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When Ellen, the matriarch of the Graham family, passes away, her daughter's family begins to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry.
The more they discover, the more they find themselves trying to outrun the sinister fate they seem to have inherited.
The 'Antonia Graza' has been missing since 1962 so when a group of salvagers discover a mysterious vessel floating off the coast of Alaska they realise that this is its remains. Whilst towing the ship towards harbour strange things start to happen on board and the crew becomes trapped inside
The self-serving King Louis XIV is all-powerful and fears no one except the man he condemned to wear an iron mask and imprisoned for life.
The Musketeers' most glorious - and dangerous - adventure begins with the rescue of this mysterious prisoner from a fortress island prison.
But they soon realize that their mission may lead to the destruction of the very throne they serve.
Bryan Singer directs this crime thriller starring Stephen Baldwin and Kevin Spacey. When a burnt-out ship is discovered in San Pedro Bay along with 27 dead bodies, US customs agent Dave Kujal (Chazz Palminteri) is assigned to work the case and thinks his best chance is to interrogate the one survivor of the massacre, Roger 'Verbal' Kint (Spacey). Sitting in an office at police headquarters, Kint, who suffers with cerebral palsy, begins to tell his story, and the more he says, the more Kujal becomes convinced that the unseen master criminal Keyser Söze is the man behind it all.
All 20 episodes from the fourth season of the historical drama following the adventures of a Viking clan. The season follows Ragnar (Travis Fimmel), a Viking chieftain who, with help from his brother Rollo (Clive Standen) and wife Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick), plots to become king. A formidable warrior, Ragnar often leads his men on raids overseas. However, even as he makes a name for himself on the battlefield, Ragnar must be aware of rivals plotting behind his back in his homeland. The episodes are: 'A Good Treason', 'Kill the Queen', 'Mercy', 'Yol', 'Promised', 'What Might Have Been', 'The Profit and the Loss', 'Portage', 'Death All Round', 'The Last Ship', 'The Outsider', 'The Vision', 'Two Journeys', 'In the Uncertain Hour Before the Morning', 'All His Angels', 'Crossings', 'The Great Army', 'Revenge', 'On the Eve' and 'The Reckoning'.
Set in the 6th Century this is the tale of murder, greed, passion and revenge in Scotland and Denmark. The Royal throne has been taken over by the King's brother, after the King's murder. But the murder was witnessed by the younger brother, who plots his revenge by faking madness and trying to reveal the truth through the 'play within a play'.
First-time director George Isaac helms this British crime drama starring Toby Stephens, Gabriel Byrne and Rufus Sewell. When Riley (Stephens), a highly-skilled heist merchant, is recruited to take part in a sophisticated robbery, he is unaware of the even more sophisticated ploy behind it. Parker (Sewell), the wilful head of a police unit, has his sights set on London crime boss Joseph Corso (Byrne) and views the heist as his opportunity to take the seemingly untouchable gangster down. Unwittingly caught up in the power play between the two men, Riley will do well to extricate himself from a situation every bit as delicate and dangerous as the most challenging robbery...
This 90s update of the classic Civil War tale follows the lives of Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, four sisters left at home with their mother during the war. Hardships abound but the girls always retain hope and their strong family loyalty as each grows in her own way into a 'little woman'. Starring Winona Ryder, Clare Danes and Susan Sarandon.
Ex-cop-turned-bodyguard Jericho Cane (Arnold Schwarzenegger) stumbles across a demonic state of affairs when he prevents the assassination of his Wall Street employer (Gabriel Byrne). It transpires that Cane's boss is none other than Satan himself, come to impregnate a young woman named Christine York (Robin Tunney) - who was secretly anointed by a satanic cult at birth - on the eve of the new millennium and so bring about the end of days foretold in the Book of Revelation. With the help of his partner, Chicago (Kevin Pollak), Cane now attempts to protect Christine from both Satan and a group of priests who believe that her death is the only way to halt Armageddon.
Action-packed remake of the John Carpenter classic. On New Year's Eve, inside an under-manned Detroit police station that's about to be closed for good, officer Jake Roenick (Ethan Hawke) must bring together cops and criminals to save themselves from a group of rogue cops intent on killing mobster Marion Bishop (Laurence Fishburne).
Held in an L.A. interrogation room, Verbal Kint attempts to convince the feds that a mythic crime lord not only exists, but was also responsible for drawing him and his four partners into a multi-million dollar heist that ended with an explosion in San Pedro Harbour - leaving few survivors.
