The Triple Echo (1973)

An Englishwoman (Glenda Jackson) becomes a World War II deserter's (Brian Deacon) lover and passes him off as her sister.

Fathers and Daughters (2015)

A Pulitzer Prize-winning author (Russell Crowe) checks into a mental health facility after the death of his wife, while his daughter (Amanda Seyfried) falls for an aspiring novelist (Aaron Paul) years later.

African Express (1990)

Three friends who run an air charter business in Africa during World War II race to prevent a Nazi baron from escaping to Germany with vital radar equipment.

Color Me Dead (1969)

A dying Australian accountant (Tom Tryon) races to find out who spiked his drink with glowing poison and why.

Siren of Bagdad (1953)

In ancient Persia, Kazah the Great (Paul Henreid) travels from caravan to caravan, delighting audiences with acrobatic stunts and amazing magic tricks. When a hoard of bandits attacks his camp and makes off with his dancing girls, Kazah pursues them to Bagdad with his trusted sidekick Ben Ali (Hans Conried). Kazah and Ben Ali arrive in the city only to discover that the girls have be sold into slavery, which means they must now defeat an evil sultan in order to rescue them.

Kekkô Kamen (2004)

A naked masked heroine (Shino Sait) helps a young woman (Juri Inahara) at a school where students face unusually harsh treatment.

Frankenstein Reborn (2005)

An obsessive surgeon murders his patients and reanimates the dead.

Fun Is Beautiful (1980)

Carlo Verdone takes on a role in each of three stories, all set in Rome on the same day. In the first, Leo (Verdone), a shy and stumbling Spanish tourist, discovers unexpected romance after meeting beautiful Marisol (Mario Brega). Meanwhile, Enzo (also Verdone), a braggart known for his audacious stories, looks to take a vacation but finds his arrogance has scared off any would-be travel companions. Lastly, Ruggero (also Verdone), a Roman, returns home after months on a hippie commune.

Christmas Eve (1947)

Matilda Reid (Ann Harding) is in danger of being declared senile at the urging of her nephew, Phillip (Reginald Denny). To keep him from controlling her estate, Matilda must find her three adopted sons, who left home long ago. One of them, Michael (George Brent), lives in New York, where he's incurred a $75,000 debt. Another, fugitive Mario (George Raft), is hiding in South America. The last, Jonathan (Randolph Scott), is a small-time cowboy. All three must come home to save Matilda's fortune.

Killer Piñata (2015)

A piñata begins to kill a group of friends, one by one, as revenge for the torture and savagery humanity has inflicted on his people.

No One Can Brush My Hair Like the Wind (2014)

A woman living in solitude and the girl who bursts into her life develop a difficult relationship.

Totems (2014)

When a student returns to her rural hometown to care for her grandfather, she learns that he's secretly kept the remains of a WWI soldier in his garden.

Life of an Actress the Musical (2014)

The trials and tribulations of three actresses as they struggle to balance an acting career with love, dignity and aging.

Thao's Library (2015)

After seeing pictures of a Vietnamese girl's makeshift library, an American woman who is battling depression travels to Vietnam to forge an unlikely bond across cultures.

Take a Chance (2006)

Texas brothers (Kirby Heyborne, Corbin Allred) pose as foreign exchange students in Idaho to meet their dream girls (Lara Everly, RaeAnn Christensen).

The Force (1994)

A cryptic force drives a Los Angeles policeman (Kim Delaney) to uncover the details of a co-worker's (Gary Hudson) death.

Dirty Beautiful (2015)

A lonely artist brings a female drifter back to his apartment to live with him.

Divines (2016)

In a housing estate on the outskirts of Paris, a teenager who is hungry for her share of power and success becomes a runner for a drug dealer. When she meets a male dancer, a window of opportunity offers a different kind of life.

Banshee (2006)

A city's most-notorious car thief (Taryn Manning) must use all the skills at her disposal to evade a serial killer (Christian Campbell) who wants to make her his next victim.

The Last Rebel (1961)

The Texas Rangers ride when a Mexican outlaw whose wife was killed by miners leads his men on a series of raids.

