An unforgettable sci-fi film is among the movies on TV tonight 1 month ago

An unforgettable sci-fi film is among the movies on TV tonight

Scarlett Johansson stars as an alien in Scotland.

On the hunt for a good movie or two to watch this Tuesday night?

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Well, let us help you with that by highlighting what films are airing on telly this evening.

Rocky Balboa - ITV4 - 9pm

The sixth film in the Rocky franchise and the final one before the Creed spin-offs.

Deadpool - Film4 - 9pm

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Ryan Reynolds is the Merc with a Mouth in this fun and irreverent superhero flick.

The Dead Pool - Turner Classic Movies - 9pm

Despite its title, this is not part of the aforementioned Deadpool franchise but is rather the last film in the Dirty Harry series.

The Odessa File - Great! Movies Classic - 9pm

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In this '70s thriller, a Holocaust victim's diary inspires a journalist (Oscar-winner Jon Voight) to embark on a dangerous hunt for post-war Nazis.

Howl - Horror Channel - 9pm

This 2015 British horror follows passengers on a train who must band together to survive after being attacked by a werewolf.

Mara - Horror Channel - 10.50pm

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Staying in the horror genre, Mara stars Olga Kurylenko as criminal psychologist who, while investigating a murder, becomes haunted by a demon that kills people in their sleep.

Mars Attacks! - Turner Classic Movies - 10.55pm

Tim Burton helms this star-studded and pretty fun sci-fi comedy in which Earth is invaded by cruel Martians.

Under the Skin - Film4 - 11.10pm

Saving the best for last, our pick for tonight is this 2013 film following an alien disguised as a human woman (Scarlett Johansson) who, while wandering around Scotland, begins a process of self-discovery.

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While Under the Skin's meditative pace and surreal vibe may turn off some viewers, its unique story, stunning visuals, ominous tone and perfect central performance from Johansson as an otherworldly being learning what it is to be human makes this sci-fi one of the most singular and unforgettable movies of the decade.