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BLOW-UP (1966)

Certification15 Our Rating

A succesful photograper in swinging sixties London leads an aimless existence. Then one day he apparently witnesses a murder in the park. A slow moving thriller, Antonioni's film is also a meditation on the relationship of film to reality and the relationship of the individual to society. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

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...
IF .... (1968)

Certification15 Our Rating

The 1960s and tradition is teetering on the edge, a group of minor public school boys can't hack it any more and rebellion brews. Discovering a cache of automatic weapons, they revolt bloodily against the establishment around them, from the rooftop they engage in a firefight with the teachers and other students, who are armed with the Army Cadet training rifles. A classic of the English cinema... rise up all teens. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Brilliant Monty Python skit on the life of Christ which also takes a few swipes at the sectarian nature of British left wing political parties. Brian never wanted to be a messiah but fame is thrust upon him. Caused a huge outcry when it was released. Still banned in the Republic of Ireland!! find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Chas is a gangland killer, on the run from his former employers, who moves in on a lacklustre ex-rock singer and his two girlfriends. This psychedelic film juxtaposes Chas's violent energy and the fading rock star's languidness. 'Performance' is treasured as a 'sixties' classic and was Roeg's directorial debut. find out more...

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You were only supposed to blow the bloody doors off! A classic sixties comedy/thriller with Michael Caine and a bunch of Brits blagging a big Italian bank. Lots of style action, laughs and a superbly choreographed car escape sequence. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Absorbing, atmospheric portrayal of a suave, decadent man's decline and fall when his man-servant wreaks subtle havoc from below the stairs. Class-warfare at its unsettling and British best! find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A puritanical Scots detective goes to a Western Scottish island to investigate the alleged disappearance of a young schoolgirl. An outsider in a pagan Celtic world he gradually begins to uncover a web of medieval superstition and pagan worship. A highly recommended gothic horror film. Give it a go !!!!!! find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

It's 1969 and the end of an era. Withnail and I' are two "resting" actors enjoying a decadent lifestyle in Camden on a diet of booze and drugs. Finding themselves in need of rejuvenation, they set off on holiday to the country cottage of Withnail's mad uncle Monty in Penrith. A sharp and witty romp, and one of the greatest, and quintessentially British, films of all time. find out more...