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Certification12 Our Rating

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

Certification18 Our Rating

The funniest, sexiest and most stylish Dracula film ever! Made by Andy Warhol's sidekick, Blood for Dracula follows the tortured, vegetarian Count as he and his menacing manservant set forth for Italy in the early 19th century, complete with coffin on roof-rack, searching for juicy Catholic virgins. Visually stunning and deliciously deadpan. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

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...

CertificationPG Our Rating

The original big screen romantic epic that fired the hearts of generations to come. Set against the backdrop of the American Civil War and telling the tale of the love between Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler, it's the history of a selfish woman who doesn't want to admit her feelings about the man she loves, and finally loses. Won Best Picture at 1939 Academy Awards. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Seminal vampire film, the first to be based upon the Bram Stoker tale. An estate agent's clerk from Bremen embarks on a journey to Orlock's castle, where a client of his resides. On arrival, the full horror of the inhabitants confront him. Wonderful imagery and direction. Imitated but never equalled. find out more...

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Tim Burton brings Stephen Sondheim's musical prodigy to the big screen and as you'd expect he does a beautiful and atmospheric job of it. Both Depp and Carter revel in the opportunity given to them and the tale has a gloriously dark, gruesomely humourous tone, which brings me on to my own personal issues… the modern musical; much of the the of dialogue in Sweeney Todd is sung and there is just so much lilting 'mockney' cockney I can take. I can accept this is hugely entertaining film, it's just find out more...

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A man deformed by a rare illness is taken up and patronised by fashionable London society - another freak show for the elephant man to be exhibited in. David Lynch's highly individual style here perfectly complements the film's material. A dark and brooding, yet sympathetic and sentimental film. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Shortly after coming to live with orphans Flora and Miles in their dark, eerie mansion, the new governess begins to realise that her young charges share their bodies with evil spirits and sets about trying to save the children from their fate at increasing personal risk to herself. Based on Henry James' gothic ghost tale "The Turn Of The Screw", 'The Innocents' is rich in malevolent atmosphere, a classic spine chiller. find out more...

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Ford turns Monument Valley into an interior landscape as Wayne, and a half breed, pursue his five-year odyssey, a grim quest to kill both the Indian who abducted his niece and the tainted girl herself. Essential viewing and generally hailed as one of the greatest westerns. find out more...