Desert Warrior (1960)

An exiled Arab prince (Ricardo Montalban) and his followers raid caravans for weapons to overthrow a usurper (Gino Cervi).

Lover's Knot (1996)

Cupid's assistant (Tim Curry) oversees the budding romance of an English professor (Bill Campbell) and a pediatrician (Jennifer Grey) on the rebound.

The Golden Falcon (1955)

Determined to stop the marriage of her former lover, a young woman arranges to place him in compromising situation.

Mad at the World (1955)

A father whose baby was injured by a teenage gang decides to take matters of vengeance into his own hands.

Dangerous Intentions (1995)

An abuser's (Corbin Bernsen) wife (Donna Mills) flees with her daughter to a shelter and befriends another stalked wife (Robin Givens).

Mercenary (2016)

A young man of Wallisian origin in New Caledonia defies his father to go and play rugby in France. Living on his own on the other side of the world, he learns there is a price to pay to find success.

Journey to Greenland (2016)

Two actors from Paris leave the city to go to Kullorsuaq, one of the most remote villages of Greenland. During their stay with the Inuit community, their friendship is challenged as they learn the local customs.

House (1995)

Fresh from group therapy, a man (Daniel MacIvor) shares odd anecdotes with 10 others inside a church.

Iron Maze (1991)

A Japanese investor (Hiroaki Murakami), his wife (Bridget Fonda) and an ex-steelworker (Jeff Fahey) have different versions of a Pennsylvania crime.

Mata Hari (2016)

The life of Margaretha Geertruida Zelle.

If You Knew Susie (1948)

Husband-and-wife vaudevillians (Eddie Cantor, Joan Davis) discover Washington owes them money, with centuries of interest.

Lightning Bolt (1967)

A secret agent (Anthony Eisley) and his boss (Wandisa Leigh) check a madman's sabotage of U.S. moonshots.

Uncertain Terms (2014)

Robbie flees city life and takes refuge in his aunt's house, a makeshift home for pregnant teenagers.

The Earth Wins (2013)

The delicate balance between man and Earth.

Killer Deal (1999)

A 21st-century cop investigates organ harvesters who are tricking poverty-stricken people into selling their body parts.

Five Minutes to Live (1961)

As his partner in crime, Fred Dorella (Vic Tayback), heads to the bank and tries to extort cash from executive Ken Wilson (Donald Woods), Johnny Cabot (Johnny Cash) kidnaps Wilson's wife, Nancy (Cay Forester). Fred tells Ken that, unless he hands over $70,000 in cash, Johnny will kill Nancy. Ken comes up with a ploy to buy some time for the police to assess the situation. Though the scheme is coming unstuck, Fred and Johnny aren't about to go quietly.

Islam: What the West Needs to Know (2006)

Filmmakers use interviews, passages from Islamic texts, artwork and more to explore their theories on the nature of Islam.

In the White City (1983)

A married man (Bruno Ganz) shacks up with a woman in Lisbon, takes photos of her and the city and sends them home to his wife.

Stained Glass Windows (2010)

A gothic outsider fights to gain her own footing in life after being bullied by her classmates and abused by her sadistic boyfriend.

Funeral in Berlin (1967)

British spy Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) must help a Soviet defector (Oscar Homolka), disguised as a corpse, cross the Berlin Wall.

The Premonition (1976)

Foster parents try to free their daughter from the supernatural grip of her mother and a clown (Richard Lynch).

Port of Hell (1954)

The harbor boss (Dane Clark) of Los Angeles tries to tow away a freighter holding a communist atomic bomb.

Baby Geniuses (1999)

Evil partners (Kathleen Turner, Christopher Lloyd) experiment on an infant and send his twin to a reputable research nursery.

The B.R.A.T. Patrol (1986)

Marine base "brats" try to warn officers (Brian Keith, Tim Thomerson) about a plot to steal top-secret military hardware.

The Big Tip Off (1955)

Anonymous phone calls put a newsman (Richard Conte) on the trail of a fake (Bruce Bennett) who skims proceeds from telethons.

