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Alone In The Dark (2005)
Paranormal action horror demonic scarefest, with death metal soundtrack.
The Amityville Horror (1979)
Nice family move into haunted house on Long Island.
A Boy And His Dog (1974)
Sci-fi tale about a scavenger and his hound.
The Car Keys (2003)
Gag-filled French film-within-a-film that has something to do with losing car keys.
Colditz (2005)
The infamous PoW camp for persistant escapees during WWII is given a romantic twist.
Falcons (2002)
An American ex-con and a red-headed bird handler take flight in Iceland.
The Green Mile (1999)
A prison guard's relationship with a death row prisoner. Now out to own on Special Edition two-disc DVD.
Idle Running (1999)
Odyssey of a perennial student.
Inner Senses (2002)
A psychiatrist tries to find a rational explanation for why a young student is seeing ghosts.
It Ain't Half Hot, Mum: Series 3 (1976)
Third outing of a classic Seventies TV sitcom about a group of entertainers in the British Raj during World War II
Max And Paddy's Road To Nowhere (2004)
Phoenix Nights spin-off about two pals and their camper van adventures.
Palindromes (2004)
The strange tale of an abused teenage girl, played by a cast of eight.
Redcap: The Complete Second Series (1966)
Vintage series about a military policeman.
Tell Me Something (1999)
Multiple murders appear connected to a mysterious girl.
Vixen! (1968)
An everyday story of a bisexuual nymphomaniac from the Russ Meyer stables.
Would I Lie To You? (1997)
A French comedy as a man finds himself the victim of mistaken identity.
Would I Lie To You Again? (2001)
French romcom sequel, with added children.
Would I Lie To You Double Bill (2005)
Double dose of French comedy as a man finds himself the victim of mistaken identity.
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