You Were Never Really Here

Joe is a hitman who likes to carry out his killings using 16oz ball hammer. This brutal and gritty film seems too focused on the character, losing the plot in more ways than one.

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile – Trailer

Zac Efron jumps into the shoes of Americas worst serial killer. Thirty years after his execution on the electric chair, the story of Ted Bundy hits the big screen. Ted Bundy is one of the most infamous serial killers ever, who brutally raped and murdered at least thirty young women and girls. At the time in the 1970s profiling of a serial killer was virtually nonexistent. So his appearance as a ch...[Read More]

John Wick 3 – Teaser Trailer

Yes oh Yes this is John Wick 3. These films just keep getting better and here we have the brand new trailer released on 17th January 2019. The John Wick series of films started in 2014, very much in the style of Asian movies with none stop brutal action. The kill rate is just bonkers and fans cannot get enough of them. John Wick is an ex-marine who became a hitman. He retires at the top of his gam...[Read More]

War Dogs

Based on a true story, this movie follows two school friends who become arms dealers to the American government. This dark comedy raises so many ethical questions that it is hard to laugh at. Jonah Hill and Miles Teller give great performances and if you liked the Wolf Of Wall Street you will you will probably like this movie too.

Point Break 2015

Get your adrenaline fix here. Think of every extreme sport that is available today and squeeze them all into a two-hour feature film. If you like adventure sports then you may like this, but be warned it seriously lacks the substance of the original 1991 release.


This is a very stylish arthouse Neon Noir Movie, with a very intimate theatre style to it with visual influences from Blade Runner. A truly unique thriller weaved together with extremely dark humor that is reminiscent of movies like Delicatessen.

The Commuter

Although on paper this looks like any other action thriller with Liam Neeson cast as the hero, this movie has a realism that most films in this genre refuse to explore and is all the better for it.

The Making Of The Mob

Interested in the origins of organised crime in America? This brutal and violent documentary series reenacts the events in New York and Chicago in the early Twentieth Century. If you like movies like Goodfellas, this show will provide an insightful view of how the real wise guys actually operated.

The Good Cop

Blending a mix of crime, drama and with a bit of comedy, The Good Cop is new to Netflix and stars Josh Groban, a goodie goodie straight laced detective and his kind-hearted but corrupt ex-cop father played by Tony Danza. Not the greatest cop show but it does get better as the episodes go on.

Molly’s Game

Molly Bloom was a world-class skier who went on to run high stakes poker games for some very powerful and famous clients. Molly's Game is a true story that is strangely inspiring. It is the Directorial debut of Aaron Sorkin with powerful performances from Idris Elba and Jessica Chastain.

American Assassin

This secret agent movie has something fresh and new about it, there has been plenty of this style of movie to choose from in recent years. Not many of them carry an 18 certificate though and this may give you an idea of just how dark this film is - packed full of action, deaths and horrific torture, it holds nothing back from the viewer.

El Chapo

In his time Joaquín Guzmán (El Chapo) was the most the most powerful Drug Lord on the Planet. This super villain has legendary status and for good reason, to say El Chapo was super violent is an understatement. If you liked Narcos, you will love El Chapo.

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