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The Purge: Anarchy is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
  • 13 Sins
    13 Sins

    Available until 31 Dec 2016

    Heavily in debt and with a pregnant fiancee, an autistic brother and an ailing father to care for, down-on-his-luck salesman Elliot (Mark Webber) is thrown an unusual lifeline. A mysterious phone caller offers him cash for completing thirteen challenges, each more difficult than the one before. However, should he fail one, he loses everything. As the stakes rise, Elliot must decide whether the risk is worth the reward. Ron Perlman is the detective drawn into Elliot's increasingly destructive game in this intriguing thriller from the director of The Last Exorcism.

  • Stephen King's A Good Marriage
    Stephen King's A Good Marriage

    Available until 30 Nov 2016

    Loving couple Darcy (Joan Allen) and Bob (Anthony LaPaglia) have been married for 25 years and appear extremely happy. However, when Bob goes off on business, Darcy innocently begins hunting around for a stash of chocolate. What she finds is the missing ID for a woman who was recently murdered by a serial killer. How does she react? Intriguing thriller based on a short story from horror master Stephen King.

  • Enemy
    Enemy

    Available until 31 Oct 2016

    Jake Gyllenhaal chillingly takes the double role of Adam Bell, an increasingly paranoid Toronto teacher who believes he's spotted in a film his exact doppelganger. An online search reveals the alleged twin is struggling actor Anthony Clair (also Gyllenhaal) living on the grim outskirts of the city. The darkly obsessed Adam then makes contact... and sets in train more mental anguish than he was prepared for. Haunting psychological thriller from Canadian director Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners).

  • Unfriended
    Unfriended

    Available until 06 Feb 2017

    A cyber-bullying victim who was driven to turn a gun on herself after a hounding on social media extracts a gruesome digital revenge when her malevolent spirit returns a year after her death. She literally pops up via Skype on the computer screens of the six high school buddies and manipulates their deaths one-by-one as the others look on in horror. Ingenious "cybernatural" thriller that unfolds through Google, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and BitTorrent.

  • The Shining
    The Shining

    Available until 30 Apr 2017

    Heeeeeeere's Johnny! Stanley Kubrick's terrifically creepy adaptation of the Stephen King novel finds novelist Jack Nicholson gradually losing the plot while spending a winter as the caretaker of a remote mountain hotel. The blood starts to run when his paranormally gifted son picks up on the opulent hideaway's evil past, while distraught wife Shelley Duvall discovers there's nowhere to hide from the madness.

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