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Certification12 Our Rating

Michelle breaks up with her boyfriend and, in a panicked drive interstate, ends up unconcious in her vehicle by the side of the road. Thankfully, Howard was driving by and took her to his nearby home where he put her on a drip and nursed her back to health - well, sort of. When Michelle comes to she finds herself in his cellar, in a locked room, handcuffed to the wall. Howard says an alien apocalypse is taking place but Michelle isn't so sure. What follows is a tense find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

Two sisters, Su-mi and Su-yeon, return from a stay in a psychiatric hospital to the home they share with their father and wicked stepmother. Disturbing and inexplicable events soon begin to occur, strange noises, hallucinations, disembodied footsteps on the stairs all combine to stretch tensions within this already volatile family unit to breaking point. Are these phenomena a product of the sisters' disturbed minds, is it their stepmother cruelly tormenting them or could there be something more find out more...
AUDITION (2000)

Certification18 Our Rating

A middle-aged widower enters a relationship with a beautiful, docile, doll-like younger girl. The film starts slowly, just vague hints to leave you a little uneasy, but you are like a fish on a hook and you will be landed as this women's revenge film, perhaps the nastiest most disturbing horror ever made, will leave unforgettable images etched in your mind forever. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Yoshimi is in the middle of an ugly divorce and a battle to retain custody of her infant daughter. Forced to find a new place to live, they move into a dank and decrepit block of flats where Yoshimi finds her efforts to start afresh and prove herself a healthy, fit and stable parent tested by the increasingly damp conditions, and repeated but well timed apparitions of a ghostly child in a yellow raincoat. Dark Waters uses the gloomy grey corridors and dampness of the surroundings to create an at find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Let's all thank the Lord that Takashi Miike found work as a film director - cuz none of us would want a mind this twisted loose on the streets. MPD-Psycho (Multiple-Personality-Detective) are two episodes from the Manga by Otsuka Eiji and Tajima Sho-u that follow the fortunes of Amamiya (or is it Kobayshi?), a police detective with multiple personality syndrome. Missing wives, mysterious cults and some very sick individuals combine to make these films two of the most disturbing, surreal and fant find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

More weird and truly wonderful madness from Takashi Miike and his Multiple Personality Detective. In episodes 3 and 4 we learn a little bit more about Nishizono, the arch criminal who can transfer his soul/self into others with the slightest touch, the sinister cult of Lucy Monostone and the growing number of genetically altered bar-coders, and what all this has to do with Amamiya/Kobyashi, the troubled detective of the title . That said MPD-Psycho still remains elusive and resistive to explanat find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

At last all is revealed, although you'll probably still be none the wiser. Miike Takashi's live action Manga comes to a close with the mulitple-personality-detective finally getting to grips with Nishizono and the cult of Lucy Monostone. Weird, wonderful and utterly incomprehensible - genius! find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The cream of Japan's horror elite contributes to this collection of thirty three ghostly tales created for Japanese television. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The cream of Japan's horror elite contributes to this collection of thirty three ghostly tales created for Japanese television. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A serial killer is loose in the city, leaving a trail of body parts that lead back to a beautiful and enigmatic artist called Su-Yeon. Hot on the scent is Detective Cho, a cop in the special investigative unit with his own demons to fight and a soft-spot for Su-Yeon. Taking it's lead from the ‘giallo' films of the 1970s and modern noir classics like ‘Seven', Tell Me Something is dark and brooding with a labyrinthine plot and a chilling modus operandus and while it's not of the calibre of other K find out more...