A woman sinks into a deep depression following the murder of her husband and two children, but the love of a mysterious man brings hope into the grieving widow's life. Drama, starring Sean Young, Jack Scalia and Anne Ramsey.
1934. Drama. Director: Reginald Denham. Stars Jack Hawkins, Donald Wolfit & Ian Hunter. When an actor is murdered, Detective Inspector Gregory quickly discovers that the victim had many enemies.
A squad of German grenadiers becomes cut off behind enemy lines as the Second World War draws to a close. Despite overwhelming odds and the inevitable defeat of their army, the unit's fanatical SS commander orders his men to fight to the bitter end as the Allied forces encircle them. Drama, starring Simon Kirke and Robert Whelan.
A reclusive spinster finds an escaped petty thief in her attic, but rather than turning him in, decides to try and reform his crooked character. The mismatched pair form an unlikely friendship that is destined to end in sadness. Comedy drama, starring Katharine Hepburn, Ryan O'Neal and Helena Carroll.
1942. Factual. Directed John Page. The diary of a typical working day and the non-stop work of a wartime district nurse.
1951. Drama. Stars Bonar Colleano, Barbara Kelly, Eva Bartok & Gina Lollobrigida. When an Englishman leaves America to enlist in the RAF, his gruelling combat experiences result in a loss of memory.
1940. Factual. Buckinghamshire schoolteacher, Mrs James, is the star of this WWII propaganda film. It shows how evacuees from surrounding towns adapt to village life and wartime conditions.
2000. Mystery. Directed by Niall Johnson and starring Jon Newman, Prunella Scales, Marc Danbury and George Cole. A teenager stays at his uncle's mansion, where he discovers the house's many secrets.
While Jackie Collins's Hollywood Wives was a raunchy novel about the behind-the-scenes lives of actors, this is a less explicit tale along the same lines, which boasts its fair share of the scandals, love affairs and skeletons-in-the-closet suffered by Tinseltown's rich and famous. Christopher Plummer is the TV producer of the series Manhattan who experiences a few steamy moments of his own, while the cast of his show including Stephanie Beacham as the star, Linda Purl as the daytime soap queen and Ben Browder as the hot new hunk spends more time jumping in and out of bed than it does filming the series. Silly, over-the-top, and, if you watch for too long, scarily addictive.
1952. Drama. Directed by Anthony Kimmins. Stars Burgess Meredith, Kieron Moore, Dulce Gray and John Laurie. A psychiatrist is tested when treating a former POW in post-war London
(1957) Indian Film Season: A youth poses as an old gent to rent a room and woo his landlord's daughter. But the comedic romance turns sinister. With Nutan and Dev Anand. In Hindi/subs.
1974. Thriller. Stars Glyn Owen, Peter Sallis, Isobel Black & John Thaw. A brutal murder triggers an investigation revealing that $4m of gangster, Al Capone's, gains may be located in 1970s England
1953. War Time Drama. Lilli will not marry her love, an American reporter, until she becomes a star. Starring Lisa Daniely, Hugh McDermott and Sid James.
1946. Horror. A young captain, after participating in a duel, becomes the suspect in a series of killings near Epping Forest. Directed by Victor M Gover. Starring Tod Slaughter & Bruce Seton.
Three couples deal with pregnancy, adoption and infertility in this weepie based on the Danielle Steel romantic novel. The plot is predictable, but the TV-based cast gives its all, and there are some top-notch performances from ex-Happy Days star Scott Baio, St Elsewhere's Bruce Greenwood and Baywatch's Alexandra Paul. Meanwhile, director Bethany Rooney makes sure every moment is a three-hanky one, which is hardly surprising when you consider her previous output includes other Danielle Steel melodramas, Dr Quinn: Medicine Woman and Touched by an Angel.
Thriller starring Kathleen Rose Perkins Marcela Mar. A young girl is mysteriously abducted and her mother and stepfather are thrust onto the world stage and surrounded in a cloud of suspicion. (2015)
1952. Drama. Director: John Dooley. Stars Francis Lunt, Malcolm Doney & Felicity Always. This early film from the Children's Film Foundation was shot around Callington in picturesque 1950s Cornwall.
1957. Comedy. Director: Basil Dearden. Stars Margaret Rutherford, Peter Sellers, Virginia McKenna & Bill Travers. A couple inherit a small cinema are shocked to find a decrepit building.
1948. Horror. A curio dealer sells a monkey's paw that can grant the possessor three wishes but warns that disaster will follow. Starring Michael Martin-Harvey, Sydney Tafler & Alfie Bass.
