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The Roommates

Four beautiful college roommates and a sexy stewardess are in for much more excitement than they planned for when a summer getaway. Whilst camping at Lake Arrowhead, the gang of 5 hit the party circuit. However, things go awry when the girls find themselves the targets of a killer!

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Black Orpheus

Interwoven with the spectacle and vibrancy of the Rio de Janeiro carnival, comes the retelling of the classic legend of Orpheus and Eurydice. Black Orpheus (Orfeu Negro) is awash with samba, dancing and costumes, as French auteur Marcel Camus unfolds the melancholy tale of love and tragedy for two people who fall in love during the carnival.

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The Water Babies

A star-studded, who's who of British cinema features in this delightful tale of a young street urchin, Tom (Tommy Pender) who unwittingly helps petty crooks (James Mason and Bernard Cribbins) rob a rich country house. As Tom escapes the police by jumping into a lake, he is transported to an under water cartoon-world where he has to help others find safety in order to redeem himself and return home.

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The Return of The Soldier

It is 1916 and the First World War, a waking nightmare of gore and mud, is being waged in France. At home, in the peaceful English countryside, the slaughter and horror of the trenches is only starting to seep into the dreams of those who wait for their loved ones. As one man fights to regain his memory, three women come to terms with the shell-shocked veteran who returns from the war.

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The Plague Dogs

Two dogs, Snitter and Rowf, escape from a research institute and go on the run after being deliberately infected with a deadly virus. As they pose a threat to the human population, the two dogs are hunted down whilst searching for their original owner and a place where they no longer have to suffer human cruelty.

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Moonlighting

In 1981, four Polish builders arrive in London to renovate the home of a rich fellow Pole, with only the foreman, Nowak (Jeremy Irons), speaking English. Whilst the military crackdown by the communist regime is underway in Poland, a string of disasters is unravelling for the builders, who are unaware of the turmoil back at home as Nowak keeps events hidden from them in order to get the job finished.

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Enigma

An emotionally fragile code-breaker is called back to the scene of his mental breakdown when the Enigma machine fails to crack the new German code. However, these U-boat cryptograms are not the only problem to contend with when it is discovered that a German mole has infiltrated the Enigma project. Based on a true story.

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Fanny Hill

Fanny Hill (Lisa Raines) is a buxom country maiden who arrives in the big city and quickly begins an affair with the scion of a wealthy family in this softcore version of an old British tale. When the clan patriarch dies, Fanny is ready to marry her lover until she discovers he has been unfaithful, that sets her on a course of erotic adventures that begins in protest and ends in great wealth.

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Railroaded!

When beautician Clara Calhoun (Jane Randolph) and her crooked boyfriend Duke Martins (John Ireland) plan to rob a bookie goes awry they frame Steve Ryan (Ed Kelly), an innocent man, for the crime and the killing of a cop during the getaway. Homicide Detective Mickey Ferguson is assigned to the case and believes Steve to be guilty, despite his attraction to his sister Rosie (Shelia Ryan). Working together they try to find proof of Steve s innocence, but the suave and ruthless Duke doesn t hesitate to keep himself out of the picture. From renowned director Anthony Mann (El Cid, The Glenn Miller Story) Railroaded!, together with T-Men, marked his notable foray into film noir.

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Borley Rectory (blu-ray)

When Daily Mirror journalist V C Wall (Reece Shearsmith) calls upon the services of famed paranormal investigator Harry Price (Jonathan Rigby) to investigate supernatural 'goings on' at a Victorian mansion in Essex, little does he realise that he will set into motion a story that will fascinate and confound the world. 'Borley Rectory' is the true story of Price's investigation and the legends that came to haunt all those involved. Borley Rectory is an animated documentary chronicling what came to be known as 'The most haunted house in England'. The legends attached to the rectory and famed paranormal investigator Harry Price's subsequent investigations of them, caught the public's imagination during the 1930's in time becoming one of the world's most notorious ghost stories influencing Shirley Jackson's 'The Haunting of Hill House' and Richard Matheson's 'Hell House.'

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The First of the Few (Dual Format)

One of the best-loved British war movies of all time! Leslie Howard directs and stars in this 1942 masterpiece about aviation pioneer R.J. Mitchell’s desperate struggle to develop the Spitfire fighter plane before war with Germany begins. David Niven & Rosamund John co-star.

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The Mary Millington Movie Collection (Limited Edition Blu-Ray Box Set)

Released to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Mary Millington’s death, this special edition Blu-ray box set (limited to 3,000 units) features Mary’s most glamorous film roles, with new, stunning 2K restorations, including: Come Play with Me (1977), The Playbirds (1978), Confessions from the David Galaxy Affair (1979), Queen of the Blues (1979), Mary Millington’s True Blue Confessions (1980) plus Respectable: The Mary Millington Story (2015), an in-depth documentary chronicling her extraordinary life.

