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Certification18 Our Rating

Ning Tsai-Shen, a humble travelling tax collector, arrives in a small town, but, the inns all being full, he ends up spending the night in the haunted Lan Ro temple. There he meets Taoist swordsman Yen Che-Hsia, who warns him to stay out of trouble, and the beautiful Nieh Hsiao-Tsing, with whom he falls in love. Unfortunately, Hsiao-Tsing is a ghost, bound for all eternity by a hideous tree spirit with an incredibly long tongue that wraps itself round its victims and sucks out their life essence find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Coppola's superbly over-the-top adaptation of Stoker's gothic classic. Oldman is truly chilling as the dark lord, and the supporting cast, especially Hopkins, are admirable. The effects are breathtaking, and Reeves and Ryder provide the humour with their laughable English accents! Brilliant. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A father is haunted by the death of his young child. Omens point to disaster and hallucinations predict the future as this wonderful atmospheric film moves to its disturbing climax. Shot in the beautiful city of Venice and based on the book by Daphne du Maurier.

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CertificationPG Our Rating

A double helping of transmogrification with two classic versions of Robert Louis Stevenson's tale of science run amok, in which an ambitious doctor's experiments on himself turn him into a raving homicidal beast. The 1932 expressionistic spine-tingler, which influenced generations of creature-features, with a more obvious Freudian interpretation of the doctor's schizophrenia is the better of the two. The 1941 star-studded epic helmed by the legendary Victor Fleming (‘Gone with the Wind' and ‘The find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Creeeeak. The granddaddy of them all with its enduringly spooky opening scenes; "I....am....Dracula", the sonorous poetry to the children of the night, Dracula leading the way up the stairway ahead of Renfield, the vampire women backing away from the camera and on to Renfield's cell frenzy. A classic. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Roger Corman and Vincent Price hook up for yet more horror in Edgar Allan Poe's most terrifying tale of passion, possession and purrfect evil find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Dr. Fausto is a man consumed by daily routine, his job as a specialist in find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

The classic version of Frankenstein, often imitated but its stunning style has rarely been bettered. For the unfamiliar, Frankenstein tells the story of a maverick doctor's attempts to create life from the body parts of the deceased. His creation (Frankenstein's Monster...) is the tragic embodiment of goodness. More human than those around him, the monster finds himself needing friendship more and more, before embarking on a doomed relationship with a small girl who takes pity on him. Needless t find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Now regarded as a classic, this is the first Dracula film that Hammer Horror made. Bits such as the famous opening shot with the menacing shadow of Lee gliding down the stairs to emerge as a crisply charming aristocrat, still look excellent. Required viewing for horror buffs. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Malkovich is sexy and sinister as ever in this re-working of the gothic classic Jekyll and Hyde, as seen thruough the eyes of a scullery maid in Dr Jekyll's household. Post-Freud, both Hyde and Frankenstein have evolved into far more sexual animals than their Victorian originals and the chemistry fairly sizzles in this S&M style period drama. find out more...