A good movie transcends mere entertainment. It ignites a spark within us, a connection that leaves us changed long after the credits roll. Perhaps it's the masterful storytelling, weaving a narrative that grips us with suspense, tears us apart with tragedy, or fills us with awe at the beauty of humanity. Or maybe it's the characters, so perfectly crafted that they walk off the screen and into our hearts, their struggles and triumphs resonating with our own.
📺 Rumpole of the Bailey (1978) - this guy talks even louder than me, which I didn't know was possible.
🎥👎 The Mist (2007) – perhaps good if your 10 years old. But almost impossible for an adult to watch.
📺 Prime Suspect (1994) Season 3, 2 episodes – Oscar® winner Helen Mirren is Det. Jane Tennison, rising through the ranks, solving horrific crimes while battling office sexism and her own demons.
🎥 The Quatermass Experiment (2005) - A total WTF movie. Three Astronauts merge into one in space, return to earth, escape from the lab / hospital, randomly roams England, turns into a plant, and threaten to destroy the world. Lot's a big name British actors signed up for this. Apparently a redo of an older 1953 classic British Sci-Fi series that some of them grew up with and were happy to take part in. I see the original also influenced Doctor Who so you know it's total campy bull-shit.
🎥 Cafe Express (1981) – put on hold after about 20 minutes
🎥 The Tomorrow War (2021) Directed by Chris McKay - Shit. Could even finish it.
– We Need to Talk About Kevin (2012) Director Lynne Ramsay - In this Golden Globe nominated psychological thriller, Oscar winner Tilda Swinton plays Eva, the mother of the evil Kevin (Ezra Miller). Eva contends with her clueless husband (John C. Reilly) and her son's malevolent ways, as the narrative builds to a chilling and unforgettable climax.
– The Night of the Hunter (1955) Director Charles Laughton - Robert Mitchum stars in an unforgettable role as a psychopathic preacher in relentless pursuit of two children who have their dead father's stolen fortune hidden in a doll. Shelley Winters co-stars.
– The Student Prince (1997) Director Simon Curtis - Seconded to the Royal Protection Squad, police officer Barry Grimes is dispatched to look after a young British Prince starting his first year at Cambridge University. Barry soon finds his duties extending far beyond those of personal bodyguard. Against the famous backdrop of the dreaming spires, the two young men learn about life, love and themselves.
– Lucy and Desi (2022) Director Amy Poehler - From director Amy Poehler, Lucy and Desi explores the unlikely partnership and enduring legacy of one of the most prolific power couples in entertainment history. Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz risked everything to be together.
– Dark River (2018) Director Clio Barnard - Following the death of her father, Alice returns to her home village for the first time in 15 years to claim from her estranged brother the family farm she believes is rightfully hers. From acclaimed filmmaker Clio Barnard, one of the premier new voices in British cinema, "Dark River" is a taut and powerful psychological drama.
– I Want You Back (2021) Director Jason Orley - Peter and Emma thought they were on the precipice of life’s biggest moments – marriage, kids, and houses in the suburbs – until their respective partners dumped them. Horrified to learn that the loves of their lives have already moved on, Peter and Emma hatch a hilarious plan to win back their exes with unexpected results.
– The Lost City of Z (2017) Director James Gray tells the incredible true story of British explorer Percy Fawcett, who journeys into the Amazon at the dawn of the 20th century and discovers evidence of a previously unknown, advanced civilization that may have once inhabited the region.
– Europa Report (2013) Director Sebastián Cordero - When unmanned probes suggest that a hidden ocean could exist underneath Europa's icy surface and may contain single-celled life, Europa Ventures, a privately funded space exploration company, sends six of the best astronauts from around the world to confirm the data and explore the revolutionary discovery.
– Dark Was the Night (2015) Director Jack Heller - Maiden Woods is a remote and quiet town of decent hard-working people, but something stirs in the dark woods surrounding this isolated community. After a logging company decimates an area of the forest, a rash of increasingly violent and unexplainable events transpires.
– Once Upon a Time in London (2019) Director Simon Rumley - The violent reign of two of London's most notorious gangsters, Jack 'Spot' Comer and Billy Hill, is grippingly brought to the big screen by visionary director Simon Rumley, in a saga of madness, mayhem and manipulation, reminiscent of British favourites Legend and Peaky Blinders. Starring Leo Gregory (Green Street), Terry Stone (Rise of the Footsoldier) and Jamie Foreman (Layer Cake).
