The Triffids are coming in this barnstorming British Sci-Fi classic from the 1960s! A shower of meteorites produces a glow that blinds anyone that looks at it. As it was such a beautiful sight, most people were watching, and as a consequence, 99% of the population go blind. Chaos results when experimental plants escape and start attacking people! The Triffids are killing!
A new priest (Claude Laydu) arrives in the French country village of Ambricourt to attend to his first parish. The apathetic and hostile rural congregation rejects him immediately. Through his diary entries the suffering young man relays a crisis of faith that threatens to drive him away from the village and from God. With his fourth film Robert Bresson began to implement this stylistic philosophy as a filmmaker stripping away all inessential elements from his compositions the dialogue and the music exacting a purity of image and sound.
Dambusters legend Richard Todd turned his talents to comedy to play a philandering travel agent with too many girlfriends for his own safety in this delightful romantic romp of 1961. Executive-produced by Todd and co-written by Oscar winner Frederic Raphael Don't Bother to Knock also features Golden Globe winner and Playboy sensation Elke Sommer June Thorburn John Le Mesurier and Nicole Maurey among a high-calibre international cast. The film is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Bill Ferguson's troubles begin when he mislays the key to his flat and a friend helpfully presents him with several more with his name and address attached. Sentimentally he gives one to each of the glamorous girls he meets on a continental holiday - all of whom turn up at his flat just as he is about to marry his British fiancée! Special Features: Original Theatrical Trailer Image Gallery Original Promotional PDF
All reports confirm that the world is witnessing an unprecedented shower of meteorites - a once in a lifetime spectacle that must be seen. And seen it is by most of the world's population. Bill Masen lies in his hospital bed in frustration with his eyes bandaged. When he finally gets to remove them the following morning he discovers the previous nights' light show has blinded all those who saw it. He is one of the few people to still have their sight. But worse is to come. With the meteorite shower has come the spores of a man-eating alien plant form Triffidus Celestus. The fate of mankind is in the hands of a few in this classic 1962 adaptation of the John Wyndham novel.
Rex Harrison gives a memorably smooth performance as an amnesiac boffin with a singularly dedicated attitude towards matrimony in this classic comedy by Frank Launder and Sidney Gilliat. Co-starring Margaret Leighton, Kay Kendall and Cecil Parker, The Constant Husband is presented as a brand-new High Definition transfer from original film elements in its as-exhibited aspect ratio. An Englishman wakes up in an unfamiliar hotel bedroom with amnesia. A specialist at the local hospital tells him it was brought on by some kind of upset and they both set out to unearth the patient's past. What they find is shocking - not just to themselves but also to the man's seven wives!
ROGUES YARN: When Derek Bond is persuaded by his mistress, Nicole Maurey, to murder his rich invalid wife, he concocts a seemingly waterproof alibi by appearing to be in charge of his yacht on a Channel crossing at the time of her demise. But the scheme proves full of holes under the close inspection of Elwyn Brook-Jones’s Scotland Yard inspector. Co-written and directed by Vernon Sewell, a keen sailor in his spare time, can also be seen acting in this film. It was partly shot on location at Shoreham and Le Havre. SCARLET WEB: Directed By Robert Baker, who went on to direct “The Saint”. Steel Key tells the story of An adventurer who embarks on a mission to track down a group of thieves who have stolen the formula for processed hardened steel, and are going to extreme and violent lengths to cover their tracks. Thriller, starring Terence Morgan, Joan Rice and Raymond Lovell.
Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture A gripping manhunt through the post-war ruin of a still bombed-out London, this rarely seen Brit Noir stars Hollywood cause celebre Steve Cochran and legendary film noir siren Lizabeth Scott. Directed by BAFTA-winning Val Guest and co-starring George Cole and Nicole Maurey, The Weapon is featured here as a brand-new High Definition transfer from original film elements in its original theatrical aspect ratio. Ten-year-old Eric finds a handgun while playing on a bombsite with his friends. The gun accidentally goes off and, as one of the boys lies seriously wounded, Eric takes the gun and hides. When ballistics on the bullet determine the gun was used in an unsolved murder case, the race is on to find Eric before the owner of the gun catches up with him.
A man wakes up in Wales with no recollection of how he got there. He eventually traces his life back to his wife in London and everything seems rosy... until further investigation reveals a string of other wives.
All reports confirm that the world is witnessing an unprecedented shower of meteorites - a once in a lifetime spectacle that must be seen.' Bill Masen lies in his hospital bed and listens to the radio broadcast in frustration - the bandages on his eyes are not meant to be removed until the following morning. When the time comes he is relieved to find he can see perfectly. But is soon to discover that he is one of the few people left in the world that can. The previous night's light show has blinded all those who watched. With the meteorites have come the spores of a man-eating alien plant form - Triffidus Celestus. Multiplying quickly they uproot themselves in search of a prey that stumbles helplessly in the dark. The fate of the world is in the hands of a few as the Triffids threaten the future of mankind in this classic adaptation of John Wyndham's sci-fi chiller.
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