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Flesh for Frankenstein (1974)

Explicit blood-letting and violence overwhelm this shockingly funny Italian-American exposé of the venal grime behind Victorian aristocracy from director Paul Morrisey, who shot the...

Frogs (1972)

Jason Crockett is an ageing, grumpy, physically disabled millionaire who invites his family to his island estate for his birthday celebration. Pickett Smith is a...

First Man into Space (1958)

In this briskly efficient B-movie from the golden era of British science fiction, brash US Navy test pilot Dan Prescott, hungry for fame, rockets...

Fiend Without a Face (1958)

A scientist’s thoughts materialise as an army of invisible brain-shaped monsters (complete with spinal-cord tails) who terrorise an American military base in Canada following...

Fright NIght (1985)

A teenager finds out that his new neighbour is a vampire and responsible for several deaths in the area. Desperate because friends and family do...

Family Jewels, The (1965)

Nine-year-old Donna Peyton (Donna Butterworth) is orphaned when her father dies and leaves her with a $30 million fortune. Her late father's attorney explains that...

FM (1978)

QSKY is the number one radio station in Los Angeles mainly because of the music they play, and running the station the way they...

Flesh and the Spur (1956)

Luke Random/Matt Random John Agar Wild Willow Marla English Stacy Doggett Mike ("Touch") Connors Windy Wagonwheels Raymond Hatton Lola Maria Monay Rina Joyce Meadows Kale Tanner Kenne Duncan Indian Chief Frank Lackteen Blackie Mel Gaines Deputy Marshal Michael Harris Bud Eddie Kafafian Director Edward L Cahn

Four-sided Triangle (1953)

When scientists Bill Leggatt (Stephen Murray) and Robin Grant (John Van Eyssen) fall in love with the same girl (Barbara Payton), they solve their...

Felicity (1978)

17-year-old Felicity Robinson (played by unknown Canadian actress Glory Annen) lives at the Willows End Ladies College in Australia, where she finds herself uncontrollably turned on...

Final Programme, The (1973)

Jerry Cornelius, a ruthless Nobel prize-winner, billionaire, adventurer and time traveller, is asked by the ruthless Miss Brunner (pictured below left) - who consumes her...

Friday Foster (1975)

A photographer discovers a plot to assassinate one of her subjects, the wealthiest black man in America, and faces a nerve-wracking race against time...

Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)

Baron Frankenstein blackmails a young asylum doctor into releasing the mad Dr Brandt so that he can learn the secret of his brain freezing...

For A Few Dollars More (1965)

Sergio Leone’s sequel to his ground-breaking A Fistful of Dollars (1964) is longer, more accomplished, and provides the first example of a complex three-way dynamic...

Flirting (1989)

Director John Duigan began the coming-of-age story of Danny Embling in the wonderful The Year My Voice Broke (1987), and continues it in this even...

Follow That Dream (1962)

This easy-going rustic drama sees Elvis Presley cast as wide-eyed country boy Toby Kwimper in a film adapted by His Girl Friday screenwriter Charles...

Female Trouble (1974)

Along with Pink Flamingos (1972), this is the film that gained cult director John Waters his trophy for spectacularly redefining melodrama. It features the transvestite Divine...

Frozen Dead, The (1966)

Dana Andrews stars as a crazed scientist keeping the heads of Nazi war criminals alive until he can find appropriate bodies to attach them...

Fanny Hill (1983)

Although considerably classier than Russ Meyer's 1964 version, this is still a disappointingly bawdy dramatisation of John Cleland's 1749 erotic classic. Director Gerry O'Hara sets...

Fellini Satyricon (1969)

Fellini Satyricon tells of two students in Rome circa AD 500, who go their different ways after fighting over a pretty boy. Their separate adventures include drunken...

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Sphinx (1980)

Lesley-Anne Down stars as Erica Baron, an Egyptologist who comes up against a gang smuggling artefacts from the Valley of the Kings. Rarely since The...

Grifters, The (1990)

Abounding in suspense, eroticism and dark comic twists, this is a subtle and stylish film noir about three con artists or "grifters," set in a stylised Southern...

Operation Kid Brother (1967)

It must have seemed a good idea at the time: star Sean Connery's brother Neil as himself in a spy spoof and surround him...

Three Bites of the Apple (1966)

David McCallum took time off from his hit TV series The Man from UNCLE to star in this travelogue comedy set on the Riviera. McCallum...

War and Peace (1956)

Produced by Dino De Laurentiis and shot on location in Italy at a cost of $6 million, War and Peace weighs in at 208 minutes. The money...

Joe (1970)

Director John G Avildsen's violent "bigot-versus-counterculture" parable is very much a product of its conservative times, but its implausibility is tempered by strong performances. Peter...

Wildcats Of St Trinian’s, The (1980)

Pupils of the infamous St Trinian's establish the first branch of the Union of British Schoolgirls, then kidnap the daughter of a wealthy Arab...