– Fargo (1996) Directors Joel Coen - A man deeply in debt hires two incompetent henchmen to kidnap his wife and split the ransom money but things go awry when the inept criminals instead kill a highway patrolman and 2 hapless bystanders.
– The Vast of Night (2020) Director Andrew Patterson - In the twilight of the 1950s, on one fateful night in New Mexico, a young switchboard operator Fay (Sierra McCormick) and charismatic radio DJ Everett (Jake Horowitz) discover a strange audio frequency that could change their small town and the future forever.
– The Protege (2021) Directors Martin Campbell - Michael Keaton, Maggie Q, and Samuel L. Jackson lead this high-octane action-thriller from the director of Casino Royale about a contract killer out to avenge her mentor's murder.
– Bluestocking Crimes: Don't Leave Me This Way (1993) Director Stuart Orme - When a friend's body is found in a car wreck on the lonely Suffolk coast, university lecturers Loretta Lawson and Bridget Bennet believe it was no accident. A conversation with the dead woman's daughter confirms their suspicion and they uncover startling truths which threaten to make them the next victims. Janet McTeer and Imelda Staunton are the clever criminologists from a novel by Joan Smith.
– The Two Faces of January (2014) Director Hossein Amini - This thriller follows Chester MacFarland (Viggo Mortensen) and his wife Colette (Kirsten Dunst) as they befriend a guide (Oscar Isaac) on a European trip. This friendship takes a turn when it morphs into a love triangle full of envy, and murder.
– Murderous Trance (2018) Director Arto Halonen - Murderous Trance is a thriller about the murders that took place in Denmark in the 1950s. Inspector Anders Olsen (Pilou Asbæk) begins to solve a case where a bank robber shot two men and ran into the streets of Copenhagen. After his arrest, the robber claims to have committed the crime alone. Some eyewitnesses say he seemed to be in a trance, a fact that makes the case even more complicated.
– Cleaning Lady (2019) Director Jon Knautz - On the surface Alice seems like a woman who has it all: a gorgeous apartment, a booming career, a stunning physique, and a handsome boyfriend. The only problem is she's married to someone else. Looking for a way to simplify her life, Alice hires Shelly to clean her house. As Alice begins to confide in Shelly about her illicit affair, their friendship grow and so does Shelly's twisted obsession.
– The Turn of the Screw (2009) Director Tim Fywell - A hauntingly atmospheric and star-studded adaptation of Henry James' classic gothic horror story. A young, inexperienced governess is hired to look after two small children abandoned by their uncle, following the death of their parents. Unsettled by glimpses of ghostly figures that only she can see, she quickly believes that something malevolent is stalking the children in her care.
– The Alpines (2021) Director Dante Aubain - A psychological thriller that follows seven friends coming together for a weekend getaway after several years of little to no contact. An exploration of a world made up of characters solely powered and driven by a seven deadly sin.
– Lions For Lambs (2007) Director Robert Redford - Robert Redford, Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep star in this powerful and provocative drama that delves into the intricacies and theories of war...and the very real consequences for two soldiers fighting for their lives half a world away in Afghanistan.
– The Maitlands (1993) Director Lindsay Posner - Eileen Atkins and Bill Nighy star in Ronald Mackenzie's 'lost masterpiece.' Taking place in early summer in the secluded seaside village of Betworthy, there is a strained atmosphere in the once-prosperous Maitland household, as impossible love triangles and hard times begin to take their toll.
– 👍 An Inspector Calls (2015) Director Aisling Walsh – An Inspector Calls is a mysterious detective thriller set in 1912 and written by English dramatist J.B. Priestley. Following the suicide of a young woman from the local town, an inspector calls unexpectedly to interrogate the wealthy Birling family. As their world unravels, each member of the family is revealed to have unwittingly played a part in her demise.
– 👍 The Hound of the Baskervilles (2002) Director David Attwood - A captivating 21st-century version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's chilling masterpiece. The legendary Sherlock Holmes and dynamic Dr Watson grapple with an adversary that threatens to overwhelm them on the forbidding moors of England. As Holmes investigates the mystery of Sir Charles Baskerville's recent death, events spiral out of control. Is his adversary human or occult?