As Kint lures his interrogators into the incredible story of this crime lord's almost supernatural prowess, you too will be mesmerised by a lore that is completely captivating from beginning to end.
Winner of two Academy Awards (1995) for Best Original Screenplay and Supporting Actor (Kevin Spacey), this masterpiece of film noir gripped audiences the world over with its complex plot, riveting performances and one of the most talked-about climaxes in film history.
The first four seasons of the historical drama following the adventures of a Viking clan. The series follows Ragnar (Travis Fimmel), a Viking chieftain who, with help from his brother Rollo (Clive Standen) and wife Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick), plots to become king. A formidable warrior, Ragnar often leads his men on raids overseas. However, even as he makes a name for himself on the battlefield, Ragnar must be aware of rivals plotting behind his back in his homeland. Season 1 episodes are: 'Rites of Passage', 'Wrath of Northmen', 'Dispossessed', 'Trial', 'Raid', 'Burial of the Dead', 'A King's Ransom', 'Sacrifice' and 'All Change'. Season 2 episodes are: 'Brother's War', 'Invasion', 'Treachery', 'Eye for an Eye', 'Answers in Blood', 'Unforgiven', 'Blood Eagle', 'Boneless', 'The Choice' and 'The Lord's Prayer'. Season 3 episodes are: 'Mercenary', 'The Wanderer', 'Warrior's Fate', 'Scarred', 'The Usurper', 'Born Again', 'Paris', 'To the Gates!', 'Breaking Point' and 'The Dead'. Season 4 episodes are: 'A Good Treason', 'Kill the Queen', 'Mercy', 'Yol', 'Promised', 'What Might Have Been', 'The Profit and the Loss', 'Portage', 'Death All Round', 'The Last Ship', 'The Outsider', 'The Vision', 'Two Journeys', 'In the Uncertain Hour Before the Morning', 'All His Angels', 'Crossings', 'The Great Army', 'Revenge', 'On the Eve' and 'The Reckoning'.
The legend of King Arthur is provided with a further instalment in this musical animated adventure. When Arthur's (voiced by Pierce Brosnan) fabled sword, Excalibur, is stolen by Lord Ruber (Gary Oldman), plucky young Kayley sets out to retrieve it. She is aided in her quest by handsome blind servant Garrett (Cary Elwes) and a two-headed, Elvis-singing dragon, Devon (Eric Idle) and Cornwall (Don Rickles). Together they battle to save Camelot from the evil Ruber.
Double bill of war features. 'Attack on Leningrad' (2009) finds English journalist Kate Davis (Mira Sorvino) trapped within the besieged city of Leningrad. Separated from her lover, writer Philip Parker (Gabriel Byrne), and presumed dead, Kate is rescued by a female member of the Leningrad militia, Nina Tsvetkova (Olga Sutulova). Together, the two women battle to stay alive throughout the devastating 800-day siege. 'Days of Glory' (2007) explores the plight of the North African troops enlisted to fight in the French army between 1943 and 1945. Despite the fact that the four young Arabs around whom the story centres, Said (Jamel Debbouze), Martinez (Bernard Blancan), Messaoud (Roschdy Zem) and Abdelkader (Sami Bouajila), are effectively fighting for one colonial oppressor against another, they are determined to represent their country well and battle for freedom, tolerance and respect.
Documentary exploring the legacy of John Ford's classic film 'The Quiet Man'. An array of Hollywood stars including directors Martin Scorcese and Peter Bogdanovich, along with Gabriel Byrne and Maureen O'Hara, who starred alongside John Wayne in the film, share anecdotes and reveal the enduring influence and inspiration that the film had on their professional lives.
