Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel star in this offbeat romantic comedy, the feature debut of music video director Marc Webb, which chronicles 500 days in the on/off relationship of Summer (Deschanel) and Tom (Gordon-Levitt). While Summer steadfastly refuses to believe in true love, asserting that real life will always get in the way in the end, Tom has thrown caution to the wind and fallen hook, line and sinker in love with her. Where can their so-called relationship lead? £2.99
Spanish horror sequel. Picking up the action 15 minutes after the point where the original 2007 film left off, the plot follows a medical officer and a SWAT team armed with video cameras as they enter the quarantined apartment building in an attempt to neutralise the situation. They are at first relieved to find that the mysterious and deadly virus appears to be carried in the blood and not in the air - but in order to 'cure' the infected blood they must first locate those who have become possessed... £7.99Buy Now[Rec] 2
Spanish horror sequel in which another outbreak of a deadly infectious virus strikes an unsuspecting group of civilians. It is Koldo (Diego Martin) and Clara (Leticia Dolera)'s wedding day. Everything goes well, with the happy couple revelling in their special day, until an elderly guest who had complained of being bitten by a dog earlier in the day keels over and appears to be dead. However, subsequent events reveal that a fate far worse than death has struck the guest when he awakes and savagely bites his wife, triggering a further outbreak of the rabies-like infection among the wedding party. Amidst the chaos that ensues, Clara and Koldo become separated from one another. Can they find each other and make their escape before one of them becomes infected with the horrifying virus spreading like wildfire through the group? £7.99Buy Now[Rec] 3: Genesis
Spanish horror sequel. The film follows on from the end of the second instalment, '[Rec] 2' (2009), with a swat team sent in to the building to recover the now possessed Angela (Manuela Velasco). They take her to a ship offshore that has been specially equipped to deal with the outbreak, but as her blood tests come back negative, those on board have no idea that Angela recently possessed the demonic virus. The crew think they have the situation under control, but after analysing Angela's tapes, they find themselves trapped on the boat with another outbreak imminent, their communications severed and a storm heading their way. £9.99Buy Now[Rec] 4 - Apocalypse
Michael Fassbender narrates this documentary about the history of Formula One racing. The film chronicles the sport's development from the 1950s through to the present day, discussing the dangers of racing, particularly in the '70s when the cars became faster but safety measures were still poor. After a number of fatalities, including that of promising young Frenchman François Cevert in 1973, improvements were made to limit the dangers to drivers. It is now almost 20 years since the last F1 driver, Ayrton Senna, was killed in action. The documentary features interviews with Jackie Stewart, Mario Andretti, Niki Lauda, Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and many others. £5.99Buy Now1: Life On the Limit
Tenth anniversary edition of the Shakespeare-inspired teen comedy drama. On his first day at his new school Cameron (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) falls head over heels for the gorgeous Bianca (Larisa Oleynik). However, he has a slight problem: Bianca is not allowed to start dating until her grumpy older sister Kat (Julia Stiles) has a boyfriend too. Cameron decides to act as matchmaker for Kat, and sets her up with a mysterious and moody loner (Heath Ledger) who may be the only guy in town who could put up with her. This version contains bonus footage which has taken the British certificate from a 12 to a 15.
Epic adventure from director Roland Emmerich. In a remote mountain tribe, the young hunter D'Leh (Steven Strait) has met the woman of his dreams, the beautiful Evolet (Camilla Belle). But when a band of mysterious warlords raid his village and kidnap Evolet, D'Leh must lead a small group of hunters to pursue the warlords to the end of the world to save her. As they venture into unknown lands for the first time, the group discovers there are civilisations beyond their own and that mankind's reach is far greater than they ever knew. £5.99Buy Now10,000 B.C.
