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  • Before the Devil Knows You're Dead

    Legendary Hollywood director Sidney Lumet’s final film is as blistering as any young director’s. In desperate need of money, brothers Philip Seymour Hoffman and Ethan Hawke rob a ‘mom and pop’ jewelry store – only it belongs to their own mom and pop. Murder and time-tripping editing ensue; and Al...

  • Irreversible

    Irreversible is perhaps one of the cruelest films ever made. Marcus (Vincent Cassel) and Pierre (Albert Dupontel) set off on a blind rage of revenge after the former’s girlfriend Alex (Monica Bellucci) is raped. The twist is that their revenge spools out in reverse. Noé structured his notorious s...

  • Her Last Affaire

    Michael Powell's 'society drama’ involving suspicion, clandestine romance and presumed murder, and glorious comic double-act from Googie Withers and John Lurie.

  • Downfall

    Oliver Hirschbiegel's acclaimed drama charts the final, bunker-bound days of Adolf Hitler, as Berlin and the Third Reich crumbles around him. While the film courted some controversy upon release, facing charges of humanising a monster, the film was nevetheless a huge box office success and still ...

  • Rynox

    Michael Powell’s earliest existing film is a twisty thriller crafted with a bold visual style that is unmistakeably influenced by Fritz Lang.

  • Holy Motors

    Traveling the Parisian streets by limousine, Monsieur Oscar (Denis Lavant) is kept to a strict schedule of appointments by his driver (Edith Scob). Altering his physical appearance and identity as easily as another man might change his socks, Oscar makes contact with strangers, family members, bu...

  • Dead Ringers

    David Cronenberg's multi-award-winning psychological thriller exploring the bizarre lives of identical twins Elliot and Beverly, both played by Jeremy Irons. Both world-renowned gynaecologists, the twins share everything from their clinic to their women, until they meet Claire (Geneviève Bujold)....

  • Hotel Splendide

    Music hall veteran Jerry Verno stars as a lowly clerk who gets more than he bargained for when he inherits a hotel, in Michael Powell's

  • Magic

    A productive collaboration with William Goldman as writer and Anthony Hopkins as actor results in an unusually small-canvas story - a thriller on the theme of the ventriloquist whose dummy becomes a lethal alter ego. Director Richard Attenborough described it as ‘A game of creating characters and...

  • Inseminoid

    In the far reaches of space, a team of intergalactic archaeologists find themselves in grave danger when an extra-terrestrial entity impregnates one of their crew members. Bearing more than a passing resemblance to Ridley Scott’s Alien, Norman J Warren’s wild sci-fi shocker is a glorious exercise...

  • Zulu

    A gutsy tale of grace under pressure, Zulu celebrates true British grit in the hour of need. Stanley Baker and Michael Caine lead a depleted contingent of Welsh infantrymen in defending Rorke's Drift missionary station from the attack of 4,000 Zulu warriors. Released in the final months of the Br...

  • Them (aka Ils)

    A French couple vacationing in an idyllic country house in Bucharest are targeted by mysterious assailants who lure them into a sadistic game of survival. One of the key films of the 'New French Extremity' movement of the early 00s, David Moreau and Xavier Palud's nerve-wracking shocker was appar...

  • The Boys from Brazil

    The Boys From Brazil is a terrifying film about the perpetuation of a new race of Hitlers, based on Ira Levin's thrilling book of the same title. In the setting of 1970s South America, a notorious Nazi War criminal, Dr. Josef Mengele (Gregory Peck), gathers a group of former Nazis to work on a co...

  • Scott of the Antarctic

    This tale of adventure and daring was one of Ealing Studio’s most ambitious features, with the crew hauling a huge Technicolor camera on location to Norway and Switzerland. The choice to shoot in colour was interesting given the bleak, white landscape and cinematographer Jack Cardiff based shots ...

  • County Lines

    Obeying the first rule – 'write what you know' - former youth worker turned filmmaker Henry Blake turns in an original, stylish debut feature which premiered at the 2019 BFI London Film Festival.

    It exposes the urban-to-rural drugs system of the title, a network which exploits children to use as...

  • Lovers of the Arctic Circle

    Young schoolchildren, Otto (Fele Martínez) and Ana (Najwa Nimri) become infatuated with each other, and when Otto's parents separate, his father Álvaro and Ana's mother Olga become lovers. When Otto and Ana become teenagers they begin a passionate and secret love affair, and remain intwined in th...

  • Sweeney 2

    Rough, tough Flying Squad officers Jack Regan (John Thaw) and George Carter (Dennis Waterman) are back, this time hunting a ruthless gang of bank robbers who use a gold-plated sawn-off shotgun during their raids. Following a trail of dead bodies, wrecked cars, and bundles of banknotes, the two de...

  • The Great Hip Hop Hoax

    The Great Hip-Hop Hoax takes you behind the scenes of the biggest con in Hip-Hop history. When two boys - armed with nothing but questionable American accents and extreme cases of over-confidence – managed to infiltrate the music industry and get signed to one of the biggest labels in America.

  • Ivansxtc.

    Ivan Beckman (Danny Huston), Hollywood's most sought after talent agent, the darling and crown prince of La-La Land is dead. How and why did it happen? Was it drugs, murder or excess, or perhaps something altogether more mundane? IVANSXTX begins with an ending and then catapults us back a number ...

  • The Ghoul

    The Ghoul is an atmospheric slow-burn crime film more interested in psychology and the occult than in solving crimes. Tom Meeten’s detective Chris is called to investigate a mysterious, possible double murder. Discovering clues in the house of a shadowy suspect, he goes undercover as a patient to...

  • Crimes of Passion

    The second Hollywood film by Britain's enfant terrible, Ken Russell, is a deliriously demented erotic thriller with Kathleeen Turner as the ballsy hooker playing dangerous games with two unstable clients. One is a guilt-tormented private detective (John Laughlin) while the other is a deeply distu...

  • 71

    Jack O’ Connell (Unbroken, Starred Up) plays a young British squaddie is caught behind enemy lines in bomb-torn Belfast, who has to navigate his way home while avoiding the competing attentions of rival IRA factions, dangerous loyalists and sinister secret agents.

  • A Hole In My Heart

    Close your eyes and tell me what you see.' begins the new feature from Lukas Moodysson, who opened our eyes to the disturbing face of the new Europe in Lilya 4-ever. Pushing the boundaries still further, A Hole in My Heart is transgressive, sometimes opaque and deliberately fragmented, sometimes ...

  • The Appointment

    Unable to attend his daughter’s violin recital, suburban father Ian (Edward Woodward, The Wicker Man) is haunted by a series of prophetic nightmares that seem to foresee a looming tragedy. Are dark forces gathering to be unleashed upon him?