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Made for Each Other

Made for Each Other is the 1939 black & white John Cromwell romantic comedy starring Carole Lombard, James Stewart, James Coburn and Lucile Watson telling the story of an ambitious but extremely timid lawyer who marries his sweetheart after one day of knowing her, and only finds his “cajones” to stand up to his boss when his new family is threatened by medical treatments he can’t afford. Of course the story is more complicated than that, but you need to see it because it’s chock-full of corporate favoritism and nepotism – just like today! Stream Now

The Last Gun

The Last Gun is the 1964 Sergio Bergonzelli spaghetti western starring Cameron Mitchell, Carl Möhner, and Célina Cély where a gang of cutthroats led by a bald bandit named Jess descend on the town of Sanderson, intent on stealing a gold shipment. The townsfolk refuse to rally to the sheriff’s defense, save one shotgun-wielding old-timer.

Among those who turn the sheriff down is a peaceful storekeeper named Bill (Cameron Mitchell). He’s engaged to the judge’s daughter, who accuses him of cowardice over his reluctance to pick up a gun.

While waiting for the gold to arrive, Jess and his men terrorize the local womenfolk. Each time, a masked gunman named Jim Hart shows up in the nick of time. No one is quite sure who Hart is or where he comes from. Jess and his men start to suspect a newcomer to their merry band, Guitar (Carl Möhner). But when it comes time for the final showdown, neither Guitar or the sheriff are around. The masked gunman known as Jim Hart is. Stream Now

The Klansman

The Klansman is a disturbing 1974 Terence Young crime drama thriller reflecting the racially charged times of deep-south with an all-star cast including Lee Marvin, Richard Burton, Cameron Mitchell, O. J. Simpson, Lola Falana, David Huddleston, Luciana Paluzzi and Linda Evans. Set in fictitious Atoka County Alabama in the early 70s, “The Klansman” tells the story of a local Sheriff trying to keep the peace as racial strife hits his small town after a black man is accused of raping a white woman and the Ku Klux Klan forms a lynching party to see southern white justice.

This film is not for the squeamish. With harsh racist language and the stereotypical representation of a racially polar southern community with burning crosses and Confederate flags, the viewer’s emotions will flare in response to the story as well as the flawless performances. Stream Now

Killing Heat

Killing Heat is a 1981 Michael Raeburn drama based on Doris Lessing’s 1950 novel ‘The Grass Is Singing.’ It stars Karen Black, John Thaw and John Kani, and is set in Rhodesia in the early 1960s. An aging secretary staves off impending spinsterhood by marrying a struggling farmer. Their awkward and loveless marriage grows increasingly troubled as the city-born woman finds it impossible to adjust to rural life, and the farmer’s recurrent illnesses jeopardize the future of their farm. As her depression deteriorates into madness, her relationship with the native houseboy becomes a flash point that threatens everyone’s life as they know it. Stream Now

Kansas City Confidential

Kansas City ConfidentialKansas City Confidential is the 1952 black & white Phil Karlson film noir crime drama starring John Payne, Coleen Gray and Preston Foster with Neville Brank and Lee Van Cleef. It tells the story of a man framed for a bank robbery who, when charges are dropped, is offered a reward if he can help the police recover the cash. When one of the four masked thieves meets his end, the man assumes his identity to catch the other three crooks. If this plot sounds vaguely familiar, film buffs explain that “Kansas City Confidential” served as the principal inspiration for Quentin Tarantino’s highly-acclaimed and uber-violent but culturally influential “Reservoir Dogs” of 1992. Stream Now

The Lady Vanishes

The Lady Vanishes is a black & white 1938 Alfred Hitchcock, British-made mystery thriller starring Michael Redgrave and Margaret Lockwood telling the story of a beautiful English tourist traveling by train in continental Europe who discovers that her elderly traveling companion has disappeared from the train. After her fellow passengers deny ever having seen the elderly lady, a young musicologist finally helps the young woman, and the two proceed to search the train for clues to the old lady’s disappearance. In this film, Alfred Hitchcock can be seen at Victoria Station wearing a black coat and smoking a cigarette. Stream Now

Julie Darling

Julie Darling is the 1983 Paul Nicholas drama-horror-thriller starring Anthony Franciosa, Isabelle Mejais and Paul Hubbard telling the story of a father-obsessed teenaged girl whose inactions caused the death of her mother, and she later arranges a similarly gruesome fate for her new stepmother and brother at the hands of her mother’s rapist – in order to hoard and monopolize the affections of her father all to herself. This is a bizarre West German movie with some surprisingly great performances – Mejais is spot-on believable! Stream Now

