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Certification12 Our Rating

Michelle breaks up with her boyfriend and, in a panicked drive interstate, ends up unconcious in her vehicle by the side of the road. Thankfully, Howard was driving by and took her to his nearby home where he put her on a drip and nursed her back to health - well, sort of. When Michelle comes to she finds herself in his cellar, in a locked room, handcuffed to the wall. Howard says an alien apocalypse is taking place but Michelle isn't so sure. What follows is a tense find out more...

AGENCY (1980)

Certification15 Our Rating

A mysterious millionaire buys an ad agency and begins to replace its employees with his own people, who don't appear to be advertising types at all.

This story is pretty terrible but the subliminal message big reveal is really enjoyable. 

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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...

Certification12 Our Rating

A trio of tales told portmanteau style with Boris Karloff as your host; find out more...
CASH (2008)

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Certification15 Our Rating

Day Watch is a tour-de-force of post-Communist Russian cinema and has become the country's biggest grossing movie to date; it continues the saga of light vs dark begun in 'Night Watch' and is crammed full of stunning special effects and action. If you liked 'Night Watch' then "Day Watch" will give you much, much more of what you want... fabulous (if not somewhat incomprehensible). find out more...
DEVIL (2010)

Certification15 Our Rating

Five seemingly ordinary people become trapped in an elevator, but each has a dark secret that requires them to be harvested by the devil, whoís gone undercover and is actually one of the lift's occupants...Ye right, like Beelzebubís going to give a personal toss about five bog standard punters when the world is awash with some seriously full on naughties. Lights go off, someone dies, lights come on everyone left alive thinks itís everyone else; repeat for 80 minutes, avoid an intelligent twist a find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Keanu Reeves plays a hotshot young lawyer (and he's not half bad, either!) in this curious cocktail of courtroom thriller and occult chiller. Fresh from the Southern states to start a plum new job in a high-flying New York practice, young Keanu foolishly fails to recognise that jovial new boss Al Pacino is, in fact, none other than the Prince of Darkness. This despite a trail of diabolically obvious clues which are all but written in blood for him. The wildly unbelievable plot drags on for just find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The original prequel that was shelved in favour of the Renny Harlin abomination follows a similar narrative with a young Father Merrin fighting Pazuzu in the heart of post-WW2 colonial Africa. More atmospheric and without as many truely hokey special effects as 'The Beginning' but still nothing to write home about. find out more...