Triple bill of World War Two dramas. 'Attack On Leningrad' (2007) stars Mira Sorvino as English journalist Kate Davis, who becomes trapped within the besieged city of Leningrad at the height of the war. Separated from her lover, writer Philip Parker (Gabriel Byrne), and presumed dead, Kate is rescued by Nina Tsvetkova (Olga Sutulova), a female member of the Leningrad militia. Joining forces with a makeshift band of survivors in the famished city, the two women battle to stay alive throughout the devastating 800-day siege. 'The Bridge' (2008) is a made-for-TV remake of the classic 1959 German war film, which in turn is based on the autobiographical novel by Manfred Gregor. 16-year-old Walter (Lars Steinhofel) is having a secret affair with his widowed 29-year-old teacher Elfie (Franka Potente). When Hitler's army begins mobilising its last troops, Walter and his friends are recruited to help defend a strategically important bridge near their town. What begins as a relatively minor operation quickly descends into a life or death battle in which the idealistic young men are confronted by the brutal reality of war. Despite Elfie's desperate attempts to stop her lover from taking part in a battle she can see is useless and unwinnable, Walter's pride and blind obedience to Hitler compel him and his friends to hold their position even as the last of their superiors concede defeat. 'City of War - The Story of John Rabe' (2009), from German director Florian Gallenberger, is based on real events. Ulrich Tukur stars as John Rabe, the German businessman and card-carrying member of the Nazi party who uses his influence to save the lives of many thousands of Chinese citizens from the brutal offensive by the Japanese military during the infamous Rape of Nanking in 1937-38.
Heart-warming comedy-drama from director Richard E. Grant. In Swaziland in 1969, the British ex-pat community is thrown into turmoil by the impending arrival of Independence, signalling the end of their pampered decadent lifestyles. Meanwhile, Ralph Compton (Zac Fox/Nicholas Holt) is stuck in the middle of a messy divorce. His father's re-marriage to a brash ex-airhostess and Ralph's lead role in a production of Camelot take centre stage.
Drama starring Laura Linney as Louise Harrington, a divorced, thirty-something admission's officer at Columbia University's School of Fine Arts. When Louise arranges to interview a prospective student at least 15 years younger than she is, she's shocked to find out he is the spitting image of her high-school sweetheart, an artist who had died in a tragic car accident before they graduated. Within hours of the interview, Louise and Scott (Topher Grace) have embarked on a passionately uninhibited affair. But is Scott just a reminder of Louise's lost love?
American teen vampire fantasy. The film is set in a world where vampires have fully integrated themselves into society and have become accepted into everyday life. However, the many different races of vampire means that the vampires themselves are not always accepting of each other. Rose Hathaway (Zoey Deutch), who is a Dhampir - meaning she is half-human, half-vampire - is training to be a guardian for her good friend and member of the royal Moroi bloodline, Lissa Dragomir (Lucy Fry). As they return to the boarding school they left two years previously, they soon discover that a war is brewing between themselves and the Strigoi, a malevolent and bloodthirsty group of vampires. Who will gain the upper hand?
This London-set noir thriller starring Charlotte Rampling and Gabriel Byrne is the directorial debut of Rampling's son, Barnaby Southcombe who adapted it from the novel by Elsa Lewin. Lonely divorcee Anna Welles (Rampling) meets wealthy businessman George Stone (Ralph Brown) at a singles party, and ends up going home with him. As she is leaving his apartment, she crosses paths with Detective Bernie Reid (Byrne), who has been called to the scene of a brutal murder in the very apartment that Anna has just left.
All 35 episodes from the second season of HBO's real-time psychotherapy drama series. The series follows therapist Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne) as he engages in sessions throughout the week. On Monday through to Thursday, Paul sees his regular clients - Mia (Hope Davis), April (Alison Pill), Oliver (Aaron Grady Shaw) and Walter (John Mahoney) - while on Fridays Paul himself attends sessions with his mentor Gina (Dianne Wiest), revealing the crippling personal insecurities that belie his confident, insightful, professional persona.
Three classics films by the critically acclaimed Coen brothers.
Salvage operators Sean Murphy (Gabriel Byrne) and Maureen Epps (Julianna Margulies) think they might have struck the mother lode when they discover evidence of an abandoned cruise liner floating freely in the Bering Strait. They waste no time in tracking the ship down, and can't believe their luck when they discover numerous gold bars on board; however, they also recognise the need to work quickly as a rip in the ship's hull indicates that it might soon sink and be lost forever. Yet as the crew set to work and explore the ship further, they start to encounter ghostly phenomena and, one by one, the individual members begin turning up dead.
While investigating the link between M.P. Dennis Markham (Ian Bannen) and an East German agent, young journalist Nick Mullen (Gabriel Byrne) realises that he is being set up by the authorities. After his colleague, Vernon Bayliss (Denholm Elliott), is killed in suspicious circumstances, Mullen teams up with Bayliss' beautiful secretary Nina (Greta Scacchi) to get at the truth.
Comedy directed by Susan Johnson and starring Bel Powley, Nathan Lane and Gabriel Byrne. A smart young woman struggles to translate her academic skills into an understanding of the complexities of life outside her apartment from morality to relationships and sex.
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