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A deeply moving autobiographical account by the manga artist Keiji Nakazawa, who, as a six year old boy living in Hiroshima on August 6th 1945, witnessed the horrific aftermath of the first atomic bomb. Terrible, tragic and utterly hypnotic. find out more...

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Keanu plays a whizz-kid scientist (stop sniggering please) whose team have just cracked a major development. But when their top egg-head is murdered, he and colleague Lily find the finger pointed at them, with nowhere to run and no-one to be trusted. Throwaway plot but plenty of bullet-dodging action. find out more...

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Thomas Beale reckons: "A group of young Americans journeying around Europe visit all the hotspots: London, Berlin, Paris, Kiev. They run into Paul (Jonathan Sadowski) who persuades them to go check out defunct nuclear site Chernobyl as part of the new ‘extreme tourism’ fad. Unfortunately, things don’t go to plan and the group soon find themselves endangered in a dangerous place. The location itself is something worth beholding. Long, find out more...


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Forbin is the designer of an incredibly sophisticated computer that will run all of America's nuclear defenses. Shortly after being turned on, it detects th find out more...


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Hang on to your seats for this nail-bitingly tense nuclear thriller. Hackman is the US submarine captain at odds with his First Officer (Washington) over whether to blow away the USSR, pitching the crew against each other in a battle of wills that could destroy mankind. Spectacularly exciting. find out more...

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American Airbases, MI5, Press Barons and House of Commons cover-ups are the subjects of this tense political conspiracy thriller. A scenario all too chillingly likely - here in Airstrip One. find out more...

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A psychotic American commander worried about the subversive effects of water fluoridisation on his "vital bodily fluids" starts off an attack on the Soviet Union. No-one can stop the fighters and no-one, as yet, knows about the failsafe Doomsday Machine. Brilliant black comedy. find out more...

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Boston police officer Thomas Craven's engineer daughter is gunned down on a visit home and, as he investigates, he is dragged into a web of corporate and government conspiracy.
We don't have a genre for poor Hollywood remakes of great foreign stuff - perhaps we should - and I strongly recommend that you watch instead the quality 1985 BBC mini-series of the same name from which this detective thriller is adapted. Nevertheless 'Edge of Darkness' the remake works efficiently enough. find out more...

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Part One of the hit BBC series in which one man delves into the dark and deadly world of the nuclear state. In "Into The Shadows" Ronald Craven's determination to discover the truth about his daughter's murder leads him into a nightmare web of political corruption, secrets, terrorism and death. find out more...