January 2

‘101 Dalmatians’ (1996): Starring Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels, and Joely Richardson. A woman kidnaps puppies to kill them for their fur, but various animals then gang up against her and get their revenge in slapstick fashion.

‘The Agony and the Ecstasy’ (1965): Starring Charlton Heston, Rex Harrison, and Diane Cilento. The biographical story of Michelangelo’s troubles while painting the Sistine Chapel at the urging of Pope Julius II.

‘The Amityville Horror’ (1979): Starring James Brolin, Margot Kidder, and Rod Steiger. Newlyweds move into a house where a murder was committed, and experience strange manifestations which drive them away.

‘Amityville 2: The Possession’ (1982): Starring James Olson, Burt Young, and Rutanya Alda. A family moves into their new home, which proves to be evil, resulting in the demonic possession of the teenage son. Only the local priest can save him.

‘Amityville 3’ (1983): Starring Tony Roberts, Tess Harper, and Robert Joy. A reporter moves into the ominous Long Island house to debunk it of the recent supernatural events and becomes besieged by the evil manifestations which are connected to a hell-spawn demon lurking in the basement.

‘The Apartment’ (1960): Starring Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, and Fred MacMurray. A man tries to rise in his company by letting its executives use his apartment for trysts, but complications and a romance of his own ensue.

‘April Fool’s Day’ (1986): Starring Jay Baker, Pat Barlow, and Lloyd Berry. A group of nine college students staying at a friend’s remote island mansion begin to fall victim to an unseen murderer over the April Fool’s day weekend.

‘Bad Boys II’ (2003): Starring Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, and Gabrielle Union. Two loose-cannon narcotics cops investigate the flow of Ecstacy into Florida.

‘Basic’ (2003): Starring John Travolta, Connie Nielsen, and Samuel L. Jackson. A DEA agent investigates the disappearance of a legendary Army ranger drill sergeant and several of his cadets during a training exercise gone severely awry.

‘Batman and Robin’ (1997): Starring George Clooney, Chris O’Donnell, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Batman and Robin try to keep their relationship together even as they must stop Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy from freezing Gotham City.

‘Beauty Shop’ (2005): Starring Queen Latifah, Alicia Silverstone, and Andie MacDowell. Gina is a hairstylist who opens up a beauty shop full of employees and customers more interested in speaking their minds than getting a cut.

‘Better Living Through Chemistry’ (2014): Starring Sam Rockwell, Olivia Wilde, and Michelle Monaghan. A straight-laced pharmacist’s uneventful life spirals out of control when he starts an affair with a trophy-wife customer who takes him on a joyride involving sex, drugs and possibly murder.

‘Big Fish’ (2003): Starring Ewan McGregor, Alison Lohman, and Billy Crudup. A son learns the truth about his father.

‘Bless the Child’ (2000): Starring Kim Basinger, Jimmy Smits, and Rufus Sewell. Psychiatric nurse Maggie gets involved in a murder mystery when her sister shows up to reclaim the autistic daughter she abandoned six years prior.

‘Blink’ (1994): Starring Madeleine Stowe, Aidan Quinn, and James Remar. After a 20-something blind woman has surgery to restore her sight, she begins seeing bizarre and eerie things.

‘Blue Car’ (2002): Starring David Strathairn, Agnes Bruckner, and Margaret Colin. A troubled young woman is encouraged by a teacher to enter a poetry contest.

‘Bowling for Columbine’ (2002): Filmmaker Michael Moore explores the roots of America’s predilection for gun violence.

‘Brasslands’ (2013): This documentary examines a trumpet festival in a tiny Serbian village that attracts half a million attendees each year.

‘Bright Lights, Big City’ (1988): Starring Michael J. Fox, Kiefer Sutherland, and Phoebe Cates. A disillusioned young writer living in New York City turns to drugs and drinking to block out the memories of his dead mother and estranged wife.

‘The Brothers’ (2001): Starring Morris Chestnut, Shemar Moore, and D.L. Hughley. Four friends begin to question women and relationships when one of them announces impending nuptials.

‘Bruce Almighty’ (2003): Starring Jim Carrey, Jennifer Aniston, and Morgan Freeman. A guy who complains about God too often is given almighty powers to teach him how difficult it is to run the world.

‘The Butcher’s Wife’ (1991): Starring Demi Moore, Jeff Daniels, and George Dzundza. A clairvoyant woman meets and marries a man because she believes he’s literally the man of her dreams.

