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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

More famous faces than you can shake a stick at get together over a fag and a mug of coffee, to discuss the many joys of, well… a fine cupper and a good drag. Jim Jarmusch started filming these short comic vignettes over ten years ago and has created a deliciously off kilter observation of life's little pleasures. Worth watching for Iggy Pop and Tom Waits chat alone, and I say this regardless of my own hopeless weakness for the rolled leaf and the dark bean. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

One of the best suspense thrillers ever made - often imitated and rarely bettered. It's of the intrepid city adventurers up against in-bred redneck natives mould and the rednecks have the natural advantage, being both horribly cruel and at home in the woods. For anyone who enjoyed "Southern Comfort". find out more...
FREAKS (1932)

Certification12 Our Rating

A very strange little number which was released, then immediately withdrawn in 1932 to remain banned for over fifty years. Still pretty disturbing today, despite the triumph of the various aesthetically-challenged "freaks" over their so-called normal tormenters, showing the revenge taken by a group of circus freaks on a beautiful trapeze artist and her strongman lover after they have tried to kill a midget for his fortune. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A death obssessed teenager and a 79 year old woman who lives life to the full gang up together in one of the wittiest black comedies ever made. An inventive, enduring classic which was far ahead of its time. You mean you haven't seen it? find out more...

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Winner of the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. A story of one man's harrowing odyssey to return his seven-year-old son to the woman he once loved and lost. A brilliantly atmospheric and emotional movie with a great soundtrack by Ry Cooder. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Tarantino's masterpiece, a sprawling montage of three interwoven tales. Rich dialogue and sassy humour. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A visually brilliant film about teenage gangs in America's urban wasteland. The leader of a small dying gang, Rusty James, lives in the shadow of the memory of his absent, older brother - The Motorcycle Boy. His mother has left, his father drinks, school has no meaning for him and his relationships are shallow. One of Coppola's two adaptations of S E Hinton novels, 'The Outsiders' being the other. A great performance from Dillon and an awesome soundtrack. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Five very different kids arrive at high school one Saturday morning to do a nine hour detention during which time they must write an essay titled "Who do I think I am?". At first, they argue and hate each other, but after smoking some marijuana, they pour their hearts out to each other, and tell about their fears, secrets, and their deepest emotions, and problems. An iconic 80s movie and the first of a trilogy preceding 'Sixteen Candles' and 'Pretty In Pink'. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

With its radical rewriting of a genre in which good had always triumphed over evil, Romero's first feature shattered the conventions of horror and paved the way for the subversive visions of directors like David Cronenberg, Tobe Hooper and Sam Raimi. The film's opening scene immediately signals its own subversiveness. In broad daylight, a brother and sister visit their father's grave, a tall man lumbers toward them, Johnny tries to frighten Barbara with a daft Boris Karloff impersonation, but su find out more...