Baby Love is a rare, controversial feature that marked the big-screen debut not only of future Hammer and Confessions… star Linda Hayden but also of BAFTA- and Emmy award-winning director Alastair Reid, whose acclaimed credits include Traffik and Selling Hitler.
Also starring Diana Dors and Keith Barron, Baby Love charts the implosion of a middle-class family in the presence of an emotionally deprived, sexually provocative teenage girl; presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original elements, the film remains compelling, genre-defying and startlingly original more than four decades after its initial release.
Brought up in slums, fifteen-year-old Luci is orphaned when her mother commits suicide. A successful doctor who was once in love with her mother invites Luci to live with him and his family in their luxurious home. While she quickly develops a taste for her new comfortable life, her resentment grows for the society that she feels was responsible for her circumstances. Little by little, Luci seduces everyone around her, as she sets out to destroy her adoptive family.
Directed by Don Barton, Zaat follows Dr. Kurt Leopold (Marshall Grauer) as he struggles with his former colleagues' "ZaAt" formula. Well you see this formula transforms humans into weird hybrid Read more
Directed by Ken Kwapis, Vibes or ("Romancing the Ghostbusters in the Temple of Doom" as the press reported it at the time) stars Jeff Goldblum, Cyndi Lauper, Peter Falk, Julian Read more
Directed by Andy Serkis, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a huge step up from 2018's Venom. Tom Hardy is back as Eddie Brock (and the voice of Venom) and Read more
It was the team-up of the century in 1990 when the Italian auteur of excess Dario Argento made this double-feature compendium creeper with DAWN OF THE DEAD helmer George Romero! Read more
The year was 1977 and kung-fu fighting was still blasting out of discotheques, the spectre of Bruce Lee continued to haunt Hong Kong cinema and a young Jackie Chan was Read more
Directed by Al Adamson, The Possession of Nurse Sherri (aka Nurse Sherri aka Black Voodoo aka Beyond the Living aka Hospital of Terror aka Killer's Curse aka Hands of Death) Read more
Directed by John Hough, The Incubus stars John Cassavetes, John Ireland, Kerrie Keane, and Helen Hughes. It takes place in a quiet New England town that becomes the site of Read more
Directed by James Riffel, The House on Tombstone Hill stars Mark Zobian, Victor Verhaeghe, Sarah Newhouse, Douglas Gibson. It follows a group of friends who have decided to repair and Read more
From master filmmaker Carlos Saura (Cría Cuervos) comes a story of love, betrayal and revenge. Set in the Spanish village of Extremadura, and based on a true account, The 7th Read more
Written by Don Carmody and John Dunning, and directed by George Erschbamer, Snake Eater II: The Drug Buster sees everybody's favourite Rydell High Renegade Lorenzo Lamas return as Officer Jack Read more
Chuck Norris, six time World Karate Champion, stars in his first suspense film, Silent Rage, as the tough, street-fighting sheriff of a small Texas town terrorized by a psychotic killer. Read more
Directed by Kim Sung-hoon, Rampant is a South Korean period action zombie film. It follows a lash between exiled prince Lee Chung (Hyun Bin) and the Joseon minister of War Kim Ja-joon Read more
This rare, controversial feature marked the big-screen debut not only of future Hammer and Confessions... star Linda Hayden but also of BAFTA- and Emmy award-winning director Alastair Reid, whose acclaimed Read more
All the betrayal, double-crossing, and action-filled gun battles of OUTRAGE are back in OUTRAGE CODA, the final chapter of Takeshi Kitano’s acclaimed underworld film series. Five years after surviving the Read more
Fred Dekker's supremely enjoyable throwback chiller Night of the Creeps combines classic horror and sci-fi elements with crazy humour and loving in-jokes. It stars Jason Lively, Steve Marshall, Jill Whitlow, Read more
Directed by Kiah Roache-Turner, Nekrotronic (formally known as Nekromancer) tells the tale of Howard North (Ben O'Toole), a down on his luck sewage worker who gets dragged into a global Read more
Chosen by the British public to be digitised by the BFI in 2016, Peter Sellers directs and stars in this bittersweet character comedy based on a Marcel Pagnol short story. Read more
From writer/director George A. Romero, the man who unleashed Night of the Living Dead, comes Monkey Shines, a terrific psychological thriller that delivers a disturbing message about messing with Mother Read more
“The War of 1812 has revived violent hostilities between the British and their erstwhile American colonial subjects. The powerful Mohawk nation of the New York region is divided as to Read more