‘Candyman 2: Farewell to the Flesh’ (1995): Starring Tony Todd, Kelly Rowan, and William O’Leary. The Candyman arrives in New Orleans and sets his sights on a young woman whose family was ruined by the immortal killer years before.

‘Cast Away’ (2000): Starring Tom Hanks, Helen Hunt, and Paul Sanchez. A FedEx executive must transform himself physically and emotionally to survive a crash landing on a deserted island.

‘Cheech and Chong’s Next Movie’ (1980): Starring Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, and Evelyn Guerrero. The two stoners and their friends go through another series of crazy, drug-influenced misadventures.

‘Chinatown’ (1974): Starring Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, and John Huston. A private detective hired to expose an adulterer finds himself caught up in a web of deceit, corruption and murder.

‘Chinese Zodiac’ (2012): Starring Jackie Chan, Sang-woo Kwone, and Xingtong Yao. A man searches the world for a set of mystic artifacts—12 bronze heads of the animals from the Chinese zodiac.

‘D.A.R.Y.L.’ (1985): Starring Beth Hurt, Michael McKean, and Kathryn Walker. A family takes in a young, lost boy who has no memories of who he is or where he came from. Soon they begin to realize he has some very special abilities.

‘Deep Impact’ (1998): Starring Robert Duvall, Tea Leoni, and Elijah Wood. Unless a comet can be destroyed before colliding with Earth, only those allowed into shelters will survive. Which people will survive?

‘Dirty Dancing’ (1987): Starring Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey, and Jerry Orbach. Spending the summer in a holiday camp with her family, Frances “Baby” Houseman falls in love with the camp’s dance instructor Johnny Castle.

‘Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights’ (2004): Starring Diego Luna, Romola Garai, and Sela Ward. In 1958, American teenager Katey moves to Havana, Cuba with her family, where she meets and falls for Javier, a local teenager and hotel waiter. Javier and Katey develop a friendship as he teaches her how to dance.

‘Election’ (1999): Starring Matthew Broderick, Reese Witherspoon, and Chris Klein. A high school teacher’s personal life becomes complicated as he works with students during the school elections.

‘Enough’ (2002): Starring Jennifer Lopez, Billy Campbell, and Tessa Allen. On the run from an abusive husband, a young mother begins to train herself to fight back.

‘The Evening Star’ (1996): Starring Shirley MacLaine, Bill Paxton, and Juliette Lewis. After the death of her daughter, Aurora struggles to keep her family together.

‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’ (1998): Starring Johnny Depp, Benicio Del Toro, and Tobey Maguire. An oddball journalist and his psychopathic lawyer travel to Las Vegas for a series of psychedelic escapades.

‘Footloose’ (1984): Starring Kevin Bacon, John Lithgow, and Lori Singer. A city teenager moves to a small town where rock music and dancing have been banned, and his rebellious spirit shakes up the populace.

‘Fort Bliss’ (2014): Starring Michelle Monaghan, Emmanuelle Chriqui, and Pablo Schreiber. After returning home from an extended tour in Afghanistan, a decorated U.S. Army medic and single mother struggles to rebuild her relationship with her young son.

‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ (1994): Starring Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, and James Fleet. Over the course of five social occasions, a committed bachelor must consider the notion that he may have discovered love.

‘Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell’ (1974): Starring Peter Cushing, Shane Briant, and Madeline Smith. In the last of Hammer’s original Frankenstein films, the Baron seeks refuge in an insane asylum where he may continue his experiments.

‘The French Connection’ (1971): Starring Gene Hackman, Roy Scheider, and Fernando Rey. A pair of NYC cops in the Narcotics Bureau stumble onto a drug smuggling job with a French connection.

‘Fried Green Tomatoes’ (1991): Starring Jessica Tandy, Kathy Bates, and Mary Stuart Masterson. A housewife who is unhappy with her life befriends an old lady in a nursing home and is enthralled by the tales she tells of people she used to know.

‘Friends’ Complete Series: Starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow. The lives, loves, and misadventures of six friends living in New York City are traced over the course of 10 hilarious seasons.

‘From the Rough’ (2013): Starring Taraji P. Henson, Tom Felton, and Michael Clarke Duncan. Dr. Catana Starks made history as the first woman and the first African American woman to coach a men’s college golf team.

‘Get Low’ (2009): Starring Robert Duvall, Bill Murray, and Sissy Spacek. A movie spun out of equal parts folk tale, fable and real-life legend about the mysterious 1930s Tennessee hermit who famously threw his own rollicking funeral party … while he was still alive.

