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Certification12 Our Rating

In 1995, two best mates set out to fool the world. In fact, they need to. Having borrowed 30,000 from A local gangster for footage of an alien autopsy which transpires to be useless, the pair must find a way to recreate the fabled dissection and hoodwink a sceptical public into parting with their cash. Alien Autopsy has a surprising lightness of touch, an affectionate look at its two unlikely heroes and during the "autopsy" itself some genuinely gaspingly hilarious scenes, topped off by a nice find out more...

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A brilliant documentary about the making of Blade Runner in all it's incarnations up to the recently released 'Final Cut'. Packed full of fascinating titbits of trivia and behind the scenes footage this is an absolute must-see for fans of Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Transfer (1966), Cronenberg's first film, is a surreal sketch of a doctor and his patient. From the Drain (1967) finds two men in a bathtub, which may be part of a centre for veterans of a future war. Stereo (1969), Cronenberg's first official feature film, stunningly shot in monochrome, concerns telepaths at the Institute for Erotic Enquiry where patients undergo tests by Dr. Luther Stringfellow. In Crimes of the Future (1970) Cronenberg worked in colour and with a find out more...


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Taking its cue from Chronicle (2012), Project Almanac is part of the "found footage" sci-fi phenomenon sweeping contemporary teen cinema. A group of friends discover time travel and use it to have a lot of fun; rewriting their entry into the high school popularity charts, partying without wasting time, acing tests and getting even with bullies. But, as science would have it, every action has its equal and opposite reaction. Soon the 'jumps' become a desperate attempt to rewrite the rewrite. G find out more...


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Morgan Spurlock, the man responsible for the 2004 documentary 'Super Size Me', here turns his satirical, but increasingly irony free, eye on another of society's most ubiquitous evils: advertising, and specifically the phenomenon o find out more...


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The Prisoner; Ryan Reynolds plays Gary, the star of a television cop show whose life is spiralling out of control. After one particularly riotous evening he finds himself placed under the watchful eye of his publicist, the cheery and tough-minded Margaret, who moves him into the vacated house of another of her clients. Here he meets an attractive and seemingly willing neighbour, Sarah, but strange things begin to happen; he finds notes he doesn't remember writing, he hears noises and he seems to find out more...
WALL-E (2008)

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The year is 2700 and Earth is polluted, barren and exhausted. Wall-E is the last of a group of clean-up robots sent to restore Earth by lifting and compressing the endless quantities of rubbish left behind by a human race that has withdrawn to the safety of space. But with the arrival of an environmental scout robot, Wall-E discovers something he never expected... love. Pixar's latest animation is a beautifully rendered ecological tale that deftly avoids preaching, and though sweet, is never sac find out more...