1990. Action. Stars Stephen P. Sides, Len Schlientz & Tiffany Dossey. Malone is an undercover detective but when his partner is shot dead he turns into a one-man army with a score to settle.
Madchen Amick stars in this thriller as a widow who hires a private eye when she discovers her husband faked his own death five years earlier. (2005)
When a troubled young man hijacks a school bus filled with children, Detective Amber Cross (Alaina Huffman), who is battling with her own demons and issues, is called in to negotiate. (2016)
1938. Drama. Directed by Dick Bird. Starring Eileen Curran & Cecil Ford. A young medical student visits the Blasket Islands during the holidays and becomes charmed with the place and its people.
1964. Crime. Stars Robert Hutton, Reginald Marsh & Ursula Howells. An aide at the U.S. Embassy finds himself involved with Scotland Yard and the French police after a mafia boss¿ son is kidnapped.
1957. Family. Directed by Kay Mander and starring Bernard Braden, Bobby Stevenson and Christopher Braden. Cousins learn to get along when a man's life is in danger.
1958. War. Director: Vernon Sewell. Stars Michael Rennie, Patricia Medina & Christopher Lee. Polish Resistance discover a mysterious pilot-less plane.
Daryl Hannah grows to 50ft tall after an encounter with aliens and decides to exact revenge on her cheating husband, and others. (1993)
1957. Musical comedy. Directed by J Lee Thompson. Stars Eric Portman, Celia Johnson, Thira Hird and Joyce Grenfell. A touring troupe, the 'Dinky Doos' are in financial trouble, can anyone help?
1952. Comedy directed by Montgomery Tully and filmed at Nettlefold. Starring Esmond Knight and Maudie Edwards. A husband hides a fortune in his wife's girdle, only for the girdle to go 'missing'.
Murder mystery starring Shenae Grimes and Sean Faris. Sayre Hoyle attends her brother's funeral and revisits her strained relationship with her father. (2016)
Star-Studded adventure directed by Robert Zemeckis. Following four stories including a dodgy Santa, haunted jewellery and a mysterious doll. (1985)
1949. War. Director: Ken Annakin. Stars Michael Denison, Patricia Plunkett & Kathleen Harrison. At Coastal Command in Southern England, an RAF pilot is suspended after possibly sinking a British sub.
1946. Drama. Director: William Wyler. Stars Dana Andrews, Fredric March, Harold Russell & Myrna Loy. After WW2, the Greatest Generation returned home to great, but bittersweet, fanfare.
1960. Drama. Director: Karel Reisz. Stars Albert Finney, Rachel Roberts, Shirley Anne Field & Hylda Baker. In Nottingham, Arthur works in a mindless haze, but his love affairs cause him complications.
1942. Drama. Director: Sam Wood. Stars Gary Cooper, Babe Ruth, Teresa Wright & Walter Brennan. A biographical drama based on the life of baseball hall of famer Lou Gehrig.
1955. Crime drama directed by Charles Saunders and starring Paul Carpenter and Hazel Court. A magazine crime writer is passed over for promotion by a rival who also steals the girl, but is murdered.
1934. Drama directed by John Baxter and starring George Carney, Peggy Novak and Leslie Hatton. Set on the Thames estuary, romance blossoms for a young couple. Filmed at Twickenham Studios
1958. Crime Thriller. Directed by Paul Rotha with Lee Patterson. The daughter of a convicted and executed killer believes she has murdered blackmailer Hilton Edwards.
1942. Musical. Comedy duo Ethel Revnell and Gracie West star in this comedy musical. The double act masquerade as WAAFs on a balloon site to help the authorities capture a group of fifth columnists.
1954. Comedy. Director: Maurice Elvey. Stars Petula Clark, Donald Houston & Brenda de Banzie. Story of Welsh postman's efforts to bring happiness into lives of an assortment of people.
Michael Praed and Stephanie Beacham star in this glossy adaptation of Jilly Cooper's tale of sex and saddles set in the glamorous world of show jumping. (1993)
(1971) Comedy adventure starring Rosalind Russell. A widowed woman volunteers to become a CIA spy. But she soon gets more excitement than she bargained for. Co-starring Darren McGavin.
