The Levelling

Available to watch for £10

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.

Berlin Syndrome

Watch from Friday 9th June for £10

Available to watch the same day as it's released in cinemas, this tense thriller is not to be missed. The drama begins in (you guessed it) the German capital, where a night of passion between travelling photojournalist Clare and local man Andi takes a sinister turn when Clare awakes to find herself locked in her new-found acquaintance's apartment.

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.