American Samurai (1992)
A samurai's son (Mark Dacascos) fights his adopted brother (David Bradley) for possession of a sacred family sword.
Dirty War (1984)
Disgusted by his employers' brutal tactics, a mercenary must fight his way out after they refuse to release him.
Night of the Zombies (1980)
Soldiers and an Italian newswoman (Frank Garfield) meet natives turned into zombies by leaked green smoke.
La Voladora (2008)
A bus driver is haunted by a dark past that tormented him for years.
Taking its name from the Hebrew word for strength, the Hakoah Vienna sports club produced a host of talented female swimmers, who thrived in opposition to anti-Semitic trends that began to color Austrian society in the early 20th century. The club was a casualty of Hitler's rise to power in the 1930s, but several of the women who were team members went on to live long, colorful lives. Now senior citizens, they're reunited in this documentary about sports, survival and bravery.
For She's a Jolly Good Fellow (2003)
The life of a lonely woman (Sasha Andres) takes a sudden upturn after she inexplicably kills her employer (Catherine Mouchet).
Shadows in the Night (1944)
The Crime Doctor (Warner Baxter), psychiatrist/sleuth, saves a haunted heiress (Nina Foch) from insanity.
Shake the Dust (2014)
Break dancers from third world communities become linked through their passion for hip-hop culture.
The Naked and the Dead (1958)
While stationed at a U.S. Army base on an island in the Pacific, idealistic Lieutenant Hearn (Cliff Robertson) has the nerve to question the morality of his mentor, grizzled veteran General Cummings (Raymond Massey). As a consequence, Hearn is reassigned to lead a squad of soldiers on a dangerous mission -- much to the dismay of the previous squad leader, cynical warmonger Sergeant Croft (Aldo Ray). As the squad nears its goal, the relationship between Hearn and Croft rapidly deteriorates.
Meis wants an adventurous life, but all she does is to look forward to the next car to pull down her street.
Eighteen dogs in a pound wait to be adopted.
Back in the Hood: Gang War 2 (2004)
Gang-related violence skyrockets in a sleepy town.
The Moonstone (1996)
A cursed Hindu diamond, stolen by a British officer in 1799 and bequeathed to his niece (Keeley Hawes), vanishes.
I Am What I Play (2015)
Four DJs in major markets discuss their programming, politics, and deep connections with musicians and fans.
The Arms Drop (2014)
Peter Bleach, a British arms dealer, searches for the agent who lied in court when he was on trial in India for giving West Bengal rebels weapons.
Sweet Justice (1992)
An ex-commando (Finn Carter) enlists help from six deadly women when a small-town sheriff (Marc Singer) ignores her sister's brutal murder.
The Radicals (1990)
In the 16th century, Michael and Margaretha Sattler try to spread the message of the Anabaptist sect of Protestantism.
L.A. Without a Map (1998)
A handsome Scottish undertaker (David Tennant) follows an aspiring Hollywood actress (Vinessa Shaw) back to California.
In the little town of Black Falls, every house looks the same and almost everyone works for Black Box Unlimited Worldwide Industries, purveyors of a device that is sweeping the nation. Toe Johnson, 11, is unimpressed with the company and its wares; he just wants a few friends. Then, a wish-granting rock falls from the sky and changes everything. The town swarms with wishes gone amok, but the trouble really begins when adults get their hands on the rock.
On the Spot (1940)
A soda jerk gains national prominence when a wounded gangster starts to share a secret but dies before he tells all.
Love at Stake (1988)
In the town of Salem, Mass., recently arrived Miles Campbell (Patrick Cassidy) goes to work for Parson Babcock (Bud Cort), whose mother is paranoid about the existence of witches. Meanwhile, the corrupt local judge and mayor conspire to steal land in the area by accusing certain townspeople of witchcraft. The plan works, and although Miles is closely involved with those fanning the flames of hysteria, he begins to doubt the witchcraft claims when his beloved Sara (Kelly Preston) is accused.