Mystery thriller starring Ashley Scott and Kip Pardue. A mother hires a dangerously unstable nanny to look after her three-year-old daughter. (2013)[S]
1937. Thriller. Director: William Wyler. Stars Humphrey Bogart, Sylvia Sidney, Joel McCrea & Wendy Barrie. A Big-time gangster flees to his former home, only to find things are less than sweet.
1960. Drama. Director: Tony Richardson. Stars Brenda de Banzie, Roger Livesey, Joan Plowright & Laurence Olivier who earned an Oscar nomination for his performance as the seedy music hall entertainer.
(2013) Action-adventure sequel with Channing Tatum, Dwayne Johnson, Jonathan Pryce and Bruce Willis. An imposter posing as the US president tries to wipe out the GI Joe soldiers. Violence.
1960. Drama. Terence Morgan plays 'Augie' a crook just released from prison and intent on getting his rackets back from 'Collar' (Harry H Corbett). Starring Bill Owen, Robert Beatty and Hazel Court.
In March 1993, Peter Gibb and Archie Butterly dynamited their way out of Melbourne Remand Centre with explosives provided by the former's prison guard lover, Heather Parker. This film based on their exploits does them something of a disservice, as the romance and the meticulous planning of the break always feel like far-fetched fiction, while their time on the run is disappointingly short of tension - especially considering that director Richard Franklin made his name with the thriller Roadgames (1981). Peter Phelps, Chris Haywood and Rachel Blakely give competent performances as the three fugitives, but they aren't particularly convincing as desperate criminals.
1996. A daughter takes on the running of a funeral business after her father's death. Stars William Katt.
1932. Drama. Director: Maurice Elvey. Stars John Stuart, Hugh Williams & Alan Napier. A story of murder, greed and sibling rivalry in music and love. Classic good versus evil.
An executive struggles to balance personal and professional commitments as he deals with an attack on his company by a computer hacker. However, his enemies soon use more deadly methods, and sabotage his car while he and his wife are on a weekend break, leading to a crash in the wilderness and a gruelling journey to safety. Thriller, starring Charisma Carpenter and Sebastian Spence.
1941. Drama. Director: William Wyler. Stars Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, Richard Carlson & Teresa Wright. Aristocrat, Regina Giddens, will let nothing stand in the way of achieving wealth & power.
(1952) Crime thriller with John Payne, Preston Foster, Jack Elam, Neville Brand and Lee Van Cleef. A man sets out to track down a gang of mask-wearing robbers after they try to frame him.
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
1956. Crime Drama directed by Henry Cass and starring Dermot Walsh and Jane Barrett. Filmed at Nettlefold. A man and his family on a caravan holiday in France are taken hostage by an escaped convict.
You might be haunted by this action sci-fi movie in more ways than one! A strange electrical storm led by angry souls from a mass suicide seeks revenge by preying on the living. (2012)
1944. Adventure. Director: David Butler. Stars Bob Hope, Virginia Mayo, Walter Brennan & Victor McLaglen. When pirates attacks cowardly actor Sylvester's ship, he isn't quite the hero he'd said he was
1962. Directed by Val Guest and starring Jack Warner. A woman is murdered and it's up to Detective Fellows to sift through the clues and solve the 'Jigsaw'. Great shots of Brighton in the 60s.
A cowboy is released from jail after serving 12 years for a murder he did not commit. He was set up by his brother and now there is only one thing on his mind - revenge! (1966)
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.
1965. Drama. Director: Jirí Weiss. Stars Anne Heywood, James Booth & Rudolf Hrusínsk?. A government inspector is intensely jealous of a criminal's passionate fling with his co-worker.
1932. Western. Directed by Wallace Fox. Stars Edwina Booth, Duncan Renaldo & Dot Farley. An army officer is after a Mexican bandit, El Zorro, who he doesn't know is his long-lost twin brother.