– 👍 A Landing on the Sun (1994) Director Nick Renton - 20 years ago, George Summerchild fell to his death from a Ministry of Defence building. Was it suicide? Despite all the speculation, no one has ever solved the mystery. Now Brian Jessel, another civil servant, has been asked to investigate. What he uncovers is a curious romance which forces him to consider his own bleak life, the nature of happiness and the blinding power of true love.
– 👍 All Good Things (2010) Directed by Andrew Jarecki - Ryan Gosling stars as the heir to a real estate dynasty who is suspected of murdering his wife in this chilling psychological thriller.
– 👍 Knives Out (2019) Director: Rian Johnson - When renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey is found dead at his estate, the inquisitive Detective Benoit Blanc is mysteriously enlisted to investigate. From Harlan's dysfunctional family to his devoted staff, Blanc sifts through a web of red herrings and self-serving lies to uncover the truth behind Harlan's untimely death.
– 👍 Elephant Song (2015) directed by Charles Biname - When a psychiatrist goes mysteriously missing from a hospital that has recently been plagued by scandal, Dr. Toby Green (Bruce Greenwood) is called in to investigate before the news goes public.
The Lady Vanishes (2013) Director Diarmuid Lawrence - A stunning adaptation of the classic 1930s thriller. Iris Carr is traveling across Europe by train when she befriends Miss Froy, an elderly English woman. But when she wakes up from a few hours' sleep, Miss Froy has vanished. As fellow passengers claim the lady never existed, Iris fights to discover the fate of Miss Froy - and prove that she's not going mad.
– The White Orchid (2018) Director Steve Anderson - A shy Social Services investigator is reluctantly assigned to an unsolved, small-town homicide case. Taking both personal and professional chances, she slowly assumes the identity of the enigmatic blond victim - known only as "The White Orchid" - in hopes of solving the mysterious murder.
– Case Sensitive: The Point of Rescue (2011) Director Charles Martin - New Detective Superintendent Charlie Zailer finds herself working with DC Simon Waterhouse for the first time. When Geraldine Bretherick and her five-year-old daughter are found dead, Sally Thorne is shocked. Months before, she'd had a brief but passionate affair with a man called Mark Bretherick. Now she feels the need to get in touch with him again to offer her sympathy.
– The Secret Agent (1992) Director David Drury - Joseph Conrad's classic tale of political intrigue in 1890s London. Triple agent Verloc works for the anarchists, the British Police and the Tsarist Embassy. When ordered to blow up the Greenwich Observatory, moral dilemma takes second place to personal tragedy.
– Broil (2020) Director Edward Drake - After troubled 17-year-old Chance is sent to live at her draconian grandfather's estate, she uncovers a dangerous ancient family secret. Her only hope for survival may come from a killer-for-hire with a fortuitous stroke of culinary genius.
– Suspiria (2018) Director Luca Guadagnino - A darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the troupe's artistic director (Swinton), an ambitious young dancer (Johnson), and a grieving psychotherapist (Ebersdorf). Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up.
– We Are Still Here (2015) Director Ted Geoghegan - In this chilling modern ghost story, a couple find themselves haunted by vengeful spirits after they move to a rural town that harbors a horrifying secret.
– Daniel Isn't Real (2019) Director Adam Egypt Mortimer - Troubled college freshman Luke (Robbins) suffers a violent family trauma and resurrects his childhood imaginary friend Daniel (Schwarzenegger) to help him cope. Charismatic and full of manic energy, Daniel helps Luke to achieve his dreams, before pushing him to the very edge of sanity and into a desperate struggle for control of his mind – and his soul.
– The Cry of The Owl (2009) Director Jamie Thraves - A troubled young man retreats from the big city and his ex-wife for the tranquility of a small town. He is drawn into a relationship with a young woman whose boyfriend goes missing, leaving the new arrival as a suspect.
– William the Conqueror (2015) Director Frederic Compain - One of the most powerful rulers in all of European history, William the Conqueror, is profiled in this documentary. From his rulership at age eight, to his commanding victory in the battle of Hastings, William reinvented the structure of European royalty. From the battlefield to the royal court, William set the stage for the continent's future. This is his story.
– DCI Banks (2011) series - Based on the Inspector Banks novels from award-winning international crime writer Peter Robinson, this series features carefully worked stories crammed with twists and turns, and intriguing and memorable characters.
