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School-Of-Babel

School Of Babel

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


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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...


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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...

The-Other

The Other

This unusual and chilling psychological horror set in depression-era Connecticut starts out on a slow pace and gets creepier as the story unfolds. Read more...

Rabid

Rabid

A cult horror by cult director David Cronenberg starring the late porn star Marilyn Chambers in an impressive and convincing crossover role Read more...

The-Avengers---The-Complete-Series-4

The Avengers - The Complete Series 4

Described as ‘sexier than Dr. Who’ and wittier than ‘The Prisoner’, cult series The Avengers no doubt ranks amongst the best-loved and inventive British series ever produced. Read more...

Kung-Fu-Killer

Kung Fu Killer

Fast and furious kicks and punches accompany a murderous madman as he kills his way through the best warriors. Only one corrupt cop can stop him in his tracks. Read more...

Gutshot

Gutshot

A Noir inspired gangster film with hustlers, murder and sex. Read more...

Summer-of-Blood

Summer of Blood

Eric is the sort of guy that is annoying and obnoxious. He is also a raging Vampire and all the girls love a vamp! Read more...

We-Joined-the-Navy

We Joined the Navy

A comic caper about the Navy, that is more Carry On then cast off... Read more...

The-Comedy-Of-Terrors

The Comedy Of Terrors

With the tagline YOUR FAVORITE CREEPS TOGETHER AGAIN and a killer quartet consisting of genre icons Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Basil Rathbone Read more...

Silent-Dust

Silent Dust

This taut post-war drama is highly engaging thanks to commanding performances by the leads, and an unexpected twist that throws the plot in a different direction entirely. Read more...

The-Killing

The Killing

Utterly brilliant, this heist-gone-wrong thriller will have you at edge of your seat with its unforgettable characters, lead by veteran actor Sterling Hayden Read more...

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The-Tamarind-Seed

The Tamarind Seed

Julie Andrews and Omar Sharif are the leads in this romantic drama which involves Cold War espionage and the stunning scenery of the Caribbean Islands. Read more...

The-Legend-Of-The-Lone-Ranger

The Legend Of The Lone Ranger

Chances are that you have heard as much about this version of The Lone Ranger as you have heard of Klinton Spilsbury, the actor who portrays him. Read more...

The-Great-Museum

The Great Museum

Rarely do you get such an honor as to see a masterpiece about masterpieces. Read more...

Raise-The-Titanic

Raise The Titanic

Years before Leo and Kate, they raised the ship that made them stars... An American spy finds a mine in deepest Siberia. Read more...

Badge-Of-Honour

Badge Of Honour

When two police shot dead a teenage Latino kid, many lies are told to cover up the real truth.... Read more...

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...

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...

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...



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