1973. Drama. Director: David Hemmings. Stars Jack Wild, Alun Armstrong, June Brown & Cheryl Hall. Based on a true story in London's East End. 14 kids stick together after the death of their mother.
A businesswoman returns to her home town and seeks to confront the memories of her troubled childhood - but a shocking discovery leads to incredible revelations and unexpected romance. Drama based on a Barbara Taylor Bradford novel, starring Melissa Gilbert, Jeremy Sheffield and Lorraine Pilkington.
1964. Drama. Director: Paul Henreid. Stars Ray Charles, Tom Bell, Dawn Addams & Mary Peach. During a performance for blind children, star Ray Charles befriends a young boy who has lost his sight.
1955. Thriller. Director: Ken Hughes. Stars Maxwell Reed, Patrick Barr, Elizabeth Allen & Russell Napier. Dr Philippa uses 'The Brain Machine' to reveal abnormalities within the brain of a murderer.
1980. Starring Liv Ullman and Amanda Redman. Richard dies of a heart attack whilst away on business, when collecting his things his wife learns that he had been travelling with another woman.
Romantic drama. An ambitious middle-class woman is marooned on the Isle of Mull en route to her wedding, and falls in love with the Laird of Kiloran. [HD] [B&W, 1947] [S]
1963. CCF Film. Adventure. East Anglian youngsters find themselves cut off when the nearby river breaks its banks and floods the countryside. Superbly shot around Ely and Wisbech.
1956. Sci-Fi comedy. Spacemen land on the 13th Moon of Jupiter and find man-hungry space girls waiting for them. Stars: Harry Fowler, Paul Carpenter & Sydney Tafler.
An ex-con goes straight, becoming the manager of rock band the Small Faces. However, he cannot resist returning to a life of crime and joins forces with a military officer-turned-safe cracker to organise a diamond smuggling racket. Drama, starring Kenneth Cope, William Lucas and the Small Faces as themselves.
A crime writer blames her niece's husband for her death and concocts a plan to take revenge, luring him to her walk-in vault, before locking him in and leaving him to die. She then puts her knowledge of the criminal mind to good use by covering her tracks, and although Columbo strongly suspects foul play, he finds clues are thin on the ground. Crime drama, starring Peter Falk and Ruth Gordon.
1948. Drama. Director: Harold French. Stars Dulce Gray, Michael Dennison & Ronald Howard. Jonathan's ambition was to become a surgeon and marry Edie. But Edie loves his brother, who she intends to wed
Live-action Disney classic starring Glenn Close and Jeff Daniels. Dastardly fashion designer Cruella De Vil decides that her new coat will be made from cute dalmatian pup skins. (1996)
1942. Factual. A depiction of life in wartime England during the Second World War. Director Humphrey Jennings visits many aspects of civilian life. Stars Leonard Brockington & Joseph Macleod
1974. Comedy. Director: Christopher Hodson. Stars Reg Varney, Diana Coupland, Lee Montegue & Jean Harvey. A middle-aged compere and drag artiste is low on talent but high on ambition.
1971. Drama. Director: Frank Nesbitt. Stars John Mills, Carol White & Stuart Wilson. Dulcima, a girl treated as a drudge by her family, lifts herself from her environment by becoming a housekeeper.
1979. Drama. Starring Ian McShane, Suzanne Somers & Adam Faith. Written by Jackie Collins. A has-been, alcoholic former soccer star is determined to make a comeback with the help of his ex girlfriend.
1947. Drama. Director: Walter C Mycroft. Stars Terence Alexander, Sylvia Welling & Trefor Jones. Charming romantic account of Robert Burns' life.
1951. Facutal. Director: Robert Jordan Hill. Stars MacDonald Hobley, Peter Sinclair & The Royal Kiltie Juniors. Rare variety acts and interviews by young Scottish artists.
An American woman breaks off her engagement to begin a new life with a journalist, but unfortunately her lover disappears while on a reporting assignment in Serbia. Drama adapted from Barbara Taylor Bradford's novel, starring Janine Turner, Fionnula Flanagan and Robert Mailhouse.
1954. Crime drama directed by Guy Green. A radio operator is duped into smuggling diamonds and is caught by Customs Detective Baker (John Bentley). Starring Phyllis Kirk and Bill Nagy.
A Texas ranger involved in the hunt for a notorious outlaw leader persuades one of the criminal's sidekicks to go straight and help him infiltrate the gang. However, his undercover mission is threatened when one of the other bandits escapes from prison to warn his partners in crime. Western, starring Tom Tyler and Rex Lease.
