And Then There Were None (1974)
Guests are invited to a remote hotel... and murdered one by one.
Hell Drivers (1957)
An ex-con trucker tries to expose his boss's rackets.
The Ladykillers (1955)
Criminals find their heist plot foiled by a little old lady.
Land Of Promise (1946)
An impassioned post-war call for nationally co-ordinated action to solve the housing crisis that had blighted lives for decades.
The Man Who Watched Trains Go By (1952)
Hitchcock-style suspense drama about a provincial man caught up in a dangerous intrigue.
Night And The City (1950)
A small time American hustler in post war London takes on the hoodlum who runs the wrestling rackets.
The Peter Sellers Story As He Filmed It (2004)
Rare glimpses into Sellers' private life, as seen through his own home videos.
Vampir-Cuadecuc (1971)
Avant-garde documentary that uses behind-the-scenes material from Jess Franco's Count Dracula film to reconfigure the Dracula story into an otherworldly tale.
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