A brilliant action horror is among the movies on TV tonight
Your Wednesday evening movies menu has arrived!
Your movies options are plentiful this evening, including 13 new additions to Disney+, and 12 new additions to Netflix, or one of the best war films of recent years going straight to Prime Video.
If none of those tickle your fancy, here are the movies on TV for you to choose from this evening, starting with:
Eye in the Sky - FilmFour - 7pm
Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul and the late, great Alan Rickman star in this tense war thriller centred around the use of a drone strike in a populated area.
Lethal Weapon 2 - TCM - 9pm
Mel Gibson and Danny Glover for the too-old-for-this-shizz duo in this very decent action comedy sequel.
White House Down - FilmFour - 9pm
Not as good as Olympus Has Fallen, but not without its charms, as Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx star in what is essentially Die Hard in the White House.
Only You - BBC Three - 9.45pm
Josh O'Connor and Laia Costa star in this critically acclaimed romantic drama about two strangers who embark on an all-consuming relationship.
Pitch Black - ITV4 - 11.05pm
Our main pick for the night is this brilliant action horror that introduced most of the world to Vin Diesel. He plays a captured prisoner who is one of a handful of survivors when their spaceship crashes on an alien planet... but the nightmare has only just begun, as nocturnal creatures begin to awaken once the long solar eclipse kicks in.
Trespass - TCM - 11.25pm
Nic Cage and Nicole Kidman star in this awful, awful, AWFUL home invasion thriller.
Monster - FilmFour - 11.35pm
Charlize Theron won the Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of Aileen Wuornos, a sex worker who begins robbing and killing her clients.
Nobody's Fool - Channel 4 - 1.10am
Tiffany Haddish and Whoopi Goldberg star in this not-very-good comedy about a woman who suspects her sister is being catfished.
1985 - FilmFour - 1.50am
A powerful drama in which a closeted gay man (Cory Michael Smith) comes back to his home after many years and struggles to communicate about his life with his strict family.
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