The Final Storm (2010)
As troubling signs of the world's end unfold, a stranger takes refuge on an isolated farm.
Beltracchi: The Art of Forgery (2014)
The life and work of Wolfgang Beltracchi, a master forger whose work fooled the international art world for 40 years.
To Survive (2014)
A heartbroken man fends off marauders in a lawless world.
Good Game (2014)
A group of men turn their dreams into reality by pursuing careers in competitive gaming.
Children of God (2010)
The lives of two gay men (Johnny Ferro, Stephen Tyrone Williams) and the wife of a pastor collide in the Bahamas.
The Ballerino (2011)
A visitor (Ken Davitian) tells a series of tall tales to keep the plug from being pulled on a dying man (Frank Borgia).
Infinite Santa 8000 (2013)
In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, cyborg Santa Claus battles a giant Easter Bunny that was sent by Santa's nemesis to destroy him.
Circle of Fury (2010)
Johnny Brown returns from Iraq and opens a mixed-martial-arts school to get kids off the streets, but when a group of drug dealers tries to use his school to push drugs, an all-out brawl breaks out, pitting Johnny against his childhood friend.
Detectives (Radha Mitchell, Stephen Moyer) use clues from various recording devices to piece together events surrounding a massacre involving bus passengers at an abandoned gas station.
Risk Factor (2015)
A successful fashion photographer and former CIA operative who specialized in surveillance work finds himself lured back into the game by a beautiful, mysterious woman who works with a major arms dealer.
Love on a Bet (1936)
A New Yorker (Gene Raymond) bets he can leave in his underwear and arrive in Los Angeles with a suit, $100 and a pretty girl.
George is surrounded by violence and mayhem after he steals information for a Chinese crime lord who has kidnapped his girlfriend.
King of the Travellers (2012)
A member (John Connors) of the Irish traveler community falls in love with the daughter of the man who may have murdered his father 12 years earlier.
Adventures of Bailey: The Lost Puppy (2010)
Separated from his family, a golden retriever pup befriends a group of exotic animals at a ranch.
Everything Will Be (2014)
Chinatown's oldest and newest members offer intimate perspectives on the shifting landscape of their community.
2 Dudes and a Dream (2009)
Two pals (Brian Drolet, Nic Nac) try to make it big in the movie business.
This documentary explores dancer Marta Becket's decision to leave the art scene of New York City, move across the country to Death Valley Junction and renovate the decrepit Amargosa Opera House in order to perform first and foremost for herself. In addition to interviewing Becket as well as some of her friends and fans, including writer Ray Bradbury, the film utilizes performance footage and offers external views of the Amargosa and its surroundings to paint a picture of Becket's life and work.
Bikini Summer 2 (1992)
Two homeless people trigger a series of comic catastrophes at their host's $1 million Malibu beach house.
Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson (2011)
The life and work of the activist sea captain.
A failed actor works as a contraband and body smuggler in a world filled with crazed fashionistas and yakuza killers.
A lawman (Patrick Thompson) investigates a mysterious Web site that caters to men who like obese women.
God Save Justin Trudeau (2014)
Two political pugilists train for a boxing match that will change their destinies forever.
Unexpected Guest (1947)
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his sidekick (Rand Brooks) help a friend (Andy Clyde) claim his share of a late uncle's ranch.
Two 17th-century Portuguese missionaries, Father Sebastian Rodrigues (Andrew Garfield) and Father Francisco Garupe (Adam Driver), embark on a perilous journey to Japan to find their missing mentor (Liam Neeson). While there, the two men minister to the Christian villagers who worship in secret. If caught by feudal lords or ruling samurai, they must renounce their faith or face a prolonged and agonizing death.
Three Smart Saps (1942)
Three young women ask the Three Stooges to rescue their father from prison.
Rider of the Law (1935)
A government agent (Bob Steele) traps bank robbers by posing as a tenderfoot.
Katja's Adventure (1999)
A girl (Fanny Bernth) must save a young falcon from a taxidermist's (Alessandro Haber) scalpel.
Kicking Off (2015)
When a ref disallows a goal that causes a team to lose, two of its fans kidnap him while others riot.
Documentary revisits the destiny of prima ballerina Alicia Alonso, who is in the twilight of her life.
Monster A-Go-Go (1965)
Frank Douglas (Henry Hite) is an astronaut whose spacecraft disappears while returning to Earth. Col. Steve Connors (Phil Morton) and his team of military men go looking for Douglas, only to stumble across the first in a series of mysterious deaths. Connors and company soon come to suspect that Douglas has been transformed into a murderous monster. As space program experts hypothesize about what happened to Douglas, Connors tries to prevent further mayhem.
