Dirty God

Free films on Freesat this week

From Good Will Hunting to the premiere of Flint, our picks this week are varied so there's something for everyone. Why not plan ahead? Record your favourite films from this list so you’ve always got something ready for you to watch when the mood strikes.


Night Train to Lisbon 

Monday 30th November, Sony Movies, 6.50pm 

Night Train to Lisbon

After stumbling across an intriguing book, a lecturer abandons his straitlaced lifestyle and travels to Lisbon in search of the mysterious author. Night Train to Lisbon stars Jeremy Irons and Charlotte Rampling

Flint, Premiere

Tuesday 1st December, BBC Scotland, 10pm 

The premiere of Flint is coming to BBC Scotland on Tuesday 1st December. It's a documentary filmed over five years exploring the untold story of the man-made disaster that continues to haunt America, and it's narrated by Alec Baldwin


Tuesday 1st December, 5STAR, 9pm 


The comic-book sci-fi thriller adaptation stars Malin Akerman and Billy Crudup, and follows the story of outlawed superheroes investigating a murder where they uncover a terrifying conspiracy. 

Good Will Hunting 

Wednesday 2nd December, 5STAR, 10pm 

Good will hunting

Will Hunting (Matt Damon), a genius in mathematics, but when he faces an emotional crisis, he takes help from psychiatrist Dr Sean Maguireto (Robin Williams), who helps him recover. 

Dirty God  

Saturday 5th December, BBC Two, 10pm  

Dirty god

The victim of an acid attack returns to her mother's home to take over her maternal duties but faces a range of reactions to her facial disfigurement. 

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein 

Sunday 6th December, Horror Channel, 9pm 

Mary Shelleys Frankenstein

Robert De Niro and Kenneth Branagh star in Mary Shelley's classic tale of a horrifying but complex, intelligent creature brought to life, then abandoned by its creator. 

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