Nevertheless, like a group of teenagers running towards a creepy abandoned shack in the middle of a forest, we’ve just blundered ahead with it, as if oblivious to all danger. By some distance the eeriest movie to come from the British Isles, The Wicker Man only becomes more unsettling with the passage of time. A story which takes several familiar horror story ideas—a single event that all but destroys humanity overnight, a plague of zombies, the opening section from John Wyndham’s The Day of the Triffids—and infuses them with relentless intensity and deep melancholy. Yet another trespassing allegory, only this time with claustrophobia and the constant threat of utter darkness to deal with too.
In this adaptation of John Wyndham’s The Midwich Cuckoos, the inhabitants of the idyllic English village of Midwich are rendered temporarily unconscious, and when they awake, they soon discover that all of the women of child-bearing age are pregnant, and that all of the children born in this mini-baby boom share unsettling characteristics. A young middle class couple (portrayed brilliantly by Kelly Reilly and Michael Fassbender) take a trip to a lakeside location for a holiday, only to find themselves on the receiving end of the malicious intentions of a gang of insolent kids.
A story of bluff, double-bluff, cross and double-cross as a squad of British Army soldiers attempt to complete a training mission in the Scottish Highlands, unaware of the fact that they’re deep in wolf country—werewolf country, that is.
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A deliberate provocation, and a bracing full-body experience from squalid start to cosmic climax. Seann William Scott's Doug 'The Thug' Glatt plucks at the heartstrings while punching you square in the jaw in this so-funny-it-hurts ice-hockey comedy. Winner of the 2006 Palme d'Or at Cannes, Ken Loach's Irish period piece is the most assured 21st century film from the master of making politics personal. A sweet, funny and painfully well-observed coming-of-age movie that explores the familial, economic and romantic problems that come with being a teen on the verge of flying the nest. Tom Hardy stars in writer-director Steven Knight's acclaimed drama that's shot almost entirely inside a car on the move.


Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Mark Ruffalo and Isla Fisher star in Louis Letterier's thriller. An impressive cast lead this slick, twist-laden thriller about a group of conjurers who use their skills to pull off a Robin Hood type heist at the expense of a massive corporation. So, in this spookiest of all weeks, here’s a roundup of British chillers, slashers and thrillers, all of which are currently available on streaming services near you.
Essentially a film about the fear of trespassing in a closed society, it places a pious Christian police officer (Edward Woodward) into a community whose pagan rituals and strange customs were supposed to look a bit rustic, unsettling and antiquated at the time, albeit part of a broadly understood tradition that takes in such British customs as Beltane and May Day.
It is also responsible for the piece of music above, from John Murphy, which is the sound of someone realizing that civilization has eaten itself.
Six women take a spelunking trip that does not go well, leaving them trying to find their way out of an unknown cave system with unpleasant inhabitants and a great big pile of human bones. Not the least of these is their golden hair and unsettling ability to communicate without talking.
What happens next is a tale of training and leadership set against feral nature and really sharp teeth, and it wouldn’t be unduly spoiling things to say that not everyone makes it with their humanity intact. Suffice to say that this Ben Wheatley movie begins with two former soldiers who have taken up work as hitmen.
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Non-stop Noe goes every which way with his dazzling display of imagination, empathy, energy and technique. Writers Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg fly the flag for Canadian cinema with their sweet-natured tale of a lovable dumb-dumb trying to make his friends and family proud by beating the living daylights out of opponents on the ice.
This sprawling sexual epic provided some of the most honest meditations on female sexuality ever committed to screen, as well as some of the most ridiculous.


With its distinctive theme park backdrop, Yo La Tengo score and superb young cast on the verge of stardom, Greg Mottola's film stands out from the crowd. He goes to investigate a missing girl, and finds a community oddly untroubled by her absence, and that’s just the start of his troubles. This is the movie that emphasizes the terrifying and sexual charm of Count Dracula, with his imposing castle and immaculate breeding. To make matters worse, once under attack, the women discover that their friendships are not as rock solid as they may have previously thought. To say things do not go according to plan would be an understatement of extreme proportions. Martin CampbellBlond Bond had his doubters, but Daniel Craig reinvented 007 post-Bourne in a film that threw out the crusty old formula and made the franchise relevant again. Brian HelgelandHeath Ledger delivers a true movie star performance in Brian Helgeland’s gleefully anachronistic tale of medieval jousting that strikes a charming balance between the silly and the serious. It takes him out of the still-forming tradition of gory movie horror and places him back in the tradition of Gothic fiction from which he first came. These cookies are completely safe and secure and will never contain any sensitive information. These are simple text files which sit on your computer, and are only used by us and our trusted partners.




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