Four weeks after a mysterious, incurable virus spreads throughout the UK, a handful of survivors try to find sanctuary as they are pursued relentlessly by the bloodthirsty undead.
A mass-murderer kidnaps and seduces a young woman after leaving her husband to die on the vessel whose crew he's just slaughtered.
Somewhere deep in the Australian outback there's a marauding, indestructible creature that can rip a man in half and destroy a homestead in seconds. This giant freak of nature is nine hundred pounds of tusk and muscle - and it is hell bent on terrorising the small isolated community of Gamulla - a town as violent and primitive as the beast that threatens it.
With a deep stab wound, a disguised Tommy (James Norton) heads to Hebden Bridge to find Ryan (Rhys Connah). He breaks into an abandoned narrow boat along the canal to hide out.
After her brutal encounter with Tommy Lee Royce (James Norton), Catherine (Sarah Lancashire) is left unconscious in the street and Ann (Charlie Murphy), fearing Tommy will return, locks herself in Catherine's car. The police arrive but Tommy manages to get away. He gets on to Lewis (Adam Long) who agrees to hide with him.
Catherine's (Sarah Lancashire) investigation into the Milton Avenue property ramps up when she tells her boss about what she found there and her suspicions about Tommy Lee Royce (James Norton). A CSI team is dispatched to investigate Milton Avenue further as the owner is revealed to be Julie Mulligan (Rachel Leskovac) - Ashley's wife. Catherine pays her a visit and finds out that Julie has nothing to do with the property but her husband does.
A private eye tracking down the kidnapped daughter of a Harlem kingpin becomes involved in a power struggle between the Mafia and African-American mobsters.
When PC Kirsten McAskill (Sophie Rundle) pulls over Lewis (Adam Long) for speeding, he's edgy, making her suspicious. She becomes even more suspicious when she hears muffled noises coming from the back of the van. Tommy (James Norton) brutally takes control of the situation, running Kirsten over. Catherine (Sarah Lancashire) and the team rush to the scene. Even though she's upset, Catherine pushes through to secure the area and any evidence.
A young couple suspects that their house is haunted by a malevolent entity, so they set up video surveillance to capture evidence of what happens at night as they sleep.
Ash is a hapless housewares clerk time-warped back to the Dark Ages by the demonic power of the Necronomicon. Now armed with only a '73 Oldsmobile, his trusty chainsaw and a 12-gauge double-barreled S-Mart shotgun, our knuckleheaded hero must battle vicious she-bitches, a diabolical Evil Ash and the relentless hordes of the medieval dead in the most outrageously spectacular horror comedy every made.
When Nevison (George Costigan) reveals the details of the ransom, the enormity of the situation hits a nervous and jittery Kevin (Steve Pemberton). Nevison is devastated when he has to share the heartbreaking news with his terminally ill wife Helen (Jill Baker). He asks Kevin to find the money within the company and to not say a word to anyone about Ann's (Charlie Murphy) kidnap.
Sarah Lancashire stars in a compelling crime thriller written by Sally Wainwright (Last Tango in Halifax, Scott and Bailey), revolving around the personal and professional life of a hard-working and dedicated police woman. Enjoying critical acclaim, Happy Valley was hugely popular with audiences when it aired on BBC1 in the UK earlier in the year.
The lives of three small-time townspeople are turned upside down when they discover the wreck of a small plane containing four million dollars in cash next to a dead pilot.
After being double-crossed and left for dead, a mysterious man named Walker single-mindedly tries to retrieve the rather inconsequential sum of money that was stolen from him.
Oscar nominee Spike Lee directs with characteristic flair, adapted from the best-selling Richard Price novel, this devastating crime-drama about a murder investigation in the ghetto.
A mobster, his mistress and a tough female ex-con are caught in a dangerous plot with over two million of the mob's money at stake.
Just because you give someone the idea for a murder, does that make you responsible for the crime? Crime writer Arthur Upfield (Robert Menzies) believed he was looking for the perfect plot. But when his friend Snowy Rowles (Luke Ford), used the same idea to murder three men, Upfield is forced to confront his own role in their deaths.
After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality.
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