Mystery Train (1931)
Passengers become trapped on a runaway Pullman car.
The Gang's All Here (1941)
Two friends take jobs as drivers for a trucking firm, unaware that the company has become plagued by hijackings.
Prudence and the Pill (1968)
A British couple (Deborah Kerr, David Niven) and other lovers are fooled by aspirin secretly swapped for birth-control pills.
Sleepaway Camp 3: Teenage Wasteland (1989)
Psychotic Angela (Pamela Springsteen) is itching to do what she does best: slaughter dozens of teenage campers. As luck would have it, the previous site of her murders has been renamed and converted into an experimental summer camp meant to bring together privileged and lower-class teens. On the day the youths are boarding the buses to camp, Angela runs over a potential camper with a garbage truck and assumes her identity. Once she has infiltrated the camp, the real terror begins.
Revenge of the Musketeers (1994)
Elose (Sophie Marceau) finds her quiet religious pursuits interrupted when men working for the brutal Duke of Crassac (Claude Rich) burst into the convent and kill her mentor, Mother Superior (Pascale Roberts). Through her investigation, she discovers that a coup had been planned. With the help of Quentin (Nils Tavernier) -- a bumbling bard who is mightier with pen than sword -- Elose embarks on a quest to alert her father, D'Artagnan (Philippe Noiret), and the legendary musketeers.
Desert of Lost Men (1951)
Sheriff Skeeter Davis (Irving Bacon) summons his friend U.S. Marshal Allan "Rocky" Lane (Allan "Rocky" Lane) to Bear Creek when one of two doctors is waylaid on the trail. Suspecting that an outlaw group known as the Lost Men is behind the assault, Skeeter also reveals that the other doctor (Ross Elliot) is expecting a large amount of money to arrive for the construction of a hospital. The three men plot to lure and trap the outlaws but almost get caught in their own web.
Scotland Yard Dragnet (1957)
A psychiatrist tries to program a patient to commit a murder benefiting the doctor.
Help I'm a Boy (2002)
A boy and a girl accidentally switch bodies through a wizard's spell and race to end the magic.
Rusty Saves a Life (1949)
Young Danny Mitchell (Ted Donaldson) and his pals are supposed to inherit a house from a local homeowner. But, when the man dies before completing his will, his adult nephew, Fred (Stephen Dunne), gets the place. Soon, Fred is at odds with Danny and his friends. And when Fred is hostile to the boys, his gal, Lyddy Hazard (Gloria Henry), rethinks their relationship. Meanwhile, poor swimmer Fred takes an unintentional dunk in a local river, and it's up to Danny's dog, Rusty, to lend him a paw.
Godzilla vs. Biollante (1992)
The monster dinosaur wrecks Tokyo some more and meets a monster plant created from his own cells.
A portrait of Quebec filmmaker Claude Jutra ("Mon oncle Antoine").
Call of the Wilderness (1932)
A dog saves a sheepherder from an attack by a mountain lion.
Escape From China (1993)
Chronicles the ordeal of fugitive Chinese revolutionary Zhang Boli and his harrowing escape to freedom in the West.
Matlock: The Prisoner (1989)
Trapped inside a prison during riots, Matlock (Andy Griffith) defends an inmate before a kangaroo court.
An FBI investigator (Harvey Keitel) takes his wife (Andie MacDowell) and child along when he goes to Italy to interview a boy who survived a mob hit.
Random Acts of Violence (2013)
A New Yorker (Ashley Cahill) who longs for the "good old days" starts a crime wave that he hopes will drive down real-estate prices and lure creative people back to the city.
The Poker House (2008)
Agnes (Jennifer Lawrence) and her two sisters struggle through a day in a home overrun by gamblers, thieves, and johns.
Panama Flo (1932)
A stranded New York chorus girl (Helen Twelvetrees) keeps house for an oilman (Charles Bickford) ; then her boyfriend (Robert Armstrong) arrives.