Lux Video Theatre’s Holiday Affair

Lux Video Theatre’s Holiday Affair is the unique 1955 televised Earl Eby theatrical presentation of a Holiday dramatic romantic comedy starring Scott Brady, Phyllis Thaxter and Elliott Reid. It tells the story of a young widowed single mother being romanced by a sales clerk whom she unintentionally got fired thereby disrupting her current involvement with her existing romantic suitor. Otto Kruger is the host of this recorded live television presentation. Stream Now

Her Best Friend’s Husband

Her Best Friend’s Husband is the 2002 Waris Hussein television drama starring Cheryl Ladd, Bess Armstrong and William R. Moses telling the story of two female college BFFs struggling to find their own professional successes while also negotiating their own personal happiness that may include the other’s husband. This is a story of friendship and love, and it even touches on why we love whom we love, as both lovers and friends. Stream Now

Happy Go Lovely

Happy Go Lovely is the 1951 H. Bruce Humberstone musical romantic comedy starring David Niven, Vera-Ellen and Cesar Romero telling the story of talent, ambition, deception, mistaken identity and love, all with a backdrop of a struggling theatrical producer, a kindly chauffeur, an aspiring actress, and a love-smitten billionaire. Music, dancing and situational comedy abound in this David Niven classic film! Stream Now

Hangman’s Knot

Hangman’s Knot is the 1952 Roy Huggins Western Romance starring Randolph Scott and Donna Reed. Major Matt Stewart (Randolph Scott) leads a troop of Confederate soldiers on a raid, targeting a wagon that is transporting Union gold. All of the Union soldiers are killed except for one, who informs Stewart that the war had already ended a month ago. Stewart leads the troop into hiding, knowing they could face murder charges. After capturing a coach driven by nurse Molly Hull (Donna Reed), the soldiers try to evade a group of bandits chasing them to steal the gold. Stream Now

Gladiators 7

gladiators-7-movie-poster-1963-1020212485Gladiators 7 is a 1962 drama/action/adventure film directed by Pedro Lazaga starring Richard Harrison, Loredana Nusciak and Livio Lorenzon. It tells the story of Darius, framed for the escape of five gladiators from the arena and the son of one of Sparta’s leading citizens, who is sentenced to the arena as gladiator himself and forced to fight for his life in the Roman Coliseum. Years later he manages to escape and return to Sparta, only to find out that his father has been murdered — even though it was ruled a “suicide” — and the woman he loves is about to marry the evil king who has usurped the throne. He sets out to find six of his fellow gladiators and return to Sparta to save his woman and place the rightful king on the throne. Stream Now

The Fat Spy

The Fat Spy is the 1966 low-budget musical Z movie directed by Joseph Cates and starring Phyllis Diller, Jack E. Leonard, Brian Donlevy and Jayne Mansfield. The film is a parody of the 1960s-era beach-party films with a plot involving the quest for the fountain of youth by some wrinkly and ever-bumbling old-people, and some really awful musical numbers. The Fat Spy is featured in the 2004 documentary “The 50 Worst Movies Ever Made.” Get ready to groan for a full 80 minutes! Stream Now

The Fast and the Furious

The Fast and The Furious is the 1955 John Ireland drama produced by Roger Corman and starring John Ireland and Dorothy Malone. It tells the story of a truck driver who takes a young woman hostage as he evades the police pursuing him for murder and plans to escape to Mexico. One problem – he falls in love with his hostage! If the title and plot sound familiar, this is the movie that inspired all F&F movies that followed. Stream Now

The Fall of the House of Usher

The Fall of the House of Usher is the 1956 black & white NBC Matinee Theater film starring John Conte, Tom Tryon and Marshall Thompson, directed by Boris Sagal that tells the Edgar Allen Poe story of the Usher family curse – anytime there has been more than one Usher child, all of the siblings have gone insane and died horrible deaths. Is this legend or curse? A terrifying climax awaits! Stream Now

Good Against Evil

Good Against Evil is the 1977 Paul Wendkos horror/thriller starring Dack Rambo, Elyssa Davalos, Richard Lynch and Kim Cattrall about a writer and an exorcist teaming up to battle Satan and an evil group of devil-worshipers. No awards here for this made-for-tv movie, but a great retro-seventies horror flick that’s just perfect for a lazy day of slacking. Stream Now

