A romantic drama set in Germany just before WWI and centered on a married woman who falls in love with her husband's protégé. Separated first by duties and then by the war, they pledge their devotion to one another.
Presents the lives and loves of a family of cousins from 1939 to the present. Follows very closely the Mary Wesley novel. Begins with a funeral and uses the reminiscences of those gathered ... See full summary »
Elisa goes back in time to kill her cheating husband and commit the perfect crime...or so she thinks. When she returns to her present day existence she encounters more than a few surprises ... See full summary »
High school senior Stacey has a frightening nightmare that just might come true. Christina, the new girl in school, has brought something evil with her and Stacey and all of her friends are... See full summary »
British academics Loretta and Bridget run into Sandra, an old school friend at a book launch. Although Sandra appears to be gay and carefree, Loretta notices an undercurrent of tension ... See full summary »
To ruminate means to think; to chew thoughts over and over, focusing on symptoms of distress, their causes and consequences. Gemma is in her mid-thirties; a childless woman, casually dating... See full summary »
Claire Leona Apps
Paul Michael Harrison
Based on a Charlotte bronte novel of the same name. A younger English woman who finds herself without any prospects travels to the continent on a bold journey. She finds a home in a girls ... See full summary »
A vicious genetically modified creature that's half human and half dire wolf escapes from a research facility so it can go on a murderous rampage in a quiet rural community. It's up to the ... See full summary »
Fred Olen Ray
Steven Lee Allen,
Dawn Ann Billings
"Family is Everything" is the motto of the Joad brothers, a creed held so dear that the siblings will do anything to "take care of their own." Just how far the Joads will go is something ... See full summary »
A group of nerd enthusiasts head to the woods of Bristol to partake in a LARPing session. When the bodies start piling up, the surviving LARP players will have to distinguish between what is part of the game and what is real if they are to survive.
In this prequel to Jane Eyre, Edward Rochester finds himself in Jamaica looking to make his fortune. As the second son, the expectation is that his brother will inherit the family estate and so his future must lie elsewhere. He soon meets Antoinette Cosway and is offered a substantial dowry to marry her. Only after the wedding does he learn of her family history, including the madness that afflicted her mother. Their relationship in a constant downward spiral, he decides that they should return to England where he keeps her locked away in her room. Written by
I loved this place. I loved it with all my heart, and now you've made it a place I hate. I used to think if I lost everything I would still have this, but now I have nothing and I hate it like I hate you and I swear before I die I will show you just how much!
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Thought-provoking, multi-layered, moving, gripping, with wonderful scenery and music, and outstanding performances from Rafe Spall (son of Timothy Spall) and especially Rebecca Hall (daughter of Peter Hall, previously seen in The Camomile Lawn).
It deserves all the BAFTAs going! Hopefully it will be released on DVD before long.
Based on the classic book by Jean Rhys, who was herself a Creole, written in 1966 - apparently one of the 'best 100 books ever' on Time's listings. It's an illuminating prequel to Jane Eyre, and a story which in my opinion is actually better than Bronte's classic.
And I'm writing this as someone who can't stand Jane Eyre and wouldn't normally dream of watching this kind of film!
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