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CertificationPG Our Rating

After twenty years on a spaceship whose mission is to destroy unstable planets the crew have all gone pleasantly mad, have taken on a pet alien and now have to contend with a malfunctioning intellectual bomb. A superb low budget debut from Carpenter and still one of his best movies - he combines suspense and humour to excellent effect. Brilliant! find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

The classic science-fiction film that brought us Robbie The Robot. When a space cruiser is sent to investigate the silence from a planet inhabited by scientists, the crew find all but two of the inhabitants, Professor Morbius and his bewitchingly innocent daughter, have died. Morbius has made a discovery and he has no intention of sharing it (or his daughter!) with anyone. Classy kitsch. find out more...

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Captain Scarlet, an elite member of Spectrum, earth's first line of defence, unwittingly provokes the wrath of the Mysterons, a hitherto peaceful Martian race. Along with his colleague, Captain Black, the two are killed by the aliens and then re-built as indestructible weapons to be used against humanity, but Captain Scarlet's soul remains and he escapes his servitude to lead the fight against the world's new mortal enemy. An impressive CGI recreation of Gerry Anderson's original puppet characte find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

SATURN 3 (1980)

Certification15 Our Rating

Two lovers stationed on a remote base in the asteroid fields of Saturn are intruded upon by a technocrat from Earth and his charge, a malevolent 8-ft robot named Hector. Kirk and Farrah play the Adam-and-Eve farmers, with Harvey Keitel relishing his role as a sexually repressed psycho. The star of the film is without a doubt the bug-eyed Hector, though the schlocky tone of the film somewhat undermines his sinisterness. find out more...
SERENITY (2005)

Certification15 Our Rating

The Serenity is a less than legit space ship cruising the galaxy for the next dodgy deal and shipment of contraband. Owner Mal, a veteran from the recent galactic civil war and a fierce opponent of the military alliance that now exists, and Serenity's equally hardened crew take aboard two seemingly innocuous travellers and so begins the adventure of a lifetime. Written and directed by Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy, Serenity is a cynically witty re-interpretation of the anti-hero westerns of old, find out more...

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"Stingray Sam is not a hero / But he does do the things that folks don't do that need to be done / He's got a bravery inside / That will not let him run away..." So goes the theme song to McAbee's bewitching second feature. The film plays like a homage to a 1950's that didn't exist, a riff on all the genres made famous by that decade. Consisting of six 'episodes' (each one narrated by a jubilant David Hyde Pierce) the film follows the eponymous Stingray Sam and his sidekick The Quasar Kid as the find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

What to say about The American Astronaut... It's a heady cocktail of DIY science-fiction, lo-fi musical, transatlantic surrealism and good old fashioned nice-guy comedy. The action revolves around Sam Curtis, a mercenary of the Han Solo school, and his increasingly colourful mission. It begins with the delivery of a cat to a small outer-belt asteroid saloon where he meets his former dance partner, and interplanetary fruit thief, the Blueberry Pirate. Peril comes in the form of nemesis Professor find out more...