Murder Without Crime (1951)

A British writer's (Derek Farr) fight with his wife (Patricia Plunkett) inspires his landlord (Dennis Price) to try blackmail.

William S. Burroughs in the Dreamachine (2015)

Jon Aes-Nihil visits David Woodard and William S. Burroughs to record Burroughs' last discussion on drugs and government policies.

The Return of Dracula (1958)

Gone to California without a passport, Dracula (Francis Lederer) poses as an artist and moves in with a family.

The Architect (2012)

A clash of two sins results in chaos, and a parent's dreams spawn into a cataclysmic nightmare that devastates the entire family.

Down to Their Last Yacht (1934)

Socialites are shipwrecked on the island of Molakamokalu, whose queen (Mary Boland) likes to feed sharks.

Penitentiary III (1987)

Boxer Too Sweet (Leon Isaac Kennedy) kills a man, goes to prison, and faces Thud the dwarf and Hugo the hulk.

2xUno (2013)

Two brothers run away from their home in Mexico City and come face to face with death. To survive, they are forced to change their perceptions of life, love and freedom.

The Corsican File (2004)

Rémi François is a detective hired to find Ange Leoni, a Corsican who has inherited an incredible house.

Silent Dust (1949)

A man constructs a memorial to his deceased war-hero son, only to discover his son is alive and a deserter.

SpongeBob An Scannan: Spuinse As Uisce (2015)

Life is dandy in Bikini Bottom for SpongeBob Squarepants (Marcus Lamb) and his friends Patrick, Squidward (Brian Thunder), Mr. Krabs (Liam Heffernan) and Sandy (Carmel Stephens). However, when the top-secret recipe for Krabby Patties is stolen, SpongeBob finds that he must join forces with perpetual adversary Plankton (Garrett Keogh) and come ashore to battle a fiendish pirate named Burger Beard, who has his own plans for the delicious delicacies.

Deepsea Challenge 3D (2014)

On March 26, 2012, James Cameron made a record-breaking solo dive to Earth's lowest point, successfully piloting a submarine nearly seven miles deep to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean.

Memory of Us (1974)

A young housewife (Ellen Geer) and mother of two has an uneasy marriage with an unfaithful husband (Jon Cypher).

In Real Life (2011)

Dissatisfied individuals turn to the Internet to find something, or someone, new.

Jánosík (1921)

Juraj Janosik becomes the leader of highwaymen, robbing the rich to give to the poor, after a local warlord murders his parents.

Zucco: The Wine of the Son of the King of the French (2014)

Sicily's Duke of Aumale starts producing wine in 1854.

Tommy (2014)

A notorious gangster's wife informs his cronies that he's going to come out of hiding for his share of the loot.

Thanatomorphose (2012)

A beautiful young woman wakes up and discovers her flesh is rotting.

It's Hard Being Loved by Jerks (2008)

Islamic groups sue French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo after it publishes Danish cartoons mocking the Prophet Muhammad.

Hip-Hop Task Force (2004)

Khalil Jones, a Chicago detective goes under cover as a music producer at a hip-hop record label to pick up enough information to snag a crime lord who is affiliated with the label.

Appleseed (1988)

A policewoman and her cyborg partner try to stop terrorists from taking over their city.

Dead Stop (1995)

A journalist investigates gruesome murders after Jack the Ripper resurfaces from the grave.

Over (2015)

Events surrounding a crime scene unfold in reverse order.

Every Man's Woman (1965)

A vivacious woman tries to please all of her lovers but finds she can't handle the jealousy that erupts among them.

The Man From Tumbleweeds (1940)

Ex-convict gunfighters join a state ranger (Bill Elliott) on patrol for outlaws.

The Devil's Party (1938)

Two policemen, a priest (Paul Kelly) and a gangster (Victor McLaglen) who grew up together meet again in New York's Hell's Kitchen.

X-15 (1961)

Three Air Force pilots (David McLean, Charles Bronson, Ralph Taeger) test the X-15 rocket plane at a California missile base.

Exorcism at Midnight (1966)

A police inspector (Basil Dignam) and a priest check a witch doctor's (Anthony Ainley) voodoo on a British campus.

Nuyorican Dream (1999)

Filmmaker Laurie Collyer traces a year in the lives of the Gutierrez family, Nuyoricans who eke out a hardscrabble existence in Brooklyn. Robert, a schoolteacher, has escaped the clutch of poverty, but he's the sole exception. Brother Danny is in and out of jail, sister Beatriz is a former teenage mother with a drug problem, and long-suffering family matriarch Marta quietly struggles to support her grandchildren with what little money welfare and her job as a street vendor provide.