‘Get Shorty’ (1995): Starring John Travolta, Danny DeVito, and Gene Hackman. A mobster travels to Hollywood to collect a debt and discovers that the movie business is much the same as his current job.

‘Ghost’ (1990): Starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, and Whoopi Goldberg. After being killed during a botched mugging, a man’s love for his partner enables him to remain on earth as a ghost.

‘The Hero of Color City’ (2014): Starring Christina Ricci, Craig Ferguson, and Rosie Perez. A diverse band of crayons strive to protect not only their magical multihued homeland but the imagination of children everywhere from a terrifying monster.

‘I.Q.’ (1994): Starring Tim Robbins, Meg Ryan, and Walter Matthau. Albert Einstein helps a young man who’s in love with Einstein’s niece to catch her attention by pretending temporarily to be a great physicist.

‘Identity’ (2003): Starring John Cusack, Ray Liotta, and Amanda Peet. Stranded at a desolate Nevada motel during a nasty rain-storm, ten strangers become acquainted with each other when they realize that they’re being killed off one by one.

‘In Harm’s Way’ (1965): Starring John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, and Patricia Neal. A naval officer reprimanded after Pearl Harbor is later promoted to rear admiral and gets a second chance to prove himself against the Japanese.

‘Insomnia’ (2002): Starring Al Pacino, Robin Williams, and Hilary Swank. Two Los Angeles homicide detectives are dispatched to a northern town where the sun doesn’t set to investigate the methodical murder of a local teen.

‘Jarhead 2: Field of Fire’ (2014): Starring Daniel Coetzer, Amr El-Bayoumi, and Jesse Garcia. A disillusioned Corporal is sent on a mission to lead troops to resupply an outpost on the outskirts of Taliban-controlled territory.

‘Jeepers Creepers’ (2001): Starring Justin Long, Gina Philips, and Jonathan Breck. A brother and sister driving home for spring break encounter a flesh-eating creature in the isolated countryside that is on the last day of its ritualistic eating spree.

‘Jeepers Creepers 2’ (2003): Starring Jonathan Breck, Ray Wise, and Nicki Aycox. Set a few days after the original, a championship basketball team’s bus is attacked by The Creeper, the winged, flesh-eating terror, on the last day of his 23-day feeding frenzy.

‘Kangaroo Jack’ (2003): Starring Jerry O’Connell, Anthony Anderson, and Estella Warren. Two childhood friends, a New York hairstylist and a would-be musician, get caught up with the mob and are forced to deliver $50,000 to Australia, but things go haywire when the money is lost to a wild kangaroo.

‘The Kite Runner’ (2007): Starring Shaun Toub, Khalid Abdalla, and Atossa Leoni. After spending years in California, Amir returns to his homeland in Afghanistan to help his old friend Hassan, whose son is in trouble.

‘The Ladies Man’ (2000): Starring Tim Meadows, Karyn Parsons, and Billy Dee Williams. The Saturday Night Live character gets a big screen treatment.

‘Lassie’ (2005): Starring Peter O’Toole, Samantha Morton, and John Lynch. A family in financial crisis is forced to sell Lassie, their beloved dog. Hundreds of miles away from her true family, Lassie escapes and sets out on a journey home.

‘The Machinist’ (2004): Starring Christian Bale, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and John Sharlan. An industrial worker who hasn’t slept in a year begins to doubt his own sanity.

‘Marathon Man’ (1976): Starring Dustin Hoffman, Laurence Olivier, and Roy Scheider. A graduate history student is unwittingly caught in the middle of an international conspiracy involving stolen diamonds, an exiled Nazi war criminal, and a rogue government agent.

‘Marty’ (1955): Starring Ernest Borgnine, Betsy Blair, and Esther Minciotti. A middle-aged butcher and a school teacher who have given up on the idea of love, meet at a dance and fall in love.

‘Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.’ (2013): Starring Fred Tatasciore, Clancy Brown, and Seth Green. The Incredible Hulk teams up with Red Hulk, She-Hulk, Skaar, and Rick Jones aka A-Bomb to battle the forces of evil in front of cameras for Rick’s web-based series to show the Hulk is more hero than monster.

‘Mean Girls’ (2004): Starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, and Tina Fey. Cady Heron is a hit with The Plastics, the A-list girl clique at her new school, until she makes the mistake of falling for Aaron Samuels, the ex-boyfriend of alpha Plastic Regina George.

