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CertificationPG Our Rating

A scientific expedition sniffing around in the Amazon awaken the interest of a man in a rubber suit, who proceeds to stalk, kill and kidnap (he's infatuated with the pretty female on board) expedition members. 'Creature From the Black Lagoon' endures as a classic icon from 50s B-movie sci-fi/horror flicks. Every decent DVD library should have this even if it never rents. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

When their sailing holiday is interrupted by the sole survivor of a sinking schooner the high seas turn to terror for a husband and wife. His story of sickness and death is really of madness and murder and they must now throw their all into a battle to survive. A superb and unbearably tense thriller, with Nicole Kidman, Sam Neill and Billy Zane as the unhinged gooseberry. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Preposterous but very entertaining paranormal-actioner, presided over by a tangle of giant squid. A bunch of thieves, led by Treat Williams, board a luxury cruise liner in the South Seas, only to find that all the passengers have had the water sucked out of them by an unknown entity (the aforementioned squid). So it's no great surprise when Treat's gang, poking around in the pitch black floating morgue, begins to diminish in numbers at an alarming rate. Schlock-horror, elevated by a strong cast find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

After meeting at a nightclub in a Mediterranean resort, seven lithe young girls and boys decide to continue partying aboard a luxury yacht in the middle of the ocean. But when one of them dies in a freak sexual accident the genders turn on each other in what becomes a gruesome and murderous fight for survival. An original twist on the ‘teens in peril' horror flick in that at least this time they're doing away with each other. Late night 'Hollyoaks' special anyone? find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Deep in the Louisiana Bayou something big and scaley lurks........and its hungry! A mix of hokey locals, buff scientists and too-rich-to-think-straight hunters face off against genetically engineered fish that are just as efficient at dispatching humans on the land as they are in the water. With some flaky CGI and a noticeable lack of tension in some of the action sequences, Frankenfish is still more fun than it should be and represents an above average addition to the creature-feature genre. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

An indie thriller so dark and dangerously involving that the subtitles are completely unobtrusive. An inoffensive middle-class family set off to their secluded lakeside holiday home for a restful retreat. However the arrival of Peter and Paul puts paid to that as the pair embark on a truly chilling campaign of terror, intermittently turning to camera to consult the viewer as to what should happen next, cleverly implicating their audience in the unfolding horror. Superbly unsettling. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Vitually a shot by shot remake of Haneke's dark and dangerous tale of a family's holiday being wrecked by a pair of sadistic psychopaths. It's difficult to judge remakes having seen the original, the novelty has worn off, but, even if I had to advise watching the latter, this new version still cuts to the bone. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A salvage boat crew stumble across the sort of booty that could retire them for life, but not as they had originally hoped. The find in question is an immense super liner that was believed lost over 40 years ago. It is only when they are aboard that the gang discover this is a ship haunted by a deadly past and evil still prowls its decks. Ghost Ship has some very tasty set pieces but it lacks intelligence and a decent script. Gruesome fun but pretty daft and occasionally becalmed , but hey...w find out more...
JAWS (1975)

Certification12 Our Rating

Top-notch gory horror as killer shark threatens holidaymakers on an island resort. Worse still, the islanders want to hush it up in order to save their livelihoods. Brave or fool hardy? The lifeguard decides to confront the beastie. Some totally tense moments that got millions out of the water. "We're gonna need a bigger boat!" find out more...
JAWS 2 (1978)

Certification12 Our Rating

The good folk of Amity seem to have forgotten the original Jaws and yet again it's left to Police Chief Brody to act alone. This time though the new shark seems to have developed a penchant for teenagers... so watch out kids... just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water!
A reasonable sequel to the great classic with some good scarey moments. find out more...