr. Moto’s Last Warning is the sixth in a series of eight films starring Peter Lorre as Mr. Moto. The film is an original story featuring the character created by John P. Marquand.

Regular or Super: Views on Mies van der Rohe (2004)

Filmmakers Patrick Demers and Joseph Hillel look at the life and work of the famed architect, who approached his designs with a "less is more" philosophy.

A Man, a Woman and a Bank (1979)

A Man, a Woman, and a Bank, also known as A Very Big Withdraw, is a 1979 Canadian heist film, starring Donald Sutherland and Brooke Adams and directed by Noel Black.

Underground P.D. (2004)

An elite team of detectives assigned to capture the city's most violent felons gets unwanted help from a stranger that is apprehending them first. Now they have the felons and this stranger to catch, that takes them on the chase of civil arrests to murder.

Beyond Right and Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness (2012)

Beyond Right & Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness is a 2012 American documentary film about restorative justice and forgiveness. It is directed by Roger Spottiswoode and Lekha Singh and produced by Lekha Singh and Rebecca Chaiklin. The film depicts victims and perpetrators of the Rwandan Genocide, the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, and The Troubles in Northern Ireland.

Tempted (2003)

A married woman (Virginia Madsen) becomes attracted to a young man (Jason Momoa) after she takes the ashes of her nanny to Hawaii.

Legion of the Doomed (1958)

Legion of the Doomed is a 1958 American adventure film directed by Thor L. Brooks and written by Tom Hubbard and Fred Eggers. The film stars Bill Williams, Dawn Richard, Anthony Caruso, Kurt Kreuger, Tom Hubbard and Hal Gerard. The film was released on September 21, 1958, by Allied Artists Pictures.

Time Flies (1944)

Time travelling forms the basis of the humour of this film. Tommy is an unscrupulous American businessman who sells shares in a ‘Time Ball’ to his gullible friend, Bill. While examining the ball with a Professor, something goes wrong and the group of them are flung into space millions of miles away from earth. After fiddling with the controls, the Professor manages to transport them back to earth, but unfortunately into the wrong century. They arrive in the Elizabethan era, where their strange attitudes cause them much trouble.

Tropical Heat Wave (1952)

Tropical Heat Wave is a 1952 American musical film directed by R.G. Springsteen and starring Estelita Rodriguez, Robert Hutton and Grant Withers.

Texas Trail (1937)

Texas Trail is a 1937 Western film starring William Boyd, Russell Hayden and George "Gabby" Hayes. Directed by David Selman, and based on Clarence E. Mulford's 1922 novel, Tex, the film takes place during the Spanish–American War. Hopalong Cassidy is asked by a fort commander to round up 500 horses for government troops. Meanwhile, a gang of outlaws plot to steal the horses.

Siberian Lady Macbeth (1962)

Siberian Lady Macbeth, also translated as Fury Is a Woman, is a 1962 film directed by Andrzej Wajda, based on the novella Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District by Nikolai Leskov.

D Tour: A Tenacious Documentary (2008)

D Tour: A Tenacious Documentary takes you behind the scenes with Jack Black and Kyle Gass during the making of their feature film, Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny! Features more than an hour of on-set footage and jokes.

For Love's Sake (2013)

A mother wrestling with crippling depression fights to regain custody of her children in a drama based on a true story.

The Kid's Last Fight (1933)

Shirley Temple's first films were part of the "Baby Burlesque" theater in which young toddlers acted the parts of adults. In this episode, we see Diaper Dampsey, the diaper-weight champion, on a mission to defend his title.

Elvis Through the Years (2007)

This highly entertaining documentary offers a behind-the-scenes look at the life of Elvis Presley, including rare film footage, press conferences, interviews, outtakes and more!

The World's First Time Machine (2003)

Time travel is one of mankind's favorite fantasies. But what if it were possible to build a real time machine? To travel into the future, or the past? Scientists are now teetering on making that impossible dream, reality.

The Pie-Covered Wagon (1932)

Shirley Temple's first films were part of the "Baby Burlesque" theater in which young toddlers acted the parts of adults.

War Babies (1932)

War Babies is a 1932 American comedy short film directed by Charles Lamont. It is the second in a series of eight one-reelers that satirized adult films and themes called Baby Burlesks. The casts in the series are pre-schoolers dressed in adult costumes on top and diapers fastened with large safety pins on the bottom. In her autobiography, Shirley Temple Black describes the Baby Burlesks series as "a cynical exploitation of our childish innocence," and notes the short films were sometimes racist or sexist.

Ancient Alien Question: From UFOs to Extraterrestrial Visitations (2012)

Join Philip Coppens, star of the History Channel's "Ancient Aliens" series, as he provides proof that UFO's helmed by Extraterrestrials from other worlds came to Earth millennia ago.

