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? £1.79Buy Now(500) Days of Summer
Spanish horror film about an ambitious young television reporter who covers the night shift in one of Barcelona's local fire stations. When Angela (Manuela Velasco) and her cameraman Pablo follow the fire crew to a distress call from an elderly woman locked in her apartment, they're not expecting much in the way of excitement. With the cops already on the scene, all the firemen have to do is break down the door and make sure the woman is okay. If only it were that simple. Before too long, Angela and Pablo are trapped inside the building - the only witnesses to the unimaginable horror contained within... £5.99Buy Now[Rec]
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... £5.99Buy 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? £5.99Buy 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. £6.99Buy Now[Rec] 4 - Apocalypse
Triple bill of Spanish horror. In '[Rec]' (2007) when Angela (Manuela Velasco) and her cameraman Pablo follow the fire crew to a distress call from an elderly woman locked in her apartment, they're not expecting much in the way of excitement. With the cops already on the scene, all the firemen have to do is break down the door and make sure the woman is okay. If only it were that simple. '[Rec] 2' (2009) pick 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. Finally, in '[Rec] 3: Genesis' (2012) 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... £12.99Buy Now[Rec] Trilogy
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. £6.99Buy Now1: Life On the Limit
Forty year-old Oscar-winning screenwriter George (Dudley Moore) attempts to combat a bout of mid-life crisis by pursuing the woman of his dreams (Bo Derek), even though he first sees her as she is making the way to her own wedding. Tracking the object of his affections to her honeymoon destination in Mexico, George makes several bumbling attempts at seduction, much to the chagrin of his long-suffering girlfriend (Julie Andrews). Blake Edwards' adult comedy was the surprise hit of 1979 and made a Hollywood star of 'Cuddly Dudley'.
Richard Attenborough takes the lead role in the true story of the infamous English mass murderer John Reginald Christie who killed 8 women over a period of 13 years. After moving in as tenants in Christie's house, Timothy Evans (John Hurt) and his wife Beryl (Judy Geeson) go to their landlord for help in obtaining an abortion. Christie agrees to do what he can, and uses this as an opportunity to murder Beryl, adding one more victim to an already lengthy list. When the frightened Timothy is then blamed for the crime, and found guilty in a court of law (with Christie acting as a witness), Christie is able to continue killing undetected.
Channing Tatum and Rosario Dawson star in this romantic comedy drama following a group of friends who reconnect while attending their high school reunion. Jake (Tatum) takes his girlfriend Jess (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) along to the reunion but while there encounters old flame Mary (Dawson). Meanwhile, successful music artist Reeves (Oscar Isaac) becomes reacquainted with former crush Elise (Kate Mara) and reveals a truth about his career. Their other friends include Marty (Justin Long), AJ (Max Minghella), Scott (Scott Porter) and married couple Cully (Chris Pratt) and Sam (Ari Graynor). Over the course of the night, the members of the group try to face up to their high school regrets. £5.99Buy Now10 Years
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.
Kasey Campbell and Lydia Look star in this sci-fi drama written and directed by Eric Small. Disaster strikes when a comet with a magnitude of all the world's nuclear weapons put together hits Earth, sending the planet spiralling into an ice age. Now, 27 years after the comet hit, the few survivors continue to battle the freezing temperatures and endure the hostile conditions of their once-homey planet.
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... £6.99Buy Now100 Bloody Acres
Jim Brown, Burt Reynolds and Raquel Welch star in this late-1960s action Western set in turn-of-the-century Mexico. Reynolds plays Yaqui Joe, an Indian who robs a bank in order to buy guns for his repressed people, and subsequently flees to Mexico pursued by American lawman Sheriff Lyedecker (Brown). After both men are captured by the vicious Mexican army they eventually become allies, and team up with guerilla fighter Sarita (Welch) to fight for the cause of the Indians. £9.99Buy Now100 Rifles
An offbeat comedy set against the backdrop of Iceland's capital city nightclub scene. Hlynur (Hilmir Snaer Gudnason), whose girlfriend Hofi is exasperated by his lack of ambition, spends his days asleep and his evenings cruising the Reykjavik club and bar scene. This is all changed over the Christmas holidays when he begins to spend most of his time with Lola (Victoria Abril), a Spanish flemenco teacher and lesbian, who Hlynur finally persuades to sleep with him on New Year's Eve. When his mother Berglind returns from her holidays she also begins a relationship with Lola and then announces that Lola is pregnant. Hlynur's life is now much more complicated when he realises that he is probably the father, the baby will be brought up as his sibling and he begins to experience all sorts of feelings including suicidal ones. £5.99Buy Now101 Reykjavik
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
Eleven international directors were asked by producer Alain Brigand to record their own/culture/country's reactions to September 11th 2001; such as Iran from Samira Makhmalbaf, France from Claude Lelouch, Japan from Shohei Imamura through to Britain from Ken Loach and America from Sean Penn. Each film lasts exactly eleven minutes, nine seconds and one frame and, when watched with the other ten, shows the diverse effects the event had on the whole world.
Documentary about love and marriage directed by acclaimed film-maker Doug Block. Over the course of his career, Doug Block has supported himself by shooting weddings for couples looking to document their big day. 112 weddings later, Doug has contacted some of his favourite couples to find out what has become of their lives after the wedding and if they have found the happiness and security they originally sought. Interspersing interviews with footage of marriage ceremonies, Doug explores whether love really does conquer all. £14.99Buy Now112 Weddings
Coming of age drama exploring the complexities of children losing their innocence and adults struggling to guide them. In the suburbs of America, three close knit 12-year-olds - introverted Jacob (Conor Donovan), precocious Malee (Zoe Weizenbaum) and vulnerable Leonard (Jesse Camacho) - start down the path of self-discovery and begin to distinguish their own voices from those of their parents. Sparked by the tragic death of Jacob's twin brother, the trio band together as they grapple with feelings of revenge, the burden of grief and the indelible experiences of growing up. £7.99Buy Now12 and Holding
Adapted from Reginald Rose's television play, this film marked the directing debut of Sidney Lumet. At the end of a murder trial in New York City, the twelve jurors retire to consider the verdict. The man in the dock is a young Puerto Rican accused of killing his father, and eleven of the twelve jurors do not hesitate in finding him guilty. However, one of the jurors (Henry Fonda), reluctant to send the youngster to his death without any debate, returns a vote of not guilty. From this single event, the jurors begin to re-evaluate the case, as they look at the murder - and themselves - in a fresh light.