Australian comedy horror. Reg (Damon Herriman) and his brother Lindsay (Angus Sampson) run a small business, making and selling blood and bone fertilizer. With their supplies getting short Reg decides to take three tourists - Sophie (Anna McGahan), James (Oliver Ackland) and Wes (Jamie Kristian) - back to his plant where he plans to grind their bodies and turn them into fertilizer, hoping to get Lindsay's approval in the process. However, Reg feels an attraction towards Sophie and begins to have second thoughts, angering the brutish Lindsay... £9.99Buy Now100 Bloody Acres
Award-winning historical slave-narrative drama directed by Steve McQueen and starring Chiwetel Ejiofor. The film follows the experience of Solomon Northup (Ejiofor), an African-American living with a wife and two children in Saratoga, New York, who is kidnapped and sold into slavery by men claiming to offer him work as a circus musician. Transported by ship to New Orleans, it isn't long before he is given a new name and sold to William Ford (Benedict Cumberbatch), a relatively empathetic slave owner. But confrontations with the cruel and violent overseer John Tibeats (Paul Dano) leads to Solomon being passed on by Ford to the extremely abusive and alcoholic planter Edwin Epps (Michael Fassbender), who rules his slaves with a whip in one hand and a Bible in the other. Believing the only hope of regaining his freedom is to remain passive for the time being, Solomon ceases fighting against the illegitimacy of his situation until salvation is offered to him by a kindly labourer named Bass (Brad Pitt). The film was nominated for nine Academy Awards and won three including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actress (Lupita Nyong'o). It also won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture - Drama and BAFTAs for Best Leading Actor (Ejiofor) and Best Film. £9.99Buy Now12 Years a Slave
High stakes drama starring Sam Riley, Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke and Ray Winstone. The family of Vince Ferro (Riley) are in grave need of money to pay medical bills. When Vince hears of the death of a man who was due to start a well paid job, he steals a letter addressed to the man and heads to New York to try and assume his identity. The ploy works and Vince is taken to the place of his employment but the 'job' is unusual to say the least. Vince finds himself forced to participate in a game of Russian roulette where the winner takes home a fortune and the losers go home in a body bag. Wealthy men, such as Jasper (Statham) - who has entered his less fortunate brother, Ronald (Winstone), into the event - bet on the outcome. Can Vince find a way to survive the horrifying game? £7.99Buy Now13
Takashi Miike directs this larger-than-life samurai adventure set in mid-19th century Japan. Koji Yakusho stars as respected samurai warrior Shinzaemon Shimada, who gathers together 13 skilled assassins to bring down the evil Lord Naritsugu (Goro Inagaki), a merciless killer who gets his kicks from brutally murdering women and children. The film ends with a 45-minute battle sequence in which the 13 assassins take on an army of 200 men, dispensing with them in a profusion of inventive and surprising ways. £17.99Buy Now13 Assassins
Takashi Miike directs this larger-than-life samurai adventure set in mid-19th century Japan. Koji Yakusho stars as respected samurai warrior Shinzaemon Shimada, who gathers together 13 skilled assassins to bring down the evil Lord Naritsugu (Goro Inagaki), a merciless killer who gets his kicks from brutally murdering women and children. The film ends with a 45-minute battle sequence in which the 13 assassins take on an army of 200 men, dispensing with them in a profusion of inventive and surprising ways.
Oliver Hirschbiegel directs this German drama based on a true story. Georg Elser (Christian Friedel) is an apolitical man who becomes determined to put a stop to the Nazis and attempts to assassinate Adolf Hitler (Udo Schenk) in November 1939. When his attempt fails he is captured and questioned by the authorities. It is revealed through his confession how he was driven to perform such an act and how the people he cares for, including his lover Elsa (Katharina Schüttler), have suffered because of his resistance to Nazism. £14.99
Action starring Bruce Willis. Aging cop Jack Mosley (Willis) has seen better days, and all that the force expects out of him these days is to stay out of trouble while he's on the clock. Eddie Bunker (Mos Def) is set to testify before a grand jury at 10am, and it's up to Mosley to make sure that Bunker makes it to the courthouse in one piece, a job that Mosley estimates will take a maximum of 15 minutes. However, a black van has been trailing the pair and after stopping off at a nearby liquor store to pick up some breakfast, Mosley emerges from the store just in time to save Eddie from the lethal bullet of a determined assassin. When backup arrives in the form of Detective Frank Nugent (David Morse), Mosley quickly realises that the detective on Nugent's team is the same cop that Bunker is set to testify against. Now faced with the tough task of dodging bullets and eluding a massive onslaught of corrupt cops, Mosley must keep Bunker alive long enough to get him before the judge and ensure that justice is served. £5.99Buy Now16 Blocks
Comedy starring Matthew Perry and Zac Efron. In 1989, Mike O'Donnell (Efron) is a popular high school senior, a star on the basketball court and looking forward to a bright future at college and beyond. But everything changes when he learns that his girlfriend Scarlett (Allison Miller) is pregnant, and he gives up his college place to settle down with her and bring up their baby. 20 years later, things are not going too well for the 37-year-old Mike (Perry): he is separated from Scarlett (Leslie Mann), living with his billionaire best friend Ned Freedman (Thomas Lennon), his career at a pharmaceutical company is at a standstill, and his relationships with his teenage children are practically non-existent. Mike is unexpectedly given the chance to rewrite the script of his adult life when he finds himself miraculously transformed back to the age of 17. But how will he fit in with the class of 2009?
