The Caretaker (1963)
Tale of two brothers, three pipe dreams and an unwelcome guest.
Circus Of Horrors (1960)
A deranged plastic surgeon transforms disfigured prostitutes in a circus - but leaving the ring could prove deadly.
Death Line (1972)
Cult horror re-emerges after 30 years down the tube.
Dennis Potter At London Weekend Television (1980)
Three television plays, involving infidelity, spies and memories of passion.
The Eagle Has Landed (1976)
Michael Caine leads German commando raid to kidnap Churchill from a sleepy English village.
Fantastic Voyage (1966)
An intrepid team of surgeons is miniaturised and travels through the body of a patient in desperate need.
Kidnapped (1971)
Fatalistic yet charming adventure yarn.
The Mutations (1974)
A mad scientist tries to create a hybrid of animals and plants using unfortunate university students.
Phenomena (1985)
A girl who has a strange relationship with insects attends boarding school in a small town where a killer is at large.
Prince Of Darkness (1987)
I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by Satan.
Soldier Blue (1970)
Survivors of a Cheyenne massacre talk and walk and find their emotions in a tangle.
THX 1138 (1971)
In a dystopian future, a couple rebel against society's no-emotion rules.
You Only Live Twice (1967)
James Bond heads off to Japan in Roald Dahl's wacky adaptation.
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