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Alien Quadrilogy (1979)
Nine-disc DVD offers two versions of each of the four Alien sc-fi fright flicks, with bonus extras.
American Dreamz (2006)
Satire of American Idol, George Dubya and suicide bombers.
Book Group - Series 2 (2004)
Second chapter for Glasgow-based sitcom.
The Calcium Kid (2004)
Cockney milkman becomes a professional boxer entirely by mistake.
Closely Observed Trains (1966)
A young Czech railway worker thinks of nothing but sex during the Nazi occupation.
Close To You: Remembering The Carpenters (1999)
Documentary about the musical brother and sister.
David Copperfield (2000)
Sharp-looking but dull American adaptation of the Dickens classic.
The Devil Wears Prada (2006)
A young journalist struggles to survive in the cut-throat world of fashion.
Ed Wood: Vol 2 (1952)
The definitive transvestite/transsexual movie and a face-changing film noir from the master of low expectation.
Exterminating Angel (1962)
The dinner party from hell.
The Emerald Forest (1985)
White boy who lived with Brazilian Indians returns to a modern world he does not understand.
Emma (1997)
Stiff adaptation of the Jane Austen novel.
Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)
Michael Moore's indictment of the Bush Government in the wake of September 11.
A Foreign Affair (1948)
Black romantic comedy with political overtones still relevant today. Out to own now as part of the 18-disc Marlene Dietrich: The Movie Collection DVD box set.
Golden Earrings (1947)
Stiff upper-lipped British officer falls for a gypsy while on a mission in Nazi Germany. Out to own now as part of Marlene Dietrich: The Movie Collection 18-disc box set.
Ghostbusters (2016)
A team take on a ghost invasion of Manhattan.
Hail The Conquering Hero (1943)
Marines conspire to turn a man discharged from marines due to hay fever into a hero.
Hands Across The Table (1935)
Romcom about a manicurist aiming to marry for money. Showing as part of the 2006 EIFF's Mitchell Leisen retrospective.
Intimate Strangers (2004)
A woman mistakes a tax adviser for a psychiatrist and begins to reveal her marital problems.
I Capture The Castle (2003)
Coming-of-age drama about the daughter of an author suffering writer's block.
Kennedy (1983)
TV mini-series on the life and death of an American president.
Marie-Jo Et Ses Deux Amours (2002)
Marseilles mother and wife embarks upon an afffair with a ferry captain.
Les Miserables (2000)
Rise and fall of ex-housebreaker who becomes mayor during the period of the French revolution.
Northfork (2003)
The town of Northfork, Montana, is about to be dammed and flooded, but some of the residents are determined to stay in their surreal American fairytale.
No Man of Her Own (1950)
Atmospheric film noir, shown as part of EIFF 2006's Mitchell Leisen retrospective.
Radio (2003)
True life story of a mentally disabled man who is helped by a high school football coach
Seaquest DSV: Series 1 (1993)
The missions of an underwater team, with added dolphin.
Searching For The Wrong-Eyed Jesus (2005)
Documentary takes a musical road trip through the alt-country of the American South.
Seducing Dr Lewis (2003)
French Canadian islanders manipulate the life of a city doctor in an attempt to make him stay.
The Saddest Music In The World (2003)
Depression-era melodrama where beer baroness runs competition to discover the saddest music in the world.
Spartan (2004)
A military expert is called in to rescue the abducted daughter of a high-profile politician.
Vera Drake (2004)
A cleaning lady performs abortions on the side in Fifties London.
World In Action: Volume 1 (2005)
Hard-hitting documentary series.
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