1950. Nettlefold Films production directed by Maclean Rogers and starring John Bentley & Dinah Sheridan. Paul Temple is on the hunt for a kidnapped scientist who's invented a secret formula.
1964. CFF Film. Directed by Henry Geddes. Featuring Pip Rolls, Christine Thomas & Stephen Morris. David is a stubborn London teenager frustrated when forbidden to climb a local mountain.
A cowboy learns that his father was accused of theft during the American Civil War. But who were the true robbers? Stars Peter Lee Lawrence. (1968)
1950. Horror. Directed by Oswald Mitchell and screenplay by John Gilling. Set in Edinburgh in the 1800s and starring Tod Slaughter as William Hart the infamous grave robber.
A skilled sharp shooter decides to leave a gang of bank robbers to marry the girl he loves. Unfortunately the band of outlaws have other ideas. Stars George Montgomery. (1957)
A woman who has devoted her life to running her family's museum is outraged when her brother decides to sell it. Knowing of someone with criminal connections, she arranges to have her brother killed. However, a certain shabby sleuth is on the case just when she starts to think she has got away with it. Crime drama, with Peter Falk, Joyce Van Patten, Celeste Holm and Tim O'Connor.
An ambitious senatorial candidate murders his campaign manager for threatening to expose his secret affair. To avoid suspicion, the politician makes the killing look as if he was the intended target of an assassination attempt that went wrong - but ends up having to pit his wits against the slovenly sleuth. Detective drama, starring Peter Falk, Jackie Cooper, Ken Swofford and Tisha Sterling.
1948. Factual. Director: John Eldridge. With visual grace, and wit, the film entwines a coalman's working day with students' revels by night, the proceedings of a court with the rituals of a courtship
1959. Crime. Someone is murdering cover girl models, leaving them in the same pose and place as featured in 'Wow' magazine. Stars: Harry H. Corbett, Felicity Young.
Culture-clash comedy starring Brendan Fraser and Leslie Mann. A jungle dweller falls for a beautiful explorer and follows her to San Francisco, causing mayhem in the city. (1997)
A compulsive gambler with a mountain of debts comes up with a plan to make some easy money. He plants a bomb under his wealthy uncle's car in the hope of inheriting a large legacy - but a hit-and-run driver jeopardises the entire scheme and Columbo is soon sniffing around for clues. Detective drama, starring Peter Falk, Tyne Daly, Greg Evigan and Don S Davis.
Family adventure starring Lindsay Lohan and Michael Keaton. The small car with the big personality is retrieved from the scrap yard and sets out for NASCAR glory. (2005)
1971 Drama. Director: Ralph Thomas. Starring: Joan Collins, Tom Bell and Denholm Elliott. A scientist wakes in an alternative reality that bears some similarities to our own, but also some differences
1933. Inspector Darrow (Leslie Perrins) investigates the death of a wealthy man (George Zucco).
1938. John Loder and Elliot Makeham star in this topical thriller. Professor Grayson is working on an anti-gas formula and Dr. Klee, whose peace propaganda masks other interests, means to obtain it.
Fashion photographer April returns to her small hometown after a long absence, only to meet recently widowed Luke, the man who once broke her heart. Surrounded by bittersweet memories and reminders of her past, she soon finds herself torn between returning to her career in the city or rekindling a relationship with the love of her life. Drama, starring Bree Williamson and Jason Dohring.
1953. Drama. Directed by John Harlow and starring Jack Warner, Charles Victor, Jimmy James & Anthony Newley. A young man's titled parents object to his working-class fiancé.
1952. Family. CFF. Director: Jacques Brunis. When George's poodle is stolen by a thief, he & his sister enlist eccentric dog-lover and village grocer Mr Polly to help them get the pooch back
College-set murder mystery starring Greer Grammer and Chloe Babcook. A student accused of killing her former best friend has to clear her name and find the real murderer. (2016)
A US airman pretends to be Canadian and joins a British paratroop regiment. But following a mission to knock out a German radar station he is suddenly recognised. Stars Alan Ladd and Leo Genn. (1954)
A young man arrives in Black City to assume the vacant Sheriff's position. Complications arise when a famous bounty hunter shows up in town. Stars Jack Betts. (1970)
Hidden treasure lies somewhere in the Sahara Desert. An ancient parchment indicates the treasure's whereabouts... but who will get there first? Stars Michael York. (1988)
1947. Crime drama. Directed by Oswald Mitchell and starring Anthony Hulme, Lesley Osmond and Frank Hawkins. A solicitors' clerk is sent to deliver a will and finds the recipient murdered.
