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Certification18 Our Rating

A truly effective horror movie made with imagination and style. A dead child murderer starts getting into a group of teenagers' dreams and the line between sleep and reality becomes very blurred. Not one to watch late at night all alone! find out more...
BADLANDS (1974)

Certification18 Our Rating

He was 25-years-old, combed his hair like James Dean. She took music lessons and could twirl a baton, she was 15. For a while they lived together in a tree house then in 1959, she watched while he killed a lot of people. A tale of two dumb kids going nowhere who achieved infamy in the US Midwest. The original to films like Natural Born Killers and True Romance. Sheen, Spacek and Malick debut in this impressive cult classic Brilliant - watch it! find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Clint Eastwood plays an over-the-top fascist cop prepared to break all the rules in order to nail the "bad guys". Excellent entertainment, oft quoted by US politicians, and a warning to us liberals - keep the buggers under control. find out more...

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An indie thriller so dark and dangerously involving that the subtitles are completely unobtrusive. An inoffensive middle-class family set off to their secluded lakeside holiday home for a restful retreat. However the arrival of Peter and Paul puts paid to that as the pair embark on a truly chilling campaign of terror, intermittently turning to camera to consult the viewer as to what should happen next, cleverly implicating their audience in the unfolding horror. Superbly unsettling. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Spurning many imitations, this original and shocking study in horror is real edge-of-the-seat stuff. Michael Myers escapes from a mental hospital to wreak havoc amongst middle-America's sexually active adolescents. A true classic of the 'slasher' genre. Don't watch it alone! find out more...
M' (1931)

Certificationpg Our Rating

Lang's first sound film, and perhaps his most imaginative. The plot concerns the police search for a Berlin child-molester. The underworld is forced to look amongst its own for the perpetrator. Lang draws fascinating parallels between police and criminals in this radical masterpiece. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Once again the Koreans show us how to make a top-notch thriller. In the mid-eighties and early nineties a series of brutal sex murders took place in Korea's Gyeonggi Province. Two local cops and a special detective from Seoul are charged with hunting down the killer, but with few clues and even fewer witnesses all they have to show for their hard work is mounting frustration and rancour. Set against the political backdrop of a government more concerned with suppression than investigation, Memori find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Critically maligned on its release, this tale of a twisted lens-man who lures unsuspecting female victims to their grisly death is an interesting study in the voyeuristic implications of cinema. The killer is an eternal victim whose crimes are cries of rage against his father and stepmother and, at the same time, pathetic rehearsals for his own inevitable death. A Freudian script of notable maturity teases limitless implications from this premise, while maintaining a healthy sense of humour. find out more...
PSYCHO (1960)

Certification15 Our Rating

Do you really need to be told about this film? The Bates' Motel, the shower sequence and, of course, Mother! THE Hitchcock movie! find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

We start with compulsive liar Roberto picking up a teenage girl in a disco and we follow his affair with her while he carries on robbing and murdering. A powerful adaptation of the real life serial killer that documents more than just his dark achievements but gives a wholly believable insight into the man's damaged world and the chaotic ineptitude of the society upon which he preys. Harsh but utterly hypnotic. find out more...