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Dream-Home

Dream Home

Well how far would you go to get the home of your dreams, send gifts? Offer more money? Work even harder? even maybe a murder? Read more...


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Walking-on-Sunshine

Walking on Sunshine

The Fun, Sun Sing Along that is a little sour for so many sweet notes! Read more...

Thunderstorm

Thunderstorm

A Summer tale of a modern girl and an idyllic fishing port....Both will never be the same again! Read more...

Island-Of-Death

Island Of Death

A slice of holiday fun where everyone is just plain perverts and have to be killed! Read more...


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Falcon-Rising

Falcon Rising

An action thrill ride about an Iraq war vet stopping a group that want to people traffic young girls as prostitutes Read more...

Darkest-Day

Darkest Day

Zombie Thriller that has been done before but is this something new, something better? Read more...

Cant-Come-Out-to-Play

Cant Come Out to Play

A young boy lives isolated in a house surrounded by decayed crops and Two very disturbed parents Read more...

Paper-Moon

Paper Moon

This heart-warming comedy, set during the Great Depression, unites the talent of real-life father and daughter team Ryan and Tatum O’Neal Read more...

Charlie-Chaplin---The-Mutual-Comedies

Charlie Chaplin - The Mutual Comedies

A true rarity this, and an absolute treasure to behold! The great little man entered the film industry in 1914, and just two years later Charlie Chaplin was the highest paid actor in the world Read more...

Fog-And-Crimes---Season-2

Fog And Crimes - Season 2

With a distinct sombre atmosphere throughout, this exquisite crime drama is set in the North Italian city of Ferrara and follows seasoned homicide investigator Read more...

Model-For-Murder

Model For Murder

This well-paced British crime thriller from 1959 has cult actors Hazel Court and Michael Gough in the lead roles, with a strong supporting cast from the likes of Patricia Jessel. Read more...

The-Train

The Train

Another brilliant collaboration between director John Frankenheimer and his star Burt Lancaster, THE TRAIN (1964) is based on historic events and French Read more...

The-Long-Good-Friday

The Long Good Friday

The gang land epic is more fresh and better looking than ever before... Read more...

Shaun-the-Sheep-:-The-Movie

Shaun the Sheep : The Movie

Shaun and friends set out for an adventure of a life time.... Read more...

Lego-DC-Comics-Super-Heroes:-Justice-League-vs.-Bizarro-League

Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League

Justice League, Lego and Bizarro League... Whats not to like! Read more...

World-War-Dead-:-Rise-of-the-Fallen

World War Dead : Rise of the Fallen

Found Footage,Zombies, Soldiers and the Battle of the Somme....Whats not to like... Read more...

Unbroken

Unbroken

Athlete, Bomb target finder, Prisoner of war. The story of an average man in extra ordinary times... Read more...

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The-Theory-of-Everything

The Theory of Everything

Explore the life and love of the man that solved the mystery of time.... Read more...

French-Dressing

French Dressing

This riotous 1964 comedy and first feature from cult director Ken Russell not only has laughs aplenty but also throws in some fine surreal moments amidst the slapstick. Read more...

Justice---The-Complete-Third-Series

Justice - The Complete Third Series

This engaging series from the early Seventies stars former Gainsborough darling Margaret Lockwood as tough-as-nails barrister Harriet Peterson Read more...

Fellini-SATYRICON

Fellini SATYRICON

A highly liberal adaptation of Gaius Petronius’ Latin work of fiction, first published around the 1st Century AD, Federico Fellini’s film cleverly juxtaposes ancient Roman Read more...

Kurt-Cobain:-Montage-Of-Heck

Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck

Nirvana were the band of the 1990s and we follow its lead Kurt Cobain as he set out to move music forward.... Read more...

The-Scopia-Effect

The Scopia Effect

Life isn't only affected by the things you do but also the things you did.... Read more...

The-Ghoul

The Ghoul

This very atmospheric chiller from 1933 was loosely inspired by a 1928 novel and features horror icon Boris Karloff prominently on the sleeve artwork though not exactly in the film Read more...

Percys-Progress

Percy's Progress

To call Percy’s Progress a cult sex comedy is an insult to anyone with as much as a fraction of intelligence. Read more...

The-Offence

The Offence

This harrowing and psychologically disturbing drama feels like a never-ending nightmare out of a Kafka novel. That said, despite the fact that it does not let up it takes a considerable time, nigh on 45 minutes. Read more...

Sex-After-Kids

Sex After Kids

Kids are a blessing but it appears for many peoples sex lives a massive curse.... Read more...

Hackneys-Finest

Hackneys Finest

A East London Gangster comedy, action send up that is a little away from a Lock, Stock knock off... Read more...

Campbells-Kingdom

Campbell's Kingdom

This competent little piece is based upon a novel by Hammond Innes and stars Dirk Bogarde as Bruce Campbell, the terminally ill inheritor of a small piece of land in the Canadian Rockies. Read more...

Day-Of-Anger

Day Of Anger

Spaghetti western superstar Lee Van Cleef once again plays it dirty and ugly when taking young Giuliano Gemma under his questionable wing in this classic of the genre that is inspired by the Greek tragedy of Oedipus. Read more...



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