1955. Drama. After the death of her father while motor racing, the daughter (Rona Anderson) is dissuaded from selling his garage by fellow racer Larry (Paul Carpenter) who helps her run the garage
1939. Drama. The Head of Dartmouth training college is murdered but was he the intended victim? Directed by Maurice Elvey. Starring Leslie Banks and Kay Walsh.
1951. Crime directed by Terence Fisher. Barbara (Rona Anderson) returns from abroad after her father's suicide. A changed will leaves Barbara in mortal danger.
Thriller, starring Antonio Sabato Jr and Boti Bliss. A woman takes her friends to Hawaii, but one of the party is attacked, sparking a quest for revenge. (2016)
1942. Comedy. Directed by Charles MacDonald. Stars Oliver Hardy, Stan Laurel, Pete Smith Laurel and Hardy demonstrate the uses of wood in this World War II propaganda film.
1982. CCF Film. Drama. Director: John Krish. WWII evacuee David hates the Germans, but now his life has been saved by one. What is the right thing to do, tell the Army or offer his help?
1943: German troops invade an island leaving a small band of allied commandos to destroy a tactically important radio base. (1969)
1946. Comedy. Director: Norman Z Mcleod. Stars Danny Kaye, Eve Arden, Steve Cochran & Virginia Mayo. Through a fluke, a timid milkman knocks out a champion fighter and decides to go pro.
It's 1942, and a lonely housewife strikes up an intimate relationship with a young army deserter. Stars Glenda Jackson and Oliver Reed. (1972)
A man dreams of running a wildlife sanctuary in Central Africa but finds his efforts threatened by British and Italian forces as the Second World War looms. Drama, starring John Saxon, Tippi Hedren and Rossano Brazzi.
This better-than-average melodrama features one of the more disturbing tales in the true story TV-movie genre. Mel Harris gives a decent performance as a mother who decides to let her unruly daughter spend a night in jail after she commits a petty offence with her boyfriend. But jail turns out to be a brutal juvenile detention centre and there's no prospect of imminent release. The nightmare scenario is handled confidently by director Noel Nosseck, a TV-movie specialist best known for his ill-advised remake of the old Audrey Hepburn classic Roman Holiday.
1962. Comedy. Stars Norman Wisdom, Millicent Martin & Richard Briers. A film adaptation of P.G. Wodehouse's Novel. Two Englishmen on a transatlantic liner fall in love with the same woman.
1932. Western. Director: John P. McCarthy. Stars Bob Steele, Arletta Duncan & Kit Guard. After getting into a fight with a ranch foreman, Steele finds himself in the fight for his life.
1936. Drama with Edward Everett-Horton & Alastair Sim. A timid businessman, while looking into his mirror, is confronted by his alter ego.
1959. After a robbery during which the night-watchman is killed, the robbers take his daughter hostage. Stars Kenneth Cope & Reed de Rouen.
Courier Maxine Carter must deliver 14-year-old Alice, the spoiled daughter of one of China's richest businessmen, to her new home. But danger lurks around every corner. (2008)
Scott McGinnis and Jeff Osterhage try valiantly to drum up some knockabout bonhomie here as Wild West outlaws enrolled in a British fighter squadron during the First World War, but everything from the stereotypical characters to the risible banter is against them. Bearing in mind the technical expertise of director Zoran Perisic (who worked on the special effects for Superman) and experienced cinematographer David Watkin, this adventure should at least have looked good. However, the aerial action is so inept that it only emphasises the shortcomings of a buddy movie that compounds its crimes by wasting such a promising premise.
1960. Comedy. Director: Lewis Gilbert. Stars Ian Carmichael, Tommy Steele & Benny Hill. British bittersweet comedy about misfits manning a British Army searchlight battery during the Blitz.
Cartoonist Ronald Searle's most famous creation - the chaotic girls' boarding school that gave rise to the series of hit films in the 1950s and 60s - makes a surprisingly successful comeback in this amusing revamp. Directors Oliver Parker and Barnaby Thompson have updated the school for modern audiences, blending the traditions of dorms and jolly hockey sticks with more contemporary youth culture. Talulah Riley heads the young cast as Annabelle, the new girl who overcomes introductory torment to lead the St Trinian's girls on a mission to save the establishment from closure. Rupert Everett plays both her father and, like Alastair Sim in the original movies, the dotty headmistress, Miss Fritton. Meanwhile Russell Brand takes on the George Cole role as Flash Harry and there's support from Colin Firth as the minister of education. The sketch-like comedy works better than the overall story, but it's still lively fun for teenagers.