Barbarous Mexico (2014)
Short stories about horror, violence, necrophilia and other topics.
The Empty Hours (2013)
Sebastian takes charge of a motel near Veracruz and spends most of his time maintaining it. He develops a warm friendship with Miranda, a motel regular, and stands in when her married lover doesn't show up.
Love From a Stranger (1937)
After her fianc, Ronald Bruce (Bruce Seton), breaks their engagement, fearing he will be financially dependent on her recent lottery winnings, stenographer Carol Howard (Ann Harding) decides to rent her apartment and go to France. Debonair Gerald Lovell (Basil Rathbone) comes to look at the apartment, and later turns up on her boat. Carol falls in love with Gerald, and the two elope. But upon returning to England, he has them move to an isolated home, and Carol begins to suspect and fear him.
Romeo and Juliet (1916)
Ill-fated lovers' deaths bring peace to their families.
Get Well Soon (2014)
Pierre (Gérard Lanvin) spends a month in the hospital, reflecting on his life as he recovers from an accident.
Elderly Aleksandra (Galina Vishnevskaya) visits her Russian soldier grandson, Denis (Vasily Shevtsov), at the Chechen war front, providing comfort as she tours his army base. While there, Aleksandra surprises everyone by climbing into an armored vehicle and brandishing a Kalashnikov rifle. Afterward, venturing outside, she meets a Chechen woman in town who bemoans the number of occupying troops, then has other adventures. All the while, Denis ponders the reason for her unexpected appearance.
Drowned Out (2002)
In central India, an enormous dam project leaves villagers with scant options: relocate from the riverside to the slums, move to less hospitable land far away or remain and drown. Luharia Sonkaria, the medicine man of the village, guides viewers through the peaceful protests and lengthy court case that surrounded the fight against the government. In addition, the film looks at who benefits most from the dam, and what has happened to those displaced by decades of industrial development.
A young man (Kip Pardue) falls in love with a mysterious princess (Nora Zehetner) who heals mythical creatures.
Green Fields (1937)
Levy (Michael Goldstein), a young Talmudic scholar, decides to leave the big city to search for truth in the Russian countryside. He happens upon a farm family headed by industrious Duvid (Isidore Cashier), who is impressed with Levy's intellect and takes him in. Their jealous neighbor, Alkuneh (Max Vodnoy), wishes that the prestige of having such a learned guest would fall on his house, and so competes for Levy's allegiance, using his daughter as bait.
Stealing Sinatra (2003)
Three men (David Arquette, William H. Macy) decide to finance their American dream by kidnapping the son of Frank Sinatra (James Russo).
An Unexpected Love (2003)
Separated from her husband, a woman (Leslie Hope) gets a job at a real-estate agency and falls in love with her lesbian boss (Wendy Crewson).
The Girl (2014)
A young boy saves a woman who is being held captive in his father's shed.
Surge of Power (2004)
A gay attorney (Vincent J. Roth) uses his newfound powers to thwart a mad scientist (John Venturini).
It's Your Move (1968)
An Englishman plans to rob a bank in Spain by using look-alikes of four bank tellers.
A war emerges between two families when two young people (Akshaye Khanna, Kareena Kapoor) fall in love.
A GI (Dennis O'Keefe) in postwar Rome flees with a woman (Mara Lane) who stabbed her boss, chased by her husband (Rossano Brazzi) and the police.
Three unemployed, classically trained actors decide to form a rap group to increase their chances of landing acting gigs.
13: Game of Death (2006)
Desperate for money, a man (Krissada Terrence) participates in an underground game where he must complete a series of disturbing tasks.
A new generation of radicals in the social justice movement work in Los Angeles.
Cesar's Last Fast (2014)
In 1988, activist Cesar Chavez begins his last protest fast to bring attention to the effects of pesticides on farmers.
Two-Seater Rocket (2013)
When Mia, Manuel's best friend and secret crush, falls in love, he hatches a plan to make her childhood dream come true to win her heart.
Torture Ship (1939)
A doctor convinced that glandular disorders are the root of criminal behavior conducts experiments on convicts.
A college student suspects her new stepfather may be having an affair. Her suspicions seem to be confirmed when she sees him with another woman; a woman who is later found dead. She begins to wonder exactly who her mother married.