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La Ronde (blu-ray)

Max Ophuls' wonderful film won a BAFTA and two Oscar nominations. Starring Simone Signoret, Simone Simon and Anton Walbrook as the enigmatic master of ceremonies who guides us through a series of amorous encounters in 1900’s Vienna. A soldier (Serge Reggiani) meets an eager young lady of the night and later has an affair with a young lady, who becomes a maid who then has an affair with the young master of the house. The young man then seduces a married woman and so spins on the carousel of romantic life...

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Darn Good Westerns #4 (Thunder Mountain, Under the Tonto Rim, West of Pecos)

Thunder Mountain: Returning to his Arizona homestead, Marvin Hayden lands in the middle of an age-old feud between the Haydens and the Jorths, both families accusing the other of murder. The feud, however, has been engineered by someone else entirely. Under the Tonto Rim: Brad Canfield runs a highly successful stagecoach company, but it’s constantly targeted by bandits. One robbery goes too far when the gang kills one of the drivers and Canfield must take matters into his own hands. West of Pecos: Col. Lamberth travels west to his Texas hacienda accompanied by his headstrong daughter Rill. En route, they witness the killing of a stagecoach driver, that’s been blamed on Pecos Smith. Rill and Smith fall in love, initiating war on the hacienda.

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Darn Good Westerns #3 (Code of the West, Sunset Pass, Wanderer of the Wasteland)

Code of the West: Bob Wade and his partner, Chito save Ruth and her father, from stagecoach bandits. Bob is determined to restore law and order to a western town controlled by an outlawed saloon owner. Wanderer of the Wasteland: When Adam Larey’s father is murdered, Larey sets out to avenge his death. But when the culprit is killed by someone else, Larey is held to blame and faces the jail time. Sunset Pass: A young outlaw gets involved with a gang of crooks. When he tells them he is breaking away, they threaten to pin a false murder charge on him. But he is rescued and reformed by his sister and an undercover agent.

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Little Italy

A young couple must navigate a blossoming romance, amidst a war between their families’ competing pizza restaurants.

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The Hangman

U.S. Marshal Bovard comes to a small border town to identify and arrest a fugitive, but the whole town seems determined to prevent the Marshal from doing his job.

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On The Double

At the time of the Invasion of Normandy, an American soldier is asked to impersonate a British General in order to confuse the Nazi spies and assassins in London.

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A Handful of Dust

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My Favourite Spy

Peanuts White, a burlesque comic, is recruited by U.S. agents to impersonate international spy Eric Augustine (whom White resembles) in a mission to purchase a million-dollar microfilm in mysterious, exotic Tangier. There, he encounters the irresistable Lily Dalbray, an "old friend" of Augustine who is now dealing with his arch-enemy, Brubaker. But where is the real Eric?

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Julius Caesar (Dual Format)

The growing ambition of Julius Caesar is a source of major concern to his close friend Brutus. Cassius persuades him to participate in his plot to assassinate Caesar, but they have both sorely underestimated Mark Antony.

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Sharknado 5: Global Swarming

With much of America laying in ruins, the rest of the world braces for a global sharknado; Fin and his family must travel around the world to stop them.

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Dhogs

A taxi driver brings a businessman to his swanky hotel. There, he meets a young woman, who goes with him to his room. Later, she goes out and is followed by a mysterious man. Andrés Goteira’s first feature interweaves the stories of four people and the way their paths cross during 24 hours in a visceral, mysterious and brutal thriller.

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Crucible of the Vampire (Dual Format)

Isabelle, a young university researcher, is sent to a country manor house in rural Shropshire to verify an ancient artefact that a family has uncovered during the renovation of their home. However, the artefact has a cursed history and it soon becomes apparent that the house holds a dark secret. While Isabelle sets to work verifying the object she becomes the obsession of the owner’s dangerous daughter, Scarlet, and they develop a strange sexual attraction. A chance finding of a 200 year old journal confirms Isabelle’s suspicions that the family are not the only residents of the house and that there is something much darker lurking within its foreboding walls. Uncovering the truth, she finds herself trapped in the clutches of the house’s malevolent occupants.

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The Young Stranger (1957)

Hal Ditmar is a clean-cut kid, the son of a wealthy movie producer. When an argument at a theatre turns into a fight between Hal and the theatre manager, Hal finds no one, not even his father, will believe his actions were justified as self-defense. The police are concerned that Hal is a juvenile delinquent in the making, but the real problem lies in Hal's father's inattention to his son. It's up to Hal's mother to try to bridge the gulf between father and son

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Attack of the Adult Babies

From Dominic Brunt, director of BEFORE DAWN and BAIT, a satirical and sexy shocker unlike anything you've ever seen before. A home invasion forces two teenagers to break into a remote country manor and steal top secret documents. Little do they know the stately pile is also the venue where a group of nappy-happy high-powered middle-aged men go to take refuge from the stresses of daily life by dressing as babies and indulging their every perverse nursery whim. Nor do they realise that this grotesque assembly intends to refuel the world's economy by very sinister, sick and monstrous means.

