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Certification15 Our Rating

Episodes- 7: Unauthorized Cinnamon, 8: Leviathan Smiles, 9: Amateur Night. find out more...

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Episodes- 10: A Constant Throb, 11: The Catbird Seat, 12: Tell HIm Something Pretty. find out more...
DJANGO (1965)

Certification18 Our Rating

One of the finest Spaghetti's in the west! Banned for 25 years, it has lost nothing of its hard-edged impact. The gringos are bad and the law are worse! The hero, Django, dispenses justice from a smoking Gatling gun, and sounds like a dubbed Clint Eastwood. Absolutely superb! find out more...
FEARLESS (2006)

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Based on the real life legend Huo Yuanjia, this brutal martial arts epic focuses on his entrance into an international fighting tournaments for the honour of his motherland. Eventually he is challenged him to take on four foreign champions in a single evening; a British boxer, a German lancer, a Spanish fencer and a Japanese martial artist. However the only way to stop him is by poison, a fact that his honourable Japanese opponent recognises and cedes victory over. Starring Jet Li and choreograp 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...

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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 stunningly photographed epic western and Peckinpah's finest film. This is a tale of two old friends forced onto opposite sides of the law by the greed of cattle barons. A brilliant portrait of the arbitriness of the law during the twilight years of the Wild West. Essential viewing and, of course, there's Bob Dylan's soundtrack. find out more...

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Crusading frontier policeman Captain Stanley captures the fugitive Burns brothers, Charley and Mikey, at the scene of a bloody rape and murder. Informing Charley that he must kill his older brother, Arthur, in order to avoid the execution of Mikey, Stanley retreats to an old jailhouse and awaits the bloody outcome. Director John Hillcoat's second collaboration with Nick Cave (here contributing the film's screenplay and soundtrack), is a taut and often brutal character study of desperation ami find out more...