The Purple People Eater (1988)

A shaggy alien and a 12-year-old boy (Neil Patrick Harris) form a band and bail out oldsters (Ned Beatty, Shelley Winters) with a benefit concert.

On the Bride's Side (2014)

A Palestinian poet and an Italian journalist help five Palestinians and Syrians reach Sweden.

Clair de Femme (1979)

Having both suffered extreme losses, a man (Yves Montand) and a woman (Romy Scheider) try to form a relationship.

Who Was That Lady? (1960)

After he's caught kissing one of his co-eds, college professor David Wilson (Tony Curtis) is given marching orders by his livid wife, Ann (Janet Leigh). In order to avoid divorce, David concocts an elaborate alibi with his TV writer buddy (Dean Martin) : he claims to have been on an undercover mission for the FBI and that the kiss was crucial to his mission. With the help of a few props, Ann believes her husband's tall tale completely. And that's when his problems start.

To Live and Die in Amsterdam (2014)

An Interpol agent pursues a new drug ring to Amsterdam. Although the drug gives users two weeks of pure ecstasy, it comes at a price: to produce a single dose, someone must be killed.

The Era of Vampires (2002)

Under orders from their master, four warriors (Chan Kwok Kwan, Ken Chang, Lam Suet) battle zombies that can transform into bloodsuckers.

Apparitional (2013)

Ghost hunters find more than any one of them expected when they enter a haunted prison that has a grisly past.

Birch Interval (1976)

An unwanted city girl (Susan McClung) moves in with her mother's Amish relatives (Eddie Albert, Rip Torn) in 1947 Birch Interval, Pa.

Vasili's Return (1953)

Presumed dead, a Russian war veteran (Sergei Lukyanov) returns home and learns that his wife (Natalya Medvedeva) has remarried.

East Side Story (2006)

Diego (Ren Alvarado) is a gay but closeted Hispanic chef living in East Los Angeles who works in the restaurant operated by his grandmother (Irene De Bari). Frustrated by the secretive lifestyle he shares with his similarly closeted lover, Pablo (David Bern), Diego finds himself attracted to Wesley (Steve Callahan), one of the openly gay Caucasian men he feels are gentrifying his neighborhood. Their relationship pushes Diego to consider the possibility of a life he had never imagined.

A Dog's Life (2015)

A look at homeless people and the dogs that keep them company as they provide each other with hope, loyalty, and companionship.

Man in the Mirror (1936)

An aggressive alter ego allows a mild-mannered man to accomplish feats that he would ordinarily be too timid to try.

Boomerang (2015)

For his sister's 40th birthday, a man surprises her with a trip to Noirmoutier, an island where they spent many summers together as children.

Baxter! (1972)

Perpetually bounced between indifferent parents, young Roger Baxter (Scott Jacoby) arrives in London to live with his mother, who barely registers his presence. Further isolated by a speech impediment, Baxter feels desperately alone in a strange city. Fortunately, his speech therapist, Dr. Roberta (Patricia Neal), takes a special interest in him, and he befriends a French chef, also named Roger (Jean-Pierre Cassel), who becomes his surrogate brother and partner in sadness.

Born Into Mafia 2 (2016)

A retired CIA agent with deadly skills hunts down the ISIS terrorists who kidnapped his daughter.

Helmut Schmidt: Life Questions (2013)

Politician Helmut Schmidt becomes chancellor of West Germany in 1974.

Killing American Style (1990)

Violent bank robbers escape from police custody and take a family hostage.

Pals of the Saddle (1938)

Cowboy pals Stony Brooke (John Wayne), Tucson Smith (Ray Corrigan) and Lullaby Joslin (Max Terhune) -- collectively known as the Three Mesquiteers -- befriend Ann (Doreen McKay), a pretty, seemingly normal young woman who turns out to be a government agent. Before long, the boys inadvertently get mixed up in all sorts of espionage, including an international smuggling scheme. Things get even worse when Stony is wrongfully accused of murder, and the Mesquiteers must clear his name.

