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The-Last-Seduction

The Last Seduction

A sexy, seductive slice of neo noir cinema. Originally made for TV but so good that it got sent to the big screen! Read more...


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The-Thief-of-Bagdad

The Thief of Bagdad

This multiple Oscar-winning fantasy extravaganza delivers magical touches in spades! A stellar cast including John Justin, Conrad Veidt and Sabu Read more...

Jimi-:-All-Is-By-My-Side

Jimi : All Is By My Side

The Bio pic of the early days of Jimi Hendrix....From side kick to lead act without a note of his own music... Read more...

Baby-Love

Baby Love

1967 may have been the Summer Of Love, but 1968 gave us Baby Love – a controversial domestic drama that lead British newcomer Linda Hayden to the role of evil ‘Angel Blake’ Read more...


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Two-For-The-Road

Two For The Road

This light-hearted fluff of a movie simply fails to hit the right notes due to writer Frederic Raphael’s admittedly self-indulgent script and is hindered even more by Read more...

The-Man-Who-Knew-Too-Much

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Classic Hitchcock from the early Thirties and the one that put the director on the international map! The plotline here was to become a familiar motive is later Hitchcock movies Read more...

Metropolis

Metropolis

That word definite is bandied about quite a lot these days, yet it is not always so. But in this case it certainly is the correct word to use! Read more...

Ninjas-Vs-Monsters

Ninjas Vs Monsters

Its time for the Ninjas to take on the ultimate in Horror icons.... The Famous monsters brigade.... Read more...

The-Lady-Vanishes

The Lady Vanishes

This 1938 comedy thriller was Alfie’s penultimate British film before his departure to Hollywood and mega-bucks. Based on the novel ‘The Wheel Spins’ by Ethel Lina White Read more...

Young-And-Innocent

Young And Innocent

We are right off to a rollicking start with this Hitchcock thriller from 1937. We get a murder in the first reel when a jealous ex-husband dispatches of his talented former partner near her retreat Read more...

Intimate-Relations

Intimate Relations

Philandering fun and games with a husband at it, his wife also working on it and everyone else is out to make as much out of it as possible... Read more...

Left-Behind

Left Behind

Its the end of the world as we know it and I don't feel fine about it...I feel insulted, abused and a little confused.... Read more...

You-Cant-Escape

You Can't Escape

You can’t escape rare B-features from The British Film Collection, and this one is no exception. Robert Urquhart (The Curse Of Frankenstein) plays not altogether successful novelist Read more...

The-Girl-Who-Knew-Too-Much

The Girl Who Knew Too Much

Yet another rarity from Arrow here – the first Giallo if you so will, written and directed by Italian’s master of the macabre – Mario Bava. Oh, he was also responsible for Read more...

Intolerance

Intolerance

There can be little doubt about the fact that D.W. Griffith 1916 film can be called an epic. An epic, in this case of absolutely VAST proportions! This silent film is divided in four different scenarios Read more...

Dangerous-Voyage

Dangerous Voyage

This 1954 movie from The British Film Collection does unfortunately not live up to its promising title. Read more...

Out-Of-The-Unknown

Out Of The Unknown

This Sci-fi TV series ran for almost six years from 1965-71, and was originally shown on the third channel BBC2. Read more...

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Exorcism

Exorcism

A group of film makers set out to make a film about an Exorcism at a place that was once possessed. Sometimes you shouldn't tempt fate... Read more...

Wakolda

Wakolda

A young girl befriends a German doctor in this thrilling tale of secrets exposed and horrors revealed... Read more...

Still-The-Enemy-Within

Still The Enemy Within

For anyone who remember this in the news, the miners were made into monsters. This is their true story of how a government came to suppress its people. Read more...

Step-Up-5-:-All-in

Step Up 5 : All in

The dance series that has spawned 5 sequels. If you love dance that this is that film! Read more...

Gods-Pocket

Gods Pocket

Set in the 1970s and revolving around a world of violence, sex and crime. This is a character study of urban life in America but with as much emphasis on the place as the people. Read more...

The-Flying-Scot

The Flying Scot

Also known under the title 'The Mailbag Robbery', this is fact made fiction tale of crime on the move! Read more...

Les-Miserables

Les Miserables

This is a real treat indeed! A four-and-a-half hour film version of the great French novelist Victor Hugo’s immortal classic Les Misérables (The Wretched) Read more...

Diary-Of-A-Lost-Girl

Diary Of A Lost Girl

Silent screen icon Louise Brooks (Pandora’s Box) stars as the destitute Thymian Henning, who ends up going through her own personal hell before striking it rich. Read more...

Blood-Shot

Blood Shot

Cutting a path to your door Danny Dyer is back and bloody.... The life of a visual effects designer is thrown up in the air when he meets a Read more...

The-Day-The-Earth-Caught-Fire

The Day The Earth Caught Fire

One of the best of classic British Sci-Fi thrillers, The Day The Earth Caught Fire is remarkable for its time, as the topic of global warming caused by nuclear bombs is one Read more...

The-Thief-of-Bagdad

The Thief of Bagdad

Lavish production. Check! Dashing anti-hero. Check! Innovative sets. Check! Dazzling costumes. Check! A magical and swashbuckling adventure freely adapted from One Thousand and One Nights. Read more...

Invasion

Invasion

Predating the 1970 Dr. Who adventure ‘Spearhead From Space’, this low-budget UK Sci-Fi thriller from 1965 is tense, claustrophobic, and even sports aliens stomping about Read more...

Timeslip

Timeslip

When a near-lifeless body is recovered from the Thames, the badly wounded man is identified as Stephen Rayner, a prominent nuclear physicist. But when science reporter Read more...



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