McBride agrees to give his accountant a hand in a bitter custody battle. But when the man is accused of murdering his therapist everything changes. (2005)
1967. Stars Ferlin Husky, John Caradine & Basil Rathbone. Two singers and their agent spend the night at a ramshackle house. Of course, it's haunted, and they find themselves at the mercy of ghosts.
Mystery starring Andie MacDowell and Daniel Sunjata. A detective is asked to reopen a twenty-year-old murder case, and soon finds himself embroiled in politics. (2010)
American marines are sent to a Japanese-occupied Pacific island that has been subjected to a bombing campaign, only to encounter heavy resistance from the surviving enemy forces. Second World War adventure, starring Richard Harrison and Pamela Tudor. In Italian.
1973. Drama. It's high speed adventure and ever-present danger in this tale of a young drag racer seeking to be the best in the world.
A teacher returns to Japan and gets a job at a high school, where he becomes a popular and respected member of staff. However, the man is hiding the fact he is a sociopathic killer and resorts to murder when he becomes involved in blackmail and an illicit affair. Takashi Miike's horror thriller, starring Hideaki Ito. In Japanese.
1950. Drama. Stars Howard Connell & Russell Hunter. A Merton Park Studios Production. A young artist is almost driven to murder from the pressures of living in the Glasgow slum area.
1995. Drama starring Gary Webster and Chris Jury. Factory worker and fly-by-night Jimmy loves a little flutter so when he receives an 'open sesame' to a big bucks game, he can't resist.
A story about a luxury liner and a stolen necklace - sounds familiar? The script of Titanic might not be poetry, but it's a darn sight better than the drivel that passes for dialogue in this dismal comedy. Co-screenwriter Michael Pertwee enjoyed considerable success both before and after making a contribution to this venture, which is so unfunny that even gallant troupers Ronald Shiner and Brian Rix cannot conceal their dismay.
Two brothers take revenge on a gang of outlaws when one of them is falsely charged with a robbery. Stars Tony Kendall. (1971)
1956. Directed by Guy Fergusson and starring Marcia Manolescue, Gillian Harrison and Fella Edmonds. A group of schoolchildren come upon an alien from Venus, and help him against a gang of criminals.
A dentist with gambling debts discovers his wife is having an affair with one of his patients and wants a divorce. He plans to get revenge by poisoning the lover with his wife's heart medication, so she will be suspected - but he reckons without the attentions of the crumpled cop. Crime drama, starring Peter Falk, James Read, Paul Burke, Jo Anderson and Nancy Walker.
1960. Comedy. What a Whopper is a comedy from former documentarist Gilbert Gunn. Adam Faith stars in this tale about a struggling writer who fakes photographs of the Loch Ness monster.
Wild Bill Hickock, Buffalo Bill and Calamity Jane attempt to get a railroad extended into Texas. Stars Brian Keith and Robert Culp. (1963)
(2009) The trio of animated singing rodents return for another family adventure. This time they must cope with attending school and rivalry with a female singing group. [S]
Murder mystery starring Kellie Martin and Nina Siemaszko. A bookstore owner and amateur sleuth investigates the murder of the daughter of a dead man with an inheritance. (2005)
Comic relationship drama with Kevin Kline and Maggie Smith. Inheriting a Paris apartment, Mathias 'Jim' Gold arrives to find the place comes with strings attached. [HD]  [AD,S]
Dramatic interpretation of the love story of Prince William (Dan Amboyer) and Kate Middleton (Alice St. Clair) that led to one of the most celebrated weddings in history. (2011)
1960. Crime. Director: Charles Saunders. Stars Jill Ireland, David McCallum & Kenneth Cope. After Johnny takes the rap for a robbery he committed with Terry, Terry muscles in on Johnny's girlfriend.