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Certification18 Our Rating

Let's be honest, you either love or hate cinema's infamous enfant terrible, Lars von Trier. Those of you who love him you will find ĎAntichrist' his most entertaining and beautifully orchestrated work to date. Layered, witty and wryly tongue-in-cheek at every turn, ĎAntichrist' is brutal, honest and intelligent in both its observation of human emotion and in its exploration of a life riddled with love, loss and psychosis. Those of you who hate him however (and for newcomers who aren't familiar w find out more...

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A penniless pianist learns that contract-killing target Alfredo Garcia is already dead and sets out to recover his head and claim the bounty. Perhaps Peckinpah's most complex and critically controversial film, an eclectic mix of existensial quest, gothic tale, political critique of American involvement in Latin America and a love story of two losers challenging destiny. Set in Mexico. find out more...

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Based on Anthony Burgess's novel, Clockwork Orange is a profoundly disturbing movie focusing on the mind-numbing amorality and brutality of gang-leader Alex and the even darker machinations of a government that wants to control him. Striking, masterful, seriously in your face, Clockwork Orange is deservedly up there with some of Kubrick's best work. find out more...
EL TOPO (1971)

Certification18 Our Rating

The highly eccentric and totally brilliant Alexandro Jodorowsky doesn't make films like anybody else. Directed, written by and starring the man himself "El Topo" is a violent, surreal, quasi-religious Western, if that makes sense (which like the film it doesn't). AJ plays the nomadic lone gunslinger of the title, mostly shooting people for the first half, before being reincarnated as the comedian-cum-holyman protector of a community of deformed outcasts. No doubt some would attempt to read all s find out more...

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The most perverse Frankenstein flick ever. While the Baron's sister/wife gives the village stud a good going over in her boudoir, the man himself is carving up the locals to create two perfect zombies to spawn a master race. Incest, necrophilia and yards of technicolour entrails. Stomach-churning! find out more...
HAZE (2007)

Certification15 Our Rating

A man awakes to find himself squashed into a strange, cramped and maze-like structure. Bleeding from a stomach wound, he begins to explore his prison and to find out where he is and why he is there. Dark, claustrophobic and bloody - Haze is a short, sharp, celluloid shock. find out more...

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Eight months after a disastrous job in Kiev left him physically and mentally scarred, ex-soldier turned contract killer, Jay, is pressured by his partner, Gal, into taking a new assignment. As they descend into the dark and disturbing world of the contract, Jay begins to unravel once again, his fear and paranoia sending him deep into the heart of darkness. An find out more...


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A Canadian cult classic with its own language, created by Anthony Burgess, and with choreographiy from Desmond Morris. A simple tale of the Ulam tribe's quest to replace the life-sustaining flame that's been nicked from them by another bunch of marauding Paleolithics. A fascinating look at the trials of life 80,000 years ago, with extraordinary performances and some gruesome violence. find out more...

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An unusual departure (if you exclude the violence) for Peckinpah, though the key elements of mans' inhumanity to man and his ultimate emotional expression through aggression are very much present. An American mathematician and his English wife escape the hostility of New York for the apparent tranquillity of Cornwall, only to find themselves in great peril and finally discovering the overwhelming desire for retribution. Straw Dogs was banned due to its explicit violence, but bar the uneasy feeli find out more...