Money for Nothing (2013)

The history of music videos from the Beatles to current stars.

Underground Rustlers (1942)

A group of range busters is called in to save shipments of valuable gold from being stolen from stagecoaches.


Sara and Tom enter a portal and go back in time. They find an alien baby whose mother has been captured by the locals, and if they do not rescue her in time, the aliens will die in Earth's atmosphere.

Santa Fe Saddlemates (1945)

Aided by a woman reporter, a government agent poses as an outlaw to break up a New Mexico smuggling ring.

Children of the Sex Trade (2014)

Two sisters help authorities rescue underage girls from a life of sexual abuse and exploitation.

Nelligan (1991)

Canadian Emile Nelligan's (Marc St. Pierre, Lorraine Pintal) behavior and avant-garde poetry become a source of scandal.

Calamity Jane: Wild West Legend (2014)

A filmmaker delves into the largely unknown history of Martha Canary, better known as Calamity Jane.

Amu (2005)

A 21-year-old Indian-American woman learns of secrets and lies that tie her origins to a horrifying genocide.

The Bare-Footed Kid (1993)

A barefoot kid battles with his boss's rivals after they burn down the shop.

Terror of the Plains (1934)

While his father awaits trial for murder, a ranchman (Tom Tyler) searches for the true killer.

If I Was God (2015)

A boy fantasizes about having godlike powers and using them to deal with life.

Viva Sapato (2003)

A former dancer tries to find a pair of shoes that she sold before she learned there was money hidden in the heel.

Fair Game (1989)

When Gene (Gregg Henry), an unstable computer-game designer, can't handle the fact that his beautiful and artistic wife, Eva (Trudie Styler), has left him, he decides to kill her. But rather than resorting to a more conventionally violent method of murder, Gene traps her in her warehouse apartment with a highly poisonous mamba snake. As the exotic serpent hunts her, Eva struggles to survive, while Gene sadistically monitors the situation with a hi-tech tracking system.

Godzilla vs. the Thing (1964)

Mothra defends her offspring when Godzilla invades their Pacific island nursery.

Zatoichi: The Blind Swordsman & the Chess Expert (1965)

The swordsman (Shintaro Katsu) searches for a lost medicine packet in order to cure the child in his care.

Chekhov & Maria (2007)

Russian writer Anton Chekhov (Ron Bottitta) works on "The Cherry Orchard" while battling tuberculosis.

Narvalo (2013)

A man (David Viator) tries to get even with his former boss.

The Mystery of the Golden Eye (1978)

A reward-hungry journalist attempts to unravel the disappearance of a U.S. senator's son on the island of Komodo.

Border Rangers (1950)

An undercover Texas Ranger (Don Barry) tries to lure an outlaw (Robert Lowery) and his gang out of Mexico.

Lemon Drop Kid (1934)

A racetrack tout (Lee Tracy) marries a doomed girl (Helen Mack) and has a son (Baby LeRoy).

Esther (1999)

The beautiful queen of Persia (Louise Lombard) intervenes to save the Jewish people from a bloody massacre.

No More Orchids (1932)

On a cruise, Tony Gage (Lyle Talbot) meets heiress Anne Holt (Carole Lombard) but, knowing that she's engaged to royalty, resists her flirtations. Back home, Anne tells her father, Bill (Walter Connolly), about her attraction to Tony, but he's in a financial crisis and can't help her break the engagement. She then turns to her wealthy grandfather (C. Aubrey Smith), who insists that she go through with the marriage. Having met Tony, though, Bill wonders how he can help Anne and also save himself.

Wild Harvest (1947)

Partners (Alan Ladd, Robert Preston) are divided by a scheming farm woman (Dorothy Lamour) while reaping wheat in the Midwest.

The High Schooler's Guide to College Parties (2013)

Shaquille thinks his ticket to a better life lies in throwing a college party until all hell breaks loose and he has to fix everything.

18 Fatal Strikes (1981)

Ching dynasty hunters learn skills from a kung fu master they save.

I Only Wanted to Live (2006)

Nine survivors of Auschwitz tell their stories of suffering, survival, and liberation.

