Batman (1989)
Batman defends Gotham City against The Joker as they both fall for the same woman.
Batman Returns (1992)
Batman takes on Catwoman and The Penguin in a battle for power in Gotham City.
Corpse Bride (2005)
Stop-motion love story sees a young man inadvertantly marry a dead woman.
The Champions: The Complete Series Special Edition (1968)
Sixties series mixing spy and sci-fi gets all-singing, all-dancing release.
Dracula (1958)
Adaptation of the classic vampire tale.
Richard III (1955)
Shakespeare's 15th century horror comic.
Savage Messiah (1972)
A spectacular, highly sexualised biopic of the artist Henry Gaudier.
Sleepy Hollow (1999)
A naive policeman of impeccable character attempts to uncover the mystery of supernatural murders in 1799.
Women In Love (1969)
Two sisters in a mining town in the 20s fall in love with two contrasting men.
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