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Release: June 16, 2005
Megashare "Only Human" The Strangest Village in Britain (2005)
"Only Human" The Strangest Village in Britain: Botton in Yorkshire is a small village that is home to about 250 people. 135 of these have special needs due to various mental illnesses and the other hundred or so are "co-workers" who act as carers to the others. The village has about 30 homes, several farms and workshops where work is carried out at a relaxed pace. Although many social workers believe that isolation is not the answer for the mentally ill, the community is generally a success. This films charts daily life in the village and follows one man, Barry, as he tries to leave and set up for himself.
Director: Rachel Bliss
Megashare #Followme (2019)
Three British women from London, consisting of a YouTuber and her two friends, go missing from a motel in California while travelling from Los Angeles to San Francisco after posting on social media using the the hashtag #followme.
Director: Sam Hardy
Cast: Kara Kingsward-Hughes , Scarlett Davies , Maria Louis , Tyler Gallant , Connor Garelick , Sam Hardy , Ike Catcher , Chance Harlem Jr. , Devon Rafferty
Release: April 20, 2001
Megashare "Agatha Christie's Poirot" Evil Under the Sun (2001)
"Agatha Christie's Poirot" Evil Under the Sun: Recovering from a sudden collapse, Poirot finds little comfort in doctor's orders confining him to a strict regimen at an island health resort with Captain Hastings. However, better medicine is to be found in the murder of another guest, a famous film actress, and a long list of suspects.
Director: Brian Farnham
Cast: Carolyn Pickles, David Mallinson, David Suchet, David Timson, Hugh Fraser, Ian Thompson, Kenneth Gilbert, Kevin Moore, Laurence Richardson, Louise Delamere, Marsha Fitzalan, Michael Higgs, Paul Ready, Pauline Moran, Philip Jackson, Rebecca Johnson, Roger Alborough, Rosalind March, Russell Tovey, Tim Meats
Release: August 05, 2000
Megashare "American Masters" Bob Marley Rebel Music (2000)
Profile of the life and music of the legendary reggae singer.
Director: Jeremy Marre
Cast: Bob Marley, Rita Marley
Megashare "Great Performances" Count Dracula (1977)
For those familiar with Bram Stoker's novel, this adaptation follows the book quite closely in most respects. Jonathan Harker visits the Count in Transylvania to help him with preparations to move to England. Harker becomes Dracula's prisoner and discovers Dracula's true nature. After Dracula makes his way to England, Harker becomes involved in an effort to track down and destroy the Count, eventually chasing the vampire back to his castle.
Director: Philip Saville
Cast: Ann Queensberry, Bosco Hogan, Bruce Wightman, Frank Finlay, George Malpas, George Raistrick, Izabella Telezynska, Jack Shepherd, Judi Bowker, Louis Jourdan, Mark Burns, Michael Macowan, Richard Barnes, Sue Vanner, Susan Penhaligon
Megashare "Play for Today" Another Flip for Dominick (1982)
Sequel to "Play for Today: The Flipside of Dominick Hide (#11.8)" (1980). Now a respected teacher of temporal observers, Dominick has not visited the past for several years. He is content with his lot, resigned to the idea that he will never again see Jane, the lover he left in 1980, or their son. Then his boss gives him a new mission: to find out what has become of one of Dominick's students, Pyrus Bonnington, who has gone missing in 1982. Pyrus, who idolises Dominick, is attempting to emulate his exploits in the past. Dominick's search reunites him with Jane who now lives with a musician (conveniently on a six-month stint in Brazil) and allows him to meet his son for the first time. Pyrus is attempting to rescue a foreign princess being held to ransom by terrorists, which might have a disastrous affect on future history if he succeeds. Matters become even more complicated when Dominick and Jane quarrel, and he decides to use his time machine to revisit the previous day, and try to repair the rift. Meanwhile, in Dominick's own time, his wife becomes increasingly disenchanted with his dalliance in the past, and runs off with their baby-sitter.
Director: Alan Gibson
Cast: Antonia Pemberton, Caroline Langrishe, Geoffrey Leesley, Gillian Raine, Godfrey James, Jean Trend, Mary Jo Randle, Michael Gough, Patrick Magee, Peter Firth, Pippa Guard, Ron Berglas, Steve Alder, Sylvia Coleridge, Ysanne Churchman
Megashare "Play for Today" The Kiss of Death (1977)
Trevor is an extremely shy undertaker's assistant. He always tags along with his good friend Ronnie, when he goes to the pub with his girlfriend Sandra. Sandra introduces Trevor to her more forward friend Linda. Linda has a difficult time getting Trevor to go out with her, but she finally gets him to go to a disco; he won't dance, so Linda dances with Ronnie.
