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Movie Classics

The Phantom Of The Opera

Beneath the sewers of the Paris Opera House, a masked figure dwells. The Phantom is a hideously disfigured composer whose dream is to turn a chorus singer into a star. More…

The Phantom Of The Opera
The Third Man

Often described as the greatest British film ever made, The Third Man is an outstanding example of classic Film Noir littered with subtle hints of Expressionism. More…

The Third Man
The Colour Of Pomegranates

Directed by Sergo Paradjanov, The Colour Of Pomegranates is a like a dream I wish to never wake from. It’s the beautifully visualised story of an 18th century poet’s life. More…

The Colour Of Pomegranates
Kind Hearts And Coronets

A much celebrated British film, Kind Hearts and Coronets contains one of the best examples of multitasking ever to be seen with Alec Guinness taking on eight roles. More…

Kind Hearts And Coronets
Forbidden Planet

Forbidden Planet, set in the year 2257 when a team of astronauts land on a distant planet to investigate the disappearance of a craft, they’re met with an unknown force… More…

Forbidden Planet
The Lavender Hill Mob

What happens when a mild mannered bank clerk plans the perfect robbery? In this classic Ealing Studios comedy, Henry Holland (Alec Guinness) will find out crime doesn’t pay! More…

The Lavender Hill Mob
The Cruel Sea

In this classic World War 2 film, The Cruel Sea, the men are the heroes; the heroines the ships. The only villain is the sea, the cruel sea, that man has made more cruel… More…

The Cruel Sea
Cross Of Iron

Based on the novel ‘Das Geduldige Fleisch’ by Willi Heinrich, Cross Of Iron follows a doomed German platoon at the hands of the Russians on the Eastern Front in 1943. More…

Cross Of Iron
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?

When a struggling adman agrees to pose as famous actress Rita Marlowe’s new lover in return for her starring in his campaign, surely it’s a match made in heaven…right? More…

Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?
Midnight Cowboy

You ever heard about a film so damn often you feel like you’ve seen it countless times already? This was exactly the case with John Schlesinger’s Midnight Cowboy. More…

Midnight Cowboy
Limelight

Limelight, with Charlie Chaplin as the once famous stage clown Calvero, who saves a suicidal ballerina, is a celebration of the arts, love and above all, life. More…

Limelight
Move Over Darling

Although it started off as Something’s Got To Give with Marilyn Monroe and Dean Martin, it eventually became Move Over Darling with Doris Day and James Garner. More…

Move Over Darling
Decision Before Dawn

Shot on location in post-war Germany, this true story is about German prisoners of war recruited by the US to spy on their former comrades. Can they be trusted? More…

Decision Before Dawn
Deadfall

Michael Caine stars as Henry Clarke, a cat burglar enticed into a job in Spain where he gets tangled up with a husband and wife team who aren’t what they seem. More…

Deadfall
Spartacus

Along with Ben Hur (1959) and Cleopatra (1963), Spartacus is one of the most famous historical epics of all time; gladiators, battles and that bathhouse sequence! More…

Spartacus

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