Grave of the Vampire (1972)

The son (William Smith) of an old and powerful vampire (Michael Pataki) seeks his father out and finds him teaching a college course.

Mojave Moon (1996)

A middle-aged car dealer (Danny Aiello) finds romance and adventure in the desert with a floozie (Angelina Jolie), her mother (Anne Archer) and a dangerous man.

Devil's Woman (1996)

A veteran Hong Kong policeman resigns from his task force position after having a traumatic experience.

Mater the Greater (2008)

Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) tells Lightning McQueen (Keith Ferguson) about his days as a daredevil.

The Flying Matchmaker (1966)

Matchmaker Reb Kelmen (Raphael Klatchkin) is unable to find a husband for his daughter, Libelah (Jermain Unikovsky). Meanwhile, he is hired to find a match for Caroline (Rina Ganor), daughter of the wealthy Rebbe Pinchas (Shmuel Rodensky), who is determined to prevent her from marrying her tutor, Max (Mike Burstyn). Reb introduces Caroline to Kuni Lemi (also Burstyn), a village idiot who looks exactly like her lover -- but she takes advantage of their identical appearance to keep seeing Max.

Dear Claudia (1999)

A plane crash strands an Australian mailman/pilot (Bryan Brown) on a tropical island with a beautiful thief (Aleksandra Vujcic).

A Lucky Day (2002)

A woman (Valentina Bassi) has an affair while trying to raise money to see her Italian lover in Rome.

Confine (2013)

A woman hides for many years and years to escape.

F... My Family (2012)

Although they once swore eternal love, a husband (Ariel Levy) and wife (Andrea Velasco) decide to divorce after having their first child.

Call of the Prairie (1936)

Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd), Shanghai and Johnny Nelson (Jimmy Ellison) bust up a gang of outlaws.

Smiling Through the Apocalypse (2013)

Tom Hayes, son of Esquire Magazine Editor Harold T.P. Hayes, interviews celebrities to find out what made his father one of the greatest editors of all time.

Pickpocket (2001)

A thief (Linton Semage) finds it quite disturbing to discover a photgraph of his pregnant wife (Dilhani Ekanayake) in another man's stolen wallet.

It's a Lot (2013)

A black middle-class college student ditches his expensive private school to attend a local university with his cousins.

The Dooms Chapel Horror (2014)

Kyle travels home with a documentary crew to see his family for the first time in a decade, and when he gets there, a series of events begin to unfold.

Frontier Hellcat (1966)

Frontier vigilante Old Surehand (Stewart Granger) and his Apache warrior partner, Winnetou (Pierre Brice), clash repeatedly with the Vultures, a gang of ruthless outlaws who disguise themselves as Shoshone Indians when committing crimes. Surehand and Winnetou offer protection to Annie (Elke Sommer), who is carrying a valuable stash of diamonds -- but she's kidnapped when her loot attracts the Vultures. After the Shoshone are accused of the abduction, Surehand and Winnetou must sort out the mess.

Killer Tomatoes Eat France! (1992)

The evil Professor Gangrene hatches a diabolical plot to conquer France with his army of deadly vegetables.

The Road to Freedom Peak (2013)

A former child soldier and an international model and journalist journey across two African countries seeing how former child soldiers move on with their lives.

Code Hunter (2002)

A champion player of virtual-reality games becomes ensnared in a criminal mastermind's plot to destroy the world.

The Fourth War (1990)

Cold War adversaries Col. Jack Knowles (Roy Scheider) and his Russian counterpart, Col. Valachev (Jürgen Prochnow), are stationed on opposite sides of the German-Czech border. Both men are responsible for a group of troops in their remote settings, and both have been shaped by their combat experiences and a shared aversion to their superiors' ways of doing things. After a defector is killed, things escalate into a full-fledged battle with serious geopolitical ramifications.

Whistling in Dixie (1942)

Detective Wally "The Fox" Benton (Red Skelton) and his fiance, Carol Lambert (Ann Rutherford), travel south when they hear of a mystery involving her college friend Ellamae Downs (Diana Lewis). As Wally investigates the situation, murder and hidden treasure both factor into the proceedings, with the sleuth's nemesis, Chester Conway (Rags Ragland), appearing to stir up trouble. Before long Wally and Carol are in peril, but the hapless hero does his best to win the day.