Audrey Hepburn: In the Movies (2012)

One of a kind documentary focusing on 15 of Hepburn's best known films

Ghost Hunt: Paranormal Encounter at Burlington County Prison (2012)

Is the Burlington County Prison Museum haunted by the spirits of executed prisoners? A group of paranormal enthusiasts entered the Burlington County Prison, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, and the answer is revealed in this shocking documentary.

Bob Saget: That's What I'm Talkin' About (2013)

In "That's What I'm Talkin’ About," Bob Saget tells his favorite dirty jokes, and stories of his dad, the guy who made him like this. He also pulls out a guitar for some songs that will make you roll in the aisles.

Puppy Party (2009)

Join Milo, the adorable Labrador Puppy that has invited all his favorite breeds to his party! Featuring over 25 breeds, facts about each breed and hilarious puppy antics.

Tom Papa: Live in New York City (2011)

With a shiny happy exterior, an offbeat, demented interior, Tom Papa’s “Live In New York City” attacks our hilarious attempts at happiness as life piles up around us. His take on fatherhood in the 21st century is sure to delight.

Tim Allen: Men Are Pigs (1990)

In "Men are Pigs" , you'll see the groundwork for Tim Allen's successful show, "Home Improvement". With is signature grunts, Tim proves men are pigs as he discusses family and the differences between women and men.

RiffTrax Live: Manos - The Hands of Fate (2012)

The stars of Mystery Science Theater 3000 riff the classic “Manos” the Hands of Fate" LIVE in front of a nationwide audience! Run, don’t stumble-walk-with-accursed-goat-legs to watch RiffTrax Live: “Manos” the Hands of Fate!

The Legend of Lucy Keyes (2006)

The Legend of Lucy Keyes is a 2006 Suspense Mystery film directed and written by John Stimpson, and starring Julie Delpy, Justin Theroux and Brooke Adams.

Ian Bagg: Getting to F**King Know You (2013)

In his first stand-up comedy special, Last Comic Standing semifinalist, Ian Bagg’s unique style of comedy is crafted on stage, "Working the crowd" as it is known is a skill that few comics can master. So sit back and let Ian get to F##ing know you.

Brian Gaar: Jokes I Wrote At Work (2015)

In his first hour-long comedy special, Twitter sensation Brian Gaar tackles everything from the challenges of fatherhood to trying to keep his gamer cred in his 30s. Filmed live at the Spider House Ballroom in Austin, Texas.

Mother Vengeance (2013)

Azooma is a 2013 South Korean film starring Jang Young-nam in her first leading role as a mother seeking justice for the rape of her ten-year-old daughter. It made its world premiere at the 2012 Busan International Film Festival, and was released in theaters on April 18, 2013. The film has since received recognition in the international film festival circuit.

Dusty's Trail: Summit of Borneo (2013)

Mountain climbers raise money to help a young man who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

Invention for Destruction (1958)

This eye-popping escapade revolves around a scientist and his doomsday machine—and the pirates who will stop at nothing to gain possession of it. Freely adapting the fiction of Jules Verne, and inspired by Victorian line engravings, Karel Zeman surrounds his actors with animated scenery of breathtaking intricacy and complexity, constructing an impossibly vivid proto-steampunk world. Released abroad at the turn of the 1960s, Invention for Destruction went on to become one of the most internationally successful Czechoslovak films of all time.

The Finland Phenomenon (2011)

An exploration of the world's highest ranked educational system.

SILA (2015)

The concept of SILA – a term that encompasses weather, balance, consciousness – frames a story in the world’s northernmost inhabited village. Situated above the Arctic Circle in Greenland, Inuit subsistence hunters and a team of polar scientists bear witness to the transforming environment. As international researchers on Greenland’s Inland Ice Cap track the effects and far-reaching consequences of the warming Arctic, drastic changes in weather patterns are also spelling an end to the Inuit’s centuries-old way of life.

Up Against The 8 Ball (2004)

A pair of college girls come up with a unique scheme to pay their tuition bills.

Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955)

Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops is a 1955 film starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. After the film was completed, Universal wanted to rename it Abbott and Costello in the Stunt Men, because they did not consider the "Keystone Kops" to be relevant anymore. However, in October 1954, the studio relented and agreed to use the "Keystone Kops" name.

Sumé: The Sound of a Revolution (2014)

Greenlandic rock band Sumé releases three albums that influence the 1970s era, boost the self-esteem of the country's people and lead to the nation's first uprising against Danish colonial powers.

Karmageddon (2011)

A devotee of Bhagavan Das tries to navigate the gap between the 1960s and contemporary spirituality.

The Lady Gambles (1949)

The Lady Gambles is a 1949 film noir drama film directed by Michael Gordon starring Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Preston and Stephen McNally.