Julie Delpy writes, directs and stars in this romantic comedy, a sequel to her 2007 film '2 Days in Paris'. A few years have passed since the events of the last film and Marion (Delpy) has split with Jack. However, they share custody of their toddler son and Marion is now living in New York City with Mingus (Chris Rock), a radio show host with a young daughter of his own. The couple's domestic bliss is disrupted by the arrival of Marion's eccentric father, Jeannot (Albert Delpy), and tough cookie sister Rose (Alexia Landeau), along with an unexpected addition to the party, Rose's sometime-boyfriend (and Marion's ex), Manu (Alexandre Nahon), who have all come to town for Marion's debut photography exhibition opening, where she is planning to sell her soul to the highest bidder as a conceptual art piece.
John Singleton's sequel to 'The Fast and the Furious' - which brought stardom to Vin Diesel. Diesel decided not to reprise his role but Paul Walker did. Former undercover cop Brian O'Conner (Walker) finds himself on the trail of another group of underground car enthusiasts in an attempt to redeem himself after his illegal escapades in the first movie. This time the location is Miami, where O'Connor has been making money out of street racing, and he is asked to bring down the drugs baron Carter Verone (Cole Hauser) in exchange for erasing his criminal record. Enlisting the help of an ex-con (Tyrese), O'Connor once again finds himself raging through the streets in stolen cars. £7.99Buy Now2 Fast 2 Furious
John Singleton's sequel to 'The Fast and the Furious' - which brought stardom to Vin Diesel. Diesel decided not to reprise his role but Paul Walker did. Former undercover cop Brian O'Conner (Walker) finds himself on the trail of another group of underground car enthusiasts in an attempt to redeem himself after his illegal escapades in the first movie. This time the location is Miami, where O'Connor has been making money out of street racing, and he is asked to bring down the drugs baron Carter Verone (Cole Hauser) in exchange for erasing his criminal record. Enlisting the help of an ex-con (Tyrese), O'Connor once again finds himself raging through the streets in stolen cars.
Action comedy starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg. Undercover DEA agent Bobby Trench (Washington) and US Naval Intelligence Officer Marcus Stigman (Wahlberg) have been working together as part of a criminal gang for the past year, with each of them in the dark about the other's true identity. After they rob a bank they soon realise that they have been set up to kill each other and with nobody on their side they are forced to form an alliance in order find out who wants them both dead. £7.99Buy Now2 Guns
Morgan Neville directs this Oscar-winning documentary exploring the often neglected role of backing singers in rock and roll history. Through tracing the stories of enduring vocal support artists such as Darlene Love, Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer and Tata Vega from the heyday of rock and roll to the present day, the film endeavours to bring to the fore musicians whose voices adorn many of the most famous songs in pop history yet remain largely unknown. With artists such as David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and Elvis Presley often employing African-Americans to provide their backing vocals, the film also highlights the importance of these singers as trailblazers for a more inclusive musical mainstream - though the individuals themselves never quite made it to centre-stage... The film won the Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2014. £22.99Buy Now20 Feet from Stardom