Home in Wyomin' (1942)
When singing cowboy Gene Autry (Gene Autry) comes home to Gold Ridge, Wyo., he attracts the attention of reporter Hack Hackett (Chick Chandler) and photographer Clementine Benson (Fay McKenzie). In town to help his friend Pop Harrison (Forrest Taylor) control his rodeo star son, Tex (James Seay), whose gambling and drinking are getting out of hand, Gene tangles with a Chicago mobster (George Douglas) hiding out in the small town. When a murder occurs, it's up to Gene to solve the mystery.
Hope Heights (2014)
A Toronto community challenges and redefines its image.
The Blazing Sun (1950)
Bank robbers Bartlett (Kenne Duncan) and Lucas (Gregg Barton) escape and hide out in the hills between the towns of White Water and Los Robles. In White Water, bank investigator Gene Autry (Gene Autry) grows suspicious of the activities of mine technician Ben Luber (Alan Hale Jr.) and his brother. When he discovers that the brothers are secretly providing aid to the robbers, Gene enlists his friend Mike (Pat Buttram) and a nurse, Helen (Lynne Roberts), to help him track down the criminals.
Blue Canadian Rockies (1952)
Montana rancher Cyrus Higbee (Don Beddoe) asks his foreman, Gene Autry (Gene Autry), to travel with Rawhide Buttram (Pat Buttram) to Higbee Lodge in Canada, where he suspects his daughter, Sandy (Gail Davis), is disregarding his orders by starting a dude ranch and disrupting the logging industry. Higbee also regards Sandy's fianc, Todd (Ross Ford), as insincere. When they arrive, Gene and Rawhide are set upon by vengeful mill workers and Sandy's mysterious foreman, Pop Phillips (Tom London).
Filip lives in a poor neighborhood and is asked to write a letter for an elderly prostitute.
Mutiny on the Buses (1972)
A girl's mother is horrified that she has chosen to marry a bus driver.
A former boxer, Baldev, turns to his sons to win the glory that eluded him in the ring. But when his younger son is injured in the ring, the elder one decides to fulfil his father's dream.
Mélanie Carrier and Olivier Higgins travel along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River to connect with the aboriginal people.
Trouble Busters (1933)
A cowboy called Tex (Jack Hoxie) joins a two-ranch feud over unstaked oil land.
Humanity prepares for a total energy vacuum.
The Vanishing Westerner (1950)
A special investigator (Monte Hale) and his sidekick (Paul Hurst) nab a tricky gang for the governor.
Flamboyant pianist Liberace (Andrew Robinson) rises from humble roots to longtime fame in show business.
Survivors seek shelter from a global infection that turns people into flesh-eating zombies. When Evie's husband, John, becomes separated from the group, it abandons her to an uncertain fate.
The Sign of the Gladiator (1959)
Queen Zenobia (Anita Ekberg) of Palmyra lets down her guard for a Roman general (George Marshall) who sets her up for a fall.
Case of the Babysitter (1946)
Two jewel thieves hire a private eye (Tom Neal) to watch their baby and their loot.
Splash Area: Night of the Freaks (2012)
Three friends go above the law and track down a gang of killer clowns after their friend is mutilated. They follow the red nosed crazies to an old asylum, and quickly become the hunted.
The Hound of the Baskervilles (2000)
Sherlock Holmes (Matt Frewer) and Dr. Watson (Kenneth Welsh) prowl the moors to save Sir Henry (Jason London) from his family's killer-dog curse.
Rough Magic (1995)
In the midst of a dazzling stage show, magician's assistant Myra Shumway (Bridget Fonda) catches the eye of sleazy industrialist Cliff Wyatt (D.W. Moffett). When Wyatt unwittingly kills Shumway's mentor, a master magician, she flees to Mexico. Furious, Wyatt hires private detective Alex Ross (Russell Crowe) to capture the gorgeous witness to his crime. But, after Ross locates Shumway, he finds himself beguiled by her growing prowess as a magician -- and by the potency of her feminine charms.
