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A British couple's Spanish holiday turns to horror after a disturbing discovery on a hunting trip.
The chase goes on for the rogue CIA assassin in his search for recognition and revenge.
A troubled, uncompromising detective tracks a serial killer targeting police officers.
Memories of a bad night at the back of the club.
Biopic of all American working-class (boxing) hero.
A disgraced member of the military police investigates child murders from the Stalin era.
An ex-army man strolls into town, seeking revenge on his disabled brother's assailants.
After Stalin dies farce and political intrigue (equally hilarious) ensues. Somehow the USSR survives. The rule of fear is superseded by a gang of fools
Improvised mockumentary about rock and roll - shot in five days.
A woman tries to make it as a stand-up in the Northern clubs at a time when sexism and alcohol and bad jokes prevailed.
A scientist and a child make a bid for survival in a world of zombies.
A bored schoolgirl reinvents herself as a professional music critic.
Tongue-in-cheek British twist on the buddy cop genre.
A family of Irish immigrants tries to find their feet in New York.
A Russian and her son strive to cope with claiming political asylum in the UK.
Prophecy, treachery, murder and their consequences unwind in the Scottish Play.
Best friends grow up, marry and laugh a lot until one of them is diagnosed with the Big C.
Sad, lonely girl finds happy, lovely girl and has a cuddly, kissy time.
A teenage leukaemia sufferer embarks on romance and a bucket list.
A group of LGBT rights activists is determined to help the residents of a Welsh village who are struggling because of the 1984 miners' strikes.
Young lads develop a friendship across racial boundaries.
The last days of the fifth Rolling Stone, Brian Jones.
Five friends who reunite in an attempt to top their epic pub crawl from 20 years earlier unwittingly become humankind's only hope for survival.
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