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Kids (1995)

Disturbing, dark, low-budget independent film about a day in the life of a group of teens as they travel around New York City skating,...

Keep It Up, Jack! (1973)

Jack is a failing music hall impersonator and quick change artist. When his aunt dies leaving him a brothel, Jack decides to impersonate his...

Killers From Space (1954)

Dr. Doug Paul Martin Peter Graves Ellen Martin Barbara Bestar Col. Banks James Seay Briggs Steve Pendleton Dr. Curt Kruger Frank Gerstle Deneb/The Tala John Frederick Maj. Clift Shep Menken Sgt. Powers Ron Kennedy Sgt. Bandero Burt Wenland Miss Vincent Ruth Bennett Narrator Mark Scott Director W....

Killer Party (1986)

It's April Fool's Day and the sisters of Sigma Alpha Pi have found the perfect place to throw a party: the abandoned Delta Sigma...

Killing Zoe (1993)

Roger Avary co-wrote Pulp Fiction (1994) with Quentin Tarantino, and his debut feature as a director deals with many of the same themes. Eric Stoltz is...

King of Marvin Gardens, The (1972)

The host of a late-night radio chat show becomes embroiled in his younger brother's get-rich-quick schemes in Atlantic City in Jack Nicholson and director Bob...

Kansas City Bomber (1972)

The highs, lows and pitfalls of being a roller derby queen are put under the spotlight in the defiantly unglamorous sleeper hit that proved...

Killing, The (1956)

Ex-convict Johnny Clay recruits a gang for what he claims will be his last job: to steal $2 million from a heavily guarded racetrack. This...

Karate Killers, The (1967)

In this unfunny spy spoof, Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin are dispatched to prevent the formula for turning sea water into gold from falling...

King Solomon’s Mines (1950)

Adventure based on the classic novel by H Rider Haggard, starring Deborah Kerr and Stewart Granger. It is 1897 and Elizabeth Curtis (Kerr) is on...

Keep, The (1983)

In one of the weirdest Second World War movies ever made, a bunch of German soldiers bivouac in an old Romanian castle and get...

Kiss Me Stupid (1964)

Dean Martin, portraying himself, stranded in Climax, Nevada, is the subject of a plot to have him buy the songs of a service station...

Kiss Of The Spider Woman (1985)

Kiss of the Spider Woman is a Brazilian film with American actors, directed by Hector Babenco, the gifted South American whose film Pixote was a controversial sensation. Based...

Kiss Me Deadly (1955)

Kiss Me Deadly is a thick-ear masterpiece, wrenched by director Robert Aldrich and screenwriter A I Bezzerides from Mickey Spillane's trash novel. The movie is shot...

KISS Meets The Phantom of the Park (1978)

Filmed at Southern California's Magic Mountain amusement park, this gloriously cheesy film was made for TV but received a theatrical release in Europe and...

Kissin’ Cousins (1964)

A US Air Force Lieutenant tries to convince his hillbilly cousin to allow the government to build a missile base on his family's rural land. Light...

Klute (1971)

Jane Fonda plays Bree Daniels, a high class New York hooker who might hold the key to the disappearance of out-of-town family man, Tom...

King Of Hearts (1966)

One of the lesser luminaries of the French New Wave, Philippe de Broca scored a cult hit with this atmospheric black comedy set during...

King Kong (1976)

  In a competitive rush to explore every conceivable spot on Earth for hidden sources of oil, the Petrox company has sent an expedition into Micronesia...

Knack . . . And How To Get It, The (1965)

The winning film at the 1965 Cannes Film Festival was a "How-to" Manual in the art of Swinging Seduction from the director of A Hard...

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Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971)

Blackly comic gender-bending reworking on Robert Louis Stevenson's oft-filmed classic; this was Hammer’s third variation on the tale after The Ugly Duckling and The Two Faces of...

Two Mules For Sister Sara (1970)

Clint Eastwood plays Hogan, a quizzical, slightly bemused cowboy in this immensely enjoyable Don Siegel caper, saving nun Sister Sara (Shirley MacLaine) from a...

Belly Of An Architect, The (1987)

Brian Dennehy stars as a self-obsessed middle-aged American architect travelling to Italy to supervise an exhibition about an 18th-century French architect. His work is subverted...

That Sinking Feeling (1979)

The theft of a consignment of sinks is planned with the intricacy of a diamond heist by a group of unemployed teenagers but, as in...

Pretty Baby (1978)

In 1917, in the red light district of Storyville, New Orleans, prostitute Hattie (Susan Sarandon) lives with her twelve-year-old daughter Violet (Brooke Shields) in...

Quiller Memorandum, The (1966)

When two British agents are killed by a ruthless group of neo-Nazis in Berlin, Quiller, the department's top agent, is sent to investigate. His...

Guys and Dolls (1955)

Guys & Dolls is pretty much the most foolproof of the great musicals. For one thing, it was adapted from the eternally hilarious stories of...

Roustabout (1964)

A leather-clad carnival singer, general handyman, embittered orphan and karate expert (with a very large motorcycle) leaves during a lull in business, but returns for...