Searching through TV schedules can be a formidable task sometimes. We’ve picked some of the best films on TV this week so you can easily plan your movie nights.
This week sees a great mix of classics and some new favourites on Freeview. We recommend Upgrade, Misery, Baby Driver, and The Terminator – enjoy!
Monday 15 March – 9:00pm – Film4
Grey, a technophobe, suffers paralysis and loses his wife during an attack. But when a billionaire hands him a chip in his body that restores his mobility, he sets out to get vengeance.
Masters of the Universe
Tuesday 16 March – 6:50pm – Film4
Skeletor wants the cosmic key as he wants to be powerful and take over the world. He-Man and company must save the world from Skeletor and free Sorceress, who is Skeletor’s prisoner.
Bridge to Terabithia
Tuesday 16 March – 7:10pm – Sony Movies
A rich city girl, Leslie, and a poor country boy, Jess, create Terabithia, a land of magical beings, and become its rulers. This helps Jess to escape and cope with a tragedy.
Tuesday 16 March – 9:00pm – Film4
Teddy Walker is a successful salesman whose life takes an unexpected turn when he accidentally blows up his place of employment. Forced to attend night school to get his GED, Teddy soon finds himself dealing with a group of misfit students, his former high school nemesis and a feisty teacher who doesn’t think he’s too bright.
Wednesday 17 March – 9:00pm – Film4
A best-selling novelist is on his way home after completing his latest book when he meets with a car accident. He is rescued by an obsessed fan, only to discover that he is her prisoner.
Wednesday 17 March – 9:00pm – E4
Ajax, a twisted scientist, experiments on Wade Wilson, a mercenary, to cure him of cancer and give him healing powers. However, the experiment leaves Wade disfigured and he decides to exact revenge.
Wednesday 17 March – 10:00pm – Sony Movies
The rough-hewn boss (Nicolas Cage) of a lumber crew courts trouble when he steps in to protect the youngest member (Tye Sheridan) of his team from an abusive father.
My Feral Heart
Thursday 18 March – 9:00pm – BBC Four
After his mother passes away, Luke, a young man with Down syndrome, is forced to move into a care home. After sneaking out of the house to explore the countryside, he meets a young woman who gives him hope and purpose.
Thursday 18 March – 11:05pm – Film4
After her release from the prison, Tanya realises that her sister is in love. However, suspicious of her sister’s boyfriend she sets out to investigate him.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
Friday 19 March – 9:00pm – Horror Channel
When Elisabeta commits suicide, an enraged Vlad Dracula swears to avenge her death. Things take a turn when he meets Mina and takes her to be the reincarnation of Elisabeta.
Friday 19 March – 9:00pm – 5Star
A cyborg assassin is sent back in time to kill Sarah, a waitress, in a bid to stop her son who will wage a long war against his enemy in the future unless the course of history is altered.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Friday 19 March – 9:00pm – E4
A young boy named Jake discovers a house full of children with supernatural powers run by Miss Peregrine. Soon, he must help protect their home from terrifying enemies called Hollowgasts.
Friday 19 March – 9:00pm – Sony Movies
Doc forces Baby, a former getaway driver, to partake in a heist, threatening to hurt his girlfriend if he refuses. But the plan goes awry when their arms dealers turn out to be undercover officers.