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Continuum

Continuum

A Physics dilemma makes time travel, wormholes and family a potent mix.... Read more...


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Wooden-Crosses

Wooden Crosses

Adapted from a novel by Roland Dorgeles, and hauntingly depicting the horrors that occurred on the European front during the First World War, Wooden Crosses Read more...

Sherlock-Holmes---The-Classic-BBC-TV-Series

Sherlock Holmes - The Classic BBC-TV Series

At long last, the BFI finally released the BBC-TV series of Sherlock Holmes from the mid-Sixties. Read more...

Tower-Of-Terror

Tower Of Terror

Tower of terror – turn it up, will ya'! In actuality the terror of the title only kicks in towards the end of the movie, with a no-hold punch up between the two male protagonists. Read more...


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Man-Of-The-West

Man Of The West

When one thinks of director Anthony Mann one invariably thinks of westerns and James Stewart. Read more...

The-Nightcomers

The Nightcomers

What on earth is going on here' Oh yes, another winner from the director of the Death Wish franchise. Read more...

The-Tales-Of-Hoffmann

The Tales Of Hoffmann

At long last, the definite version of Powell & Pressburger’s immortal classic The Tales Of Hoffmann is released gloriously restored and with previously missing scenes put back into the film. Read more...

Network

Network

A sizzling satire on the whole media freak show..... Darkly comic and more relevant than ever! Read more...

La-Maison-De-La-Radio

La Maison De La Radio

A day in the life of French Radio, Radio France! Read more...

That-Day-We-Sang

That Day We Sang

A wonderful and light musical memory that is skilfully made and overly saccharine. Read more...

The-One-That-Got-Away

The One That Got Away

This adventure, based on the remarkable true story of German WW2 fighter pilot Franz von Werra, was directed by Golden Globe winner Roy Ward Baker Read more...

Waterfront

Waterfront

I have to admit I was rather looking forward to this one. A near forgotten gem perhaps' A not altogether un-interesting cast perhaps' Long John Silver aka Robert Newton Read more...

Like-Water-For-Chocolate

Like Water For Chocolate

A truly enchanting movie that scooped 11 Awards upon its initial release in 1992, Alfonso Arau’s mesmerising adaption of Laura Esquivel’s debut novel Coma agua para chocolate Read more...

Circle-Of-Danger

Circle Of Danger

Welsh actor Ray Milland made very few bummers and this pacey little suspense yarn is no exception. Read more...

Halo-Nightfall

Halo Nightfall

From the Halo series comes this online film for your enjoyment Read more...

Hostages

Hostages

A gripping thriller which leaves you a little worse for wear Read more...

The-ABCs-Of-Death-2

The ABCs Of Death 2

A compendium of horror shorts...expect blood, guts, gore and even a little....love.... Read more...

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Manuela

Manuela

Trevor Howard and Elsa Martinelli quite literally set a tramp steamer ablaze with their unlikely passion. This BAFTA-nominated melodrama from Bond director Read more...

The-Manchurian-Candidate

The Manchurian Candidate

This intelligent, deeply engrossing and utterly nightmarish Cold War suspense thriller rightly gained numerous awards upon its initial 1962 release. Read more...

Assassin-For-Hire

Assassin For Hire

This taut British B-movie thriller from 1951 stars Sydney Tafler as Antonio Riccarci, a rare stamp dealer who is secretly a contract killer for hire. Read more...

TOMMY

TOMMY

As bleak as a Scandinavian winter and as hot as a log fire in a Swedish cottage – emotional fire melts calculated ice in this Nordic Noir in which everything revolves around TOMMY. Read more...

Nightcrawler

Nightcrawler

A dark voyage into the seedy world of live news free lance video journalists.... Read more...

Enemy

Enemy

A alter ego thriller with enough bite to leave you shocked and confused.... Read more...

School-Of-Babel

School Of Babel

The intimate world of children adjusting to life in a foreign land Read more...

Spring-In-A-Small-Town

Spring In A Small Town

Melancholy, poetic, moody, passionate and beguiling – this 1948 Chinese film is a delight from start to finish. Read more...

Back-To-1942

Back To 1942

This truly harrowing epic depicts one of the most brutal and catastrophic periods during the Second Sino-Japanese war in 1942 – the great famine in China’s Henan Province. Read more...

Wild-River

Wild River

Wild River is a socio-political drama as much as it an emotional drama, as wild and unruly as the river of its title. Read more...

Warn-That-Man

Warn That Man

This hilarious espionage comedy-thriller is adapted from a stage play by Vernon Sylvaine and involves a plan to kidnap non other than Prime Minister Winston Churchill – with the aid of some crafty German operatives. Read more...

Zombie-Resurrection

Zombie Resurrection

Well blow me down it looks like we might have found the zombie Jesus! Futurama was right after all! Read more...

West-11

West 11

This outstanding and gritty thriller depicts the seedier side of life in London’s Notting Hill of the early Sixties. Read more...



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