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Certification18 Our Rating

One of the best horror movie ever made, an innocent American tourist runs in to a spot of trouble when he goes hiking on the Yorkshire moors and finds that he's going all hairy. A new terror stalks the streets of London town; includes the now classic and much imitated metamorphosis scene. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A very weird little Aussie number, winner of the Grand Jury Special Prize at Venice. Bubby is 35-years-old but has never been outside the squalid flat where he lives incestuously with his grotesque mother... until the day his Pa returns to the nest. Tasteless and disturbing, but compulsive viewing. find out more...

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THE sixties movie. Jane Fonda lands on a surreal planet, discovers sex the old fashioned way and battles against the evil Matmos. Great style, a wonderful film and the one Duran Duran, the pop group, stole their name from. find out more...

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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 second version re-edited by Ridley Scott; all the good bits remain, with the onl find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

It's sick, it's weird, it's spooky, but it's compulsive viewing. Forget Brat Packs and Rambo, this is the dark side to America. Beneath the squeaky clean surface lurk neuroses and perversions, degradation and despair. Brilliantly done, this film will haunt you. find out more...
BORAT (2006)

Certification15 Our Rating

How can something so wrong feel so right? Just one of the questions you are bound to ask if you decide to make the leap of faith and watch this film. Kazakhstan's favourite TV journo decides that a trip to the "U, S and A" is just what his country needs so he heads off with his trusty producer, Azamat. Absolutely hilarious; the Pamela Anderson stalking, the cheese-eating, the running of the Jew', a Pamplona-style event in Borat's village, the gypsy-tear-collecting, the rodeo crowd cheering Bora find out more...
BRAZIL (1985)

Certification15 Our Rating

A work of genius. A sort of 1984 gone haywire about a humble clerk and his efforts to find the girl of his dreams. The backgrounds and the details are all superb in one of the most immaginative films ever released, although the studio that put up the money wanted a happier ending. A Must see! find out more...
CRUMB (1995)

Certification18 Our Rating

Robert Crumb, a nerd from a totally dysfunctional family, became, thru' Fritz the Cat, Mr Natural and Keep on Truckin' et al, the leading subversive cartoonist of the '60s underground generation. Here, through interviews with him, family, friends and critics, you can put together a portrait of his personality and be introduced to his work. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Selma is an immigrant factory worker in America, whose only form of escape is through the Hollywood musicals of old, her young son is going blind and she is struggling to scrape together enough money for an operation to reverse his condition; But Selma's grim existance is on an ever darker path and as her world escapes from her control it spirals into a relentless and unavoidably doomed finale. Visually stunning, surreal and unflinchingly tragic, Dancer In The Dark won the Palme D'or at Cannes find out more...

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Former pro-skater Stacy Peralta wrote and directed this gem of a film about the birth of vert skating that took place in LA in the 70s. Showing the evolution of skateboarding from the traditional flatland style to the surf-inspired vert style which utilized empty swimming pools and mass amounts of courage. Dogtown is a real ode of love to skating and the intensity of which will even appeal to those not obsessed with the skate scene. Actual footage and retrospective interviews with the original find out more...