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Certification15 Our Rating

Having recovered from a shattering emotional breakdown, college professor Ben Marshall relocates to the countryside with his wife and young son, hoping for a fresh start. He has a teaching job lined up and a new home to move into; things finally look to be going Ben's way. Until, that is, he starts to feel that something isn't quite right in the house. Finding himself plagued by spectral visions, Ben becomes obsessed with uncovering the truth behind a local mystery that appears to be putting find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

Fed up of the twee Aardman short films about animals in the zoo and the like in the excellent Creature Comforts? Didn't think so... Just in case though, here is an insight into the blacker side of Bristol's finest animation studios sense of humour. This DVD contains 12 episodes of Angry Kid; 4 episodes of Big Jeff; 4 episodes of Rex The Runt and 3 episodes of A Town Called Panic. find out more...
BAIT (2019)

Certification15 Our Rating

Modern-day Cornish fisherman Martin (Edward Rowe) is struggling to buy a boat while coping with family rivalry and the influx of London money, Airbnb and stag parties to his harbour village. The summer season brings simmering tensions between locals and newcomers to boiling point, with tragic consequences. Stunningly shot on a vintage 16mm camera using monochrome Kodak stock, Mark Jenkin's Bait is a timel find out more...


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First ever festival appearance from local band Bronze Age Fox. This short, sharp set will warm your heart and move your feet. Set includes - Impossible, Hidden Track, Carry Me, Dinosaur and You Wouldn't Want Me To Lie. Nice. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Aspirant and amateur French film-maker Guetta wishes to make a film about the successful street artist Banksy, but Banksy, aware of the failings of the film turns the cameras and makes a film about Guetta making street art.
Or does he?
The mocumentary makers pull off a coup halfway through and give the rug under your feet a sharp tug, in the process revealing the contemporary art world as a scene populated by venture capitalists and sociopathic svengalis.
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CertificationU Our Rating

It's one small step for lamb in Shaun's new out of this world adventure! When a mischievous alien crash-lands near Mossy Bottom farm, Shaun sets on a thrilling rescue mission to help return her home, while a secret government UFO organisation is hot on their trail, can Shaun and the flock avert Farmageddon before it’s too late?
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Certification12 Our Rating

Every year some British gem pops up in the cinema, destined to be added to my blu ray collection, a film guaranteed to lift the spirits for years to come. This is 2019's feel good film, yes you know the story, and yes you can figure out every possible turn even if you don't, but it's just such a lovely movie. We get one man's journey of self discovery and realisation of what's important, and we get the story of ten fishermen, who's talent is harnessed against all odd find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

HOT FUZZ (2007)

Certification15 Our Rating

PC Nicholas Angel is the best of the best, in fact he's so damn good he's making his fellow Metropolitan colleagues look inept, there's only one answer, ship him off to a sleepy West Country village. It soon becomes clear however that the market town of Sandford is a den of genteel psychotics, the number of ‘accidental' deaths reaching a frenzy that even Midsomer Norton would deem preposterous. It's time for PC Angel to take it up a gear and along for the ride is his immensely keen but dim wit find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

It's set right here, in Bristol, just round the corner there! The essential 'student' movie has finally touched down! ... Or has it? Sadly, though the views of our lovely homeland are present and correct (and there are also some cool high-speed shots of the top of Park Street), otherwise this is an unrealistic and disappointing portrait of student life. All the stereotypes are there: The Posh Kid, The Cheeky Chappie, The Geek, The Jock; sex, drugs and cheesy music down the local dive/club. T find out more...