31 (2016)
A group of carnival performers are kidnapped and forced to fight for their lives in a deadly maze.
American Satan (2017)
Members of a young rock band are persuaded to make a sinister deal by an enigmatic stranger.
Antiviral (2012)
In a future where people pay to be infected with the same diseases as their idols, a dealer races to find a cure after a starlet whose illness he has stolen dies.
The Artist (2011)
A silent film star fears the advent of the 'talkies' will end his career.
Bereave (2015)
A 40th wedding anniversary is a special day... but there's a gun in the bedroom.
Bolt (2008)
A TV superdog genuinely believes he has superpowers... until he finds himself caught up in an all-too-real life adventure.
Caligula (1979)
Graphic retelling of the story of the Roman emperor.
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Long-banned film about a future distopia.
The Company (2003)
Robert Altman follows a Chicago ballet company as it prepares for a major show.
Doomsday (2008)
Many years after a plague has devastated Scotland, it reappears in London, and a special team is sent north in search of a rumoured cure.
Gangster No 1 (2000)
As his former mentor is due for release from jail a gangster considers his life.
If.... (1968)
Anarchy in the sixth form.
In Good Company (2004)
Ageist comedy of office politics and father/daughter issues.
Monk: Season 4 (2005)
Detective Monk sets out for a fourth outing, which begins with a crisis in faith and ends in redemption (sort of). Out to own on DVD now.
Mr Magoo (1997)
The myopic millionnaire gets a big-screen outing.
Never Apologize (2007)
Malcolm McDowell's one-man memoriam for his mentor, Lindsay Anderson.
Rag Tale (2005)
Poisonous cynicism and manipulative scheming at the heart of a national tabloid.
Robot Chicken: Star Wars (2007)
Animated sketch show takes you to The Silly Side of George Lucas's sci-fi empire.
Silent Hill: Revelation (2012)
When her father disappears, a young woman is drawn into a nightmare world - literally.
Suck (2009)
Rock’n’roll vampire spoof about a down and out band, The Winners, who will do anything for a record deal.
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