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Bobo, The (1967)

Unsuccessful singing bullfighter Juan Bautista (Sellers) arrives in Barcelona to try his luck in a big town. He finally persuades a devious local impresario to...

Boys (1996)

For a movie that basically puts a 90s spin on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, with Winona Ryder as a runaway babe given shelter...

Born To Boogie (1973)

Born To Boogie was, first and last, a celebration of the phenomenon of Marc Bolan. There was no plot, no message, no subliminal undertone;...

Boy Who Turned Yellow, The (1972)

John Saunders (Mark Dightam) loses his pet mouse, Alice, on a school trip to the Tower of London. Next day, on the underground, he turns...

Billy Two Hats (1973)

Ted Kotcheff directed this curious western in Israel two years after making the excellent Wake In Fright (1971) in Australia. It's about the friendship of an old...

Blockhouse, The (1973)

The Blockhouse was based on a real-life horror story. In 1951 French workers accidentally unearthed two men who had been trapped underground for six years. Six...

Beatniks, The (1960)

Eddie Crane (Tony Travis), a young gang leader, is given the chance of a TV singing career. But a vicious killer in the gang...

Boss Nigger (1975)

Two black bounty hunters (Fred Williamson and D'Urville Martin) ride into a small town out West in pursuit of an outlaw. They discover the town...

Born Losers (1967)

A motorcycle gang harasses the residents of a small California town, intimidating residents to not report them to the police. Among the gang's crimes is...

Big Bird Cage, The (1972)

The sequel to The Big Doll House (1971) is more of the same - a blaxploitation mix of broad humour, random violence and dodgy politics. Terry (Anitra Ford), a...

Battle in Outer Space (1959)

In 1965 bizarre phenomena cause disasters all over the world. The United Nations traces the destructive acts to alien forces called Natalians. At the Japanese...

Bonfire of the Vanities, The (1990)

Tom Wolfe's 1987 novel about the Greed Decade was penetrating. prophetic and incisively satirical. Director Brian De Palma's $45 million film version of the...

Blind Rage (1978)

Jesse Crowder Fred Williamson Willie Black D'Urville Martin Lin Wang Leo Fong Ben Guevara Tony Ferrer Anderson Dick Adair Hector Lopez Darnell Garcia Johnny Duran Charlie Davao Sally Leila Hermosa Capt. Reyes Carlos Padilla Jr. Chief Rodriguez Subas Herrero Jim Metcalf Chuck Doherty Lew Simpson B.T. Anderson Director Efren...

Brothers Rico, The (1957)

Eddie Rico has been the book-keeper of an important Mafia boss but now he is an honest merchant and lives with his family in...

Bad News Bears, The (1976)

"The coach is waiting for his next beer. The pitcher is waiting for her first bra. The team is waiting for a miracle. Consider...

Blood Beach (1980)

What's sucking sun-worshippers and concerned locals under the sand on a south California beach? Nothing more than a stock papier-mâché monster in this workmanlike update...

Black Eye (1974)

Fred Williamson Rosemary Forsyth Teresa Graves Floy Dean Director Jack Arnold

Blood Spattered Bride, The (1972)

This sexy Spanish lesbian vampire flick starts with recently married young virgin bride Susan (Maribel Martín) travelling with her husband (Simón Andreu) to his isolated...

Bread (1971)

On their way home from the Isle of Wight Pop Festival, five hippies - Jeff (Peter Marinker), Trev (Dick Haydon), Mick (Nigel Anthony), Marty...

Black Panther, The (1977)

This gripping crime drama charts the killing spree which Donald Neilson, aka the Black Panther, perpetrated across England during the mid-70s, culminating in the...

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PT-109 (1963)

PT-109 tells the story of President John F Kennedy's wartime experience as a PT boat skipper in the South Pacific, with Cliff Robertson portraying...

Looker (1981)

When two of his female patients die, plastic surgeon Doctor Larry Roberts (Albert Finney) is the chief suspect. Yet as he attempts to find...

Dr. Strangelove (1963)

The hypothetical prospect of total nuclear annihilation provided the satirical content of Stanley Kubrick's jet-black comedy. The question asked by the movie (based on a...

Damnation Alley (1977)

The world is devastated by a nuclear holocaust, causing the Earth to tilt on its axis and bringing vast meteorological chaos. As the weather...

Shadowlands (1994)

After the sweeping, noble scale of Gandhi (1982) and Cry Freedom (1987), Richard Attenborough directed this more intimate drama which remains one of his best pictures...

Electric Dreams (1984)

Lenny Von Dohlen plays Miles, a geeky architect who falls hopelessly in love with his neighbour, cellist Madeline (Virginia Madsen), only to discover his rival...

Accident (1967)

"Like a punch in the chest. Put together breath by breath, look by look, lust by lust, lie by lie. A compelling film". The complex...

Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977)

Two nuclear submarines – one British and one Russian – have been stolen. A mysterious person offers the submarine detection device for sale to...