The Prisoner (2010)

When a married, career-driven businesswoman decides to seduce her boss's son to get ahead, she is unexpectedly abducted by a serial killer.

Any Old Port! (1932)

Any Old Port! is an American 1932 Pre Code short film starring Laurel and Hardy, directed by James W.Horne and produced by Hal Roach.

Burglar from Hell (1993)

A wisecracking burglar rises from the grave to take back the streets.

Mountain Cry (2015)

Mountain Cry is a 2015 Chinese drama film directed by Larry Yang. The film is based on the novel of the same title by Ge Shuiping.

Bottom Out (2004)

“Bottom Out” is an urban story about average people who, through crime and immoral actions, try to make it good but keep crossing the line between what's right and wrong. Just released from a drug treatment center, Kelly quickly returns back to her criminal ways. She meets Tito who is a hardened criminal recently released from prison and has been robbing banks since his release. Kelly soon discovers $250,000 Tito has stolen from a bank. She decides to steal the money to make a clean brake and make her dreams come true. But the cops are closing in on Tito, and when he tries to escape he realizes Kelly has taken his cash. He begins to look for Kelly, find his money and kill her. In a cat-and-mouse ending, Kelly tries to make it clean using stolen money, Tito hides from the cops while trying to find Kelly, they both crossover the morality line while justifying their criminal values. But in the end, they both just “Bottom Out.”

Caída del Cielo (2016)

When Julia falls into Alejandro's backyard from her apartment above, it proves to be what is needed to nudge the two loners together.

The World Cup: A Captain's Tale (1982)

The World Cup: A Captain's Tale is a 1982 British television sports film directed by Tom Clegg and starring Dennis Waterman, Andrew Keir, Marjorie Bland, Nigel Hawthorne and Tim Healy. The film depicts the story of West Auckland F.C. a team of part-time players who represented England in the Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy, sometimes described as the "First World Cup", in 1909 and 1911.

Coldwood (2011)

A single mother travels to Alaska to work with her uncle, who swindles people who think they're being haunted. She soon realizes, however, that not all supernatural forces are fake.

Monster: The Prehistoric Project (2016)

Two Navy SEALS are sent to an abandoned island to retrieve a package, but instead of being the hunters, they find they are being hunted. They find a camera in the hands of a dead man, and they learn they are being stalked by a giant predator.

The Future Perfect (2017)

Slipping documentary fragments into a fiction narrative, director Nele Wohlatz intimately describes the culture shock experienced by Xiaobin, a 17-year-old Chinese girl attempting to make her way in Argentina who finds shelter in a furtive romance with Vijay, a young Indian who she meets in her language class. Wohlatz’s sui generis debut finds a startling, innovative, fluid form to echo its subject’s ongoing mastery of the conditional tense, which encourages her to imagine possible futures.

Amazon Adventure (2017)

Amazon Adventure tells the epic, true story of Henry Bates, the son of a sock maker, who risked his life in the perilous Amazon in the 1850’s and discovered the “beautiful proof” for the greatest explanation ever put forward for the development of life on earth.

Chasing the Light (2014)

Failed suicide attempts, unstable friends, drug deals, and memories of an ex-girlfriend interfere with a screenwriter's script.

The Art of McCartney (2014)

This documentary explores the making of a remarkable album: The Art of McCartney, which features the finest artists of today paying their respect to the greatest.

The Rise And Rise Of Bitcoin (2014)

The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin is a 2014 documentary film that follows a computer programmer's fascination with the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, as well as his involvement with the Bitcoin community.

Naked As We Came (2013)

Naked As We Came is a 2012 American drama film directed by Richard LeMay.

Yasmine (2014)

Yasmine is a 2014 Brunei film directed by Siti Kamaluddin and Chan Man Ching and starring Liyana Yus, Nadiah Wahid and others. The film premiered on August 21, 2014 in Bandar Seri Begawan.

Radiopetti (2015)

Radiopetti is a 2015 Indian Tamil-language drama film directed by Hari Viswanath, starring Ramanujam TVV and Lakshmanan Koratur in lead roles.

Tri geroini (1938)

Three female pilots try to complete the first nonstop trans-Siberian flight.

The Code of Cain (2015)

World renowned journalist Sara Ogden is traversing the world in pursuit of carriers of a fatally dangerous "Stamp of Cain" in order to prevent seemingly unrelated events such as mass murders, turmoil, revolutions and chaos. She doesn't even suspect how close she is to the edge of the abyss, when in her search she ends up in Belarus to meet face to face with the one, whom she has been searching for her entire life.

Eyes of the Roshi (2017)

A fugitive grandmaster has to summon his inner warrior to defeat an assassin.