Stripped to Kill II (1989)

A stripper (Maria Ford) thinks she is killing other strippers; her roommate (Karen Mayo-Chandler) and a policeman (Eb Lottimer) do not.

Early to Bed (1928)

Ollie the heir torments his new butler, Stanley.

Tell Me I'm Pretty (2004)

To soothe her loneliness, Franny (Marina Foïs) invites her coworker, Paul (Julien Boisselier), over for dinner. Franny plans to lure her unsuspecting guest into a one-night stand, but she is not skilled in the ways of seduction. Paul doesn't pick up on her signals, and Franny becomes frustrated when he fails to respond to her advances. Over the course of the evening, the two get caught in a cycle of enticement, misunderstanding, resentment and reconciliation.

The Penguin's Move (2013)

A man (Edoardo Leo) tries to assemble a curling team to compete in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy.

The French Detective (1975)

An aging gumshoe (Lino Ventura) and his young sidekick (Patrick Dewaere) try to prove that a corrupt politician (Victor Lanoux) killed a fellow officer.

How to Get Rid of Others (2007)

The government eliminates citizens who take more from the country than they contribute.

Nudo di donna (1982)

An Italian (Nino Manfredi) begins to think his bookish wife (Eleonora Giorgi) and his earthy mistress are the same woman.

Smoking Kills (2014)

A hospital orderly takes a break to smoke after dropping a body off to the morgue.

Street Angels (1996)

A club owner falls for one of his pretty employees, but is unaware that she's really a spy for a rival club.

All Creatures Great and Small (1974)

James Herriot (Simon Ward) is a young and enthusiastic veterinarian who finds a post working as assistant to the more experienced Siegfried Farnon (Anthony Hopkins) in Yorkshire, England. Despite his training, Herriot quickly finds that he still has much to learn about both the duties of a vet and the mores of country life. The locals do not put much faith in him at first, but over time he comes to prove himself, and eventually falls in love with the daughter of a town farmer (Lisa Harrow).

Delayed (2009)

While waiting to board a plane to Switzerland, a fugitive executive finds that someone -- or something -- is stalking him.

Special Agent (1935)

Reporter Bill Bradford (George Brent) goes undercover in an effort to expose racketeer Alexander Carston (Ricardo Cortez). He is made a special agent by the government in an attempt to infiltrate Carston's gang and gain access to accounting records and prove tax evasion. Bradford gets to know Carston's accountant, Julie Gardner (Bette Davis). He attempts to get her to testify against her boss and they fall in love. But when Carston gets wind of the plan, her life is placed in danger.

Fred Lyon: Living Through the Lens (2013)

Photographer Fred Lyon lives and works in San Francisco.

A Time to Die (1983)

A CIA agent (Rod Taylor) aids a veteran's (Edward Albert Jr.) circa-1948 hunt for the Nazis who killed his wife.

Monster Busters (2009)

Oliver's grandfather claims to be a monster-buster, but Oliver doesn't believe in them, until his parents start behaving very oddly. Oliver and his horror-loving little brother discover that it's the dreaded shadow monster that haunts.

Chinaman (2005)

A Danish plumber (Bjarne Henriksen) falls in love with his Chinese bride (Vivian Wu) after agreeing to an arranged marriage for $8,000.

Hunting the Phantom (2014)

A policeman must break the law to save his fiancée. During his illegal activities he discovers that a global corporation is trying to overtake people's minds to control the future.

Parlor, Bedroom and Bath (1931)

By accident an unlikely fellow (Buster Keaton) becomes something of a Romeo.

Tropic Holiday (1938)

A screenwriter falls in love with a Mexican woman while searching for a storyline south of the border.

Judith of Bethulia (1914)

In seventh century B.C., the Assyrians are storming the walls of the Jewish city of Bethulia, leaving its people frightened and ready to hand their homes over to the invaders. As the Assyrians close in, the citizens of Bethulia are cut off from the outside world, and they begin to starve. Seeing her people's desperation, Jewish widow Judith (Blanche Sweet) poses as a harem worker, which wins her entry into the Assyrian camp, where she plans to kill their general, Holofernes (Henry B. Walthall).

Fugitive Mind (1999)

A man (Michael Dudikoff) with severe memory loss learns that experimenters programmed him to commit brutal crimes.

Prairie Chickens (1943)

Two men (Jimmy Rogers, Noah Beery Jr.) deal with a case of mistaken identity and a supposedly haunted ranch house.