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Sunday in the Country (Dual Format)

Three vicious thugs are on the run in rural America after robbing a local bank. They seek refuge at the home of a reclusive farmer, but he is prepared for their arrival and holds them at gunpoint. Unable to let them simply wait for the law, he takes matters into his own hands by torturing them before the police arrive.

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Bedelia

Bedelia Carrington is living happily, it appears, in Monte Carlo with her husband Charlie Carrington. But a cultivated young artist, Ben Chaney, begins probing into her past with curious concern. Chaney, who is really a detective, learns that Bedelia's obsession for money knows no boundaries, and will kill for it.

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My Cousin Rachel

Richard Burton makes his American feature film debut in Daphne Du Maurier’s eerie 1952 gothic romance, which was nominated for four Oscars. A young man suspects his new stepmother has murdered her husband. Olivia de Havilland co-stars

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Funnyman

When a mysterious Englishman loses his ancestral home in a poker hand, the lucky winner, Max Taylor, has no idea that, far from ending - the game has just begun. For the house is an ancient shrine to the Gods of Fortune, a Temple to chance and fate, and in the depths of its soul a spirit waits. In the modern deck he is the Wild Card, The Joker. In the eyes of a child, nothing more than a Jester and Clown. But to you, Ladies and Gentlemen - he is The Funny Man.

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The Cat and the Canary

Superb murder mystery with an all-star cast! On a dark, wet and thundery night in 1934, a family of greedy money-grabbers gather at Glencliff Manor for the reading of the will of their deceased uncle - twenty years after his death! It's perfect weather for the reading of a will - and it also happens to be the same night on which a murderous inmate escapes from the local asylum… With a penchant for all things feline, the escapee descends upon the rain-washed manor. But is the unwanted visitor behind the series of murders that take place – or is the culprit closer to home?

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Felicity

She ain’t mama’s little girl no more! The luscious Glory Annen stars as Felicity Robinson, a sheltered teen who surrenders her blossoming body to a world of bold sexual adventure. From her forbidden pleasures at an all-girl school in England to wanton hungers in the exotic underground of Hong Kong, Felicity finds herself deflowered, defiled and ultimately delighted by the shame and ecstasy of a libido unleashed.

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What?

The succulent Sydne Rome stars as an oft-naked American girl lost inside a Mediterranean villa inhabited by priests, pianists, perverts and a syphilitic pimp (a deliciously bizarre performance by Marcello Mastroianni) while indulging in madcap acts of gang rape, sodomy and ping-pong. Hugh Griffith (Tom Jones), Romolo Valli (Boccaccio 70) and Polanski himself co-star in this surreal and sexy comedy.

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Emperor of the North

Set on the Pacific Northwest railways at the height of the Depression, Emperor of the North pits a crafty, train-hopper called A-No.1 (Lee Marvin), who takes a young drifter (David Carradine) under his wing as they come up against Shack (Ernest Borgnine) - the cruel, bum-intolerant conductor of Engine 19. Both parties try to outwit each other but when pride turns their determination into obsession, the clash escalates into a fight-to-the-finish that only one man can survive…

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Four Men And A Prayer

John Ford directs this sprawling saga that treks from India to South America, via London, Egypt and the USA as the young men seek to uncover the truth about their revered father. All-star cast of Loretta Young, Richard Greene, George Sanders and David Niven.

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Warn That Man

At the height of World War II, the Germans discover that a certain British personage is to stay at the country house of Lord Buckley. They devise a plan whereby they will kidnap the real Lord Buckley, and send to England an actor who will masquerade, lie in wait for the visitor with a number of gunmen, and  take him back to Germany...

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Mine Own Executioner

Meredith Burgess stars as Felix Milne, a lay psychiatrist in post-war London who is enlisted to treat Adam Lucian, a fighter pilot deeply traumatised by his experiences in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. Beleaguered by emotional problems of his own, is Milne qualified to treat a patient as disturbed and potentially destructive as Adam?

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The Sorcerers

The great somnambulist, Professor Monserrat, (Boris Karloff) develops a technique for controlling peoples' minds and sharing their sensations. His wife (Catherine Lacey) decides to test it on Mike (Ian Ogilvy) and enjoy the hedonistic kick of 'being' young again. But how far will Professor Monserrat go before he upsets the equilibrium of humanity?

