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Science Fiction and Fantasy
The story of a scientist driven mad by an invisibility potion, this is a ground-breaking adaptation of the classic story by writer HG Wells. The film follows the increasingly demented Jack Griffin on a rampage through an English village as he searches for a cure for the invisibility he himself has created. The police, Griffin's girlfriend, and his fellow scientists race to capture the Invisible Man - and the results, while often imitated, have never been bettered. PLEASE BE AWARE: After ordering The Invisible Man you may receive a disc marked as being a 12 certificate however, this relates to the extra features on the DVD and not the film itself, which is certified with the BBFC as a PG. Into FIlm has consulted the BBFC, and their guidance is that as long as a club leader screens only the film (and not the additional features or audio commentaries etc), The Invisible Man can be treated as a PG certificate in a school setting.
A supposed curse that is leading to the death of the Baskerville family at the paws of a ghostly dog requires the sleuthing skills of Sherlock Holmes.
11–16 years 77 mins
Terrifying adaptation of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson novel about a scientist who becomes addicted to potion that transforms him into a monster.
11+ years 98 mins
Based on Mary Shelley's classic Gothic horror novel about a misunderstood monster hounded through Transylvania's foggy graveyards.
11+ years 68 mins
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