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ALIEN (1979)

Certification18 Our Rating

Much imitated but never equalled, this is the definitive space nightmare. The crew of a commercial spacecraft are stalked by a stowaway, mutating monster of veracious appetite. Weaver puts in a splendidly believable performance as the resourceful Ripley. Taut script and awesome special FX. find out more...
ALIENS (1986)

Certification18 Our Rating

The long-awaited special extended version of the brilliant sequel to the sci-fi classic "Alien". Containing seventeen minutes of extra footage showing the previously unexplained background of the terrifying planet where the Alien has bred and which Officer Ellen Ripley must now return to. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

As this movie cost 20,000,000 dollars to make you might expect the special effects to be something special and they are! The story of mankinds first meeting with aliens, told on a lavish scale with quasi-mystical overtones. A brilliantly conceived epic, superbly directed by Spielberg. find out more...
DUNE (1985)

Certification15 Our Rating

Lynch has toiled to condense Frank Herbert's mammoth SF novel into two hours twenty: 10000 years in the future the life-and-death struggle between the Atreides and Harkonnens for the vital spice Melange, which is vital for space travel and is guarded by giant mile-long worms, takes place on a third planet - Arrakis, the desert planet, home to the Fremen, dune dwellers with vivid blue eyes. Fremen legend tells of a Messiah who will be able to drink the water of life, previous tasters having tried find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

The classic science-fiction film that brought us Robbie The Robot. When a space cruiser is sent to investigate the silence from a planet inhabited by scientists, the crew find all but two of the inhabitants, Professor Morbius and his bewitchingly innocent daughter, have died. Morbius has made a discovery and he has no intention of sharing it (or his daughter!) with anyone. Classy kitsch. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

SOLARIS (1972)

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Tarkovsky's masterpiece - often described as the Russian version of 2001. Madness threatens all those who work on the space station that orbits the mysterious planet Solaris and the newcomer Chris Kelvin is doubly haunted by memories of his dead wife. A great metaphor for inner development. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

JJ Abrams reinvents Star Trek and the cast, going back in time to before Captain Kirk run a ship when he was a young, brash, arrogant, opinionated genius. The designs are immaculate, the characters engaging and this hugely budgeted sci-fi action adventure is high in entertainment - a renegade Romulan from the future wreaking revenge on the Federation with the use of a black hole! A must watch. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

The jury's still out on whether director Paul Verhoeven (Robocop, Total Recall, Showgirls) is a blatantly gung-ho philistine, or a supreme p**s-taker of all things American. But the fact is, this frenzied, futuristic actioner is a hit of humongous proportions. Extraterrestrial bugs have invaded Earth, so Earth has declared war on Bugland. Casper Van Dien plays square-jawed, all-American boy Johnny Rico, who leads a pack of equally meat-headed raw recruits on a mission to kick some insect-ass on find out more...