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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...


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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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Dawn-Of-The-Planet-Of-The-Apes

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is the sequel to the 2011 hit Rise of the Planet of the Apes and once again utilises the performance capture skills of Andy Serkis Read more...

Unearthly-Stranger

Unearthly Stranger

As far as low budget British Sci-Fi films go, Unearthly Strangers is surprisingly well done thanks to a taut and chilling script, and a darn fine performance Read more...

Spione---Spies

Spione - Spies

This complex, labyrinthine espionage thriller from 1928 was the last silent movie by influential German director Fritz Lang, once again starring Rudolf Klein-Rogge Read more...

Allies

Allies

Prepare yourselves for a snapshot of the war which changed the world. Filled with a serious amount of flash's, bangs and booms! Come on lets get bloody! Read more...

The-Clowns---I-Clowns

The Clowns - I Clowns

This insightful and loving homage to the world of clowns and the circuses of yesteryear was obviously a project close to Fellini’s heart. Indeed, the director admits to having been fascinated Read more...

The-Code---The-Complete-Series

The Code - The Complete Series

This gripping Australian TV drama series has all the right ingredients to make it a memorable and thought-provoking viewing experience: an intelligent and complex plot, an engaging cast, brilliant cinematography Read more...

Your-Witness

Your Witness

A real rarity this, from Network! It was not often that the American giants poured some money into a film made in England in the early Fifties. In this drama film, directed by and starring Read more...

The-Incredible-Melting-Man

The Incredible Melting Man

Quite why anyone should see fit to re-release, let alone restore, a movie like The Incredible Melting Man quite frankly beggars belief! Read more...

Rabid-Dogs

Rabid Dogs

Arrow once again bring us a slice of Cult cinema. This is the long awaited version of Mario Bava's Rabid Dogs. Read more...

The-Snow-Queen

The Snow Queen

Since Frozen was an undisputed super hit its release has lead to a wide range of knock off animated films about winter and winter themed tales being released. Read more...

Looking-For-Johnny

Looking For Johnny

‘Self-pity is the most destructive of all narcotics’ said the late London artist and self-styled dandy, Sebastian Horsley. In an uncanny way, his quote seems a befitting epitaph Read more...

Northern-Soul

Northern Soul

A time in history when all around was civil unrest, dreary council houses and the cool soul sound of northern soul. Magic.... Read more...

Zombeavers

Zombeavers

A parody of all those animal related horror romps...the most fun you can have with wet beavers on a DVD player. Read more...

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Blacula---The-Complete-Collection

Blacula - The Complete Collection

Just in time for Halloween, this twist on the ole Dracula lore combines funkadelic Blaxploitation grooves with a dash of old-school Transylvanian vampirism. It’s a jive-ass kicking, blood-sucking scream! Read more...

Twins-Of-Evil

Twins Of Evil

Twins Of Evil is not only the third instalment of Hammer’s ‘Karnstein Trilogy’, based on Sheridan Le Fanu’s classic tale Carmilla, but easily the best. Read more...

The-Search-For-Simon

The Search For Simon

Martin Gooch's silly sci-fi stinker ranks at sub-terranean levels. Leave your brain in the cinema cloakroom for this one. Read more...

The-Adventurer:-The-Curse-of-the-Midas-Box

The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box

Like a poor mans Sunday afternoon version of Indiana Jones. it would have been better to have had a shorter title like Adventurer : Blandy and Poshie do it again! Read more...

Open-Grave

Open Grave

Twist and turning its way along the route of bluff and red herring. throw in some zombies, hanging corpses and scientific experiments. Good unwholesome fun then.... Read more...

Brute-Force

Brute Force

There have been a number of prison dramas made over the years, and this 1948 classic is debatably the best of the lot. Directed by Jules Dassin with his usual vigour Read more...

The-Medusa-Touch

The Medusa Touch

Based on Peter Van Greenaway’s bestseller, The Medusa Touch boasts a splendid cast – headed by a top-billed Richard Burton, although it is Italian actor Lino Ventura Read more...

Catacombs

Catacombs

An early suspense thriller, this debut from Gordon Hessler, who is perhaps best known to horror movie fans as the director of three Vincent Price films, Catacombs feels more Read more...

Madame-Dubarry

Madame Dubarry

Madame Dubarry (1919) is a very early movie by director Ernst Lubitsch, and a glorious piece it is, too! However, despite its lavish budget one cannot fail to notice that Read more...

The-Cabinet-Of-Dr.-Caligari

The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari

The cinema release of Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari has recently been reviewed on this site. Now the official Blu-ray/DVD version is now available, complete with a battery of Special Features! Read more...

TreeHouse

TreeHouse

Some people loved those houses, attached to the side of a tree... Others thought it was the gate way to some hellish journey. The makers of this film fall into the latter of these kids group. Read more...

Reaper

Reaper

A horror film that seems to have been created for the sole purpose of wanting a franchise but in truth it isn't so much does it deserve a sequel, more why did it get a first part in the beginning... Read more...

Saints-and-Sinners-:-The-Void

Saints and Sinners : The Void

The little wars which were intrinsic to the soldiers on the front lines of the second world war are explored with blood, bullets and bravery aplenty. Read more...



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