1934. Comedy. Directed by Guy Newall and starring Edmund Gwenn, James Raglan and Hope Davy. A retired admiral who has a valuable diamond is pursued by crooks intent on getting the gem.
The ruler of Catalonia is murdered by his identical twin brother, who then usurps the throne. However, he has forgotten about his dead brother's son, who raises an army to reclaim his birthright. Italian historical drama, with Roland Carey, Sandro Moretti and Chantal Deberg. In Italian.
1954. Comedy. Director: Anthony Asquith. Stars Jack Warner, Robert Morley & George Relph. A cricketer looks forward to his last test match, but his son would rather write poetry than watch his innings
1960. A locksmith on his first burglary is on the run when a rival gang wants his haul. Stars Spencer Teakle & Martin Benson.
1957. Romance. Director: Julian Amyes. Starring John Gregson, Belinda Lee, Cyril Cusack and Peter Illing. Michael is an unhappy road worker, until he meets Julia, and 'the miracle' happens.
1952. Comedy. The Prime Minister is to visit Britain's perfect village. The residents want to send the local tramp to an almshouse. Stars Sid James, Eddie Byrne & Dora Bryan. Directed by Lewis Gilbert
(1952) Western. Apache chief Cochise is trying to keep the peace with the cavalry unit based at Fort Buchanan, but he's undermined by a government advisor and a rival Apache chief.
1981. Crime drama directed by Jonathan Kaplan. Based on the real-life ordeal of Baltimore priest Bernard Pagano who was arrested for a series of hold-ups.
1992. Crime drama with Bernard Hill and Norman Wisdom. Former petty thief and safecracker Arthur is the 'brains' behind 'The Organisation' but he wants out.
This reasonable TV-movie thriller opts for psychological chills rather than standard suspense. Katy Boyer plays the newly trained nurse who moves back in with her parents (Gerald McRaney and Shelley Fabares) and discovers that their constant bickering provokes some unpleasant childhood memories. It's well played by the cast and director Christopher Leitch, best known so far for family films such as Courage Mountain and Teen Wolf Too, handles the proceedings with aplomb.
A lawman captures and hangs a criminal for the murder of his deputy. However, he later learns the man he killed was innocent, having been tricked into taking the fall by a notorious bandit, and must face a showdown with the dead man's vengeful brother. Western, starring Tim McCoy, Lois January, Rex Lease and Harry Worth.
1977. Drama. Starring Jason Evers. A wounded grizzly bear goes on the rampage killing hunters.
1936. During the French revolution a young woman is saved from the guillotine by an insurrectionist (Nils Asther). Stars: Hazel Terry & Hugh Sinclair.
1954. Directed by Wolf Rilla and starring Jimmy Hanley, Rona Anderson and Lionel Jeffries. A local reporter discovers a group of enemy agents, but will the story get him promotion?
1960. Comedy. Newly-weds Gay (Peggy Cummins) and Pel (Donald Sinden) must divorce to claim an inheritance. Starring Peter Reynolds.
1989. Sci-Fi. Director: Michael Anderson. Stars Kris Kristofferson, Cheryl Ladd, Daniel J Travanti and Robert Joy. Bill smith falls in love with a woman from the future on a mission to save humanity.
Thriller starring Daphne Zuniga and Nicole Munoz. A woman and her teenage daughter are in danger when they help the police investigate her husband's kidnapping. (2016)
1956. Crime. A Solicitor (John Justin) is convinced that a wartime heroine is innocent of a murder charge but he uncovers more than the evidence he needs. Stars Donald Wolfit & Sydney Tafler.
1962. Comedy. Director: Wendy Toye. Stars Kenneth More, Lloyd Nolan, Joan O'Brien & Mischa Auer. Lt Commander Badger, RN: has one besetting sin. The honesty to say the right thing at the wrong time!
(2014) Jim Sturgess, Ben Kingsley and Kate Beckinsale star in a Gothic horror based on an Edgar Allan Poe tale. A medical graduate starts work at a cruel and disturbing mental asylum.
Nerve-shredding terror. A young couple awake in the middle of the night in their remote house in Romania to the sound of hooded assailants beginning a unprovoked campaign of terror. (2006)
1962. Horror. Director: Herk Harvey. Stars Candace Hilligoss, & Frances Feist. After surviving a car accident, Mary takes a job as an church organist, but is interrupted by visions of a fiendish man.