The Super Ninja (1984)

A maverick cop (Alexander Rei Lo) and his partner (Yau Jin Tomas) come up against an international conspiracy involving a scientist and a secret formula.

Heidi (2014)

Two high school friends become plagued by disturbing events after they find a mysterious doll.

Living Water (2006)

--CM Twenty year-old Gwen's recent conversion to Christianity causes a conflict between her and her "party girl" best friend. There's tension at home as well. Gwen's mom is fighting a serious addiction to pain killers, and her dad, a tough corporate lawyer, has just taken the civil suit case against the owner's of her new church. Gwen's nurturing kindness helps heal all those around who “thirst" for unconditional love and acceptance.

My Geeky Nerdy Buddies (2014)

My Geeky Nerdy Buddies is a 2014 romantic comedy film directed by Kevin Chu. It was released on July 10, 2014 in China but the film was withdrawn on the next day, citing "malicious competition" from the studio Bona Film Group. The film stars Jam Hsiao as A Zhai, and Jiang Shuying as Yaling.

Fascinating India 3D (2014)

Filmmakers spend months discovering the cities, royal residences, and temple precincts of India.

Julius Caesar (1914)

Julius Caesar is a 1914 Italian silent historical film directed by Enrico Guazzoni and starring Amleto Novelli, Bruto Castellani and Pina Menichelli. Taking minor inspiration from William Shakespeare's 1599 play of the same title, the film portrays the events leading up to the assassination of Julius Caesar. In the wake of Guazzoni's internationally successful Quo Vadis it was produced on an epic scale, including vast sets recreating Ancient Rome and more than 20,000 extras.

The Rifle, the Jackal, the Wolf, and the Boy (2016)

Two brothers (Fidel Badran, Jad Badran) take matters into their own hands when their den of poultry is attacked by a wild animal.

Tobacco Burn (2014)

Slaves on a tobacco farm rise up against their brutal overseer 35 years before the Civil War.

Mummys Island (2006)

Legend of Sudsakorn is a 2006 Thai fantasy film. It is based on a story from Phra Aphai Mani, an epic poem by Sunthorn Phu. Charlie Trairat, the young male lead from Fan Chan, portrays the title character, a boy who is the son of a mermaid who is sent on a magical quest to find his father, a prince. It is a mix of live action and computer-generated imagery.

The Get-Man (1974)

A cop tracks a sadistic killer after his girlfriend is kidnapped.

Impact After the Crash (2013)

A 1988 drunken-driving accident in Carrollton, Ky., kills 27 people, mostly children. Fledgling anti-drunken driving organizations gain new prominence in the aftermath.

Chota Mumbai (2007)

Chotta Mumbai is a 2007 Malayalam action black comedy film directed by Anwar Rasheed, written by Benny P Nayarambalam, and produced by Maniyanpilla Raju. The film stars Mohanlal, Siddique, Saikumar, Bhavana, Jagathy Sreekumar, Indrajith, Manikuttan, Bijukuttan, Kalabhavan Mani, and Rajan P. Dev. Rahul Raj composed the score and soundtrack of the movie. The film opened to positive reviews from critics and went on to become a blockbuster at the box office. It was the highest-grossing Malayalam film of the year.

Operações Especiais (2015)

A rookie cop tries to do things the honest way, discovering that even her comrades can be dangerous.

Trail of the Yukon (1949)

Trail of the Yukon is a 1949 American western film directed by William Beaudine and starring Kirby Grant, Suzanne Dalbert and Bill Edwards. It was based on a novel by James Oliver Curwood about a North-West Mounted Police officer and his faithful German Shepherd dog Chinook. It is part of the Northern genre. The film was popular, and inspired Monogram to make a series of nine further films starring Grant and Chinook.

Cigarette Soup (2017)

Afghanistan 2006 - A young aspiring journalist gets the opportunity of a lifetime when he is embedded with a small band of American soldiers. After a surprise attack the men become separated from their unit and find themselves trapped in an insurgent bunker, surrounded on all sides by the enemy.

Victimized (2014)

Matt Miller has spent his entire life living in the shadows of his brother. He believes if his brother were to disappear then so would all his problems. So one deadly night Matt decides to take matters into his own hands.

How to Play Baseball (1942)

How to Play Baseball is a cartoon produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures in September 1942, produced at the request of Samuel Goldwyn and first shown to accompany the 1942 feature film The Pride of the Yankees.

Beyond Here (2015)

Basile and Léa cross a desolate mountain region, stopping only to rob shelters of food and ammo.

5 Films About Technology (2017)

A short satire about people staring into screens.

The End Is My Beginning (2010)

The End Is My Beginning is a 2010 German-Italian biographical drama film directed by Jo Baier. It is based on the posthumous autobiographical best-seller with the same name written by Tiziano Terzani.