20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (1954)
A professor and two sailors find themselves prisoners aboard rogue submarine the Nautilus.
Bigger Than Life (1956)
Addiction to a wonder drug has mind-altering side-effects.
Caught (1949)
Tense psychological drama about a young woman whose dream of marrying into riches descends into a nightmare.
Cross Of Iron (1977)
As the Wehrmacht retreat on the Eastern Front, two German soldiers are locked in a futile personal conflict.
Journey To The Centre Of The Earth (1959)
Rival expeditions set out to try and reach the centre of the Earth via an extinct Icelandic volcano.
The Man Between (1953)
Intrigue and kidnaps amongst the ruins of Berlin immediately after the war
The Man In Grey (1943)
The first film of the Gainsborough costume melodramas is a stereotypical rendition of love, lies and murder.
Murder By Decree (1979)
Sherlock Holmes sets out to capture Jack The Ripper.
North By Northwest (1959)
A case of mistaken identity and false accusation sees an innocent man go on the run from the CIA and a criminal gang.
Odd Man Out (1947)
An injured IRA man goes on the run in the forbidding back streets of Belfast.
Pandora And The Flying Dutchman (1950)
A man cursed to roam the seas forever can escape only through the love of a woman willing to die for him, but in his brief period of shore leave the woman he falls for is a socialite with a string of admirers and apparently no feelings...
The Tell-Tale Heart (1954)
Animated version of the Poe classic about a troubled murderer.
Thunder Rock (1942)
Michael Redgrave is a disillusioned journalist, holed up on a haunted lighthouse, in 1939.
Voyage Of The Damned (1976)
The compelling real-life story of 937 Jewish refugees' desperate flight from Nazi Germany.
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