Adam Had Four Sons (1941)
Emilie Gallatin (Ingrid Bergman) works as governess for the wealthy Stoddard clan, but she also serves as a maternal figure when mother Molly (Fay Wray) dies. After the head of the family, Adam (Warner Baxter), loses much of his fortune, he has to send his boys off to boarding school and part with Emilie, the object of his affections. Years later, Emilie reunites with Adam and his sons, but their contentment may be short-lived when the scheming Hester (Susan Hayward) marries into the family.
Peter (Itay Tiran) receives a piece of land as a gift for his upcoming wedding. While preparing the property to build a home for his new family, he finds human remains in the ground. He decides to keep the discovery to himself so that all of the wedding arrangements can go on as planned. However, the deeper he tries to keep his secret, the more he seems to be under control of something -- or rather someone -- and from then on very strange things begin to happen.
Veil of Tears (2014)
The hardships and oppression the women of India face as they fight to change the culture.
The Son of Gascogne (1995)
A con artist (Jean-Claude Dreyfus) claims to recognize a guide (Grgoire Colin) as a famous man's son and gets several stars to confirm it.
Smokey Bites the Dust (1981)
A teenage hot rodder (Jimmy McNichol) steals cars with a kidnapped homecoming queen (Janet Julian), the sheriff's (Walter Barnes) daughter.
Manny Pacquiao overcomes personal hardships to become a champion boxer, politician and actor.
U Turn (2016)
A young reporter investigating traffic violations becomes a suspect in a series of bizarre murders.
Dancing Arabs (2014)
A young Arab in Israel struggles to find his place and an identity.
Cyxork 7 (2006)
A desperate action star films during a natural disaster to record special effects for free.
Witch Hunt (1994)
Magic and murder connect an actress (Penelope Ann Miller), a private eye (Dennis Hopper), a senator (Eric Bogosian) and a witch in 1950s Hollywood.
A Little Inside (1999)
After the death of his wife, a baseball player (Benjamin King) tries to single-handedly raise his daughter (Hallie Kate Eisenberg).
The Weapon (1957)
Detectives (Steve Cochran, Herbert Marshall), a mother (Lizabeth Scott) and a killer hunt a British boy who has found a murder weapon and shot someone.
Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir (2011)
The life of artist and film director Roman Polanski.
A woman sifts through boxes filled with memories of her past, and seeks forgiveness from the ghosts who still haunt her.
A Place in the Middle (2014)
Ho'onani dreams of leading the all-boy hula troupe at her school.
In 18th-century France, an unkempt hermit (Rupert Everett) transforms into a libertine and affects the lives of a nobleman (Ugo Tognazzi) and his wife (Anne Brochet).
My Last Year With the Nuns (2014)
Matt Smith and his friends roam the Catholic Capitol Hill neighborhoods of Seattle in the late 1960s.
Big Bad Wolf (2012)
An abusive thug (Charlie O'Connell) goes on a rage-induced murder spree as he searches for his three runaway stepdaughters and his missing drug money.
Something Must Break (2014)
A passionate love affair erupts between a man who wants to be a woman and a man who is not gay.
Tangled 8 (2014)
People from diverse social backgrounds, races and ages manage grief through its different phases.
Family Express (1991)
An orphan helps a suicidal magician and his girlfriend escape from a gang of mobsters.
Los Punks: We Are All We Have (2015)
The teenagers and young adults who keep the backyard punk scene thriving in LA.
Julian, the lone soldier stationed on Kalayaan Island, is sent two men when rumors of a coup circulate. As he confronts his loneliness, he confronts a traumatic experience from his past.
Heart of Time (2009)
A young woman falls for a revolutionary.
Soldier of Destiny (2012)
Tyler survives being captured by Afghan soldiers and travels to Africa to tell a comrade's sister of his passing. A former Marine pastor guides Tyler through the process of healing, while guerrilla fighters terrorize the local residents.
Volga Volga (1938)
A manufacturer (Igor Ilyinsky) of musical instruments declares his love for a beautiful blonde (Lyubov Orlova) during a boat race.
Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy (2009)
Bill Cosby, Chris Rock, Eddie Murphy, Mo'Nique and others are featured in a look at the evolution of black comedy.
Working Girls (1986)
College graduate Molly (Louise Smith), trying to bankroll her own business, works as a high-priced New York City escort. As a lesbian, she's able to keep her emotional distance from the clients, who range from cynically exploitative to desperately needy. But her open ambition to rise above her current station rubs many of her coworkers the wrong way, especially the combative, street-smart Dawn (Amanda Goodwin) and the escort service's disdainful madam, Lucy (Ellen McElduff).
