Genre: Horror

  • Saint Maud

    Saint Maud

    A private nurse for palliative care is convinced that God has a special purpose in store for her. Her new client is a terminally ill choreographer whose cynical bohemianism jars and spars with her own ecstatic asceticism. 31-year old National Film & Television School graduate Rose Glass, who was working five years ago as an…

  • The Ghoul

    The Ghoul

    As a detective, Chris, (Meeten) investigates a double murder, the case begins to indicate the best way to follow up leads is to go undercover as a patient seeking psychotherapy for depression. What follows is a sinister story where nothing and no one seems reliable and Chris begins to doubt himself. An intense psychological thriller,…

  • What We Do in the Shadows

    What We Do in the Shadows

    Wonderful mockumentary on flat-sharing vampires struggling with the practicalities of modern life.  A new challenge faces them when Stu, a human, triggers bromantic feelings and the vampires feel honour-bound not to bite him. With Flight of the Conchords team behind the script there are lots of laughs. An audience favourite and voted top comedy of…

  • Peeping Tom

    Peeping Tom

    There’s something wrong with Mark, (Boehm). He’s a lonely, unfriendly sort of chap. He has a lowly job at a film studio and makes extra money selling photographs to porn shops. But its his hobby that’s the real problem. He’s obsessed with how people register fear through facial expression and he films young women’s faces…

  • The Queen of Spades

    The Queen of Spades

    In 1806 St Petersburg, Captain Suvorin of the Engineers (Walbrook) becomes resentful of his rich friend, Prince Andrei (Howard), and the circle of Guards officers who gamble their money at faro, a form of snap in which fortunes can be won or lost on the turn of a card. Convinced by an old book that…

  • Let The Right One In

    Let The Right One In

    Oskar (Hedebrant) is a 12 year old loner, bullied at school he is full of suppressed rage. Eli moves in next door – she’s a bit of a misfit too and they become friends. She encourages Oskar to stand up to the bullies. As the two young people find solace in each other Oskar begins…

  • The Orphanage

    The Orphanage

    Hitchcock explained the difference between surprise and suspense like this: if people are seated at a table and a bomb explodes, that is surprise. If they are seated at a table, and you know there’s a bomb under the table attached to a ticking clock, but they continue to play cards – that’s suspense. Well,…

  • Pan’s Labyrinth

    Pan’s Labyrinth

    Del Toro, no stranger to science fiction or tales of the Spanish struggle between Fascism and left wing politics (Blade 2, Hellboy, The Devils Backbone) offers us something different here, skilfully blending history with fantasy. In Second World War fascist Spain Ofelia (Ivana Baquero) is faced with a stark choice. On the one hand she…

  • The Shining

    The Shining

    Aspiring writer, Torrance (Nicholson), takes a job as a winter caretaker at the isolated, snowbound Overlook Hotel to create space in his life for a writing project. The hotel’s macabre past doesn’t put him off the job or raise questions in his mind like, Is this really suitable for my wife and possibly-psychic young son?…

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