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X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963)

Dr James Xavier is a world renowned scientist experimenting with human eyesight. He devises a drug, that when applied to the eyes, enables the user...

X The Unknown (1957)

On a desolate Scottish moor, a platoon of soldiers are being trained in the use of the Geiger counter. Their manoeuvres are interrupted by...

Xanadu (1980)

A struggling young artist, a heavenly muse and a sentimental millionaire join forces to open up a roller-disco palace. Olivia Newton-John plays Kira - the glowing,...

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Hunt For Red October, The (1990)

This Cold War thriller marks the first screen appearance of Jack Ryan, the US agent subsequently played by Harrison Ford in Patriot Games and Clear...

Cruising (1980)

William Friedkin's typically intense thriller finds Al Pacino overacting alarmingly as clear-eyed New York cop Steve Burns who leathers up and enters the gay,...

King of Comedy, The (1983)

Of all Martin Scorsese's outings with sparring partner Robert DeNiro, this is the strangest. He plays Rupert Pupkin, an aspiring stand-up comic (and seedy...

Dr Goldfoot & the Girl Bombs (1966)

  "Meet the girls with the Thermo-Nuclear navels!" Thanks to cult Italian horror director Mario Bava, this sequel to Dr Goldfoot & The Bikini Machine (1965) piles on...

Rocky Horror Picture Show, The (1975)

Ah, The Timewarp - A wonderfully tacky dance step from Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Picture Show, the travelling horror musical which managed to combine sex,...

Rita, Sue and Bob Too (1987)

Shamelessly stark social comedy by director Alan Clarke adapted from two controversial plays by the teenage playwright Andrea Dunbar. A bawdy 80s farce of...

Sandwich Man, The (1966)

Mild-mannered widower Horace Quilby is a 'Sandwich Man' who carries a sandwich-board on behalf of Finklebaum and O'Casey - dealers in 'misfit clothing' - and...

Cuckoo Patrol (1965)

Another lightweight vehicle for British cabaret/beat group Freddie and The Dreamers. The title says it all - and the film could quite justifiably be subtitled...