– Jo (2019) series, 8 episodes - Jo St-Clair is a veteran detective in Paris' elite Criminal Brigade, tackling the city's most challenging murder cases. Brilliant and brutal, St-Clair must outwit pathological killers to solve the most shocking murders, all while juggling a personal life just as challenging and as dangerous as the cases he solves.
– The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) Director: Anthony Minghella - When Dickie's father commissions Ripley to bring his errant son back home to America, Dickie and his beautiful expatriate girlfriend never suspect the dangerous extremes to which Ripley will go to make their lifestyle his own.
– Uncut Gems (2019) directed by Benny & Josh Safdie - Adam Sandlers plays the most annoying man in the world, that just never shuts up, and ends up ruining his own life. This is a hard movie to sit through cause Sandler just can't shut up and is so annoying, and you're happy when it's finally over. Not worth your time.
– Endeavour (2013) - Before Inspector Morse, there was the rookie Constable Morse, fed up with police work and ready to nip his career in the bud by handing in his resignation.
– Injustice (2011) - a five-part British drama television series about criminal defence barrister William Travers, who has lost faith in the legal system following a traumatic series of events.
– Hand Of God (2015) 2 seasons - Hand of God follows Pernell Harris (Ron Perlman), a corrupt judge who suffers a breakdown and believes that God is compelling him onto a path of vigilante justice. He becomes a member of a church called Hand of God, which proves to be a dangerous cult.
– The Wilds (2020) - A group of teen girls from different backgrounds must fight for survival after a plane crash strands them on a deserted island. The castaways both clash and bond as they learn more about each other, the secrets they keep, and the traumas they've all endured. There’s just one twist to this thrilling Drama - Coming of Age … these girls did not end up on this island by accident.
– Agatha and The Truth of Murder (2021) Directed by Terry Loane - This film imagines what might have happened to the author Agatha Christie. In 1926, with her writing in crisis and her personal life in tatters, a young Agatha Christie decides to solve a real-life murder. With Dean Andrews, Bebe Cave, Amelia Dell and Ruth Bradley as Agatha Christie.
– Flack (2019) series 2 seaons. Bad Behavior. Great Publicists. Ever wonder what the real story is behind those celebrity gossip columns? Flack has all the dirt. Four quick-witted and relentless flackers led by Robyn, played by Academy Award Winner Anna Paquin, are tasked to make the best of their celebrity client’s terrible decisions. Will their ability to clean up their client’s lives translate to their own?
– Vienna Blood (2020). Max Liebermann, disciple of Freud, brings his skills of perception and forensics, and a deep understanding of human behavior & deviance, to help DI Oskar Rheinhardt solve some of Vienna’s most mysterious and deadly cases.
– LuLaRich (2021) 4 episodes - OMG! Multi-level marketings + social media... what could possibly go wrong? 😃
– Lamb (2021) Directed by Valdimar Johannsson - In rural Iceland, a childless couple discover a strange and unnatural newborn in their sheep barn. They decide to raise her as their own, but sinister forces are determined to return the creature to the wilderness that birthed her.
– The Woman in Black (2012) Directed by James Watkins - A lawyer is forced to leave his young son and travel to a remote village to attend to the affairs of the recently deceased owner of Eel Marsh House.
– Victoria (TV series, 3 seasons starting 2016) - Victoria is a British historical television drama series created and principally written by Daisy Goodwin, starring Jenna Coleman as Queen Victoria. The series premiered in the United Kingdom on ITV on 28 August 2016 with eight episodes, and in the United States on PBS on 15 January 2017; PBS supported its production as part of the Masterpiece anthology. Episode 1 went right for the donkey show
– Downton Abbey (2010) TV Series, 6 seasons - Downton Abbey is a British historical drama television series set in the early 20th century, created and co-written by Julian Fellowes. The series first aired on ITV in the United Kingdom on 26 September 2010, and in the United States on PBS, which supported production of the series as part of its Masterpiece Classic anthology, on 9 January 2011.
– Mary Higgins Clark's: Pretend You Don't See Her (2002) Director Rene Bonniere - As she lay dying, a woman gives the only witness to her murder her daughter's journal, implying that her attacker may also be responsible for her child's death. Before giving the journal to the police, the witness makes a copy for herself - an act she will live to regret. It's got the feel of a Lifetime movie or an after school special, but at least there are no super-heros or talking animal cartoon characters.
