Suspense drama whose format plays with time. In Middletown, at 11:14 PM, two cars are involved in accidents at precisely the same time. A drunk driver hits a man near a bridge on a rural route and a car containing three young men hits a van containing a young woman. One of the male passengers sustains a severed penis while a completely unconnected male who happens to be on the road, shoots them. Meanwhile a young man robs a convenience store with the support of the clerk; a man finds a body in a cemetery and gets rid of it and a young pregnant woman tries to raise money for an abortion. These seemingly disparate and random happenings are all connected. £8.99Buy Now11:14
Made-for-television thriller set after the events of season six of the award-winning series. On the day of President Allison Taylor (Cherry Jones)'s inauguration, Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), who is now working as a missionary in the African nation of Sangala, finds himself caught in the middle of a major uprising. Still wanted by the American government for his recent misdeeds, Bauer risks his life and freedom to prevent a brutal warlord from drafting a group of innocent children into his murderous militia and to transport the children to the safety of the American Embassy. £3.99Buy Now24: Redemption
Danny Boyle ('Trainspotting' and 'The Beach') directs this look at what could happen after a viral attack, but this time the virus is so deadly that within seconds the infected person is taken over by a murderous rage, permanently. After 28 days there is only a handful of non-infected survivors, but the virus is not the only thing they have to contend with... £2.99Buy Now28 Days Later
Double bill of futuristic nightmare scenarios. Danny Boyle directs '28 Days Later' (2002), a look at what could happen after a viral attack. The virus is so deadly that within seconds the infected person is taken over by a murderous rage, permanently. After 28 days there is only a handful of non-infected survivors, but the virus is not the only thing they have to contend with... In the sequel, '28 Weeks Later' (2007), directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, it's six months later and the US military have managed to restore order in the population. Unfortunately, one of the returning refugees is carrying the virus, and it won't be long before a pandemic spreads.
Sequel to the 'what would happen if' premise of '28 Days Later' (2002) where Britain has been devastated by the release of a virus which turns the victim into a murderous rage. This time around, it's six months later and the US military have managed to restore order in the population. Unfortunately, one of the returning refugees is carrying the virus, and it won't be long before a pandemic spreads. £4.79Buy Now28 Weeks Later
Ensemble crime thriller, following the progress of a bag of stolen money. When an illegal casino ring is discovered by an office assistant (Jeremy Davies), he takes the money and runs. Casino boss The Chief (Russell Means) hires a hitman (Chris O'Donnell) to recover the money, although nervous at the thought of being tracked down, the young assistant ditches the cash with a downtrodden waitress (Rachael Leigh Cook). It isn't long before the bag is passed on to someone else. £5.99Buy Now29 Palms
Spy thriller starring Kevin Costner and Amber Heard. Kevin Costner plays Ethan Renner, a recently-retired international spy who finds out he doesn't have long to live. No longer committed to his job, he begins trying to mend his relationship with his estranged wife Christine (Connie Nielsen) and teenage daughter Zooey (Hailee Steinfeld), who now live in Paris. When he is approached by his ex-handler at the CIA, Vivi Delay (Heard), and offered experimental drug treatments in exchange for his help in taking down an international terrorist dubbed 'The Wolf' (Richard Sammel), he sees an opportunity to put his work behind him once and for all. But when Christine must leave Paris to attend to other commitments, Ethan is left solely responsible for Zooey. Can he care for his daughter while taking care of 'The Wolf'? £5.99Buy Now3 Days to Kill
Ex-cons Michael Zane (Kurt Russell) and Thomas Murphy (Kevin Costner) have come up with a plan to perform a major casino heist using an Elvis convention as cover. The job goes well, but the crooks soon turn on each other and Murphy, who believes himself to be the bastard son of the King of Rock and Roll, makes off with the proceeds all by himself. Zane quickly gives chase, with his girlfriend (Courteney Cox Arquette), her young son, and the police all trailing along for good measure. £5.99Buy Now3000 Miles to Graceland
Canadian thriller filmed entirely with hand-held and surveillance cameras. Married couple James and Amy (Nick Stahl and Mia Kirshner) are being watched by an unknown person. The stalker's agenda at first seems to comprise no more than a string of petty pranks, but as time goes on things get more sinister: he starts breaking and entering the couple's house and installing surveillance cameras in strategic places. Who is this intruder, and how much of the deadly cat and mouse game that ensues is born of James's increasing paranoia? £5.99Buy Now388 Arletta Avenue
