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CertificationU Our Rating

Jules Verne's classic underwater adventure is brought vividly to life in this 1950's Disney adaptation, thanks in large part to some great monster effects, and James Mason's scene stealing portrayal of Captain Nemo as mad genius. Huge fun.

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Certification12 Our Rating

The year is 2055 and, if you are rich enough, you can go on a time-travel safari to bag yourself a dinosaur or whatever else takes your fancy. Unfortunately that old chestnut, chaos theory, throws a spanner in the works when an expedition accidently changes the time line and the world back home begins an inexorable shift towards an alternative evolution that threatens all of humanity. Luckily, Edward Burns is on hand as the head scientist and expedition leader who has to race against time (liter find out more...
ALIEN 3 (1992)

Certification18 Our Rating

The third installment of Ripley's nightmare. Brilliantly conceived and brave denouement of the Alien trilogy, with Ripley stranded on a prison planet inhabited by psychopathic British actors....and IT. Brutal and cold, the atmosphere is superb, and the lack of guns and bangs only adds to it. And then they made another one... find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Sigourney Weaver returns as New and Improved Ripley. Utterly annihilated at the end of Alien 3, the bits of her left over have been patched up by mad, misguided space scientists, who've added more than a dash of alien DNA for good measure. This has the extraordinary effect of endowing her with a Harlem Globetrotter sized talent for basketball, and a nifty repertoire of one-liners to rival Oscar Wilde. It also gives her an enormous dose of that kick-ass attitude a girl needs if she's going to ove find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

An ancient shrine is discovered buried deep within the Antarctic ice, encouraging an elite group of explorers and scientists, under the financial umbrella of a corporate mogul, to investigate its hidden treasures. What the hapless band discover are two alien creatures, one is the ultimate killer, the other is the ultimate hunter…..bugger! This inevitable composite of two of the movies' best intergalactic killers does exactly what you'd expect, yes it stands up badly in comparison to the original find out more...
ALIENS (1986)

Certification18 Our Rating

The long-awaited special extended version of the brilliant sequel to the sci-fi classic "Alien". Containing seventeen minutes of extra footage showing the previously unexplained background of the terrifying planet where the Alien has bred and which Officer Ellen Ripley must now return to. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Joe Cornish (of 'Adam & Joe' near-fame) pulls a blinder in his directorial debut: a fine monster movie, imbued with wry humour and disarming pathos. The efficient plot involves a teen gang in South London defending their block from an alien invasion, after encountering (and brutalising) one of the invaders. The eponymous block becomes a strong character in its own right, resplendent in drizzle, sodium yellow streetlights and piss-stained lifts, and this familiarity provides the source for much o find out more...
BATS (2000)

Certification15 Our Rating

Mutant bats start devouring a sleepy small town in Texas and 80's brat-packer Lou Diamond Phillips finds himself knee-deep in guano as he battles to save his hometown from the winged menace. A fun but very silly nature-run-amok offering. find out more...

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...

Certification15 Our Rating

You know how before this came out at the cinema there was massive internet hype, a mind boggling disaster, sci-fi, horror, action flick, but bugger all about what the plot actually involved? Well that's because apart from monsters reeking havoc in New York, and some pretty young things trapped in the carnage, there is no plot; nada, zilch, nothing. Cloverfield works so well because it stoutly refuses to offer you anything other than adrenalin fuelled, clammy palmed escapism and filming it throug find out more...