A teen runaway discovers a plot to control minds.
It Takes Two (1995)
Sad little rich girl Alyssa (Ashley Olsen) and orphaned tomboy Amanda (Mary-Kate Olsen) meet at summer camp and discover that they are each other's exact double. And each girl is worried about her caregiver. Alyssa's father, Roger (Steve Guttenberg), is about to marry a gold digger, and Amanda's kind social worker, Diane (Kirstie Alley), will be pushed aside if a cruel family adopts Amanda. The girls decide to switch identities to make their loved ones fall in love with each other.
A man commits suicide and leaves behind only a mysterious hard drive. Now, a hacker and a computer technician work together to decipher a cryptic message.
Two teenage girls have their friendship and their lives changed forever during a sweltering summer.
Five Moons Plaza (2003)
A retired judge (Donald Sutherland) investigates the kidnapping of Italian statesman Aldo Moro after receiving a film of the crime.
The Glass Shield (1994)
Rookie cop J.J. (Michael Boatman) is the first black officer in his squad. Befriending fellow outsider Deborah (Lori Petty), J.J. has a tough time adjusting to the force's good-old-boy camaraderie. Initially turning a blind eye to hints of racism in order to fit in, J.J. find it harder to ignore the corruption when an illegal search leads to the arrest of Teddy Woods (Ice Cube) on questionable murder charges. As J.J. delves deeper into the case, he risks losing his job -- or his life.
Muscle Heat (2002)
A special agent (Kane Kosugi) encounters the world of underground fighting while trying to stop the spread of drugs in Tokyo.
Rockin' Road Trip (1986)
Friends and members (Garth McLean, Margaret Currie, Katherine Harrison) of a Boston rock group, Cherry Suicide, decide to drive to North Carolina.
Ride, Ryder, Ride! (1949)
In their first cinematic outing, Red Ryder and his Indian sidekick help a newspaper publisher clean up her town.
Case of the Velvet Claws (1936)
After Perry Mason (Warren William) finally ties the knot with his long-suffering secretary (Claire Dodd), their honeymoon is cut short by Eve Belter (Winifred Shaw), wife of newspaper owner George Belter (Joseph King). Eve wants Mason to stop George from publishing information about her affair with a local politician (Kenneth Harlan) in a gossip column. Soon, George is dead and Mason is the number one suspect. With help from his assistant (Eddie Acuff), Mason sets out to find the real killer.
Wagon Trail (1935)
Townsfolk turn against their sheriff (Harry Carey) because of his outlaw son (Edward Norris).
A gruff backpacker (Bruce Greenwood) helps a troubled teen (Ella Purnell) trek through the Alaskan wilderness to make her way back home to Seattle.
Women's Prison Massacre (1983)
Four dangerous prisoners trigger a violent reprisal when they are transferred to a coed maximum-security facility.
A Decent Man (2015)
Having just been injured in a mugging, a depressed man (Nicolas Duvauchelle) earns the attention of his estranged family; but soon the evidence against the accused (Driss Ramdi) starts to unravel.
The Sea Hawk (1924)
Framed for murder by his own half brother, Sir Oliver Tressilian (Milton Sills) is impressed into service aboard a British ship. When that ship is captured by the Spanish Armada, he is put to work as a galley slave. Escaping to a band of Barbary pirates, he eventually becomes their leader. He gains wealth and fame during his adventures as "The Sea Hawk," but he dreams of returning to England to exact revenge on his brother -- and to reclaim his fiancée.
National Lampoon's Last Resort (1994)
Two Detroit guys (Corey Feldman, Corey Haim) help a former actor, protect his Caribbean resort from an old foe.
La Marrana (1992)
A former prisoner returns to Spain in search of his favorite food.
Isi/Disi: Rough Love (2004)
A lovestruck metalhead (Santiago Segura) pretends to be a friend of singer Joaqun Sabina as part of a plan to woo a pretty coed (Jaydy Michel).
Broadway Rhythm (1944)
Wunderkind producer Johnnie Demming (George Murphy) is having trouble finding an appropriate star for his latest Broadway attraction. When screen starlet Helen Hoyt (Ginny Simms) blows into town, he thinks she'd be perfect, but Helen isn't convinced Johnnie has a hit on his hands. To make things worse, Johnnie's vaudevillian father (Charles Winninger) doesn't want to be in the show, preferring to mount one of his own and steal away some of the very same talent Johnnie hopes to attract.