Thriller starring Will Yun Lee and Miguel Ferrer in which four assassins meet over dinner in Hong Kong, with violence very much on the menu. Though the meal begins jovially enough, with each of the killers reflecting on past hits and other exploits, tensions within the group gradually reveal themselves and, ultimately, it will be with deeds rather than words that the members of the table prove their lethal skills. £5.99Buy Now4 Assassins
British crime thriller written, directed by and co-starring Noel Clarke. Over the course of one weekend, four friends - Jo (Emma Roberts), Cassandra (Tamsin Egerton), Shannon (Ophelia Lovibond) and Kerrys (Shanika Warren-Markland) - become involved in a major international diamond heist after a chance encounter with a gang of thieves. Deciding to take matters into their own hands, the girls are soon criss-crossing the globe in a frantic and deadly race against time. £5.99Buy Now22.214.171.124
Roy Scheider plays a wealthy married businessman whose affair with a 'model' takes a sinister turn when blackmailers attempt to pin the subsequent murder of his mistress on him. From a book by Elmore Leonard, which also served as the basis for 1984's `The Ambassador'. £2.99Buy Now52 Pick Up
Australian abduction thriller following seven friends on holiday at a secluded beach house who face the terror of being buried alive. When they arrive at their party destination, the group decide to stream their antics online, but when Brie (Alice Darling) wakes up alone the next day she receives a phone call informing her of her friends' abduction and burial. Told that she must not attempt to contact her parents or the police if she wishes to help them, she must learn their whereabouts by other means before they are left for dead underground. £7.99Buy Now6 Plots
A house's dark history comes back to haunt the living in this horror/thriller starring Val Kilmer. After their car is involved in an accident in a remote area, a group of travellers accept the offer of shelter from Jack (Ving Rhames) whose house is nearby. However, after carrying their injured companion Bill (Kilmer) to the house, the group realise they are stranded due to a heavy storm and an electricity blackout. With their host acting increasingly strange, they attempt to make the most of the situation and try to settle down for the night. But events take an eerie twist when, one by one, each member of the group falls victim to a brutal slaying by a ghostly apparition intent on renacting the events of 100 years ago.
Explosive crime thriller starring Wesley Snipes as a professional thief whose high-stakes caper goes murderously wrong. Captain Jack Tolliver (Snipes) is an ex-Delta Force commando leading what should have been a clockwork-perfect armoured car heist. Instead, he ends up with a priceless Van Gogh painting and one of his crew ends up held hostage by the sadistic Russian gangsters who muscled in on the heist. Tolliver's only option is a suicidal rescue mission where enemies become allies, your best friend can be your worst nightmare, and survival is the deadliest art of all. Timing is everything.
Crime thriller starring Al Pacino as Jack Gramm, a Seattle-based college professor who also works for the FBI as a forensic psychologist. Jack finds himself the target of an intended murder after giving evidence that led a jury to sentence serial killer Jon Forster (Neal McDonough) to Death Row. When he receives a death threat just before Forster's execution claiming that he has only 88 minutes to live, Jack must use all his skills and training to narrow down the possible suspects and save his own life. £5.99Buy Now88 Minutes
Drama directed by Aimee Lagos exploring the events which lead up to a carjacking and the people involved. Kevin (J. Michael Trautmann) is a troubled young white man with a desire to join a local black gang but his friend, Dre (Evan Ross), tries his best to stop him doing so. Meanwhile, two college girls, Carley and Lena (Brittany Snow and Christian Serratos), are on the eve of their graduation and trying to decide where to go to school next. The film highlights the differences between class and race, and brings them together in a chaotic climax. £5.99Buy Now96 Minutes
Action thriller starring Steven Seagal. After serving a 15-year sentence for a crime that he did not commit, Shane Daniels (Seagal) is released from jail with a formal pardon from the State of Arizona. But within hours of claiming his freedom, he becomes witness to a botched illegal diamond deal in which members of both the Mexican Mafia and the State Troopers are killed, leaving behind them a terrified girl and a bag of money. Shane must now fight his way through a corrupt town and get the girl to safety in the only way he knows how... £5.99Buy NowA Dangerous Man
Low-budget British crime thriller. Mitchell Parker (Nick Rendell) is a backstreet, lowlife debt collector who thinks he has hit the big time when he stumbles across a cache of money hidden in the flat of one of his clients, drug dealer Hopper (Giovanni Lombardo Radice). But helping himself turns out to be a deadly mistake when it materialises that the money was in fact the property of Mitchell's new boss, gangster Curtis Boswell (Victor D Thorn). £5.99Buy NowA Day of Violence - Uncut