‘Mental’ (2012): Starring Liev Schreiber, Toni Collette, and Caroline Goodall. A charismatic, crazy hothead transforms a family’s life when she becomes the nanny of five girls whose mother has cracked from her husband’s political ambitions and his infidelity.

‘The Mod Squad’ (1999): Starring Claire Danes, Giovanni Ribisi, and Omar Epps. Three delinquent minors get recruited by a cop to go undercover and help bust a crime ring.

‘Moonstruck’ (1987) Starring Nicolas Cage, Cher, and Vincent Gardenia. Loretta Castorini, a book keeper from Brooklyn, New York, finds herself in a difficult situation when she falls for the brother of the man she agreed to marry (the best friend of her late husband who died seven years previously).

‘Mr. Deeds’ (2002): Starring Adam Sandler, Winona Ryder, and Peter Gallagher. A sweet-natured, small-town guy inherits a controlling stake in a media conglomerate and begins to do business his way.

‘Mr. Mom’ (1983): Starring Michael Keaton, Teri Garr, and Fred Koehler. After he’s laid off, a husband switches roles with his wife. She returns to the workforce and he becomes a stay-at-home dad—a job he has no clue how to do.

‘Murder by Numbers’ (2002): Starring Sandra Bullock, Ryan Gosling, and Michael Pitt. Two gifted high school students execute a “perfect” murder—then become engaged in an intellectual contest with a seasoned homicide detective.

‘Mystic Pizza’ (1988): Starring Annabeth Gish, Julia Roberts, and Lili Taylor. Three teenage girls come of age while working at a pizza parlor in the Connecticut town of Mystic.

‘Mystic River’ (2003): Starring Tim Robbins, Sean Penn, and Kevin Bacon. With a childhood tragedy that overshadowed their lives, three men are reunited by circumstance when one loses a daughter.

‘New Hope’ (2012): Starring Ben Davies, Samuel Davis, and Dodie Brown. High school senior Michael (the son of a preacher and a Christian) is the new guy in a small town still reeling from a high school basketball star’s unforeseen suicide of a year ago.

‘Notting Hill’ (1999): Starring Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts, and Hugh Bonneville. The life of a simple bookshop owner changes when he meets the most famous film star in the world.

‘The Odd Couple’ (1968): Starring Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, and John Fiedler. Two friends try sharing an apartment, but their ideas of housekeeping and lifestyles are as different as night and day.

‘Only the Lonely’ (1991): Starring John Candy, Maureen O’Hara, and Ally Sheedy. A Chicago cop must balance loyalty to his overbearing mother and a relationship with a shy funeral home worker.

‘Patriot Games’ (1992): Starring Harrison Ford, Anne Archer, and Patrick Bergin. When CIA Analyst Jack Ryan interferes with an IRA assassination, a renegade faction targets him and his family for revenge.

‘Pee-wee’s Big Adventure’ (1985): Starring Paul Reubens, Elizabeth Daily, and Mark Holton. When eccentric man-child Pee-wee Herman gets his beloved bike stolen in broad daylight, he sets out across the U.S. on the adventure of his life.

‘The Quiet Man’ (1952): Starring John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara, and Barry Fitzgerald. A retired American boxer returns to the village where he was born in Ireland, where he finds love.

‘The Ref’ (1994): Starring Denis Leary, Kevin Spacey, and Judy Davis. A cat burglar is forced to take a bickering, dysfunctional family hostage on Christmas Eve.

‘Regarding Henry’ (1991): Starring Harrison Ford, Annette Bening, and Bill Nunn. After surviving a shooting, Henry tries to recover his memories, speech, and mobility with the help of his loving wife and daughter.

‘The Road to El Dorado’ (2000): Starring Kenneth Branagh, Kevin Kline, and Rosie Perez. Two swindlers get their hands on a map to the fabled city of gold, El Dorado.

‘RoboCop’ (1987): Starring Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, and Dan O’Herlihy. In a dystopic and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories.

‘RoboCop 2’ (1990): Starring Peter Weller, Belinda Bauer, and John Glover. A corrupt businesswoman seeks to disable Robocop in favor of her own model of cyborg.

‘The Running Man’ (1987): Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Conchita Alonso, and Jesse Ventura. A wrongly convicted man must try to survive a public execution gauntlet staged as a game show.

‘Sabrina’ (1995): Starring Harrison Ford, Julia Ormond, and Greg Kinnear. An ugly duckling having undergone a remarkable change, still harbors feelings for her crush: a carefree playboy, but not before his business-focused brother has something to say about it.

