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  • Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key
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    Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key

    Sergio Martino directs this 'giallo' thriller based on the short story 'The Black Cat' by Edgar Allan Poe. Luigi Pistilli stars as Oliviero, a failed writer and alcoholic who is abusive to his wife Irina (Anita Strindberg). Irina finds herself irrationally terrified of Oliviero's cat, Satan. When Oliviero's mistress is found dead he is in the spotlight, so on discovering the murdered body of the maid at his home, Oliviero chooses to hide it believing he would almost certainly be charged with both murders. With the killer still at large, Oliviero receives an untimely visit from his niece Floriana (Edwige Fenech) who manipulates both him and Irina, adding to the atmosphere of stifling paranoia and fear.
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  • Zardoz
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    Zardoz

    Feature  >  Sci-Fi
    Cult sci-fi action starring Sean Connery. In the distant future the world is divided between two classes, the Barbarians and the Elite, with the former working in poverty and misery to support the decadence of the latter. The Elite have fashioned a huge flying stone head, the mask of the god Zardoz, and use it to collect grain from the Barbarians and keep them under their power. When one of the Barbarians, Zed (Connery), discovers a copy of L. Frank Baum's 'The Wonderful Wizard of Oz' in an old library he realises that what he has been told is a lie, jumps aboard the stone head, and begins an odyssey to uncover the secrets of the gods.
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  • Videodrome
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    Videodrome

    Feature  >  Horror
    Looking for new thrills, cable TV programmer Max Renn (James Woods) stumbles upon an S&M satellite channel called 'Videodrome', which seems to depict real people being killed and tortured. His kinky girlfriend, Nicki (Debbie Harry), is somehow involved in the station, and as Max becomes more addicted to the violence it depicts on the screen, the boundary between real life and television disappears amidst a host of increasingly bizarre hallucinations.
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    Videodrome
  • A Bay of Blood
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    A Bay of Blood

    Feature  >  Horror
    Bond-girl Claudine Auger stars in cult director Mario Bava's influential precursor to the contemporary slasher movie. When an old heiress is murdered, thirteen candidates arrive in hope of inheriting her fortune and instead come face-to-face with a dedicated serial killer. Meanwhile, a gaggle of beach-partying hippies are murdered in a variety of grisly manners.
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  • The Visitor
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    The Visitor

    Feature  >  Horror
    Sci-fi horror which revolves around a young girl named Katy (Paige Conner) and the war fought over her by supernatural forces. Katy and her telekinetic powers are highly sought after by a global conspiracy who want to take over the world, and by the intergalactic warrior 'The Visitor', who possesses the same powers and knows they should be used for the good of mankind. Both sides are concerned with carrying Katy's genes forward as they grapple with the fate of their universe, battling through multiple dimensions across space.
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    The Visitor
  • Battle Royale (Director's Cut)
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    Battle Royale (Director's Cut)

    Director's cut of the Japanese adventure horror directed by Kinji Fukasaku. With schoolchildren all over the country growing increasingly delinquent, the Japanese government takes decisive action and introduces the Battle Royale Act. The Act sets forth a plan whereby a class will be chosen at random and flown to a remote island, where each student will then be given a weapon and set loose to fight their classmates, each student knowing that only one of their number will be allowed to leave the island alive. When Class B of Zentsuji Middle School are chosen to take part in the massacre, the different students quickly take sides against each other, but Shuya (Tatsuya Fujiwara) and Noriko (Aki Maeda) form an alliance in an attempt to survive the experience together.
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    Battle Royale (Director's Cut)
  • Deep Red
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    Deep Red

    Italian giallo co-written and directed by Dario Argento. The film follows musician Marcus Daly (David Hemmings) on the trail of a sadistic killer as he delves into the psyche behind the gory and symbolic murder scenes he examines. Meanwhile the death toll mounts alarmingly...
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    Deep Red
  • Tenebrae
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    Tenebrae

    Feature  >  Horror
    Italian horror written and directed by Dario Argento. Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) is a mystery writer in Rome to promote his new novel. His stay is disturbed by a crazed maniac who begins a terrifying murder spree, stuffing his victims' mouths with pages from Neal's books. With the death toll continuing to rise and the police struggling to find any leads, Neal and his assistant Anne (Daria Nicolodi) begin an investigation of their own. The cast also includes John Saxon, Guiliano Gemma and Christian Borromeo.
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    Tenebrae
  • Vamp
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    Vamp

    Feature  >  Comedy
    1980s comedy horror starring singer Grace Jones. A bunch of college students go to a nightclub to search for a stripper for their fraternity party. However, it all goes disastrously wrong when the women turn out to be vampires.
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    Vamp
  • Madman
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    Madman

    Feature  >  Horror
    US slasher horror written and directed by Joe Giannone. Gathered round a campfire, a group of counsellors at a summer camp begin telling stories of Madman Marz (Paul Ehlers), a local farmer who one night butchered his wife and kids and disappeared into the woods never to be seen again. According to the stories, if Marz's name is said out loud, then he will emerge from the forest to kill again. When a counsellor named Richie (Jimmy Steele) decides to test the theory by shouting out Marz's name, the group soon find themselves in a deadly fight to survive. The cast also includes Gaylen Ross, Tony Fish and Harriet Bass.
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    Madman
  • Big Trouble in Little China
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    Big Trouble in Little China

