A very funny horror comedy is among the movies on TV tonight
"Zombies, exploding heads, creepy-crawlies... and a date for the formal."
Need a movie recommendation this Wednesday night?
Well, JOE has you covered with this list of where to watch this year's Best Picture nominees at the Oscars.
On top of this, we've run down the films airing on TV this evening below.
Raiders of the Lost Ark - Film 4 - 9pm
With a new Indiana Jones film coming out in June, what better time is there to revisit the classic first entry in the franchise.
Hard Target - Turner Classic Movies - 9pm
Jean-Claude Van Damme uncovers a sinister group of wealthy men who hunt the homeless for sport in this action film that was Face/Off director John Woo's first English-language movie.
The Gunman - Legend - 9pm
Sean Penn leads a great cast - including Idris Elba, Javier Bardem and Mark Rylance - in this action thriller that is sadly not very good
She Never Died - Horror Xtra - 11pm
This Canadian horror comedy about a woman with a mysterious past tracking down those responsible for a person's disappearance has a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes.
Night of the Creeps - Legend - 11.15pm
Our pick for tonight is this 1986 sci-fi horror comedy about two college students (Jason Lively, Steve Marshall) and a haunted cop (Halloween III's Tom Atkins) who try to defend a campus against alien brain parasites that infect humans and turn them into killer zombies.
A flop at the box office that has gone on to develop a strong cult following, Night of the Creeps is a loving and stylish tribute to B-movies that takes elements from alien invasion, slasher and zombie flicks to create its own unique story.
It also has a screenplay packed full of amazing lines, as evident by the clip below.
World War Z - Film4 - 11.15pm
Another zombie movie, except this time a blockbuster and featuring Brad Pitt.
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- New Irish movie from the director of Sing Street premieres to great reviews
- Love Actually star reveals incredibly emotional behind-the-scenes story
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