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ED WOOD (1995)

Certification15 Our Rating

Stylish biopic of Ed Wood who, since his premature death has gained the dubious moniker of being Hollywood's worst ever film director. With his motley crew of TV horror queen, Swedish wrestler, washed up junkie, Bela Lugosi et al, this transvestite gave us treats like "Plan 9 From Outer Space". Fab. find out more...

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They're back at it. The fiendish little critters take over a Manhattan skyscraper and terrorise the inhabitants, and even worse they become sinister experiments for genetic engineers with terrifyingly hilarious results. Plenty of clever gags make this a sure thing for anyone who enjoyed the first. find out more...

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How to describe 'Inland Empire' to the uninitiated? I think the answer is if you're new to David Lynch films don't start with this one, if you like his stuff you'll love it. Nikki, a leading Hollywood film actress, but living an empty life, starts work on a film that is a remake of an old Polish film that was never completed due to too many on set deaths. People, especially Nikki, get whisked from place to place and time to time in a series of nightmarish non-sequiturs, but at least you know whe find out more...
SHORTBUS (2006)

Certification18 Our Rating

If you thought Hedwig and the Angry Inch was a film unlike any other you'd seen before, get ready for Shortbus: a frank and fun film about the sex lives of humans, ostensibly set in New York, but relevant to every one of us. The plot plays a supporting role in what is, in many ways, a beautifully disguised self-help documentary. Sex therapist Sofia (played by Canadian radio star, Sook-Yin Lee) has frequent, athletic (yet frustratingly unfulfilling) intercourse with her boyfriend. Her seeming ina find out more...

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Just simply the best musical ever made. Witty, inventive, brilliant, wonderful and slightly surreal, managing to parody Hollywood without ever quite descending into self-parody.

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All time classic wonderfully filmed by Wilder, featuring great performances from Holden, as a bankrupt screenwriter seeking refuge, and Swanson, a faded star in a crumbling mansion, who pins her hopeless hopes of a comeback on the writer. Deliriously dark and nightmarish masterpiece. find out more...

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A self-narrated and consequently potted history of the producer Robert Evans, a man who rose from nowhere and made possible some of the greatest movies of the 1970s. Not least of which being ‘The Godfather'. A prodigious mover and shaker, Evans' rarefied world went belly up when the scandals started to come thicker and faster than the successes. The kid stays in the picture is a fascinating insight into the world of the Hollywood power broker. find out more...

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Steve Zissou is an underwater adventurer, a man who epitomises the word ‘eccentric’. Having lost his friend and partner to a hitherto unknown Jaguar shark Steve decides, along with his equally leftfield crew, to devote all his time and non existent funds to hunting down and killing the unlikely creature. Tagging along for the trip is a young man who may or may not be his son, a sceptical journalist and Zissou’s exasperated ex wife. The Life Aquatic is a delightfully bizarre comic adventure, with find out more...