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Certification15 Our Rating

Based on the myth of the Beast of Gevaudan, a creature that roamed the French countryside in the 18th Century slaughtering women and children. A revolutionary young scientist and his Iroquoi Indian companion are enlisted to hunt down the mysterious and perhaps supernatural animal, but the beast seems impossibly elusive and their troubles are compounded by the local authorities, some of whom appear to be hiding a dark secret. Brotherhood Of The Wolf is an insane mixture of horror, martial arts st find out more...

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An epic telling of the Morte D'Arthur, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, which manages to be bloody realistic, mystical and Wagnerian. find out more...

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How to describe 'Inland Empire' to the uninitiated? I think the answer is if you're new to David Lynch films don't start with this one, if you like his stuff you'll love it. Nikki, a leading Hollywood film actress, but living an empty life, starts work on a film that is a remake of an old Polish film that was never completed due to too many on set deaths. People, especially Nikki, get whisked from place to place and time to time in a series of nightmarish non-sequiturs, but at least you know whe find out more...

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A beautiful elaboration of a Senegalese folk tale; Kirikou summons himself from his mother's womb, only 10 cms tall, but walking, talking, questioning and quickly setting out on a quest to defeat the wicked sorceress who has cursed his people. Kirikou is a beautifully rendered tale with African art as its benchmark and using a flat two-dimensional look. A delight for the children and one that us older, saggier ones can enjoy as well. find out more...

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Story has been wandering the dark passageways beneath the swimming pool of a non-descript apartment block, attempting to evade roaming monsters and return to her alternative universe, but she needs a guardian from our world and hopes that she has found it in the form of unprepossessing Cleveland Heep. 'Lady in The Water' is the latest spooky mystery from M Night Shyamalan (he of ‘Sixth Sense'), slow and overwrought, but not without atmosphere. find out more...

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Guillermo Del Toro's blockbusting tale of a young girl struggling to make sense of the violent world around her was a big 2006 arthouse hit. Continuing his exploration of the impact of the Spanish Civil War on his generation (it was also the backdrop for his excellent ghost story, The Devil's Backbone) Del Toro's fantasy mixes strong horror with fairytale-style aesthetics to great effect, making Ofelia's escape into an imaginary realm a poignant response to the cruel realities of her existence. find out more...

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A dreamworks re-interpretation of the Sinbad legend sees our smart mouthed lethario, a drooling hound and a handy princess on an adventure to save his best friend from the Goddess of Chaos. A slick and pacey animated adventure, even if the original plethora of gods and godesses has been reinvented. find out more...
THE DARK (2005)

Certification15 Our Rating

Adelle decides to take her daughter Sarah to Wales in the hope that the child can rebuild a relationship with her estranged father, but only days after their arrival tragedy strikes when Sarah is swept out to sea and drowned. Tormented by visions of her dead daughter Adelle hears of an ancient legend, a passage way back from a land of the dead should one of the living take the place of the already taken. The Dark is a creepy psychological horror, a wee bit daft admittedly, but there's a good cas find out more...

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Legend has it that whoever is the last person to die on New Year's Eve will be destined to drive the Phantom Carriage collecting dead souls for a year. When a drunkard is found at the stroke of midnight, the victim of a vicious fight, he is forced to relive his past to see how he and those around him have been destroyed by his selfish and destructive ways. Directed by pioneering Swedish film-maker Victor Sjöström "The Phantom Carriage" is arguably the most influential, especially on the legendar find out more...