Délivrez-moi (2006)

Released from prison for killing her lover (Pierre-Luc Brillant), a woman (Céline Bonnier) regains custody of her daughter.

The Crawl Space (2003)

Real-life serial killer John Wayne Gacy (Mark Holton) is the subject of this disturbing biographical drama. Although Gacy is a family man and respected business owner, and even entertains locals as a clown, he hides a murderous pastime. Traumatized by his childhood experiences at the hands of an abusive father (Adam Baldwin), Gacy lures young men to their deaths, hiding their bodies in the crawlspace under his house. As Gacy's grisly rampage continues, the authorities start to close in.

The Entity (2015)

Students decide to investigate a series of strange videos originating from the darkest corners of the Internet. When the friends discover an ancient curse, they unwittingly unleash a terrifying demonic force.

Planet on the Prowl (1966)

Astronauts (Jack Stuart, Amber Collins, John Bartha) try to blow up a rogue planet causing geophysical turmoil on Earth.

Moh Maya Money (2016)

A young real estate agent tries to pull off a scam, but everything goes horribly wrong.

Gracious Living (1965)

A Frenchman (Philippe Noiret) proves himself to his wife (Catherine Deneuve), who is pursued by a Resistance leader and German officers in World War II.

Another Chance (2013)

A sleazy, corrupt politician is forced to confront his sordid past.

Naughty Girl (1956)

An engaged Paris nightclub singer (Jean Bretonnire) falls in love while protecting his boss's daughter (Brigitte Bardot).

Shooting Gallery (2005)

A street-wise man (Freddie Prinze Jr.) gets mixed up in a scheme involving a pool shark (Ving Rhames) and a crooked lawman.

The Mob (1951)

After witnessing what appears to be a police officer shooting a man in cold blood, detective Johnny Damico (Broderick Crawford) decides to go undercover. Tracing the murder victim to a waterfront crime ring, Damico poses as longshoreman Tim Flynn, and infiltrates the corrupt New York dockworkers union. There he meets union toughs Joe Castro (Ernest Borgnine) and Gunner (Neville Brand), who eventually lead him to crime kingpin Blackie Clegg (Matt Crowley).

Epsilon (1995)

One day, an alien (Ulli Birve) from the distant planet Epsilon materializes in the Australian outback. She's helped by a local surveyor (Syd Brisbane), who doesn't understand the alien's revulsion at being trapped on Earth. She explains that throughout the galaxy, humans are regarded as destructive creatures who are too ignorant to save themselves from certain destruction. She takes the surveyor on a time-traveling journey around the world to show him the effects of mankind's thoughtlessness.

The Ghost Comes Home (1940)

A missing man (Frank Morgan) returns and learns his wife (Billie Burke) collected on his life insurance.

The Lost Legion (2014)

After the fall of the Roman Empire, a woman plots to make her son the new emperor, and nothing will stand in her way.

Trailer: the Movie (1999)

Two guys (Ian McCrudden, Will Pope) obsessed with movies take their cameras on the road to make a film, and they meet two women who share their interest.

Crime and Passion (1976)

An investment counselor's (Omar Sharif) girlfriend (Karen Black) agrees to marry a deadly German industrialist.

The Civilization of Maxwell Bright (2005)

After a bad breakup, Maxwell Bright (Patrick Warburton), a diehard male chauvinist, declares he is fed up with dating and decides to buy a mail-order bride from China. When she arrives, Mai Ling (Marie Matiko) is quiet and submissive, but Maxwell cannot stop his piggish ways. After continued abuse, Mai Ling reveals she is actually a Buddhist nun, sent to America in place of her sister. After this, Max has an epiphany and devotes himself to making Mai Ling happy.

A Trick of the Mind (2006)

A private investigator (Stacy Grant) tells a woman (Alexandra Holden) a shocking secret about her husband (Paul Johansson).