Alex Wheatle (2020)
The true story of the award-winning writer, from childhood in a mostly white institutional care home to his early adult years.
Andy Warhol's Heat (1972)
A former child star tries to get by in Hollywood by taking an older lover.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theatres (2007)
Feature-length quest for the trippy fast-food superheroes.
Cheat (2023)
On the surface it's believed to be another urban legend - a supernatural being from the afterlife is violently killing anyone who cheats on their significant other in the small college town of Silvercreek, Pennsylvania. But the town's unusually high suicide rate is finally convincing both locals and college students that a deadly curse is closing in.
Cheat (2015)
Musings on change, time and familial rejection.
Cheats (2002)
A group of friends come up with new ways of beating the system and cheating their way through the high-school year.
The Heat (2013)
Mismatched buddy cop comedy with a female twist.
Hagazussa - A Heathen's Curse (2017)
The line between fantasy and reality begins to blur for a woman in 15th Century Austria.
Heat (1995)
A cop and a career thief end up on a collision course.
Heathers (1988)
Being in with the in crowd may prove deadly for high school student Veronica.
Heatwave (2019)
In the midst of a searing heatwave, two little children find a way to cool everyone down.
Heat And Dust (1983)
A woman heads to India, intrigued by the scandal caused by her grandaunt.
In The Heat Of The Night (1967)
A black homicide detective is persuaded to help with a murder investigation in a racist Mississippi town where he faces a real danger of lynching.
The Man Who Could Cheat Death (1959)
A man clings to life and youth well beyond their natural span by having the parathyroid glands of unfortunate young women transplanted into his body.
Paul Morrissey box set: Flesh/Trash/Heat (2005)
Trilogy of films about a sometime hustler.
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