Skeleton Key 2: 667 Neighbor of the Beast 2008

Howard and Nicopernicus take a trip back to Nilbog to contend with zombies, vampires, and the dreaded Dr. Nochas in this sequel to Alucard and Shadow Hunters director John Johnson's outrageous horror comedy. There's blood and boobs to spare as the viewer crosses back into the town where nightmares are made, and characters break into song after soiling themselves.

Key of Keys 1965

Kokusai himitsu keisatsu: Kagi no kagi is the fourth instalment of five films in the "Kokusai himitsu keisatsu" series. The film is a parody of James Bond-style spy movies, and was used by Woody Allen, along with footage from the third instalment, in one of his first films, "What's Up, Tiger Lily?", in which the original dialogue is redubbed in English to make the plot about a secret egg salad recipe.

The Key to Rebecca 1985

A ruthless Nazi spy. A fearless army major. One has a cause. The other, a conscience. Both had a secret worth dying for.

The Glass Key 1935

Adapted from one of Dashiell Hammett's best novels, The Glass Key is a lively and straightforward melodrama of political corruption and urban intrigue. George Raft plays Ed Beaumont, the right-hand man to genial ward heeler Paul Madvig (Edward Arnold), who wants to clean up his political act. On the eve of a major election, Madvig is implicated in a murder, and it's up to Beaumont to help him out.

The Italian Key 2011

A romantic fairy tale about a 19-year old orphan girl who, as her sole inheritance, gets an antique key that unlocks both an old Italian villa and the secrets of her family history.

The Crimson Key 1947

Larry Morgan (Kent Taylor), a private detective, is hired by a woman who wants Larry to trail her husband. The husband is murdered and, shortly afterwards, the wife is also killed. Larry shuffles through a long list of suspects before revealing the killer...

Key of Brown 2013

Key of Brown a thriller, action, drama, tells the story of one harrowing night in the life of "Bernadette Lawson" a retiring call girl, recently released from prison and serving out the remainder of her sentence on monitored house arrest. In need of cash, she can't resist doing a, quick, one hour, five hundred dollar favor for her ex-madam but the night turns deadly when the client turns out to be a notorious serial killer of prostitutes, wanted by the F.B.I. and transporting a kilo of high quality brown heroin.

Key Lime Pie 2007

In this animated spin on the noir genre, A man's obsession with key lime pie brings him to the brink of insanity and a chance encounter with the grim reaper.

Key to the Future

GM's Motorama exhibit in 1956 featured a film that looked into the far distant future of 1976 with predicted a jet age future with electronic digital displays and an On Star like central command that would guide us along our uncrowded path to adventures.

Top Fit 1983

A married woman, fed up with her cheating husband, decides to do some cheating herself.

The Key Man 1957

The host of a radio crime show finds himself mixed up with real gangsters after he re-creates a notorious murder on the air. He uses his knowledge of criminology to foil the gang's wicked scheme.

Three Skeleton Key 2016

After a ship ignores a lighthouse beacon, it runs aground on the reefs surrounding the small island of Three Skeleton Key. The lighthouse crew soon discover that something is on board the ship, and it's not human.

The Lost Key 2015

After a traumatic divorce, Ricardo Adler sets out to discover how to achieve a fulfilling and lasting marriage. His search takes him to Rabbi Manis Friedman, who introduces him to Kabbalah's ancient secrets to attain the highest form of intimacy. The film portrays the dramatic transformation of Ricardo's new marriage, and the reactions of other couples to this revolutionary way to sexual connection. THE LOST KEY reveals forgotten wisdom that could inspire society to rediscover intimacy, one bedroom at a time.

The Steel Key 1953

An adventurer investigates the theft of a formula for hardened steel, assisted by his girlfriend.

Cage Without a Key 1975

A high school girl who needs a ride accepts one from a boy she doesn't know. He then forces her to participate in a robbery, in which a clerk is killed. They are soon caught, and the girl, despite her protestations of innocence, is convicted of first-degree murder and sent to prison. Once she gets there, she finds out that her troubles are just beginning.

The Missing Key 2011

In a gloriously imagined 1920s world inhabited by people who have gramophones for heads, young composer Hero Wasabi has left Japan to study musical composition in Venice, accompanied by his oboe-playing cat Jacuzzi. Hero is a student of the terrifying Madame Zero at the Scuola di Musica, where his fellow students include the aristocratic Count Telefino, an unscrupulous telephone-head who is planning a campaign of dirty tricks to help him win the school's graduation prize, the Abacus Scroll.

Key West Picture Show 1977

The Key West Picture Show is a fast-paced satire of the 1950's travelogues, exploring the unconventional island with honesty and humor. Winner of three Gold Medals at the Miami International Film Festival. The Filmax Award from the L.A. International Film Expo. The Cine Golden Eagle award for film excellence.

Key, washer, coin

The formal and semantic languages of advertisements are dissected in this investigative essay that breaks the marketing model down to its component parts, highlighting the complex capitalist infrastructure that fuels our economic reality.

The French Key 1946

Private detective Johnny Fletcher and his sidekick Sam Cragg skip out on their rented room, but when they sneak back to retrieve their luggage, they discover a dead body on the bed, holding a gold coin in its hand. Fletcher is told by a coin collector that the piece is an old and valuable Spanish coin, but Fletcher soon begins to suspect that the man is himself involved in the murder. Fletcher's investigation leads to he and Sam getting caught up in a murder and gold smuggling scheme.