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Curse of The Crimson Altar

When his brother disappears, Manning (Mark Eden) pays a visit to the remote country house of Squire Morley (Christopher Lee). Manning detects menace in the air with the legend of Lavinia (Barbara Steele), the Black Witch of Greymarsh, hanging over everything. Will the renowned expert on witchcraft, Professor Marshe (Boris Karloff), be able to shed light on the wicked going-ons at Craxted Lodge?

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Video Nasties 2 - Limited Collector's Edition

Released to tie in with the 30th Anniversary of the Video Recordings Act and limited to 6,666 individually numbered sets! The Video Nasties continue to be a major source of interest to this day, and after the critical and sales success of Video Nasties 1, Jake West and Marc Morris who continue to uncover the shocking story of censorship!

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Five Graves to Cairo

The sole survivor of a British tank crew (Franchot Tone), arrives in a desolate town and is given refuge by hotel owner (Akim Tamiroff) and French chambermaid (Anne Baxter) as they prepare to receive General Erwin Rommel (Erich Von Stroheim). Posing as a hotel waiter, Bramble attempts to infiltrate Rommel’s inner circle...

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Tobruk

Rock Hudson and George Peppard star in this explosive hard-hitting World War II epic in which the Allies mount a daring raid to blow up a key Nazi fortress at Tobruk which is guarded by General Rommel’s crack troops. Directed by Arthur Hiller, this suspense-packed adventure climaxes in one of the most spectacular fiery finales ever!

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Biggles- Adventures in Time

The daring WWI flying ace takes on a dastardly Hun super-weapon and arch rival Eric von Stalhein, aided by Algy, Bertie and Ginger, a British intelligence officer (Peter Cushing) and a bungling American time traveller! The action swings from the Western Front to 1980s London!

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Gold

A ruthless global cabal of financial investors plan to manipulate the price of gold by flooding one of South Africa’s top gold mines. Manager Rod Slater (Roger Moore) is brash and impulsive - a perfect fall guy. Suzannah York and Ray Milland co-star in this exciting tale of greed and death.

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A Study in Terror

Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson find themselves on their most dangerous case in this gripping thriller When Holmes (John Neville) receives a chilling package in the post, he and Dr Watson (Donald Houston) find themselves on the trail of Jack the Ripper, the bloody killer of prostitutes.

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Royal Flash

Victorian cad Harry Flashman tries to charm the cream of European high society in this hilarious 1975 British comedy favourite. Malcolm McDowell stars alongside Alan Bates, Oliver Reed, Britt Ekland, Bob Hoskins, David Jason, Alastair Sim and Sir Michael Hordern. Great bonus features!

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The Sex Thief

Audacious cat burglar Grant Henry (David Warbeck) steals more than just wealthy women’s diamonds in this riotous 1973 British sex comedy which features a sexy insurance investigator and a breast-obsessed policeman who are both onto him!

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Zeta One..

A swinging secret agent regales his pretty young secretary (Yutte Stensgaard) with tales of risque adventures in this psychedelic, British sex comedy starring comedy stalwarts James Robertson Justice, Charles Hawtrey & Valerie Leon.

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The Blood Beast Terror

Peter Cushing and Wanda Ventham star in this spine chilling 1968 Tigon British horror classic which was directed by Vernon Sewell and has been magnificently restored. Something is slaughtering young men and drinking their blood - something with wings and inhuman eyes!

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The Prisoner of Shark Island

Directed by the legendary four-time Oscar winning John Ford, this is a compelling true story set around the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. The film has been nominated ‘Best Picture’ by the American National Board of Review. Walter Baxter, Gloria Stuart & John Carradine star.

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Cul De Sac

Roman Polanski directs this tense 1966 thriller about a couple (Donald Pleasence and Françoise Dorléac) who are held hostage by two criminals after a failed raid. While the husband gives in, his wife proves more resourceful and dangerous...

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The Man Who Never Was

Three times Oscar nominated Clifton Webb, Robert Flemyng and Oscar winner Gloria Grahame star in this renowned 1956 British war film, based on an incredible true story. British Intelligence try to trick the Nazis about D-Day invasion plans - by using a dead body carrying fake papers.

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Some Like it Sexy

And if you’re one of them, this is the film for you! A sex-mad stud (Christopher Matthews) recalls his sexual conquests and steamy encounters, including Madeleine and Mary Collinson (Twins Of Evil), Annabel Leventon (Rocky Horror), Nicola Pagett and Hammer Films legend Madeleine Smith.

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Education Anglaise

Classic French erotica from the 1980s. A sweet young girl is sent to a boarding school - a school devoted to bondage, discipline and depravity! Jean-Claude Roy directs and Brigitte Lahaie stars in the ultimate tale of naughty schoolgirls - and their punishment!

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