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British drama set amidst the rave scene of the early 1990s. The film follows the exploits of 20-something best friends Matt (Henry Lloyd-Hughes) and Dylan (Jack O'Connell) as they progress from partying at illegal warehouse raves to becoming successful promoters at the peak of the scene in Manchester, Amsterdam and Ibiza. But whilst their success increases, their friendship begins to unravel as they become caught up in a dark and sinister world and lose sight of their dreams.
Caradog W. James directs this British sci-fi drama starring Toby Stephens and Caity Lotz. Top scientist Vincent (Stephens) works for the Ministry of Defence on a project aimed at producing a weapon equipped with advanced artificial intelligence. Vincent quickly enlists the help of Ava (Lotz), an expert on A.I., and the combination of their skills proves fruitful indeed. Such is the chemistry between Vincent and Ava that they begin a romantic relationship, which leads Vincent to confide to his partner that the conscious machine they've constructed together shares certain similarities with his ill daughter. This seems certain to cause problems when MOD bigwig Thomson (Denis Lawson) uses his authority to move the project in a different direction and Vincent loses control of his creation...
Jason Statham reprises his role as the hitman Arthur 'The Mechanic' Bishop alongside Jessica Alba and Tommy Lee Jones in this action thriller sequel. After retiring as a contract killer, Bishop attempts to put his murderous past behind him by starting a new life in Brazil with girlfriend Gina (Alba). However, when Gina is kidnapped by a formidable enemy, Bishop is ordered to carry out three seemingly impossible assassinations on very high profile targets if he wants to see her alive again. Facing a race against time, Bishop must do all he can to complete his objectives before it's too late.
Irish horror from director David Keating. Teenager Faith (Naomi Battrick) makes a deal with Sissy (Anna Walton), the leader of an ancient witches coven, in order to save her dying father. But, holding up her end of the bargain, Faith finds herself pregnant with a child that is rapidly growing inside her and begins to realise the deadly nature of her deal with Sissy. With their lives at stake both Faith and her father fight for their survival.
Double bill of action films starring Jason Statham. In 'The Mechanic' (2011), after his best friend and mentor Harry (Donald Sutherland) is murdered, professional hitman Arthur 'The Mechanic' Bishop (Statham) sets out to wreak his revenge on those responsible. When Harry's son Steve (Ben Foster) asks if Arthur will take him on as an apprentice, the two look set to become the deadliest duo in town. However, complications soon arise as the young student starts to outstrip his master. In 'Mechanic - Resurrection' (2016), after retiring as a contract killer, Bishop attempts to put his murderous past behind him by starting a new life in Brazil with girlfriend Gina (Jessica Alba). However, when Gina is kidnapped by a formidable enemy, Bishop is ordered to carry out three seemingly impossible assassinations on very high profile targets if he wants to see her alive again. Facing a race against time, Bishop must do all he can to complete his objectives before it's too late.
ITV's five-part follow-up to the 2011 drama 'Marchlands' again revolves around three families who live in the same house during different decades. The occupants living in Suffolk farmhouse Lightfields in 1944, 1975 and 2012 are all connected through the supernatural presence of a teenage girl whose death is shrouded in mystery. During the Second World War, Londoner Eve (Dakota Blue Richards) is evacuated to the remote farmhouse along with her little sister. Now under the care of Martha (Jill Halfpenny) and Albert (Sam Hazeldine), Eve makes friends with their daughter Lucy (Antonia Clarke) but one night a deadly barn fire results in tragedy and leaves the family and surrounding community grief-stricken. Over 30 years later Vivien (Lucy Cohu) moves into the house with her daughter Clare (Karla Crome). Despite having been evacuated to Lightfields in wartime, Vivien is unsure why she is drawn towards the place but soon strange goings-on force her to face up to her traumatic past. In the present day, Barry (Danny Webb), his wife Lorna (Sophie Thompson) and their young grandson are Lightfields' new residents. When Barry's father moves in with them, the ghost of the deceased girl returns, determined to uncover the secrets of long ago.
Horror thriller written and directed by Kelly Smith. When young couple Calvin (Rhys Meredith) and Paige (Sophie Linfield) invite Calvin's sister, Mandy (Gemma Harvey), along to a secluded cabin for a needed break, Mandy decides to bring along her latest friend, Tristan (Gordon Alexander). The four arrive at the cabin but are quickly warned of a local serial killer wandering the woods who has been dubbed 'The Tree Surgeon' due to his penchant for hanging body parts from trees. As the holiday progresses, the group allow an injured hitchhiker into the cabin, which is only the beginning of a horrific nightmare that none of them expected.
George Clooney co-writes and directs this adaptation of Robert M. Edsel's book that follows the men tasked with saving the world's greatest works of art from the Nazis during WWII. In the last months of the war, with the Third Reich teetering on the brink of collapse, the German army are ordered to destroy every piece of looted art in their possession. In a race against time, American President Franklin D. Roosevelt mobilises a seven-man platoon comprising museum directors and art historians to rescue the cream of the world's artistic and cultural treasures from the hands of the enemy, and return them to their rightful owners. But with no previous experience of weapons and tactics, the hastily assembled group soon face a rude awakening when they experience their first live action behind enemy lines. As well as Clooney, the all-star cast includes Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, Bill Murray, John Goodman and Jean Dujardin.
First there was the insomnia. Then there were the support groups that helped him sleep. Then Marla Singer turned up, muscled in on ascending bowel cancer and ruined everything. Then he met Tyler Durden. Then came Fight Club. Mild mannered product recall specialist by day, tortured insomniac by night, our narrator is a discontented white-collar drone who longs to escape his everyday reality. Together with Tyler Durden - part-time projectionist, banquet waiter, soap-maker and anarchic genius - he creates Fight Club, where he and men like him can get away from their work-dominated, consumer-driven, image-obsessed lives. Soon there are fight clubs in basement bars across the country; men with cuts, bruises, stitches and missing teeth wherever you look. Tyler Durden has become an urban legend - but when he invents Project Mayhem, things begin to escalate. There's only one thing to do: shut down Fight Club. But have they created a monster they can't control? This full-cast BBC radio dramatisation of Chuck Palahniuk's visceral, unflinching novel stars Patrick Kennedy as the Narrator, Sam Hazeldine as Tyler and Elaine Cassidy as Marla. Cast: The Narrator...Patrick Kennedy Tyler Durden...Sam Hazeldine Marla Singer... Elaine Cassidy Big Bob...Martin Sherman Doctor/Boss...Nigel Whitmey Recruit One...Danny Mahoney Mechanic...John Schwab Ted...Sam Dale Glenda...Jane Slavin Chloe...Ayesha Antoine Dramatised by Tracey Malone and Ed Whitmore Produced by Heather Larmour Duration: 1 hour approx.
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