Also known as Terror Voyage, this 1954 crime mystery revisits the setting of director Vernon Sewell’s earlier feature Ghost Ship, starring athletic New Yorker (and future Men into Space lead) William Lundigan in an intriguing tale of peril in the English Channel. Shot at Merton Park Studios, Dangerous Voyage is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Whilst cruising in their yacht, ‘Gelert’, John Drew and his sister Joan encounter a dis-masted vessel drifting helplessly, and take it in tow. Darkness falls as they approach the harbour, but the two men aboard the stricken yacht can be clearly seen in the rays of a searchlight. On entering the lock, however, the men are found to be missing and there is no clue on board the vessel as to her port of origin or destination. She has no name, and no papers of any kind. In fact, the only article of interest is a man’s left shoe... Special Features: Image Gallery Original Theatrical Trailer
This early British talkie stars vaudevillian Gene Gerrard as George, a young man on a yacht moored off Monte Carlo who has a tiff with his fiancée, goes ashore on a glorious binge, then finds himself accused of assaulting a prince! When he attempts to extricate himself by pretending to be his non-existent twin brother, he finds he's really in trouble... A rarely seen comedy based on a 1913 farce by P.G. Wodehouse and Herbert Westbrook, Brother Alfred is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. SPECIAL FEATURES  Image gallery
Season One After just a year of marriage, the immaculate life Georgina (Julia Stiles) has quickly become intoxicated by is blown apart when her art collector husband Constantine is killed in an explosion aboard the yacht of a Russian oligarch. Believing there to be more to the tragedy, she sets out to uncover what happened. Dark truths about Constantine's dealings emerge and, as she begins to realise who she was really married to, Georgina enters a spiral of moral descent as she becomes immersed in a world of lies, double-dealing and criminality. In order to maintain the Clios' legendary Côte d'Azur mansion and protect the family and its fortune, she will have to learn to adapt, survive and ultimately thrive in her dangerous new reality. But as she first proved back in her days as a fine art scholar in the US, she's an A-plus student… Season Two Riviera is back. The second ten sensational part season of Riviera sees Georgina (Julia Stiles) focused on trying to get away with murder as she fights to retain power within the Clios household and her position at the top of the elusive art world. This intoxicating drama is full of sun, sex, sea, fast cars, fast living, chateau’s and everything that says the glamour of the rich and powerful. Picking up immediately from the shocking ending of season one, with the Clios family still reeling from the devastation caused by Constantine’s mysterious death, Georgina continues her battle for dominance and control with Irina Clios (Lena Olin) and her children Christos (Dimitri Leonidas) and Adriana (Roxanne Duran).
Six celebrities take on the challenge of navigating along the beautiful British coastline. Will they find their sea legs? And, will they get along? Mark Durden-Smith, Nick Hancock, Richard Madeley, Dawn Porter, Rosemary Shrager, and Bradley Walsh split into two groups before making the journey from Cornwall to Kent, stopping off to see the sights along the way. The groups make their trip in a variety of different vessels, from a luxury yacht to a 1930s motor torpedo boat and a pirate ship to a fishing trawler. On each stage of the journey one group travels in luxury whilst the other roughs it in a working vessel. Guided by each vessel's crew, they learn how to sail the boats and take in the hidden gems of the English coast, which can only be appreciated from the sea. The crew share their knowledge, and personal stories, of the various stretches of coastline they navigate along, hoping that their enthusiasm will rub off on their fellow travellers! The three stages are: Cornwall to Devon, Dorset to Hampshire, and East Sussex to London. There is good-natured banter and friendly rivalry as well as laughs and stories along the way as the celebrities are taken out of the comfort of a TV studio and sent out to the open sea with only each other for company. Will they survive at sea and, equally importantly, can they stomach each other?