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Hanover Street (1979)

During the Second World War, an American Pilot stationed in England meets a young British nurse during an air raid on London. The two instantly...

Hanky Panky (1982)

This 1982 thriller stars Gene Wilder as New York based architect Michael Jordan. A beautiful stranger (Kathleen Quinlan) shares a cab with him and convinces...

Hey! There’s Naked Bodies on My TV! (1979)

This episodic movie spoofs TV shows from the 1970s, in three separate segments called 'Happy Daze' (Happy Days), 'Don't Come Back Kotler' (Welcome Back,...

High Anxiety (1977)

Nobel prize-winning Harvard professor of psychiatry Richard Thorndyke arrives in Los Angeles as the new administrator of the Psycho-Neurotic Institute for the Very Very Nervous to...

Happy Family, The (1952)

A working-class family are under siege in this light-hearted South London comedy. Government bureaucrats erroneously miss The House of Lords (a smartly-named shop in the...

Hunted (1952)

Hunted portrayed the flight and pursuit across England of seaman Chris Lloyd (Dirk Bogarde), on the run after killing his wife's lover, accompanied by...

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)

It's 30 October 1988, and Michael Myers has been in a coma since his pursuit of Laurie Strode was finally stopped ten years ago,...

Halloween 5 (1989)

Set one year after the events of Halloween 4 (1988), Michael Myers returns to Haddonsfield once again to try and kill his young niece. This was...

Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

This second sequel has nothing to do with the first and second films in the Halloween series and Michael Myers is nowhere in sight. In Santa Mira, California,...

Hell Is a City (1960)

A vicious killer and a merciless cop fight out their vendetta in the grimy streets and forgotten gutters. Filmed in the inimitable style of the...

How to Get Ahead in Advertising (1989)

Richard E. Grant and director Bruce Robinson’s companion piece to Withnail and I (1987) is a dark and delicious satire about an embittered advertising agent...

Her Private Hell (1967)

The cautionary tale of an innocent girl abroad who gets caught up in the sleazy world of modelling, Her Private Hell was the debut...

Herostratus (1967)

When a young poet (Michael Gothard) hires a marketing company to turn his suicide into a mass-media spectacle, he finds that his subversive intentions...

Honeymoon Machine, The (1961)

Naval lieutenant Steve McQueen misappropriates his ship's computer by using it to cheat at roulette in the Venice casino. However, there are three spanners in...

Hand, The (1981)

Oliver Stone directs Michael Caine in this hybrid horror that combines elements of The Beast with Five Fingers and The Hands of Orlac. Caine stars...

Hammer (1972)

Tough guy Fred Williamson's breakthrough movie was this below average blaxploitation crime thriller produced by drive-in movie king, Al Adamson. Williamson plays BJ Hammer, dock...

Hound of the Baskervilles, The (1958)

Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson solve the mystery surrounding the death of a baronet on bleak, forbidding Dartmoor and save the victim's heir from...

Hitch-Hiker, The (1953)

Family men Roy Collins (Edmond O'Brien) and Gilbert Bowen (Frank Lovejoy) set out on a fishing trip, but a hitch-hiker turns their holiday into...

House on Haunted Hill (1958)

Watson Pritchard's 100-year-old haunted mansion has already been the scene of seven murders when Frederick Loren (Vincent Price) and his wife, Annabelle (Carol Ohmart), rent the...

How to Steal the World (1968)

The disappearance of UNCLE agent Robert Kingsley (Barry Sullivan) and the abduction of five prominent scientists lead Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn) and Illya Kuryakin...

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Sixteen Candles (1983)

American teenager Samantha (Molly Ringwald) is despondent that her entire family has forgotten her sixteenth birthday, so caught up are they in the wedding...

Batman (1966)

With the instant popularity of the campy 1960's Batman TV series, 20th Century Fox decided a big-screen adventure was in order. The plots were still ludicrous and...

Cabaret (1972)

If you're willing to accept that the musical truly came of age with the arrival of Judy Garland at MGM, there's a fitting irony...

Black Belt Jones (1974)

  Having pulled off a major box-office coup with Enter the Dragon (1973), producers Fred Weintraub and Paul Heller were denied the services of their recently...

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...

Out Of Sight (1966)

A spy's butler plans to follow in his employer's footsteps by tackling the case of a mad scientist at the beach. Out Of Sight was one...

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...

Cannonball Run, The (1981)

The Cannonball Run is a mindlessly stupid film, described by critic Jeffrey Lyons as making Smokey and the Bandit look like Richard III. Ostensibly about a cross-country motor race...