Film Four & Film Four +1 29-10-08.

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Freedom Radio (PG) 1940 World War Two melodrama about a Viennese doctor's reaction to the Nazi regime. At first, he attempts to maintain business as usual and ignore the increasing brutality around him. However, events take a sickening turn when his wife begins wholeheartedly espousing Hitler's views prompting him to start broadcasting Allied propaganda from a secret transmitter. Starring Clive Brook, Diana Wynyard, Raymond Huntley and Derek Farr (888)

Storm over the Nile (U) 1955 A soldier accused of cowardice sets out to prove his worth by rescuing his friends during the Sudan campaign of the 1890s. Zoltan Korda's remake of his own film The Four Feathers, starring Laurence Harvey, Anthony Steel, Ronald Lewis, Ian Carmichael and James Robertson Justice (888)

The Thief of Bagdad (U) 1940 Alexander Korda's unmissable Oscar-winning Arabian Nights adventure, starring Sabu in the title role of the thief who finds himself imprisoned with the deposed king. Together, the pair come up with a plan to escape and reclaim the throne in the name of the rightful monarch with a little help from flying carpets, a genie, a magical jewel and an enchanted mechanical horse. Conrad Veidt, Rex Ingram, John Justin and June Duprez also star (888)

Addams Family Values (PG) 1993 Macabre comedy sequel to the 1991 smash-hit movie, based on the Sixties TV series. Morticia and Gomez (Anjelica Huston and Raul Julia) make the mistake of hiring a new nanny to protect the latest addition to the weirdest family in town from his sinister siblings but the seemingly perfect childcarer turns out to be serial killer. Co-starring Christopher Lloyd, Christina Ricci and Joan Cusack (888)

Crash (15) 2004 Provocative, disturbing drama following a diverse set of characters brought together by a series of collisions and crimes during a turbulent 36 hours in multicultural Los Angeles. Paul Haggis's Oscar-winning directorial debut is a stark, veracious account of the prejudice that affect modern life, with strong performances by Sandra Bullock, Matt Dillon, Don Cheadle, Thandie Newton and Brendan Fraser (888)

The 51st State (18) 2001 Drug dealer Samuel L Jackson decides to retire from a life of crime but must raise the necessary funds through one final sale in the north of England. He quickly realises the mean streets of Liverpool are no place for a kilt-wearing American and is forced to invest in a little personal security. Ronny Yu's action comedy co-stars Robert Carlyle, Emily Mortimer, Meat Loaf, Ricky Tomlinson, Sean Pertwee and Rhys Ifans (888)

Reeker (15) 2005 Five teenagers on their way to a party in the desert instead become stranded at an isolated motel where all the inhabitants have disappeared except for a mysterious stranger searching for his missing wife. Before long, a strange decaying creature turns up and sets out to kill them all. Horror, starring Michael Ironside, Arielle Kebbel and Marcia Strassman

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