A gruesome homage to the cult Amicus anthology Asylum, Cradle of Fear unfolds four screamplays all linked by the unspeakable need of an incarcerated child killer to wreak vengeance on those... See full summary »
A TV crew, desperate to boost ratings, arrive on a remote Welsh farming island to investigate an intriguing incident. A local girl and her boyfriend had been abducted by aliens, who also impregnated her.
From the hottest blue movies to the steamiest websites and magazines, Blue Review is the show that points you to the best in adult entertainment. Presenters Emily Bouffante and Ian Royce ... See full summary »
Sharp, fresh and highly entertaining, Bits burst onto the 4later strand on English Channel 4 in 1999. Fronted by 3 women, its remit is to review the best (and worst) of the new crop of games each week on all platforms, from PC to Dreamcast. In 2000 a change of Presenters brought Emily Booth (a small cult in her own right after starring in such B movies as 'Pervirella') provided a more balanced and focused show that has been improving ever since. Due to its time slot, unusual review style (its unusual for a show to go by without them murdering each other horribly atleast once), production values (non existant) and the charisma of the presenters the show has developed into something of a cult. Already in its 5th series after 3 years, Bits is one of the best programs on British TV today, monumentally better than most of the stuff broadcast primetime by the major networks and long may it remain so.
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