The Girl on a Motorcycle (1968)

Unhappy with her marriage, a leather-clad woman (Marianne Faithfull) hops on a motorcycle to meet her lover (Alain Delon).

My True Story (1951)

Incarcerated jewel thief Ann Martin (Helen Walker) gets paroled with a little help from well-connected kingpin George Trent (Wilton Graff). Although she wants to turn over a new leaf, her release comes with a catch: Trent wants Ann to be part of an intricate heist he's planned. It involves winning the trust of a wealthy widow in order to steal the secret ingredient of a famed perfume. But Ann's role in the scheme gets complicated when she falls for nice guy Bill Phillips (Willard Parker).

Maahir (1996)

Kamini Rai is apprehended by the police on the charges of drugs smuggling and is subsequently sentence to several years in jail; during this time she gives birth to a baby boy, who is taken to an orphanage by a police inspector.

Children of the Civil Rights (2015)

For six years starting in 1958, children in Oklahoma City conduct sit-ins until almost every restaurant in the city desegregates before the Civil Rights Act becomes law.

Vice Academy: Part 4 (1995)

A policewoman (Elizabeth Kaitan) and her partner must stop a green-haired prison escapee (Julia Parton) intent on ruining the commissioner's wedding.

The Taking (2014)

Bex and Dawn want to open a cafe, but they cannot get a loan until Jeremy offer to fund their vision. When his true motives are revealed after they cannot meet his outrageous payment demands, they have to turn the tables on their malicious aggressor.

Hated: GG Allin & the Murder Junkies (1993)

Punk rocker GG Allin indulged in shocking behavior before his death by a drug overdose in 1993.

The Icicle Thief (1989)

A cheeky satire of television and an ode to Italian neo-realist films, this playful movie features director Maurizio Nichetti playing himself. The filmmaker becomes distressed when one of his classic black-and-white movies airs on TV and is frequently interrupted by gaudy color commercials. As the film and the ads begin to overlap, and the movie's characters attempt to leave their tragic situations for consumer bliss, Nichetti enters the television world to try and sort things out.

The Catch (2011)

During the Vietnam War, a pilot (Cyril Gueï) survives a plane crash but becomes a prisoner of Cambodian soldiers.

Enter the Lone Ranger (1949)

A re-editing of the first three episodes of the television series explains the origins of the Lone Ranger.

Bet to Basic (2006)

An indebted gangster (Chin Kar Lok) employs his uncannily lucky cousin (Jordan Chan) to win money at a casino.

I'll Be Your Sweetheart (1945)

A music hall duo has problems when the star falls in love.

B Must Die (1973)

A Hungarian in South America gets involved in politics, industrial chaos and the assassination of an exiled leader.

Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1947)

Two thieves rob Bulldog while he is on vacation in his country home, and he becomes involved in a missing-diamond case.

Flowers From Another World (1999)

Realizing his village has too few marriageable women, a man has a party to bring some into the town.

The Breach (1970)

An innocent woman falls prey to the machinations of her abusive husband, his wealthy father, and a shady family friend.

Jealousy (1984)

The same woman (Angie Dickinson) plays three different women whose lives with men are changed by extremes of jealousy.

Fareb (2005)

One night, Ria gets a call from the police that her husband has been found dead -- possibly murdered.

Hopper (2010)

Champion Brody Mullet discusses the dangerous world of "Space Hopper" rodeo.

Guardian of the Abyss (1981)

An antiques dealer's mirror leads to satanists in an episode of "The Hammer House of Horror.".

La Primera Noche (1998)

A group of teens in Mexico struggles with friendships, relationships and first sexual encounters. At the center of the group is Sergio (Osvaldo Benavides), who dreams of working in film and forges an odd friendship with a mature prostitute. His friends Bruno (Xavier Massimi) and Mariana (Mariana vila) explore their fledgling relationship. In the meantime, Gordo (Julio Casado) spins tales about his sexual prowess that earn him the wrath of an angry gang.

Nothing to Lose (1995)

A New Jersey salesman may drag his friends and family down with him when he foolishly borrows money from a mobster.

Crimebroker (1994)

A respected judge (Jacqueline Bisset), aroused by crime, pulls increasingly dangerous heists with her lover (Masaya Kat).

The Power of J2M2 (2003)

A young man (Jaaved Jaaffery) helps save an island's tiny residents from an evil army captain (Gulshan Grover) and a giant cannibal (Joy Fernandes).