One of the creepiest films of recent years is among the movies on TV tonight 6 months ago

One of the creepiest films of recent years is among the movies on TV tonight

It's on very, very late but it's definitely worth recording and checking out nonetheless.

Not heading to see The Boss in concert this Tuesday night? Well, you can check out one of these movies airing on TV:


A View to a Kill - ITV4 - 9pm

This Roger Moore Bond adventure also features Christopher Walken and Grace Jones as villains.

Under Siege - Film4 - 9pm

Steven Seagal's best movie and one we've recommended before.


Starsky & Hutch - Comedy Central - 9pm

In this movie reboot, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson put a comedic spin on the classic '70s buddy cop action series of the same name.

Pet - Horror Xtra - 10.50pm

In this twisty horror, a woman (Ksenia Solo) is abducted by a stalker (Lost's Dominic Monaghan) and held captive underneath an animal shelter where her captor works.


Last Knights - AMC - 11pm

Clive Owen and Morgan Freeman star in this sword-and-sandals action drama with a 16% score on Rotten Tomatoes, meaning its probably to be avoided.


Kiernan Shipka in our pick for tonight - February

Black Book - Film4 - 11.05pm

Paul Verhoeven - the director of such classics as Basic Instinct, Robocop, Starship Troopers and Total Recall - returned to the Netherlands for this WWII spy drama.

Ransom - Turner Classic Movies - 11.10pm

This terrifically tense 90's thriller follows a multi-millionaire (Mel Gibson) whose son is kidnapped. After initially agreeing to pay the ransom, the dad then decides to use the money as a bounty on the perpetrators of the crime.

Moonstruck - BBC Two - 11.15pm


Cher and Nicolas Cage star in one of the best rom-coms of all time.

Collateral Damage - ITV4 - 11.45pm

This 2002 action revenge thriller was one of Arnold Schwarzenegger's last leading roles before taking a years long hiatus from acting due to becoming Governor of California.

February - Film4 - 2am

Our pick for tonight/early tomorrow morning is this 2015 horror which is also known as The Blackcoat's Daughter in some territories.

Told over multiple timelines, the movie primarily focuses on two girls (Kiernan Shipka and Lucy Boynton) who, after being left behind at their boarding school over winter break, are plagued by a mysterious evil force - one which leaves long-lasting consequences.

Co-starring Emma Roberts as a mysterious young woman impacted by the events at the school, the directorial debut of Osgood Perkins - son of Psycho star Anthony Perkins - benefits from an atmospheric wintry setting, creepy performances, a twisty screenplay and one of the most haunting endings of recent years.

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