    When his friend's fiancée is kidnapped, truck driver Jack Burton (Kurt Russell) embarks upon an unlikely adventure beneath the streets of San Francisco's Chinatown. It seems that the fiancée, green-eyed Gracie Law (Kim Cattrall), has been taken by 2,000-year-old wizard Lo Pan (James Hong), who needs to marry a woman with green eyes if he is to regain his physical form. With guns at the ready, Jack storms into the Chinatown underworld ready to rescue Gracie from Lo Pan's clutches, but with the supernatutal and martial arts forces that are ranged against him, it's a task that is going to be anything but easy.
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    Big Trouble in Little China
  • Audition
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    Audition

    Takashi Miike directs this Japanese horror. Seven years on from the death of his wife, Shigeharu Aoyama (Ryo Ishibashi) decides it is time to remarry. A friend suggests that he might seek out potential spouses by holding auditions for a non-existent video project and this leads him to meet Asami Yamasaki (Eihi Shiina), a 24-year-old dancer who captivates him immediately. Aoyama begins seeing her on a regular basis, and thinks that she really might be the woman for him, but his friend Yoshikawa (Jun Kunimura) becomes suspicious, and after some investigation discovers the young woman is not at all who she claims to be...
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    Audition
  • The Delta Force
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    The Delta Force

    Feature  >  Action
    Chuck Norris and Lee Marvin form a special military task force to rescue hostages from a hijacked plane. This leads - quite naturally - to chases, stunts, and a healthy dose of martial arts action. Based on a real event, the 1985 hijacking of a TWA jet in Athens, but adapted to include Chuck Norris' specially customized rocket-launching motorbike.
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    The Delta Force
  • David Cronenberg's Early Works
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    David Cronenberg's Early Works

    Feature  >  Sci-Fi
    Collection of two short films and two feature length productions from the early career of writer and director David Cronenberg. Short film 'Transfer' (1966) features the story of a doctor and his patient, while 'From the Drain' (1967) follows the conversation of two war veterans reminiscing about past conflicts. In the futuristic feature 'Stereo' (1969), seven young adults volunteer to undergo brain surgery which will give them telepathic powers. Finally, in 'Crimes of the Future' (1970), dermatologist Adrian Tripod (Ronald Mlodzik) searches for his mentor after a catastrophic plague wipes out the female population.
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    David Cronenberg's Early Works
  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
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    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

    Feature  >  Horror
    US horror sequel directed by Tobe Hooper. This time around the action focuses on Texas Ranger Lofty Enright (Dennis Hopper), a man obsessed with finding the lunatic murderers of his brother's kids. When he hears that DJ Vantia Block (Caroline Williams) has a recording of a chainsaw attack made when Leatherface (Bill Johnson) and his pals descended upon a caller during a radio phone-in, he tries to persuade her to use the recording to lure the killers out into the open. She agrees, but neither DJ nor Ranger are quite prepared for the madness they are about to encounter.
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    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
  • Hellraiser
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    Hellraiser

    Feature  >  Horror
    Clive Barker's screen adaptation of his novella 'The Hellbound Heart'. Sexual profligate Frank Cotton (Sean Chapman) opens a Chinese puzzle box and discovers the entrance to Hell, where the resident Cenobites led by Pinhead (Doug Bradley) rip the flesh from him. When Frank's brother Larry (Andrew Robinson) and his wife Julia (Clare Higgins) then move into Frank's house, a skeletal Frank appears to his sister-in-law and asks her to supply him with corpses for his regeneration. The cast also includes Ashley Laurence, Simon Bamford and Robert Hines.
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    Hellraiser
  • Lifeforce
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    Lifeforce

    Feature  >  Sci-Fi
    British sci-fi horror directed by Tobe Hooper. A joint Anglo-American mission headed by Commander Tom Carlsen (Steve Railsback) explores an alien spaceship discovered inside Haley's Comet and finds a trio of naked slumbering humanoid aliens. When they wake up, the aliens make quick work of Carlsen's team, sucking the life force from their unsuspecting bodies, and are soon charting a course back to Earth ready to take on the general population. Carlsen does his best to stop the invasion, but in no time at all London is placed at the mercy of beautiful vampire alien Space Girl (Mathilda May).
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    Lifeforce
  • The Hills Have Eyes
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    The Hills Have Eyes

    Feature  >  Horror
    Horror written and directed by Wes Craven. The Carter family, travelling across the Californian Desert in a camper van, run into trouble when a broken axle leaves them stranded in the middle of an abandoned nuclear testing site. After their initial attempts to find help fail, they unwittingly stumble into the territory of a group of cannibalistic mutants who stalk their prey with the aid of CB radios. With night closing in, the gruesome Pluto (Michael Berryman) leads an attack on the helpless family. Lost, terrified and defenceless, the Carters are forced to go to extreme measures in order to survive the night.
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    The Hills Have Eyes
  • Rollerball
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    Rollerball

    Feature  >  Sci-Fi
    In the year 2018, the world is ruled by corporate powers and one of the principle forms of entertainment is Rollerball, a fast paced sport played around a circular track. When the reigning champion (James Caan) becomes too popular, and refuses the corporation's request that he retire, the rules of the sport are changed in a deliberate attempt to get rid of him - the contestants now find themselves engaged in a game where the main objective is to kill your opponent.
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    Rollerball
  • Thief
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    Thief

    Feature  >  Drama
    Michael Mann writes and directs this crime drama starring James Caan as the titular criminal. Professional jewel thief Frank (Caan) needs just one more job before he can retire with his girlfriend Jessie (Tuesday Weld) and fulfil his dream of starting a family. The opportunity arrives in the form of a proposition from Chicago gangster Leo (Robert Prosky), who wants Frank to get into a high-security vault in Los Angeles. Frank agrees, enlisting the help of his friend Barry (James Belushi), but it transpires that the job is not as straightforward as it at first seemed...
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    Thief