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Jim Weedon directs this violent action feature starring Stanley Weber and Annabelle Wallis. The story follows the Shadow Walker (Weber) who, cast out by the ruthless king, is searching for a new place to call home but clashes with many of the kingdom's inhabitants along his journey. Meanwhile, after the death of her husband, warrior Anna (Wallis) is called upon to lead her fellow Saxons into battle.
Nick Love directs this big screen modern-day revamp of the classic British 1970s television series. Ray Winstone and pop star Plan B (aka Ben Drew) star as Regan and Carter, the iconic cop duo played by John Thaw and Dennis Waterman in the original version. When an armed robbery at a jewellery store causes Regan's investigations into a potential bank robbery to come to a standstill, he believes old enemy Francis Allen (Paul Anderson) is responsible.
However, having no evidence against him leaves the Flying Squad officer powerless to bring him in, but when Regan hears that Allen is now in business with a well known Serbian criminal, he becomes determined to catch the culprits whatever the cost.
Triple bill of canine-themed family features. In 'Pudsey the Dog Movie' (2014) Pudsey (voice of David Walliams) is a stray dog living, quite happily, alone on the streets of London. While wandering the streets one day he meets Molly (Izzy Meikle-Small), George (Spike White) and Tommy (Malachy Knights), three siblings with a lot of love to give. Having recently lost their father, the three children are set to move to a new house in the countryside with their mum Gail (Jessica Hynes). Unbeknownst to the family, Pudsey decides to tag along and become the newest member of their household. When Pudsey discovers something untoward about the family's landlord Mr Thorne (John Sessions), the little dog sets about trying to put everything right. 'Pups United' (2015) takes place at the Children's Football World Cup where a group of talking canine mascots led by the US mascot Rex (voice of Mark Silverman) band together to save the tournament when villainous businesswoman Ariana (Kristin Carey) attempts to sabotage the American team, the Flying Cleats, and a gang of criminals try to get their hands on the trophy. In 'Vampire Dog' (2012) Ace (Collin MacKechnie) is given his deceased grandfather's dog Fang to look after but he soon finds out it has more bite than he expected... this dog's a vampire! When Dr. Warhol (Amy Matysio) and her assistant Frank (Ron Pedersen) hear about the vampire dog they intend on capturing him to use his DNA in order to develop an anti-ageing formula. Luckily for Fang and Ace, together they are unstoppable, managing to avoid their adversaries and along the way discover an unlikely bond.
Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn paints this brutally violent portrait of Britain's most notorious prisoner, Charles Bronson (born Michael Peterson and later re-named by his fight promoter) - who has spent 34 years of his life in prison, and 28 of those in solitary confinement. As a teenager in the early 1970s, Bronson is jailed for seven years after robbing a post office. During his sentence he becomes increasingly violent and re-styles himself as a hardened criminal, convinced that his new persona will bring him the notoriety and fame he craves.
Violent Viking action feature. Dying Viking king Bagsecg (James Cosmo) sends his son Steinar (Charlie Bewley) on a quest to return his estranged brother and heir apparent to the kingdom. But with war raging in England, Steinar and the others in his group will need to battle their way through friends and enemies alike before uniting with their new king...
Richard Coyle and Agyness Deyn star in this English language remake of Nicolas Winding Refn's 1996 crime thriller of the same name. The film follows a particularly stressful week in the life of London drug dealer Frank (Coyle). When a deal goes wrong, Frank's life is plunged into chaos and violence and he becomes trapped and isolated in a nightmare of his own making.
Family comedy starring Olivia Coleman, John Sessions and the voice of David Walliams. Pudsey (Walliams) is a stray dog living, quite happily, alone on the streets of London. While wandering the streets one day he meets Molly (Izzy Meikle-Small), George (Spike White) and Tommy (Malachy Knights), three siblings with a lot of love to give. Having recently lost their father, the three children are set to move to a new house in the countryside with their mum Gail (Jessica Hynes). Unbeknownst to the family, Pudsey decides to tag along and become the newest member of their household. When Pudsey discovers something untoward about the family's landlord Mr Thorne (Sessions), the little dog sets about trying to put everything right.
Filmed in 3D for theatrical release, this British children's comedy is based on the bestselling books by Francesca Simon. Theo Stevenson stars as the behaviourally-challenged Horrid Henry, who wages his constant battle against the tyranny of adults including his teacher Miss Battle-Axe (Anjelica Huston), headmistress Mrs Oddbod (Rebecca Front) and the Demon Dinner Lady (Jo Brand) - and that's before he even gets started on his holier-than-thou little brother Perfect Peter (Ross Marron). Richard E Grant, Prunella Scales and Noel Fielding co-star.
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