The Great Adventure

The Great Adventure is the 1975 Gianfranco Baldanello western adventure starring Joan Collins and Jack Palance. Set in the Gold Rush days of The Yukon, a young orphan boy Jim and his dog, find their way to Dawson city and with the help of glamorous saloon owner, Miss Sonia, they devise a plan to clean up the corrupt town! However the ruthless kingpin of the town, William Bates has other ideas, the fight for a new beginning for the entire frontier has begun! It’s a cold world out there, for an orphan and his dog. When they hear the Cry of the Wolf, it is time for The Great Adventure. Stream Now

Evel Knievel

Evel Knievel is a biography of the famed motorcycle daredevil, who grew up in Butte, Montana. The film depicts Knievel reflecting on major events in his life, particularly his relationship with his girlfriend/wife, Linda. The film opens with Evel Knievel at the Ontario Motor Speedway in Ontario, California. Knievel is speaking directly to the camera describing his upcoming daredevil motorcycle jump. Stream Now

The Deserter

The Deserter (also known as The Devil’s Backbone) is the 1971 Dino De Laurentis produced spaghetti western directed by Burt Kennedy and starring an all-star ensemble cast of Bekim Fehmiu, John Huston, Richard Crenna, Chuck Connors, Ricardo Montalban, Slim Pickens and Patrick Wayne. The Deserter tells the story of revenge and trickery as the U.S. Army recruits a deserter (Fehmiu) to lead a band of renegade combat experts to avenge the massacre of an outpost in the Southwestern wastelands, which leads them to the Apache stronghold – The Devil’s Backbone. Stream Now

Circus of Fear (aka Psycho Circus)

Circus of Fear is the 1966 John Llewellyn-Moxey directed horror mystery starring Christopher Lee, Leo Genn and Suzy Kendall telling the story of a Scotland Yard detective’s investigation of an armored-car robbery on Tower Bridge in broad daylight, where the principal suspects are a lion-tamer and a band of knife-throwing circus performers. Stream Now


cockfighterCockfighter (also known as Born to Kill) is a 1974 action drama by director Monte Hellman, starring Warren Oates, Harry Dean Stanton and featuring Laurie Bird and Ed Begley, Jr., telling the story of a down-and-out southern cocksman who aspires to win the Cockfighter of the Year medal, and although facing a mountain of adversities, will not let go of his dream. Stream Now

Detour 1945 Edgar Ulmer mystery starring Tom Neal, Ann Savage and Claudia Drake in which a New York piano player laments his singer girlfriend leaving for Hollywood, Calif. When he gets some money, he decides to hitchhike to California to join her and in Arizona accepts a ride from a stranger. But during a storm and a freak accident, the stranger is killed. Frightened, the piano man assumes the stranger’s identity and car, but soon comes upon a very mysterious woman who seems to know all about his true identity. Stream Now

Dead Aim

In the film Dead Aim, a traveling gravedigger during an (unspecified) war adopts a orphan he finds alone in the desert. After the war with the orphan grown and business slow, the orphan begins to generate business himself by shooting people. The orphan wants to make one big score by robbing a bank but the gravedigger resists. Their dream is to open a fancy funeral parlor and cemetery. The orphan becomes obsessed with a prostitute he saw who was later abandoned by her outlaw partner after a robbery attempt on a gold wagon goes bad. He eventually leaves the gravedigger to find her. Stream Now

Death Rides a Horse

In Death Rides A Horse, Bill (John Phillip Law), a boy whose father was killed and mother and sister were raped and murdered in front of him by a gang, sets out 15 years later to exact revenge, having used the time to become an expert marksman with a gun. Stream Now

A Boy and His Dog

A Boy and His DogVic (Don Johnson) is a libidinous 18-year-old traversing the post-apocalyptic desert of 2024, in the company of his telepathic dog, Blood. When the pair encounter an underground community, the leader’s daughter, Quilla Holmes (Susanne Benton), seduces Vic into their fold, separating him from Blood, who’s left to survive on his own. But once Vic discovers he’s been lured there solely for mechanized procreation, he realizes he’s doomed unless he can escape and rejoin Blood. Stream Now

Affair in Monte Carlo

Affair in Monte CarloRobert Sterling a writer, is visiting a café, when suddenly a scandal becomes known. To keep the others from overreacting, Sterling tells them about something similar that he saw happen long time ago. He had been in Monte Carlo, and was playing host to a young widow whom he knew well. When he persuaded her to visit the casino one night, she became irresistibly attracted to an unstable young man who became suicidal after losing all his money at roulette. Sterling describes how they fell deeply in love, and how both of them then had to face difficult decisions about the future. Written by Snow Leopard. Stream Now