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An American Werewolf In London (Blinkbox)

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Haven't seen this for a while so happy to find it for free online. Don't think you need to be a member. I logged out and it still worked OK. Read More
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Haven't seen this for a while so happy to find it for free online. Don't think you need to be a member. I logged out and it still worked OK.
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There's some good films on here (along with some dire ones!) nice find!
Just a little list of some that are worth the watch ( in my humble opinion )

David Carradine. Sylvester Stallone. Racing to the Death.
Death Race 2000
Action, Thriller

Distant Voices, Still Lives strikingly intimate portrait of working class life in 1940s-50s Liverpool.

Inside Deep Throat An inside look on the legacy of the most influential adult film of all time.

This Sporting Life Award-winning film starring Richard Harris as a miner and rugby player.

Go West (1925) Buster Keaton burlesques the Western in this comedy about a friendless drifter.

F For Fake Portraits of two forgers of works of art and other stories.

The General (1926) Civil War era train engineer Buster Keaton gives Union raiders quite a chase.

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) Hitchcock's original story of intrigue and murder.
Drama, Thriller

Kentucky Fried Movie This movie is totally out of control!

Let Him Have It A real life crime tale that changed Britain's legal system forever.

The Draughtsmanʼs Contract A witty, stylised, erotic story in a country house and a murder mystery.

The Hotel New Hampshire Based on John Irving's sprawling novel
Comedy, Drama

The 39 Steps Hitchcock's classic thriller

Nosferatu Murnau's classic horror film.

The Last Man On Earth In a world turned to vampires, Vincent Price is the only survivor.

Notorious (1946) Hitchcock's spy classic, starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman
Romance, Thriller

Human Traffic Five friends spend one lost weekend in a mix of music, love and club culture.
Comedy, Drama, Music

Night of the Living Dead The best zombie movie ever made - EVER.

The Flying Deuces Stan and Ollie in one of their classic features.

A Night In Casablanca In Casablanca, Groucho runs a hotel whose previous manager have been murdered.

Richard III Laurence Olivier takes the lead role in Shakespeare’s Richard III.
Richard III

Day Of The Dead Human survivors conduct experiments on zombies in an underground lab.

The Man With The Golden Arm Frank Sinatra is a former druggie who must fight his addictions.

The Birth of a Nation An absolute keystone of American movie history.

Trial And Error An incompetent barrister has to defend a wife murderer

The Night Porter The Most Controversial Picture of Our Time!

Bicycle Thieves Empire Magazine's 4th Greatest World Film of all time. A True Classic.
Drama, World Cinema

Countess Dracula An aging Hungarian Countess needs virgin blood to remain young. A Hammer classic

City On Fire onlineThe 1987 Hong Kong thriller which inspired Reservoir Dogs. Chow Yun-Fat stars.
Action, World Cinema

Dark Star What would you be like after 20 years aboard DARK STAR the spaced-out spaceship?

His Girl Friday onlineHoward Hawks's screwball comedy masterpiece.

Soft Beds, Hard Battles Peter Sellers stars in a comedy set in Nazi-occupied Paris.

An American Werewolf In London Two American tourists in Britain are attacked by a werewolf
Comedy, Horror
How could you not include "vamp" on your list there?!
I saw Human Traffic and remember thinking, what a pile of plop. Ten minutes later it finished and I thought: Where the he'll did the time go. It was ace!

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