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Ab-normal Beauty (2004)
Portrait of the artist as a troubled soul.
The Act Of Killing (2012)
People responsible for the mass murder of suspeced Communists at the onset of the military regime in 1965 are challenged to restage their actions and question the pride they still take in them.
An Autumn Afternoon (1962)
A father who is dependent on his daughter comes to realise that she needs to find a life of her own. Out to own as part of The Ozu Collection: Volume 4.
Battlestar Galactica: The Movie (1978)
It's Star Wars, Jim, but not as we know it!
Battleship (2012)
A film based on the board game (yes board game) of the same name, in which a fleet of ships battle an unknown enemy.
Blade Runner: The Director's Cut (1982)
Rick Deckard is a Blade Runner, an elite cop trained to hunt down and ‘retire’ rogue replicants, android beings designed to be ‘…more human than human’.
The Champions: The Complete Series Special Edition (1968)
Sixties series mixing spy and sci-fi gets all-singing, all-dancing release.
Die Hard 4.0 (2007)
John McClane takes on internet terrorists.
Due South: The Complete Second Series (1995)
A Canadian Mountie with superhuman detective abilities, a hard-nosed street cop from the Windy City and a deaf wolf. Together, they fight crime!
Dylan Thomas: Return Journey (1990)
One man show dedicated to the life of one of Britain’s greatest ever poets.
The Evil That Men Do (1984)
Charles Bronson's assassin comes out of retirement to avenge the death of a friend.
Funeral Parade Of Roses (1969)
Sixties Japanese avante garde take on the Oedipus legend.
Great Expectations (1946)
Classic adaptation of Dickens' novel about a orphan who finds a mystery inheritance propels him into high society.
The Hangover Part III (2013)
The Wolfpack try to rescue their pal.
Hell And High Water (1954)
Communist Cold War thriller, starring Richard Widmark as an ex-submarine captain turned mercenary.
The Hills Have Eyes (2006)
A family fall foul of mutants in the desert.
The House By The Cemetery (1981)
A deranged killer lives in the basement of an old mansion and pops out occasionally to commit grisly murders that include beheadings...
How I Spent My Summer Vacation (2012)
A tough criminal imprisoned in a foreign jail learns how to survive from a nine year old boy.
The Hidden Blade (2004)
Conflicts of love and loyalty for a good samurai.
In The Dark Half (2011)
The lives of a young girl and a grief-stricken father are brought together and haunted by a death.
Kidnapped (1971)
Fatalistic yet charming adventure yarn.
The Last Days Of Dolwyn (1949)
Villagers mount a campaign after a water company threatens to flood them out.
Late Autumn (1960)
A widow tries to persuade her daughter to wed, even though it means she will be left alone. Re-released in cinemas in 2010.
Lilith (1964)
A troubled ex-soldier takes a job as a counsellor at a mental institution and finds himself falling for a patient.
Lipstick On Your Collar (1993)
A Whitehall intelligence office clerk finds the Suez crisis can't compete with dreams of romance.
Love On A Pillow (1962)
A young woman falls for a suicidal man.
Love On The Ground (1984)
Jacques Rivette’s 1980s comedy mystery, where life imitates art.
The Mission (2009)
A father in San Francisco's Mission District, struggles to come to terms with his son's sexuality.
Murder! (1930)
A man who helped convict a woman of murder becomes convinced by her innocence. Out to own as part of Hi tchcock: The Early Collection.
Our Paradise (2011)
A murderous sex worker strikes up a bond with a youngster he meets by chance.
The Ozu Collection: Volume Four (2007)
Fourth collection in the series, celebrates Ozu's later work, including Late Autumn and An Autumn Afternoon.
Perfect Sense (2010)
A chef and an epidemiologist fall in love, just as the world is falling apart.
Perlasca: The Courage Of A Just Man (2002)
It is the real story of Giorgio Perlasca (Luca Zingaretti). During the 1920s he was an Italian Fascist supporter...
The Place Beyond The Pines (2012)
On discovering that he has a baby son, a circus motorcycle stunt rider approaches responsibility by robbing banks, but runs afoul of a corrupt politician.
Prime (2005)
A generation gap rom-com, with therapy, religion and good sex.
Quadrophenia (1979)
"I don't give a monkey's arsehole about Mods and Rockers. Underneath, we're all the same, 'n't we?" Special edition of the cult classic.
Rust And Bone (2012)
A bare-knuckle boxer embarks on a relationship with an injured whale trainer.
Senso (1954)
Self-destructive period romance.
Seven Years In Tibet (1956)
True story of Heinrich Harrer, who escaped from a PoW camp over the Himalayas.
Snow White And The Huntsman (2012)
The huntsman ordered by a jealous queen to kill the young princess Snow White instead trains her as a warrior who can lead a rebel army.
The String (2009)
A closeted gay man finds himself under pressure from his over-bearing mother, who wants him to get married.
Superbad (2007)
An ode to friendship in the final night of high-school leads to a party never to be forgotten.
Tell Them Who You Are (2004)
Acclaimed cinematographer Haskell Wexler is the subject of his son Mark’s documentary focussing on their complex relationship and his father’s illustrious career.
Unborn But Forgotten (2002)
Scary website kills pregnant women in South Korea!
Valley Of Song (1953)
A village competition leads to rivalry and romance in a local choir.
V For Vendetta (2005)
In the near future, Britain is a fascist state into which a mysterious, masked terrorist dares to fight fear with flames
The Walking Dead (2011)
Police officer Rick Grimes leads a group of survivors in a world overrun by zombies.
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