– Sleeping with the Enemy (1991) Director Joseph Ruben - A young woman fakes her own death in an attempt to escape her nightmarish marriage, but discovers it is impossible to elude her controlling husband.
– You Were Never Really Here (2017) Director Lynne Ramsay - A traumatized veteran, unafraid of violence, tracks down missing girls for a living. When a job spins out of control, Joe's nightmares overtake him as a conspiracy is uncovered leading to what may be his death trip or his awakening. This is a total WTF? movie.
– Capone (2020) Director Josh Trank - A ruthless businessman and bootlegger who ruled Chicago with an iron fist, Al "Fonzo" Capone (Tom Hardy) was the most infamous and feared gangster of American lore. At the age of 47, following nearly a decade of imprisonment, dementia rots Capone's mind and his past becomes present as harrowing memories of his violent and brutal origins melt into his waking life. 💩
– Dexter (2006) TV Series - Dexter is an American crime drama television series that aired on Showtime from October 1, 2006, to September 22, 2013. Set in Miami, the series centers on Dexter Morgan, a forensic technician specializing in bloodstain pattern analysis for the fictional Miami Metro Police Department, who leads a secret parallel life as a vigilante serial killer, hunting down murderers who have not been adequately punished by the justice system due to corruption or legal technicalities.
– Sight Unseen (1990) Directed by Greydon Clark. A rich woman becomes paranoid after losing her daughter to a so-called Kabuki Killer. (Shit, couldn't even finish it.)
– The Bloodhound (2020) Directed by Patrick Picard. Francis is summoned to the secluded home of his childhood friend, JP, who is suffering from a mysterious affliction. Upon arrival, Francis realises that JP and his twin sister are the surviving members of the privileged Luret family. As the friends attempt to reconnect, a number of inexplicable incidents occur within the house, and Francis finds himself drawn into a world of malaise and despair.
📺 Them (2021) series. THEM is an anthology series that explores terror in America. The first season, set in 1950’s, centers around a Black family who move from North Carolina to an all-white Los Angeles neighborhood. Their idyllic home becomes ground zero where malevolent forces, next door and otherworldly, threaten to taunt, ravage and destroy them. Subtitles available now.
– Inheritance (2021) Directed by Tyler Savage. A young couple visits a property left from the late fathers' estate. A haunted and disturbing past unravels. The main character has to overcome his personal issues and how to move forward.
– Murder in Mind (1994) Directed by Robert Bierman - A body is found face down in a tank. Detective Inspector Iverson, investigating what seems like a routine case of suicide, becomes involved with the mesmerizing psychotherapist who was helping the dead woman find her true self. Gradually their roles are reversed as her probing uncovers the detective's own deeper motives and needs, until the knife-edge between suicide and murder is exposed.
– Century (1996) Directed by Stephen Poliakoff - London, 1899. An elite group of doctors work under the leadership of the eminent Professor Mandry. Paul, Mandry's confidant and the team's star researcher, is madly in love with strong-willed, uninhibited lab assistant Clara. But his world is shattered when he makes a startling discovery about the Professor.
– Honest Thief (2020) Directed by Mark Williams - Wanting to lead an honest life, a notorious bank robber (Liam Neeson) turns himself in, only to be double-crossed by two ruthless FBI agents.
– Humans: Series 1 - In a parallel present where the latest must-have gadget for any busy family is a 'Synth' - a highly-developed robotic servant that's so similar to a real human it's transforming the way we live.
– The Disappointments Room (2016) Directed by D.J. Caruso - Dana, her husband David and their 5-year-old son Lucas start a new life after moving from the hustle and bustle of Brooklyn, N.Y., to a stately old manor in the quiet countryside. After settling in, Dana starts to experience terrifying visions and dreams that she cannot explain. The mystery grows when she stumbles upon a secret room in the attic.
– Stone, Scissors, Paper (1997) Directed by Stephen Whittaker - Seeking refuge from a violent husband, Jean secretly moves into the riverside cottage that belonged to her mother. Here, she meets a married stonemason with whom she gradually forms an intimate relationship. Both experience feelings of guilt for their inadmissible love for one another, and it isn't long before the couple's quiet affair of the heart is violently and tragically shattered.
