The Third Man
(1949) Starring:Wilfrid Hyde White, Trevor Howard, Alida Valli Director:Carol Reed Certificate: Watch now: Unavailable
Classic thriller written by Graham Greene and starring Orson Welles in which a writer sets about investigating the death of a friend in post-World War II Vienna. Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten), a pulp Western writer, arrives in the Austrian capital expecting to take up a job with his old ..read more »
(1981) Starring:Nigel Terry, Liam Neeson, Helen Mirren Director:John Boorman Certificate: Watch now: Unavailable
John Boorman directed this gloriously savage interpretation of Arthurian legend loosely based on Thomas Malory's novel Le Morte d'Arthur. By turns gleaming and filthy, tender and bloody, the film is a visually stunning epic which is never less than compelling. Nigel Terry is perfectly cast as ..read more »
The best of the Superman films, with Terence Stamp and co as the super-villains.
(1980) Starring:Jack O'Hallor, Ned Beatty, Christopher Reeve Director:Richard Lester, Richard Donner Certificate: Watch now: Unavailable
Director Richard Lester provides a slightly tongue-in-cheek sequel to 'Superman - The Movie'. Superman (Christopher Reeve) continues to outstrip speeding bullets and leap tall buildings in a single bound, this time while preventing three arch-enemies from space from achieving world domination.
The worst film of all time? Maybe so, but it's bloody funny too.
Plan 9 from Outer Space
(1959) Starring:Bela Lugosi, Bela Lugosi, Duke Moore Director:Edward D. Wood Jr. Certificate: Watch now: Included in all packages with LOVEFiLM Instant
With its incoherent plot, jaw-droppingly odd dialogue, inept acting, threadbare production design, and special effects so shoddy that they border on the surreal, Plan 9 From Outer Space has often been called the worst movie ever made. But it's an oddly endearing disaster; boasting genuine ..read more »