• A Paul Joyce Documentary - Made in the USA


    1993 • United Kingdom • Directed by Paul Joyce & Chris Rodley

    Paul Joyce's documentary on the past, present and future of the American independent film scene features interviews with Quentin Tarantino, David Lynch and Jim Jarmusch.

  • The Lukas Moodysson Collection

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    Ever since his debut was heralded as “a young master’s first masterpiece” by none other than Ingmar Bergman, director Lukas Moodysson has been hailed internationally as one of Sweden’s greatest filmmaking talents, delighting and confounding audiences in equal measure.

    Moodysson’s first film, Fuc...

  • A Paul Joyce Documentary - Robert Altman: Giggle and Give In


    1996 • United Kingdom • Directed by Paul Joyce

    Paul Joyce’s documentary profile of Robert Altman features contributions from Altman, Elliott Gould, Shelley Duvall, assistant director Alan Rudolph and screenwriter Joan Tewkesbury.

  • February on ARROW - Trailer

    This February, fall head over heels for ARROW with a saucy new Jean Rollin collection and an exclusive feature-length documentary on the French master of the fantastique himself: Orchestrator of Storms.

    There’s also Jamie Lee Curtis and Stacey Keach driving and dicing with death in Road Games, ...

  • The First Time

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    You never forget the first time, and you'll never forget these first films from a host of legendary, cult and breakthrough directors.

  • A Paul Joyce Documentary - Marlon Brando: Wild One


    1994 • United Kingdom • Directed by Paul Joyce

    An examination of the craft of Marlon Brando, narrated by professionals of the film industry. The film follows his career from the stage with "A Streetcar Named Desire", through the Actors Studio and professional relationships with Elia Kazan and St...

  • Angela Mao in Lady Whirlwind & Hapkido

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    When director Huang Feng (The Shaolin Plot) jumped ship from Shaw Brothers to their upstart rivals Golden Harvest, he swiftly launched the career of a Taiwanese ingenue barely out of Beijing opera school named Angela Mao, who despite her fresh-faced femininity became one of Hong Kong’s toughest a...

  • Ravenous Cannibals

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    It looks like meat's back on the menu!

    Fasten your napkin securely around your neck, sharpen your carving knife and take a nice big juicy bite out of this collection of cannibalistic flicks sure to fill any tummies rumbling for gore, savagery and man-eating mayhem!

  • The Executioner
    Movie + 2 extras

    The Executioner

    Movie + 2 extras

    1974 • Japan • Directed by Teruo Ishii

    Ryuichi Koga (Sonny Chiba) is a descendent of the Koga Ninja school, now earning his living through more nefarious means as a gun for hire. When he is enlisted to take down a drug cartel alongside Hayabusa (Makoto Satô), a disgraced former narcotics detecti...

  • The Executioner 2: Karate Inferno


    1974 • Japan • Directed by Teruo Ishii

    When a priceless jewel owned by rich heiress Sabine is stolen, along with her daughter, Professional thief and hired killer Ryuichi Koga and his gang are hired to retrieve both. At a ransom exchange, the team save the girl but lose the money and the jewel. ...

  • A Lucida Production - Reel Women


    1995 • United Kingdom • Directed by Chris Rodley

    Interviews with women directors working in Hollywood and Europe in the early 1990s, exploring the opportunities and obstacles that face them. A program made to accompany a Channel 4 season of films directed and produced by women.

  • Adam Egypt Mortimer Selects

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    Adam Egypt Mortimer - director of Some Kind of Hate, Daniel Isn't Real and Archenemy

    "The first time I saw Seijun Suzuki’s mod yakuza mind-blower Branded To Kill, it was a bootleg VHS tape. No subtitles. But even without language, it ripped my head off: the imagery, the music, the unhinged appr...

  • Video Nasties

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    “Video Nasties”. Those two words send a shiver of fear up the spine of the moral majority, and a shiver of anticipation up the spine of horror fans. Used to describe any of the films on the DPP (Director of Public Prosecutions) List put out in the UK in the 80s, these films were deemed to be “obs...

  • A Paul Joyce Documentary - Stanley Kubrick: The Invisible Man


    1996 • United Kingdom • Directed by Paul Joyce

    After studying Stanley Kubrick's work and making four documentaries about aspects of his career, director Paul Joyce initiates a definitive and lasting tribute to one of the greatest film directors of all time in ‘Stanley Kubrick: The Invisible Man’.

  • Humanoids from the Deep


    Humanoid sea creatures emerge from the depths and start killing a fishing town's residents and raping their women. It's up to the townsfolk and a visiting biologist to fight back and fend them off. This glorious, gory and grisly 1980 monster movie also features a score by James Horner and Roger C...

  • A Paul Joyce Documentary - You Talkin' To Me?


    1994 • United Kingdom • Directed by Paul Joyce & Chris Rodley

    Cinefile episode with Paul Joyce profiling Robert De Niro with copious commentary from Quentin Tarantino.

  • The Leech
    Movie + 5 extras

    The Leech

    Movie + 5 extras

    2022 • United States • Directed by Eric Pennycoff

    From Black Christmas to Rare Exports, there has long been a symbiotic relationship between horror and the season of good cheer. Now, writer/director Eric Pennycoff (Sadistic Intentions) continues this proud tradition with The Leech, a cautionary ...

  • J-horror Legends

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    In the 90s the J-horror phenomenon swept the globe and horror fans were enthralled by a new kind of scary movie. The antithesis of gory 80s slashers, J-horror films were more restrained, but utterly terrifying nonetheless. Focussing more on the psychological and on ghost stories and curses inspir...

  • Awfully British

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    Complicated us Brits. We’re two sides of the same pound coin. Speaking the Queen’s English on telly and pronouncing “bottle of water,” “bo'ohw'o'wo'er” at home; prizing our stiff upper lips, but also knowing when to put the kettle on for a cosy chat about it. ‘Awfully British’ isn’t just a collec...

  • Shawscope Volume Two

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    Picking up where Volume One left off, this sophomore collection of Hong Kong cinema classics draws together many of the best films from the final years of the Shaw Brothers studio, proving that while the end was nigh, these merchants of martial arts mayhem weren’t going to go out without a fight!...

  • Incredible But True
    Movie + 1 extra

    Incredible But True

    Movie + 1 extra

    2022 • France • Directed by Quentin Dupieux

    Quirky, deadpan humour, an absurdist eye for French social etiquette and a keen sense of the folly of existence are among the hallmarks of the oddball comedies of director Quentin Dupieux (Rubber, Deerskin), and Incredible But True is no different.


  • En français

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    Headlined by Quentin Dipieux’s delightfully bonkers and tres French, Incredible But True, En français is a curated collection of the very best in French film, covering the whole gamut and history of Gallic cinema.

    With a constant output of chic and stylish cinema since the Lumiere brothers birth...

  • Dark and Deadly: Fifty Years of Film Noir


    A documentary looking at the renaissance of the film noir genre, and talking to directors who are using it to reflect contemporary fears and fascinations.