Robot Ninja (1990)
A comic-strip artist (Michael Todd) dons the guise of his silver-masked hero to fight crime in his hometown.
Harry, He's Here to Help (2000)
During a heat wave Michel (Laurent Lucas) and Claire (Mathilde Seigner) take their three small daughters on vacation to get away from the headaches of the farm they are trying to restore. Out of the blue a friend named Harry (Sergi Lpez) appears who'll stop at nothing to make Michel happy.
While researching an urban legend on feral children, three friends become trapped in an abandoned high school with a sinister evil.
Louisiana Territory (1953)
Early American statesman Robert Livingston (Val Winter) tours 1950s New Orleans.
Escape Artist (2016)
A frustrated young man with a troubled past using social media to vent his frustrations unwittingly sets off a revolutionary social movement.
Ghosts -- Italian Style (1969)
A crooked secret-admirer (Mario Adorf) lets a married couple (Sophia Loren, Vittorio Gassman) stay in his supposedly haunted palace.
Forlorn River (1937)
Cowboy Nevada (Larry Crabbe) and his sidekick recover loot from a bank robbery.
The Bikini Carwash Company II (1993)
Comely carwash attendants turn to televised lingerie sales to save their financially strapped establishment.
Dead on Site (2008)
Media arts students enter a house and re-enact the murders of a family.
A Home of Our Own (1975)
Based on the true story of a dedicated Roman Catholic priest who established a home for Mexican orphans.
Guns of Diablo (1964)
A wagon master is confronted by a man he wounded years before in episodes from "The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters.".
Howling II ... Your Sister Is a Werewolf (1985)
After his sister is turned into a werewolf and subsequently killed, Ben White (Reb Brown) decides to help the enigmatic Stefan Crosscoe (Christopher Lee) fight the growing population of lupine monsters, along with the lovely Jenny Templeton (Annie McEnroe). Traveling to Transylvania, Ben, Jenny and Crosscoe attempt to hunt down the powerful werewolf queen, Stirba (Sybil Danning), and must face her furry followers, as well as other supernatural forces.
Mind Games (1989)
A backpacking psychology major (Maxwell Caulfield) confuses a couple (Edward Albert, Shawn Weatherly) and their son for his own enjoyment.
Break of Hearts (1935)
Struggling composer Constance Dane (Katharine Hepburn) and playboy conductor Franz Roberti (Charles Boyer) fall in love and marry. Despite their happiness, when Constance sees him with a woman at a fancy hotel, because of Franz's reputation she suspects the worst. Constance leaves Franz and devotes herself to her work, while the depressed Franz goes on a European tour. Devastated by Constance's defection and the rumor that she's taken up with another man, Franz falls into drunken desolation.
Bread Thieves (2013)
Simon is released from prison and goes on the run after a botched robbery.
Hook, Line and Sinker (2011)
PJ's life unravels when he fails an eye test and loses his job as a truck driver. He takes his friends and family on a tumultuous and emotional journey until he is willing to accept his new place in the world.
Lipstick & Liquor (2013)
Filmmaker Lori Butterfield confronts the stigma surrounding women who drink.
No Time to Be Young (1957)
Three cool losers (Robert Vaughn, Roger Smith, Tom Pittman) rob a supermarket, shoot the manager and flee the police.
Heart of the Rio Grande (1942)
Having taken over a ranch from incompetent ex-manager Hap (William Haade), Gene Autry (Gene Autry) and pal Frog (Smiley Burnette) get ready for some visitors. Teacher Alice Bennett (Fay McKenzie) and student Connie Lane (Edith Fellows) drop by. But when Connie tries to ditch Alice, it's Gene who finds her. With Gene and Hap about to face off in a rodeo, Connie takes sneaky measures to ensure Gene's victory. But, with her father due at the ranch, her impish ways just might catch up with her.
