Film4 is a British free-to-air television channel owned by the Channel Four Television Corporation, that broadcasts films.

United Kingdom

TV guide - Saturday, 25/01/20

(1997) Disturbing thriller. A mathematical genius (Sean Gullette) believes he can unlock the key to both the stock market and the universe. But the idea attracts unwelcome attention.
(2017) Humour-tinged horror with Alice Lowe. After a tragedy, a pregnant woman is instructed by her unborn child to commit a series of brutal murders. Gory violence/very strong language.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days
(2012) Family comedy sequel with Zachary Gordon. The summer holidays have finally arrived and Greg is looking forward to honing his video-gaming skills. But Mum and Dad have other ideas.
The Spiderwick Chronicles
(2008) Fantasy adventure. Children find a secret book at their great-great-uncle's creepy home that reveals a thrilling, scary world of goblins, ogres and trolls. With Freddie Highmore.
Playing for Keeps
(2012) Romantic comedy-drama. Gerard Butler stars as a man suffering setbacks and temptations as he attempts to rebuild his relationship with his ex-wife (Jessica Biel). With Uma Thurman.
The Jewel of the Nile
(1985) Comedy action-adventure starring Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner. A daredevil and a romantic novelist race to find a jewel that will restore a nation's heir to his throne.
Home Again
(2017) Romcom with Reece Witherspoon and Michael Sheen. After separating from her husband, Alice returns to LA where a night out leads to new lodgers and much more than she bargained for.
The Last Witch Hunter
(2015) Violent supernatural horror starring Vin Diesel. In modern-day New York, an immortal medieval warrior is forced to battle again with the powerful witch he slayed centuries earlier.
Bone Tomahawk
(2016) Wild West horror starring Kurt Russell, Lili Simmons, Patrick Wilson, Richard Jenkins and Matthew Fox. A posse tries to rescue townsfolk abducted by cannibals. Graphic gory violence.

TV guide - Sunday, 26/01/20

(2005) Visceral horror with John Lynch, Essie Davis, Ruth Negga and Sean Harris. On a failing Irish farm, an experiment to boost cattle fertility results in bloody mayhem. Strong language.
Carry On Cleo
(1964) Comedy with Sid James, Kenneth Williams and Amanda Barrie. Caesar's best military commander is posted to Egypt, where he falls for the famously beautiful pharaoh Cleopatra.
The Boxtrolls
(2014) Oscar-nominated animation. Grotesque and badly behaved (but harmless) trolls living below a hilltop town face extermination by its inhabitants. Can a boy and girl save the creatures?
Rise of the Guardians
(2012) Animated adventure with Alec Baldwin and Hugh Jackman. When evil spirit Pitch taints the dreams of Earth's children, the Guardians, including Santa and Jack Frost, must defeat him.
(2006) Action-packed fantasy. John Malkovich stars as the despotic ruler Galbatorix, who thinks he has exterminated all the Dragon Riders, not realising one survives to challenge his reign.
Knight and Day
(2010) Action-comedy starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. A CIA assassin kidnaps a woman and takes her on an impromptu round-the-world trip in order to save both their lives. Violence.
Mechanic: Resurrection
(2016) Action thriller sequel starring Jason Statham, Jessica Alba and Michelle Yeoh. The assassin is 'offered' three new jobs he cannot refuse. Strong language and violence throughout.