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Certification15 Our Rating

Erik has a problem, he simply doesn't enjoy all the rape and pillage that goes with being a Viking. So he persuades his villagers to go on a different sort of mission - to visit the Gods and put an end to the Dark Ages. Another epic in the inimitable Python style. Not their best, but worth a watch. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Set in an ancient China of constantly warring dynasties and conflicting factions, two prefects of the district conspire to use a beautiful dancer believed to be a member of the fearsome House Of Flying Daggers, and trick her into revealing the location of her leader. An epic journey, beautifully choreographed, and stunningly shot, gradually blossoms into love, but just as deceit brought the couple together so it will be their undoing. A mesmerizing film from start to finish, The House Of Flying find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Two lovers are torn apart by a terrible curse, by day she is a hawk and by night he is a wolf. A young pickpocket and an old magician help them fight the wicked priest who cursed them. A magical mystical adventure set in the Dark Ages. find out more...

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When the Vikings first landed on the soil of North America, they burnt pillaged and legged it, but not before abandoning one of their own children. Years later and the Norsemen are back for a bit of the same, but their forgotten son, raised and cared for by the indigenous people, is having none of it and an epic battle of wills begins. 'Pathfinder' is an old style action adventure; big swords, bigger biceps and lots of grunting, but while humourless and silly, the fight scenes are well done and find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

The leader of a small band of thugs under the control of a dark lord has an epiphany and rejects his violent ways. Our hero's choice however comes at great personal cost and leads him on a lonely, momentous and almost mythological quest for atonement. The Warrior is a beautifully shot film, enhanced by a story that is reminiscent of the simple but acutely observed tales of morality and heroism that brought Akira Kurosawa such world acclaim. find out more...