Williams

Available to watch for £8

After getting a sneak peek at this documentary, we've been excited for months – and it’s available to watch exclusively on Curzon Home Cinema on the same day as it’s released in cinemas.

Telling the extraordinary story of Formula One’s most celebrated family, the film features thrilling race footage and interviews with driving legends (including Jackie Stewart and Nigel Mansell) to paint a vivid picture of Sir Frank Williams’ rise to fame.

From the creation of his racing empire to the near-fatal car crash that threatened to end the team at the height of its success, no detail is spared – and we can’t recommend it highly enough.

The Handmaiden

Available to watch for £4.50

Oldboy director Park Chan-wook has delivered a damn-near-perfect masterpiece with this sumptuous melodrama, moving its source material (English author Sarah Waters' novel 'Fingersmith') to the beautiful setting of 1930s-era Korea.

A pickpocket is hired as a wealthy heiress' handmaiden as part of a plot to defraud her of her fortune, but when complications arise as love and lust take over, we're treated to a thrilling story full of twists that grip you every step of the way.

The Levelling

Available to watch for £4.50

With a star turn from Game of Thrones' Ellie Kendrick, this powerful drama set in Somerset has been receiving all sorts of praise. Following the mysterious passing of her brother, trainee vet Clover returns to her desecrated family home to confront unresolved family conflicts in order to get to the bottom of what happened.

I Am Not Your Negro

Watch from £4.50

Equal parts mesmerising and shocking, this Oscar-nominated documentary envisions the book that influencial writer James Baldwin never finished - a radical tale about race in America. Now, with narration from Samuel L. Jackson, we can see Baldwin's words envisioned on the big screen.

Prevenge

Watch from £4.50

Get ready for a British horror like no other. Alice Lowe writes, directs and stars as a pregnant woman on a killing spree - with her unborn child controlling her violent actions from the womb. If you like your comedy pitch black, look no further.