Director: Mike Leigh
Cast: Angela Curran, Christine Moore, Clifford Kershaw, David Threlfall, John Wheatley, Kay Adshead, Marlene Sidaway, Pamela Austin
Megashare "Play for Today" Who's Who (1979)
"Play for Today" Who's Who: Slice-of-life look at class divisions among employees of a brokerage house. Alan, with his portrait of the Queen and love of the peerage; his wife April, who raises cats; youthful and pretentious friends Nigel, Giles, and Anthony, who gather for a wine-soaked dinner party with the chatty and risque Samantha and the mousy Caroline; the plummy Lord and Lady Crouchurst, in a spot of bother needing the help of Francis, a senior partner, to assist with the family's cash flow. Alan comes home from work to find Mr. Shakespeare doing a photo shoot of one of April's cats and a wealthy stranger, Miss Hunt, waiting to purchase one. His instincts for sycophantic palaver kick in.
Director: Mike Leigh
Cast: Angela Curran, David Neville, Felicity Dean, Geraldine James, Graham Seed, Jeffrey Wickham, Joolia Cappleman, Lavinia Bertram, Philip Davis, Richard Kane, Richenda Carey, Roger Hammond, Sam Kelly, Simon Chandler, Souad Faress
Release: January 27, 1993
Megashare "The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes" The Last Vampyre (1993)
In this case, Sherlock Holmes agrees to investigate a strange series of deaths in a village, who inhabitants that had killed a prominent family that were thought to be vampires a century in the past. These deaths appear to be linked to a man who is a descendent of that family and seems to be something malevolently supernatural about him, much like a vampire himself.
Director: Tim Sullivan
Cast: Edward Hardwicke, Eileen O'Brien, Elizabeth Spriggs, Freddie Jones, Hilary Mason, Jeremy Brett, Juliet Aubrey, Kate Lansbury, Keith Barron, Maurice Denham, Peter Geddis, Richard Dempsey, Roy Marsden, Stephen Tomlin, Yolanda Vazquez
Megashare "Theatre 625" The Year of the Sex Olympics (1968)
Set in a future when the world is dominated and run by television, where language has become almost redundant and all "tensions" - love, war, hate, loyalty - have been removed. Overpopulation is a problem, so there are gluttony programmes to put people off food and pornography programmes to put them off sex. There is artsex and sportsex, and now this - the year of the Sex Olympics. Audience attention begins to wane, however, until TV executive Ugo Priest works on a new concept - a reality-based programme in which a couple is stranded on a bleak island, without the aid of any modern technology, and their efforts to survive filmed twenty-four hours a day. A concept which may sound familiar in the age of reality TV...
Director: Michael Elliott
Cast: Brian Coburn, Brian Cox, Derek Fowlds, George Murcell, Hira Talfrey, Job Stewart, Leonard Rossiter, Lesley Roach, Martin Potter, Michael Feast, Patricia Maynard, Suzanne Neve, Tony Vogel, Trevor Peacock, Vickery Turner, Wolfe Morris
Megashare '71 (2014)
A young and disoriented British soldier is accidentally abandoned by his unit following a riot on the deadly streets of Belfast in 19.
Director: Yann Demange
Cast: Jack O'Connell, Paul Anderson, Sean Harris, Sam Reid, Charlie Murphy, Valene Kane, Sam Hazeldine, David Wilmot, Killian Scott, Paul Popplewell, Richard Dormer, Ben Peel, Martin McCann, Gerard Jordan, Jack Lowden
Release: June 29, 2010
Megashare 'As You Like It' at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre (2010)
'As You Like It' at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre: Rosalind, the daughter of a banished duke, falls in love with Orlando at a wrestling match, but her usurping uncle, jealous of her popularity, banishes her from court. Disguised as a boy she seeks out her father and his friends in the Forest of Arden. Here she meets Orlando again and, under the guise of a young man, counsels him in the art of love.
Director: Thea Sharrock
Cast: Brendan Hughes, Dominic Rowan, Laura Rogers, Philip Bird, Tim McMullan, Trevor Martin
Release: April 22, 1999
Megashare 'Futurama' Welcome to the World of Tomorrow (1999)
'Futurama' Welcome to the World of Tomorrow: An introduction to Futurama.
Cast: Billy West, Claudia Katz, David Herman, John Di Maggio, Katey Sagal, Leonard Nimoy, Matt Groening, Maurice LaMarche
Megashare 'I Know Where I'm Going' (1945)
'I Know Where I'm Going': Joan Webster is an ambitious and stubborn middle-class English woman determined to move forward since her childhood. She meets her father in a fancy restaurant to tell him that she will marry the wealthy middle-aged industrial Robert Bellinger in Kiloran island, in Hebricles, Scotland. She travels from Manchester to the island of Mull, where she stays trapped due to the windy weather. While in the island, she meets Torquil McNeil and along the days they fall in love for each other.
