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CertificationU Our Rating

An Agatha Christie tale told four times on film, this is still the best. Ten guests on an isolated island are murdered one by one. The only clue is a children's nursery rhyme. A black comedy-mystery with terrific performances, 'And Then There Were None' is adapted beautifully by acclaimed French director Rene Clair. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

The greatest movie ever made? A soldier is sent into the Heart of Darkness to retrieve a commander gone AWOL in an insane reality of tin-pot power, paranoia and inglorious killing. The horror of war is stripped naked in a surreal twilight world. The crew nearly went mad making it, Martin Sheen suffered a heart attack and Coppola flew so far beyond budget that the word 'bankrupt' was nearly redefined. See "Heart of Darkness"... find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

The definitive 'Apocalypse Now' (as if the original wasn't pretty definitive) this has nearly an hour of extra footage fleshing out the surreal journey of our central protagonists and, though it brings the film to a whisker short of three and a half hours, much of it explains what happens to the eclectic characters we meet. The cut version of 'Apocalypse Now' stands as one of the most awesome films of modern cinema, anyone who has seen it will inevitably see it again, it's just that now you have find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

When Cary Grant discovers a corpse in the window seat of his quaint old maiden aunts, and realises thay are cold blooded murderers, the scene is set for all out farce. Add the appearence of his long lost brother with another victim to dispose of and you've a madcap, brilliant, comedy. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A stunning visual account of man's struggle for survival in the 21st Century, a time when replicant life forms are beginning to surpass humans not just in intelligence but emotions, raising questions about our concepts of self. A post-modern sci-fi classic, THE great Hollywood movie of the '80s, the last great pre-computer film done with smoke-and-mirrors SFX and the definitive cult arthouse Sci-Fi film. This is the originally released version with no unicorns in a dream, a voiceover to keep y find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

In a not far off dystopian future women have become infertile and governments have forgotten that Orwell's 1984' was supposed to be a searing indictment of what NOT to do. Into this less than hopeful world arrives a young woman who has achieved the miracle of pregnancy, everyone wants the child as a cynical totem for the people, and those planning rebellion are as ruthless as those in power. Finding a reluctant but increasingly determined guardian in the form of Theo, mother and child go in sea find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A father is haunted by the death of his young child. Omens point to disaster and hallucinations predict the future as this wonderful atmospheric film moves to its disturbing climax. Shot in the beautiful city of Venice and based on the book by Daphne du Maurier.

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CertificationPG Our Rating

What can I say? The Fellowship of the Ring is all right if you like that kind of Sword and Sorcery thing? Small, cute whee people being chased hither and thither by all kinds of monstrous beasties. Acts of courage and heroism that would have comic book superheroes running for the hills (not that they'd be safe there....oh no!). Peter Jackson's film adaptation of Tolkien's epic trilogy of good versus evil in a fantastical world long past is just about as spot on as you can imagine it was possible find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

It all really kicks off in Jackson's adaptation of Tolkien's second book; Frodo and Samwise team up with Gollum in their continuing quest, Aragorn's posse prepare for a last stand at Helmsdeep, the Ents get energised and a mighty new white wizard emerges from the forests. The Two Towers has a darker vision than The Fellowship but Tolkien's work remains very much intact, a sweeping epic, both moving and visually mind blowing. Some of the battle scenes are so powerful they defy description, tho find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

More extra footage and behind the scenes shenanigans than you can shake a staff at. find out more...