Privilege (1967)

Privilege was Peter Watkins' first feature film. It was made after he quit the BBC in disgust following the Corporation's banning (supposedly after lobbying from...

Prizzi’s Honor (1985)

Jack Nicholson enjoys himself enormously as bumbling hit man Charley Partanna, who falls for gorgeous 'tax consultant' Irene Walker (Kathleen Turner) - who in...

Producers, The (1968)

Accountant Leo Bloom (Gene Wilder) tells down-on-his-luck producer Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel), who has to charm wealthy widows to raise money for his plays,...

Professionals, The (1966)

Four soldiers of fortune are hired to rescue the wife of a cattle baron, who is being held by a ruthless Mexican bandit. But,...

Professor Popper’s Problem (1974)

Professor Popper (Charlie Drake) develops a shrinking formula which he and a group of school kids take by accident, ending up trapped in his...

Projectionist, The (1970)

This independent, low-budget pearl from writer/director Harry Hurwitz deserved a better fate on its initial release. Burly Chuck McCann is the lonely projectionist whose boring...

Prom Night (1980)

While playing in a derelict building, four children accidentally kill a young girl and swear to cover it up. But six years later, as...

Prudence and the Pill (1968)

Complications arise when aspirins are surreptitiously substituted for a woman's birth-control pills. Judy Geeson - of To Sir With Love (1966) fame - was something of a blonde sex...

Psych-Out (1968)

"Taste a moment of madness - Listen to the sound of purple" This movie delved into the psychedelic scene as deaf runaway Jenny Davis (Susan...

Psychedelic Priest, The (1971)

Father John (John Darrell) begins to question his faith after he accidentally ingests some LSD given to him in a cola. He walks away from...

Psycho (1960)

With Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock took his biggest risk and had his biggest success. The risk was not financial - at less than one million dollars Psycho was...

Psychomania (1971)

The most wonderfully deranged film in the history of British cinema is Psychomania. When it went into production in Shepperton Studios in late 1971,...

Psychopath, The (1966)

A series of strange murders have been taking place. The murders are of men who play in a string quartet together and a creepy...

PT-109 (1963)

PT-109 tells the story of President John F Kennedy's wartime experience as a PT boat skipper in the South Pacific, with Cliff Robertson portraying...

Puberty Blues (1981)

Australian Bruce Beresford (Breaker Morant) directed this poignant, humorous examination of adolescence. Set in the Sydney beachside suburb of Cronulla, the film focuses on two...

Pufnstuf (1970)

H.R. Pufnstuf was the first of a long string of Saturday morning hits from Sid and Marty Krofft, the legendary team who also brought us The...

Pulp (1972)

An author becomes embroiled in murder and intrigue in the Mediterranean while ghostwriting the autobiography of an ageing actor with a murky past. One of...

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Downtown Los Angeles: lovebirds Honey Bunny and Pumpkin plan to hold up a diner. Hitmen Vincent and Jules are asked to recover some stolen...

Punch and Judy Man, The (1963)

For Wally (the Punch and Judy Man in a small seaside town) and his wife Delia, the approaching end of the summer season also...

Punishment Park (1971)

In the near future, America has descended into chaos and the US government has responded by imposing the Internal Security Act of 1950 - more...

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*Batteries Not Included (1987)

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...

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,...

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...

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...

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...