Director: Michael Powell
Cast: Anthony Eustrel, Arthur Chesney, Catherine Lacey, Duncan McIntyre, Finlay Currie, George Carney, Graham Moffatt, Herbert Lomas, Jean Cadell, John Laurie, John Rae, Kitty Kirwan, Nancy Price, Norman Shelley, Pamela Brown, Petula Clark, Roger Livesey, Valentine Dyall, Walter Hudd, Wendy Hiller
Megashare 'Tamara Drewe' (2010)
'Tamara Drewe': Once the ugly duckling in the Dorset village of Ewedown, Tamara Drewe returns to sell her late mother's house, now a glamorous journalist with a life-changing nose job. She awakens feelings in sexy old flame, Andy, the decent odd job man at pretentious author Nicholas Hardiment's writers' school and in Nicholas himself, a serial philanderer who cheats on his loyal wife Beth. But Tamara has a new man in her life, Ben, an obnoxious rock drummer whose marriage proposal she accepts, to the dismay of local girl - and Ben's biggest fan - Jody. Jody's efforts to sabotage the engagement lead to Tamara, on the rebound and finding Andy in the arms of another, allowing Nicholas to have his wicked way with her, and also allowing it to be photographed and sent to a distraught Beth. Beth's secret admirer, American writer Glen, confronts Nicholas out in the fields, but Ben's dog Boss has got loose and has caused a local farmer's cattle to stampede towards them, an event which will shape the futures of everybody.
Director: Stephen Frears
Cast: Alex Kelly, Bill Camp, Bronagh Gallagher, Cheryl Campbell, Dominic Cooper, Emily Bruni, Gemma Arterton, John Bett, Patricia Quinn, Pippa Haywood, Roger Allam, Susan Wooldridge, Tamsin Greig, Tom Allen, Walter Hall
Megashare (She Owns) Every Thing (2010)
Cathy, works at the handbag counter of a department store and is comfortably stuck in a passionless marriage. Cathy's world is turned on it's head when she falls in love with a woman who tries to buy a handbag from her. Cathy's life begins to unravel, she begins to yearn for sensations, feelings and things she has never owned before and when it all becomes too much she decides to transfer all her pain to a brown leather handbag.
Director: Alexandra McGuinness
Cast: Maria Doyle Kennedy, Roisin Kiberd, Lola Peploe, Cynthia Fortune Ryan, David Wilmot
Megashare -- And Now the Screaming Starts (1973)
England 1795: the young Catherine just married Charles Fengriffen and moves into his castle. She becomes victim of an old curse that lays on the family. In her wedding night she's raped by a ghost and gets pregnant.
Director: Roy Ward Baker
Cast: Blake Butler, Daniel Jones, Drew Wood, Frank Forsyth, Geoffrey Whitehead, Gillian Lind, Gloria Maley, Guy Rolfe, Herbert Lom, Ian Ogilvy, Janet Key, John Sharp, John Stamp, Larry Taylor, Lloyd Lamble, Michael Elphick, Norman Mitchell, Patrick Magee, Peter Cushing, Rocky Taylor, Rosalie Crutchley, Sally Harrison, Stephanie Beacham, Sylvester Morand
Megashare 1 Day (2009)
Director: Penny Woolcock
Cast: Chris Wilson
Megashare 1 Giant Leap (2002)
is a collaborative dvd project for the 21st century, which fuses music, words, sounds, rhythms and images from over 25 locations in 20 countries around the globe to celebrate diversity of musicians, story-tellers, authors, filmmakers, artists, entrepreneurs, artists, and thinkers from many different cultures. is a title, a philosophy, a leap of faith that sprung from the minds of visionary UK musicians/visual artists Jamie Catto (Faithless) and Duncan Bridgeman. It is the embodiment of the unity in human diversity and a cross-cultural exploration of universal truth that is a global journey unto itself. features: Kurt Vonnegut, Dennis Hopper, Ram Dass, Tom Robbins, Anita Roddick, Brian Eno, Michael Stipe (REM), Robbie Williams, Neneh Cherry, Speech (Arrested Development), Stewart Copeland, Baaba Maal, and many more.
Director: Duncan Bridgeman
Cast: Brian Eno, Dennis Hopper, Eddi Reader, Jerry Sadowitz, Michael Stipe, Ram Dass, Robbie Williams, Sharon Mitchell
Megashare 10 Rillington Place (1971)
After subletting his upstairs London flat to a mentally deficient young man named Timothy Evans and his pregnant wife Beryl...
Director: Richard Fleischer
Cast: Andre Morell, Arthur Gross, Basil Dignam, David Jackson, Douglas Blackwell, Edward Burnham, Edward Cast, Edward Evans, Edward Woodward, Edwin Brown, Fred Hugh, Gabrielle Daye, Geoffrey Chater, George Lee, Howard Lang, Isobel Black, Jack Carr, Jimmy Gardner, John Hurt, Judy Geeson, Margaret Boyd, Pat Heywood, Phyllis MacMahon, Ray Barron, Reg Lye, Richar