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Certification15 Our Rating

Following Cobain from his earliest years in Aberdeen, WA, through the height of his fame, a visceral and detailed cinematic insight of an artist at odds with his surrou find out more...


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Portraits of the people that occupy the small shops of the Rue Daguerre, Paris, where the filmmaker lived.

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GIRLHOOD (2014)

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Now regarded as a classic, this is the first Dracula film that Hammer Horror made. Bits such as the famous opening shot with the menacing shadow of Lee gliding down the stairs to emerge as a crisply charming aristocrat, still look excellent. Required viewing for horror buffs. find out more...

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The original 1953 classic has a suitably sinister Vincent Price going that extra mile to ensure the realism of his wax effigies. Creepy, camp and kitsch it's wonderful. Check out the youthful Charles Bronson! find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

In an unnamed European town, in an unspecified era, live Cynthia and Evelyn. Every day Evelyn cycles to Cynthia’s chateau to work as a lowly maid and every day the cruel, vindictive Cynthia inflicts countless sad find out more...


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The Fane family are an unusual, if not unhinged, group of individuals, but their nanny is in a league of her own. 'The Nanny' is a delicious psychological thriller which pays considerable homage in its style and atmosphere to Bette Davis' earlier 'Whatever Happened to Baby Jane'. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Camp-it-up Hammer horror with Vincent Price on top form as a deranged actor who exacts stylishly horrible revenge on his critics. When he fails to win the Actor of the Year Award he takes a few leaves out of Shakespeare's books to bump off the judges one by one. Imaginatively over the top.

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Certification15 Our Rating

"Josephine Decker has created a new style of thriller that employs allegory, incorporates touches of David Lynch as well as Magritte -esque imagery. Decker's setting of a remote farm feels like a metaphor for what turns out to be hell. The raw and emotional (and yes, sometimes funny) dialog tells a story that can seem familiar at points but really is meant to keep you guessing and off balance. I really enjoyed how the undertones of this film came to life through her very deft contrast of the find out more...