‘Shall We Dance?’ (2004): Starring Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, and Jennifer Lopez. A romantic comedy where a bored, overworked Estate Lawyer, upon first sight of a beautiful instructor, signs up for ballroom dancing lessons.

‘Shining Through’ (1992): Starring Michael Douglas, Melanie Griffith, and Liam Neeson. An American woman of Irish, Jewish-German parentage goes undercover in Nazi Germany.

‘Snatch’ (2000): Starring Brad Pitt, Jason Statham, and Benicio Del Toro. Unscrupulous boxing promoters, violent bookmakers, a Russian gangster, incompetent amateur robbers, and supposedly Jewish jewelers fight to track down a priceless stolen diamond.

‘Son of God’ (2014): Starring Diogo Morgado, Greg Hicks, and Adrian Schiller. The life story of Jesus is told from his humble birth through his teachings, crucifixion and ultimate resurrection.

‘Soul Plane’ (2004): Starring Tom Arnold, Kevin Hart, and Method Man. Things get raucously funny aboard the maiden flight of a black-owned airline, thanks to some last-minute passenger additions.

‘Spy Kids’ (2001): Starring Antonia Banderas, Carla Gugino, and Alexa Vega. The children of secret-agent parents must save them from danger.

‘Stephen King’s Thinner’ (1996): Starring Robert John Burke, Joe Mantegna, and Lucinda Jenney. A lawyer is cursed by a gypsy to lose weight … and lose weight … and lose weight…

‘Sunset Boulevard’ (1950): Starring William Holden, Gloria Swanson, and Erich von Stroheim. A hack screenwriter writes a screenplay for a former silent-film star who has faded into Hollywood obscurity.

‘Swingers’ (1996): Starring Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, and Ron Livingston. Wannabe actors become regulars in the stylish neo-lounge scene; Trent teaches his friend Mike the unwritten rules of the scene.

‘Taking Lives’ (2004): Starring Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke, and Kiefer Sutherland. An FBI profiler is called in by French Canadian police to catch a serial killer who takes on the identity of each new victim.

‘To Be Takei’ (2014): A look at the many roles played by eclectic 77-year-old actor/activist George Takei, whose wit, humor and grace have helped him to become an internationally beloved figure and Internet phenomenon with seven million Facebook fans and counting.

‘To Kill a Man’ (2014): Starring Daniel Candia, Daniel Antivilo, and Alejandra Yanez. A working class man who, tired of being the victim of criminals, decides to take justice in his own hands.

‘Tooth and Nail’ (2007): Starring Michael Madsen, Vinnie Jones, and Rider Strong. A group of people in a post-apocalyptic world fight to survive against a band of vicious cannibals.

‘Undertow’ (2004): Starring Jamie Bell, Josh Lucas, and Dermot Mulroney. Following the death of his wife, a man moves with his two sons to a rural pig farm where they begin leading an increasingly reclusive life.

‘Uptown Girls’ (2003): Starring Brittany Murphy, Dakota Fanning, and Marley Shelton. A grown-up woman, who kept her childish instincts and behavior, starts working as a nanny of a 8-year-old girl, who actually acts like an adult. But in the end everything turns to its right places.

‘Valkyrie’ (2008): Starring Tom Cruise, Kenneth Branagh, and Bill Nighy. A dramatization of the July 20 assassination and political coup plot by desperate renegade German Army officers against Hitler during World War II.

‘Venom’ (2005): Starring Agnes Bruckner, Jonathan Jackson, and Laura Ramsey. A pack of teenagers run for their lives through the swamps of Louisiana, as they are chased by Mr. Jangles, a man possessed by 13 evil souls who is relentless in his pursuit of new victims.

‘The War of the Worlds’ (1953): Starring Gene Barry, Ann Robinson, and Les Tremayne. The film adaptation of the H.G.Wells story told on radio of the invasion of Earth by Martians.

‘Water’ (2005): Starring Lisa Ray, Sarala, and Seema Biswas. The film examines the plight of a group of widows forced into poverty at a temple in the holy city of Varanasi. It focuses on a relationship between one of the widows, who wants to escape the social restrictions imposed on widows, and a man who is from the highest caste and a follower of Mahatma Gandhi.

‘Wayne’s World 2’ (1993): Starring Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, and Christopher Walken. The inseparable duo try to organize a rock concert while Wayne must fend off a record producer who has an eye for his girlfriend.

‘Welcome to the Jungle’ (2013): Starring Adam Brody, Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Rob Huebel. A company retreat on a tropical island goes terribly awry.

