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After his messy divorce, Dr. Frasier Crane returns to his hometown and takes to the radio airwaves of Seattle.Read more
When John Sullivan opens a link to the past he has the opportunity to save his father being killed in a fire.Read more
Warner Brothers finally launches one of its flagship TV sitcoms to DVD with mixed results.Read more
The sleepy town of Fairwater is suffering from a spate of mystery deaths. Each of the victims appears to have died from having their hearts crushed from the inside. Only a cheating psychic can solve the mystery, but unfortunately he is one of the ...Read more
James Bond, 007, is sent on a secret mission to Istanbul to obtain a Russian cypher machine from a defecting Russian agent.Read more
When Dr. Richard David Kimble is wrongly convicted of murdering his wife he goes on the run to bring the real murderer to justice.Read more
When a bumbling gangster is killed in the crossfire of a yakuza execution he is rebuilt by a mad professor as the super-robo yakuza.Read more
Off we go, into the wild green yonder with the fourth and, possibly, final feature-length epic of the cult animated sci-fi comedy Futurama.Read more
Leon lives a sad life as an assassin for the mob, his home is a dingy flat at the end of a corridor. Every day he goes out, does a job and buys two quarts of milk. Today will be different....
An elite group of profilers analyse the nation's most dangerous criminal minds in an effort to anticipate their next moves before they strike again.