Black Death (2010)
During the plague years a young monk is sent to investigate reports of the dead being restored to life.
The Company of Wolves (1984)
The underlying sexual connotations of dreams and fairy tales are explored by the director of The Crying Game.
Cross Of Iron (1977)
As the Wehrmacht retreat on the Eastern Front, two German soldiers are locked in a futile personal conflict.
Kiss Of Life (2003)
An aid worker makes arduous trip out of Bosnia to be with long-suffering wife.
Ladies In Lavender (2004)
Two elderly sisters befriend a shipwrecked foreigner.
The League Of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (2005)
Convoluted comedy from TV-based series that questions the meaning of reality.
Masada (1981)
Mini series about the mountaintop fortress Masada, where a group of determined Jews held out against the might of the Roman Empire.
Murder, She Wrote: Season 6 (1989)
More crimes to be solved by author-turned-sleuth JB Fletcher, more roles for fading Hollywood stars.
The Omen (1976)
A diplomat and his wife begin to suspect that there is something inherently evil about the child they are raising.
Planet Of The Apes (2001)
Tim Burton's monkeys are revolting.
Straw Dogs (1971)
Dustin Hoffman and Susan George suffer sexual and physical abuse from Cornish yokels.
A Thousand Kisses Deep (2010)
Caught in a timeless world of passions and betrayals, Mia searches for the truth behind a mysterious woman's death.
Titanic (1997)
An epic disaster movie, with added passion and icebergs. Re-released in 3D.
Tom Jones (1963)
Adaptation of the 18th century classic about the adventures of a foundling.
You, Me And Him (2017)
A lawyer is anxious to have a baby but her artist girlfriend keeps putting it off. Then her neighbour gets involved.
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