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Certification18 Our Rating

Superbly stylish and atmospheric thriller set in the steamy New Orleans of 1955. Down and out private eye Harry Angel is hired by the sinister Louis Cyphre to find a missing crooner who's been dabbling in the occult. But Harry's leads keep winding up ritually murdered. Chilling, erotic, brilliant. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Back in 1348 the Black Death was ravaging England and, with superstition rampant, scapegoats were being sought. A young monk has a secret lover whom he advises to retreat to her native woods, but to follow her means abandoning his monastery and betraying God. His opportunity arises with the arrival a band of men (think the Inquisition), who seek out an isolated village near the woods where the locals have supposedly avoided death by following the practices of a necromancer. It is in this villa find out more...

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Murder, magic and South African politics mix in a nightmarish world of mysticism and ritual slaughter. Drawn to the drought-ridden town of Bethany by the smell of death, shape-shifting 'Hitcher with No Name' (Burke) kills and dismembers a lonely young woman who picks him up. While the hitcher feeds off the despair of others, including fugitive wife Field, local policeman Mokae enlists the help of a half-mad, half-blind cinema projectionist in his search for a suspected serial killer. The non-lin find out more...

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When nerdy Needy's sexy cheerleader best friend Jennifer disappears one night after a gig only to surface covered in blood and spewing excesses of black goo and as one after another of their male classmates turn up dead and gutted Needy starts to suspect Jen.
A teen movie for girls after something different or males who fancy Megan Fox (there's even an incredibly unsubtle erotic lesbian kiss) and all disguised as a comedy horror. 'Jennifer's Body' is bound not to appeal to normal adults. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A brilliant horror film with Mia Farrow as the mother, pregnant for the first time, living in an ageing New York apartment block and surrounded by a weird bunch of neighbours. Mostly alone and increasingly paranoid she becomes convinced they form a witch's coven with designs on her baby. Superb.

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SUSPIRIA (1976)

Certification18 Our Rating

A young girl turns up at her new ballet school only to undergo a series of experiences not in the normal choreographer's manual. Extraordinarily grotesque murders pile up as Argento happily abandons plot mechanics to provide a superb display of his technical skill with an eye for the bizarre and for vulgar over-decoration. The most gothic movie ever made, stylish, tongue in cheek, over the top and it still manages to scare you! Watch it! find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

It's back! The most squealchingly sensational scream of a horror movie; Raimi's re-released riotously tasteless voyage into madness, demonic possession and the reign of chaos. Stomach-churningly revolting, hysterically funny, and a must for all hard-core horror fans, and comedy voyeurs alike. find out more...

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The gloriously ghoulish Christopher Walken stars in this satisfyingly sinister supernatural chiller. A novice priest spooked by nightmares, ducks out of his ordination and becomes a cop instead. Years later, it seems the forces of evil and the ghosts of his past have come back to haunt him. Spooky. 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...

Certification18 Our Rating

Set against the background of the English Civil War, this tale of the violent persecution of alleged witches by the eponymous central character is a masterpiece of 60's British cinema. Excellent performances, (especially Vincent Price's), complement evocative use of scenery. One point of interest is the changes in film stock, which makes the film appear redder at the end than at the beginning, a deliberate ploy on behalf of the director who uses the deepening crimson to symbolise the story's find out more...