Alien (1979)
Ridley Scott's fabulously frightening grimy spaceship classic.
Alien Quadrilogy (1979)
Nine-disc DVD offers two versions of each of the four Alien sc-fi fright flicks, with bonus extras.
Another Woman (1988)
A writer re-evaluates her life after overhearing conversations in the psychiatrist's consulting room next door.
Bless The Child (2000)
Good and evil battle for the soul of a six-year-old.
Brazil (1985)
A typo leads to an innocent man being confused with a revolutionary, plunging the life of a small time bureaucrat into chaos.
Chromophobia (2005)
A middle-class London family struggle with dysfunction.
The Day After Tomorrow (2004)
Dennis Quaid is a climatologist, trying to save his son, as the country is taken over by a freak ice age.
Elysium (2013)
In a futuristic world, a man who is confined to the slums of earth, finds the space station retreat of the rich offers his only hope of survival.
The Emperor's New Clothes (2002)
Napoleon Bonaparte escapes his island exile to discover a simpler life in Paris.
eXistenZ (1999)
Virtual reality gets messy!
The Fifth Element (1997)
A futuristic cabbie battles to save the world.
From Hell (2001)
Johnny Depp and Robbie Coltrane investigate Jack The Ripper murders in Victorian London.
Greystoke (1984)
The story of Tarzan, who grows up in the jungle and is later reintroduced to upper class English society.
Hamlet (1990)
Mel Gibson brings a lighter touch to the anguished prince of Denmark
Kafka (1991)
An insurance clerk becomes determined to discover the truth behind a terror cell.
A Life Less Ordinary (1997)
A sacked caretaker takes his bosses daughter hostage... but two fallen angels are determined to make the pair fall in love.
Loch Ness (1996)
The star of the film is the loch in this family film about a monster from the deep.
The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring (2001)
Frodo Baggins and his friends must destroy a powerful, malevolent ring before it falls into the wrong hands.
The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King (2003)
Final part of Peter Jackson's Middle Earth trilogy.
Lord Of War (2005)
The cynical dark world of an unscrupulous arms dealer.
The Match (1999)
Two village footy teams take part in a grudge match, with the boozers on the line.
The Miracle Maker (2000)
Puppet retelling of the life of Christ.
Naked Lunch (1991)
An addict writer descends into a hallucinatory existence after accidentally killing his wife.
Ratatouille (2007)
The best cooked meals of mice and men.
Renaissance (2006)
Ground-breaking animated film noir in which a hard-boiled detective hunts a kidnapped dame.
Simon Magus (1999)
A new railroad spells trouble for a small town.
The Treatment (2006)
Jake Singer needed a shrink, but now could he be driving him crazy?
Wetherby (1985)
The suicide of a young man, causes repressed passions to bubble up for a schoolteacher and her friends.
White Noise: The Light (2007)
A man sees soon-to-be-dead people.
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