The Grass Harp (1995)
In the 1940s, young Collin (Edward Furlong) arrives in a small, sleepy southern town after his mother's death and moves in with his aging spinster cousins, Dolly (Piper Laurie) and Verena (Sissy Spacek). He soon finds a mentor in the retired Judge Cool (Walter Matthau), who harbors secret affections for Dolly. Meanwhile, Dolly is troubled by the appearance of Morris (Jack Lemmon), a sleazy entrepreneur who wants to market her health tonic on a national scale.
In Barcelona, an exorcist (Luís Marco) and his teenage granddaughter (Clàudia Pons) cast out demons while trying to elude the grasp of the cultists who are stalking them.
Weekend Murders (1972)
A will sets off a series of murders within a British family of high social standing, with two investigators apparently helpless to stop the killings.
Iranian filmmaker Mehran Tamadon convinces four mullahs who support the Islamic Republic of Iran to come stay with him for two days to debate issues.
While working in a Florida antique store, a teenage boy discovers a lamp containing a genie who will grant his wishes.
Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy (2013)
A teenage girl's Twitter postings reveal the story of her daily life and her new headmaster's attempt to squash her dream of creating a beautiful yearbook for the school.
Passage Home (1956)
A young woman comes to regret her apparent rescue from a difficult situation in South America by a ship's crew.
The Executioner (1970)
After an attack on his Czechoslovakia spy ring, British intelligence agent John Shay (George Peppard) realizes one of his colleagues must be a double agent. John suspects Adam Booth (Keith Michell) is the mole, but his superior, Col. Scott (Nigel Patrick), refuses to investigate. With the help of secretary Polly Bendel (Judy Geeson), Adam uncovers classified files indicating that Adam is a KGB agent. With no support from his bosses, John takes revenge into his own hands.
Filmmaker Kevin McMahon looks into the natural beauty and environmental crisis surrounding the Great Lakes.
Sunset in Wyoming (1941)
Gene (Gene Autry) must confront a lumber company after their overzealous tree felling leads to the flooding of ranch lands. After trying to negotiate with the company's manager, Gene and his sidekick, Frog (Smiley Burnette), travel to the city to speak with the corporation's founder, old Asa Wentworth (George Cleveland). Before long, the goodhearted Asa realizes Gene's in the right; unfortunately, Asa's city-slicker granddaughter now controls the company, and she won't be so easy to win over.
Things People Do (2014)
After losing his job, an insurance adjuster (Wes Bentley) throws morality to the wind and turns to a life of crime to support his family.
Hey Diddle Diddle (2009)
A man who was Mr. Popular in high school has to deal with his failures at a ten year class reunion.
I Come With the Rain (2008)
A private eye (Josh Hartnett) travels to Hong Kong to find a boy.
Oru Indhiya Kanavu (1983)
While on an educational tour, a girl stumbles upon a community that has been untouched by the developing world.
The Enemy Within (2013)
Kostas, a 48-year-old husband and father, arms himself and seeks revenge when hoodlums ransack his house.
The Moving of Sophia Myles (2000)
A widow (Della Reese) faces a crisis of faith as she battles a real estate agent (Rue McClanahan) for possession of her house.
Crashing Through Danger (1936)
Complications arise when a young women becomes a housekeeper for three men.
The Slowest Gun in the West (1960)
Outlaws hire a frightened gunfighter (Jack Benny) to duel with a cowardly sheriff (Phil Silvers).
The Pirates (2014)
Pirates and bandits hunt a gray whale after it swallows a royal stamp.
Stage Struck (1948)
The murder of nightclub hostess leads an investigator (Kane Richmond) to seedy nightspots.
The Kiss Before the Mirror (1933)
A lawyer defends his friend after he kills his adulterous wife.
Wallaby Jim of the Islands (1938)
Wallaby Jim (George Houston) and his crew find a huge pearl bed in the South Pacific, and have to fend off a vicious rival to lay claim to the treasure.
The Land Before Time: Invasion of the Tinysauruses (2004)
A big lie involving some small friends teaches Littlefoot the value of honesty.
The Cat (1966)
A boy lost in the mountains is saved from a rustler's wrath by a wildcat he befriends.