‘The Whole Nine Yards’ (2000): Starring Bruce Willis, Matthew Perry, and Rosanna Arquette. Nick is a struggling dentist in Canada. A new neighbor moves in, and he discovers that it is Jimmy “The Tulip” Teduski. His wife convinces him to go to Chicago and inform the mob boss who wants Jimmy dead.

‘The Yes Men’ (2003): Anti-corporate activists travel from conference to conference, impersonating member of the World Trade Organization.

‘Young Mr. Lincoln’ (1939): Starring Henry Fonda, Alice Brady, and Marjorie Weaver. A fictionalized account of the early life of the American president as a young lawyer facing his greatest court case.

January 3

‘Copenhagen’ (2014): Starring Baard Owe, Frederikke Dahl Hansen, and Gethin Anthony. When the girl of your dreams is half your age, it’s time to grow up.

‘A Five Star Life’ (2013): Starring Stefano Accorsi, Henry Arnold, and Eirik Bar. A 40-something luxury hotel inspector pursues fulfilling romance and success as she travels to some of the most beautiful destinations in the world.

‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ (2014): Starring Chris Pine, Keira Knightley, and Kevin Costner. Jack Ryan, as a young covert CIA analyst, uncovers a Russian plot to crash the U.S. economy with a terrorist attack.

‘What is Cinema?’ (2013): Oscar-winning director Chuck Workman explores what some of the greatest filmmakers in history have accomplished through cinema, using the words of legendary directors from Alfred Hitchcock to David Lynch.

‘White Collar’ Season 5 (2013): Starring Matt Bomer, Tim DeKay, and Willie Garson. A white collar criminal agrees to help the FBI catch other white collar criminals using his expertise as an art and securities thief, counterfeiter, and conman.

January 4

‘Falcon Rising’ (2014): Starring Neal McDonough, Michael Jai White, and Laila Ali. Chapman is an ex-marine in Brazil’s slums, battling the yakuza outfit who attacked his sister and left her for dead.

January 7

‘Brick Mansions’ (2014): Starring Paul Walker, David Belle, and RZA. An undercover Detroit cop navigates a dangerous neighborhood that’s surrounded by a containment wall with the help of an ex-con in order to bring down a crime lord and his plot to devastate the entire city.

January 8

‘Frank’ (2014): Starring Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Jon, a young wanna-be musician, discovers he’s bitten off more than he can chew when he joins an eccentric pop band led by the mysterious and enigmatic Frank.

‘Psych’ Season 8 (2014): Starring James Roday, Dule Hill, and Timothy Omundson. A novice sleuth is hired by the police after he cons them into thinking he has psychic powers which help solve crimes. With the assistance of his reluctant best friend, the duo take on a series of complicated cases.

January 9

‘Z Nation’ Season 1 (2014): Starring Kellita Smith, DJ Qualls, and Keith Allan. Three years after the zombie virus has gutted the country, a team of everyday heroes must transport the only known survivor of the plague from New York to California, where the last functioning viral lab waits for his blood.

January 13

‘Being Human’ Season 4 (2014): Starring Sam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, and Sam Huntington. Three 20-somethings share a house and try to live a normal life despite being a ghost, a werewolf, and a vampire.

January 15

‘Wolfblood’ Season 3 (2014): Starring Bobby Lockwood, Kedar Williams-Stirling, and Louisa Connolly-Burnham. Three teenagers can trust no one as it could reveal their secret.

January 16

‘The Adventures of Puss in Boots’ Season 1 (2015): The charming Puss in Boots from the ‘Shrek’ series goes on a series of his own animated adventures in this spinoff series.

‘The Fall’ Season 2 (2015): Starring Gillian Anderson, Jamie Dornan, and John Lynch. A psychological thriller that follows a serial killer in Belfast and a Detective Superintendent from MET who’s tasked with catching him.

‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’ (2011): Starring Gary Oldman, Tom Hardy, and Colin Firth. In the bleak days of the Cold War, espionage veteran George Smiley is forced from semi-retirement to uncover a Soviet agent within MI6.

January 28

‘Beauty and the Beast’ Season 2 (2014): Starring Kristin Kreuk, Jay Ryan, and Nina Lisandrello. Detective Catherine Chandler struggles to cope with shocking revelations about her family while navigating her relationship with a Doctor who turns into a beast when he is angered.

‘Chef’ (2014): Starring Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jr., and Scarlett Johansson. A chef who loses his restaurant job starts up a food truck in an effort to reclaim his creative promise, while piecing back together his estranged family

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