A long time ago in a distant fairy-tale countryside, a young girl Gretel (Sophia Lillis) leads her little brother Hansel (Sammy Leakey) into a dark wood in desperate search of food and work, only to stumble upon a nexus of terrifying evil.
Adapted by Academy Award winning writer Julian Fellowes, 'Doctor Thome' by Anthony Trollope, is the story of Doctor Thomas Thorne, who lives in the village of Greshamsbury in Barsetshire, with his beautiful niece, Mary, a girl blessed with every gift except money. Mary Thorne has grown up alongside the Gresham sisters - Augusta, Beatrice and their handsome brother Frank - whose home is the great house and estate at Greshamsbury Park. When the terrifying Lady Arabella Gresham discovers that her darling son, Frank, has fallen in love with Doctor Thorne's penniless niece, she is horrified. Her husband has frittered away the family fortune and is only being kept afloat by very favourable loans that Doctor Thorne has secured from a railway millionaire, Sir Roger Scatcherd. However, Sir Roger is drinking himself into an early grave and the financial future is uncertain, so Lady Arabella believes it is her son's duty to make a rich marriage to save the family estate and launches a campaign to secure her son an heiress for a bride.
Loosely inspired by the early childhood experiences of many of the notorious dictators of the 20th Century, 'The Childhood of a Leader' is an ominous portrait of emerging evil. A young American boy is living with his family in France in 1918 while his father works for the US government on the creation of the Treaty of Versailles. What he sees helps to mould his beliefs, and we witness the birth of a terrifying ego.
Jane (Natalie Portman) finds herself in a gang's cross-hairs when her husband, Bill 'Ham' Hammond (Noah Emmerich) stumbles home riddled with bullets after duelling with the 'Bishop Boys' and their malicious leader, Colin (Ewan McGregor). With the vengeful crew hot on Ham's trail, Jane is forced to turn to her former fiancé (Joel Edgerton) to help protect her home and her family, but she soon discovers that she must trust her own inner strength in order to survive.
In 1955 fledgling photographer Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) convinced the young and up-and-coming actor James Dean (Dane DeHaan) to be the subject of a photo essay in Life Magazine. Believing him to be the voice of a generation Stock agreed to join Dean on a journey from LA to his hometown of Fairmont, Indiana via New York in order to capture Dean in all the environments that affected and shaped the actor's unique character. Whilst on the trip Stock thought he was capturing a rebellious star in the moments before his meteoric rise to fame but it would soon became clear he was actually documenting Dean's final moments of intimacy and simplicity weeks before his untimely death that cemented him as an icon.
In Blumhouse's Fantasy Island, the enigmatic Mr. Roarke (Michael Peña) makes the secret dreams of his lucky guests come true at a luxurious but remote tropical resort. But when the fantasies turn into nightmares, the guests have to solve the island's mystery in order to escape with their lives.
A haunting, sumptuous period thriller, 'The Miniaturist' tells the story of a house where, beneath the lavish beauty and privilege, lie forbidden passions and dangerous secrets. In 1686,18-year-old Nella Oortman (Anya Taylor-Joy) travels to the wealthiest quarter of Amsterdam to begin a new life as the wife of affluent merchant, Johannes Brandt (Alex Hassell). Johannes presents her with an extraordinary wedding gift; a cabinet house replica of their home. It is to be furnished by an elusive Miniaturist (Emily Berrington), whose tiny creations mirror what is happening within the house in unexpected ways - seemingly predicting and unravelling the future with unsettling accuracy. As Nella begins to uncover the secrets of the cabinet house and those of the Brandt household she realises the escalating dangers that await them all. Does the Miniaturist hold their fate in her hands - and will she be the key to their salvation or the architect of their downfall?
Richard Burton stars as Henry VIII in this historical drama, with Genevieve Bujold playing his tragic wife, Anne Boleyn. Amidst the splendour of the Tudor court, Henry and Anne's tempestuous marriage mirrors the political and religious intrigues that threaten to divide the kingdom, as Henry grows ever more desperate for a male heir to continue his line.
Summerland follows the story of fiercely independent folklore investigator, Alice (Gemma Arterton) who secludes herself in her clifftop study, debunking myths using science to disprove the existence of magic. Consumed by her work, but also profoundly lonely, she is haunted by a love affair from her past. When spirited young Frank (Lucas Bond), an evacuee from the London Blitz, is dumped into her irritable care, his innocence and curiosity awaken Alice's deeply buried emotions. Bravely embracing life's miraculous unpredictability, Alice learns that wounds may be healed, second chances do occur, and that, just perhaps - magic really does exist.
Summer 1910 on the coast of France. Several tourists have vanished. Inspectors Machin (Didier Després) and Malfoy Cyril Rigaux soon gather that the centre of these mysterious disappearances must be Slack Bay, where lives a very odd fishing family, the Bruforts and their eldest son, nicknamed Ma Loute (Brandon Lavieville). Every summer, the bourgeois Van Peteghems visit their villa by the sea in the same place and a peculiar love story starts between Ma Loute and the young and mischievous Billie van Peteghem (Raph). Confusion and puzzlement descends on both families, as events spiral to the bizarre and beyond.
Starring Academy Award winners Charlize Theron, and Nicole Kidman and Academy Award nominees John Lithgow and Margot Robbie. Based on the real scandal, 'Bombshell' is a revealing look inside the most powerful and controversial media empire of all time; and the explosive story of the women who brought down the infamous man who created it.
Rebecca (Juliette Binoche) is one of the world's top war photographers. On assignment while photographing a female suicide bomber group, she gets too near and is badly hurt in an explosion. Back home, another bomb drops. Her husband, Marcus (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and daughters can no longer bear the thought of her dying on assignment in some faraway land. Rebecca is given an ultimatum: choose between your work or your family. The choice seems obvious... 'A Thousand Times Good Night' was inspired by the director's own experiences as a war photographer in the 1980s.
Luchino Visconti's masterpiece, The Leopard, is now available on DVD for the first time. Featuring the complete and uncut version of the film, with fully restored picture and sound, this stunning high definition digital transfer from the film's original 70mm negative materials, overseen by the film's director of photography Giuseppe Rotunno, is presented here in its original widescreen aspect ratio..
In a future utopia where emotions have been eradicated to end war and suffering, Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult are Nia and Silas, star-crossed lovers who suffer from Switched On Syndrome. While hiding their intense feelings from the authorities, the pair must find a way to survive and keep their love alive. Directed by Drake Doremus, "Equals" is an emotionally and visually arresting science-fiction romance that delves into the very essence of what it means to live, love and be human.
When a relaxing getaway turns deadly, a former Marine must risk his life once again to save his wife and best friend from a modern day pirate; all the while trying to hold himself together as he faces the ghosts of the war he left behind.