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Scars of Dracula, The (1970)

Christopher Lee thinks this is his weakest Dracula sequel, but Hammer horror fans like it because the Count has more screen time here than...

Slaughterhouse-Five (1972)

Kurt Vonnegut's masterpiece science-fiction novel is done marvellous justice by director George Roy Hill's wildly complex, truly bizarre and poignant commentary on the absurdity...

Showgirls (1995)

Erotic drama from the writer and director of Basic Instinct (1992), starring Elizabeth Berkley as Nomi Malone, a "dancing" hopeful who arrives in glittering Las...

Spy in the Green Hat, The (1966)

Created to cash in on the 1960s spy craze, The Man from UNCLE TV show spawned a hit-and-miss series of spin-off movies of which...

Spy with My Face, The (1965)

The Man from UNCLE was such a cult hit in the UK that the seven movie spin-offs were made almost exclusively with the British box...

Squeeze a Flower (1969)

A cosmopolitan comedy indeed, with an Italian, an Irishman, and American and an Australian girl sharing star billing. Italian comedian Walter Chiari again plays an...

Scorpio Rising (1964)

Chromed, customised motorcycles are the raidon d'etre of biker Scorpio and his true-to-life technicolor gang of greaser dandies, whose posturing and partying are masterfully cut with...

School For Scoundrels (1960)

Based on Stephen Potter's popular books, this hit-and-miss comedy just about passes muster thanks to the willing performances of Ian Carmichael and Terry-Thomas. Henry Palfrey...

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, The (1967)

Schlockmeister Roger Corman produced this graphically violent chronicle of the Chicago gangster wars of the 1920s and the events that lead to the bloody...

Summer of ’42 (1971)

For 15-year-old Hermie (Gary Grimes) and his friends, life on a tranquil New England island is untouched by the harsh realities of the Second...

Swamp Thing (1982)

  Scientist Alec Holland (Ray Wise) is trying to develop a plant which will have the aggressiveness of animals and be able to survive in...

Silent Movie (1976)

In a (virtually) dialogue-free movie, Mel Brooks plays film director Mel Funn, who plans to make a modern-day silent movie in an attempt to...

Suburban Wives (1971)

This pseudo-documentary sex comedy presented seven stories of marital infidelity told from the women's point of view. Sarah Eva Whishaw John Peter May John's boss Barry Linehan Kathy Heather Chasen Secretary Gabrielle Drake Photographer Robin Culver Sarah's husband Richard...

Spanish Fly (1975)

Beloved comic actors Leslie Phillips and Terry-Thomas had definitely seen better days when they co-starred in this silly British sex farce which sees Phillips...

Stand Up Virgin Soldiers (1977)

Writer Leslie Thomas revisits his Malayan war memoirs but this time the result is more akin to "Confessions of a National Serviceman". 1950: a group...

Sliver (1993)

Book editor Carly Norris moves into a luxurious Manhattan apartment block unaware that the previous tenant died in mysterious circumstances. Carly soon becomes the...

Scream and Scream Again (1970)

For several years after the film was released, Vincent Price claimed he never understood the script at all. Dr Browning Vincent Price Fremont Christopher Lee Major Heinrich Benedek Peter Cushing Sylvia Judy Huxtable Detective...

Saturn 3 (1980)

Research workers Kirk Douglas and Farrah Fawcett live an idyllic Adam and Eve existence in a synthetic food-making factory on Titan, Saturn's largest moon. Then...

Silver Streak (1976)

George Caldwell (Gene Wilder) is an overworked and exhausted publisher who boards a train from Los Angeles to Chicago. As the journey progresses, he witnesses...

Sing Boy Sing (1958)

A young pop singer (Tommy Sands) is exploited by his agent. The boy comes to realise this and vows to give up his career. His...

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20 Million Miles To Earth (1957)

A spaceship returning from the first manned space flight to Venus crashes near Sicily, releasing a fast-growing reptilian beast that rampages through Rome in one...

Raven, The (1963)

A funny satire of horror stories (inspired by Poe's poem) set in 15th-century England - a time ruled by magic, fear, and superstition. Dr. Craven...

Story Of O, The (1975)

This tale of a woman who becomes a willing slave to the men she loves was banned in the UK for 25 years though it's...

Doctor Detroit (1983)

Dan Aykroyd featured in his first leading role (not long after the death of his partner John Belushi) as a mild-mannered midwestern WASP college teacher getting mixed...

Silencers, The (1966)

The Silencers is a quintessential 1960s spy spoof, the first (and best) of four colourful Matt Helm features, with debonair "Rat Pack" member Dean Martin cleverly...

Alice (1988)

Having previously visited Lewis Carroll in Jabberwocky (1977), Czech surrealist animator and director Jan Svankmajer made his feature bow with this distinctive adaptation, which...

Genesis II (1973)

Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry failed to strike similar gold with this contrived tale involving Alex Cord as the lone survivor of a post-millennium...

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...