– The Sleeper (2000) Direct by Stuart Orme - The presence of a strange old lady at Violet Moon's séance awakens a spirit she hoped would sleep forever and her plots and plans to keep the past from catching up with her become more and more outrageous. Sinister sibling rivalry, bitter jealousy, clandestine passions, ghostly revenge and murderous intentions conspire to create a complex thriller with chilling psychological implications.
– Eternal (2004) Directed by Wilhelm Liebenberg, Federico Sanchez - Detective Raymond Pope is a detective of questionable morals, searching for his missing wife. His investigation leads him to the wealthy estate of the enigmatic Elizabeth Kane and her young maid Irina, neither of which are quite what they seem.
– Payback (2021) Directed by Joseph Mensch - "You're gonna have a whole army after you." "Not if you're with me." "We better do the donkey now!" "Ok, but then I have to arrange to have you killed."
– Too Late to Say Goodbye (2009) Directors Norma Bailey - After discovering her husband's affair, Jenn forges an online connection with a charming mystery man. Which man is more likely to be involved in her sudden death? Based on Ann Rule's best-selling crime novel.
– Two For the Money (2005) Directed by D.J. Caruso - Leaves Prime in a day. How long do people want to watch Pacino play an arrogant fake asshole? Hopefully the young people are over this kind of character flaw.
– The Believer (2021) Directed by Shan Serafin - Lucas suspects his wife is losing her mind when she claims demons are waging a war in their urban home. Eerie evidence is mounting that she may not actually be crazy after all, but what she's about to tell him next is that he must do the unthinkable.
– Framed (2021) Directed by Nick Rizzini - An aspiring photographer actions are challenged by his feminist best friend after he secretly takes pictures of his barely dressed neighbor.
– The Russia House (1990) Directors Fred Schepisi - Alcoholic book editor from a bargain basement publishing house in Great Britain, "Barley" Scott Blair, would rather be drinking in Lisbon than attending a book dealers' show in Russia. To his surprise, his boozy holiday ends early when a CIA agent pays him a visit. His objectives: to assess new Russia's involvements in the old Cold War and to verify the authenticity of the notebooks found.
– Knowing (2009) Director Alex Proyas - Nick Cage and an old retired teacher drink a lot of booze in this really bad movie, where Cage does everything he can be to seen as a mental patient. Plus some horrible special effects thrown in.
– Crooked House (2008) Director Damon Thomas - When a museum curator is given the door knocker from a Tudor mansion, the ghostly secrets of Geap Manor's haunted past begin to emerge.
– The Wicker Man (1973) Director Robin Hardy - When a young girl mysteriously disappears, police sergeant Howie travels to a remote Scottish island to investigate. But this pastoral community, led by the strange Lord Summerisle, is not at all what it seems.
– Vivarium (2020) Directed by Lorcan Finnegan - A couple's search for a dream home plunges them into a terrifying nightmare after they are trapped in a mysterious, labyrinth-like neighborhood of identical houses
– The Dead Zone (1983) Director David Cronenberg - Johnny Smith (Christopher Walken) awakens from a coma, and finds he now has psychic abilities. Johnny contends with his unsettling powers, which allow him to see a person's future with a mere touch
– 21 Grams (2003) Directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu - A freak accident brings together a critically ill mathematician, a grieving mother and a born-again ex-con, whose lives collide in a riveting confrontation.
– The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1977) Director Nicholas Gessner - A 13 year-old girl living alone in a big house in a small town will stop at nothing to maintain her secrets and independence from prying adults.
– Brigham City (2001) directed by Richard Dutcher - Sheriff Wes Clayton is also a Mormon bishop in a picturesque little burg called Brigham City whose residents are stalked by an unknown serial killer.
– Secret Window (2004) Directors David Koepp - A successful writer in the midst of a painful divorce is stalked at his remote lake house by a farmer who claims he plagiarized his work.
– The Voyeurs (2021) Director Michael Mohan - A couple interested in the sex life of their neighbors, find one is cheating. Temptation and desire cause their lives to become tangled together leading to deadly consequences.
– Anna (2014) Director: Jorge Dorado - A man with the ability to enter peoples' memories takes on the case of a brilliant, troubled sixteen-year-old girl to determine whether she is a sociopath or a victim of trauma.
– Grantchester (2014) Developed by Daisy Coulam - Based on The Grantchester Mysteries by James Runcie