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I Am Curious (Blue) (1968)

A parallel film to Vilgot Sjöman’s controversial I Am Curious (Yellow), I Am Curious (Blue) also follows young Lena on her journey of self-discovery. In Blue, Lena confronts issues of religion, sexuality, and the prison system,...

I Am Curious (Yellow) (1967)

A Swedish film directed by Vilgot Sjoman. Lena (Lena Nyman), aged twenty, wants to know all she can about life and reality. She collects information on everyone and everything, storing her findings in an enormous archive. She...

I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle (1990)

Brummie motorbike courier Nick "Noddy" Oddie (Neil Morrisey) purchases a motorcycle (a Norton Commando) that turns out to be possessed by the spirit of an evil occultist which runs on blood instead of petrol. Naturally,...

I Deal in Danger (1966)

This 90-minute film was edited together from a number of episodes of the 1966 television series, Blue Light David March (Robert Goulet) is an American Nazi who has renounced his country and taken German citizenship.  He...

I Don’t Want To Be Born (1975)

I Don't Want To Be Born (released as The Devil Within Her in the US) begins with Lucy Calesi (Joan Collins) giving birth. During the delivery, Dr Finch (Donald Pleasence) comments that the child doesn’t seem...

I Drink Your Blood (1971)

A band of satanist hippies - led by the demented Horace Bones (Bhaskar Roy Chowdhury) - roll into the little town of Valley Hill which has been largely abandoned due to the construction of a...

I Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)

Aimed squarely at the teenage TV audience, this stalk-and-slash saga from director Jim Gillespie gives Scream (1996) writer Kevin Williamson the chance to revive his favourite psycho-killer clichés. Here, four high-school graduates (played by Jennifer Love Hewitt,...

I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! (1968)

Peter Sellers as a hippie? Yes, indeed, and he's in top form as Harold, a neurotic Jewish lawyer in Los Angeles with an overbearing mother, played by Van Fleet. On the day of his wedding, Harold...

I Married A Monster From Outer Space (1958)

A distraught Marge Farrell (Gloria Talbott) is growing increasingly alarmed over the changes in her new husband Bill (Tom Tryon), who's been acting strangely ever since their wedding night. And for good reason: Bill - and...

I Married a Woman (1958)

Marshall "Mickey" Briggs (George Gobel) of the Sutton Advertising Agency, is hard-pressed to come up with an idea to follow his successful "Miss Luxenberg" beauty contest campaign for the Luxenberg Beer company. His original contest popularised...

I Spit On Your Grave (1978)

This still-notorious film now seems tame in the gore and nudity departments, but its violence against women is still outrageous. Jennifer Hill (Camille Keaton, the great-niece of movie legend Buster Keaton) is a young, hip, free-spirited...

I Start Counting (1969)

14-year-old Wynne (Jenny Agutter in her first starring film role) is infatuated with her older (32) foster-brother, George (Bryan Marshall) who still lives at the family home. She fantasises that they will marry when she...

I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978)

I Wanna Hold Your Hand is not a movie about The Beatles. It's a film about the fans and the frenzy the Fab Four caused on their first visit to the USA - a tribute...

I Was a Teenage Werewolf (1957)

This drive-in B-movie classic has dysfunctional college boy Tony (a young Michael Landon) attending hypnotherapy sessions to cure him of his antisocial tendencies. Unfortunately, he ends up with an unscrupulous therapist who uses regression therapy to send...

I Was Monty’s Double (1958)

A true story of soldier and former jobbing actor Meyrick Edward Clifton "Jimmy" James who ended up impersonating Field Marshal Montgomery in a real-life mission during WW2 due to his uncanny resemblance to the British...

I, a Woman (1965)

Young Swedish nurse Siv (Essy Persson in her film debut) lives unhappily in her drab family home with her strict mother (Tove Maës), a religious fanatic, and father (Erik Hell) who is withering as he...

I, Monster (1971)

Despite the change of title and the names of the main characters, I, Monster is probably the most faithful screen adaptation of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. In 19th...

I’ll Never Forget Whatsisname (1967)

Oliver Reed is Andrew Quint - a director of TV commercials for Lute Advertising who just can't stomach the hypocrisy of his job any longer. Bored with the trappings of success and his hollow life, Quint...

I’m All Right Jack (1959)

Stanley Windrush (Ian Carmichael) is an enthusiastic young man who has just graduated from Oxford and now seeks a career in industry, much to the consternation of his aunt Dolly (Margaret Rutherford) who is horrified...

I’ve Gotta Horse (1966)

British rock and roller Billy Fury jeopardises the success of his Great Yarmouth summer show when he misses rehearsals (at the Royalty Theatre) in order to spend more time with his animals, particularly when his...

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The presence of the distinguished Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy makes this saccharine-sodden retread of Cocoon (1985) worth watching. They play residents of a doomed New York block of flats (817 East 8th Street) - where an unscrupulous...

10 (1979)

George Webber (Dudley Moore) is doing very well. He is a successful composer with a great house up in the hills above Los Angeles, a Rolls Royce and Julie Andrews for a girlfriend. But then one...

10 Rillington Place (1971)

Based on Ludovic Kennedy’s 1961 non-fiction book of the same name, this film was a sombre, articulate, and chilling dramatisation of the infamous murders in London when John Reginald Christie - a mild-mannered psychotic mass...

100 Rifles (1969)

Lawman Lydecker (played by former Cleveland Browns Hall of Famer Jim Brown) and Yaqui Joe (an Indian bank robber played by Burt Reynolds) join forces with a female revolutionary (guess who) to help save Mexican Indians from...

101 Dalmatians (1961)

This full-length cartoon from the Walt Disney studios is a beautifully animated version of Dodie Smith's classic children's tale. The adorable spotty dogs of the title, and a host of other animals, cause havoc in London...

101 Dalmatians (1996)

Disney updated its classic animated tale with this live-action version starring a deliciously over-the-top Glenn Close as the infamous villain Cruella De Vil, the rich bitch who wants to turn loads of cuddly little dalmatian...