BirdmanOctober 17, 2014
A fading actor best known for his portrayal of a popular superhero attempts to mount a comeback by appearing in a Broadway play. As opening night approaches, his attempts to become more altruistic, rebuild his career, and reconnect with friends and family prove more difficult than expected.
Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes ManhattanJuly 28, 1989
After a shocking return from beyond the grave, the diabolical Jason Voorhees ships out aboard a boat filled with graduating high school seniors on a trip bound for New York City, which soon transforms into the ultimate voyage of the damned.
CloserDecember 2, 2004
A witty, romantic, and very dangerous love story about chance meetings, instant attractions, and casual betrayals. Two couples disintegrate when they begin destructive adulterous affairs with each other.
Fear CityFebruary 16, 1985
Strippers in Manhattan are being stalked and murdered by a psycho. A hard-nosed police detective and a conflicted ex-boxer-turned-private-eye, hired by the strip club owners, set out to find him before he strikes again.
Murder in Times SquareApril 1, 1943
An actor (Edmund Lowe) becomes a suspect in the murders of four New Yorkers injected with rattlesnake venom.
ScreamtimeJanuary 1, 1983
Compilation of three short horror films: "That's The Way To Do It", "Dreamhouse" and "Do You Believe In Fairies?" plus some new linking material.
The Children of Times SquareMarch 3, 1986
An alienated teenage boy runs away from home and ventures to New York City where he falls in with a gang of juvenile delinquents working as drug dealers and pickpockets for a shady crime boss.(IMDB)
Riot on 42nd St.January 1, 1987
Tough ex-con Glenn Barnes gets paroled from prison after serving a sentence for manslaughter. Glenn plans to reopen his old nightclub the Garage on 42nd Street. Vicious rival nightclub owner Farrell threatens to take drastic measures if Glenn goes through with his plan. After all the employees get massacred by Farrell's flunkies on opening night, Glenn reverts back to his brutish criminal ways to exact a harsh revenge on Farrell and his men.
Presenting Lily MarsApril 29, 1943
Starstruck Indiana small-town girl Lily is pestering theatrical producer John Thornway for a role but he is reluctant.
Rod Stewart - Live from Nokia Times SquareOctober 9, 2006
Rod Stewart performs tracks from his "Still the Same... Great Rock Classics of Our Time" album Live at the NYC Nokia Theater on 9 October 2006.
You're a SweetheartDecember 26, 1937
In this musical, the only one singer/dancer Alice Faye, made for Universal, a Broadway producer is in a quandary when he discovers that the opening of his newest big production coincides with that of a major charity event. He despairs that the show will close after opening night until an ingenious writer suggests that he simply give the production snob-appeal by making the tickets nearly impossible to get by fabricating a story that they were all purchased by a flamboyant Texas oil baron who is totally besotted by the show's star, Faye. Unfortunately things go haywire when a young fellow suggests that the writer (who impersonates the oilman) sign to a lucrative advertising contract. Songs include: "You're a Sweetheart," "My Fine Feathered Friend," "Who Killed Maggie?" "Scraping the Toast" and "So It's Love."
Dream CityJanuary 1, 1986
This film is a portrait of New York in the 1980s by famed photographer Steven Siegel, including footage of the subways, the parks, Times Square and other neighborhoods. The film is narrated by teenagers of that era.
Shame, Shame, Everybody Knows Her NameOctober 7, 1969
A pretty young girl arrives in New York City to make it in "the Big Apple", but winds up getting involved with lesbians, an escort service and the underground bondage scene.