Films in English!
Here you will find a diverse collection of movies and films in English from every era of movie production. Scan through the most recently added or navigate by genre on the menu on the right side of the screen.
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Update: As there are many internet streaming sites available, the EnglishCaddy Cinema collection will be shifting from feature length films to short films in order to highlight the gems in this underrated genre.
(2017) The year is A.D. 1084. The place, England. As the Norman invasion of Wales continues to the southern border, two Saxon farmers journey into a dark forest only mentioned in whispers. In pursuit of a wild boar, what they find instead is a presence much more sinister.
(2015) The Unexpected Consequence of a One-Night Stand - Prego, tells the story of Emily (Katie Vincent), a young woman confronting a one-night stand (Taso Mikroulis) with the revelation that she's pregnant. Things go from bad to worse when Emily discovers that Mark is not an ideal father figure. (Subtitles Available)
(2013) Alone. Alone is what this man is. Years after the world ended and the human race perished; this is the only man left standing. How did he survive? What caused the outbreak? We don't know. No one does. This short film gives you an inside look on what the only man left alive does on a day-to-day basis, what he does to survive, kill time, and keep himself sane.
(2011) The Tale of the Three Brothers is a fairy tale told to wizard children. Supposedly written by Beedle the Bard, it is published as part of a series of works that collectively are called The Tales of Beedle the Bard. While most wizards view this story as one that teaches children morals (e.g. humility, wisdom, etc.), some believe that the story refers to the Deathly Hallows, three highly powerful magical artefacts coveted by generations of wizards, and the three Peverell brothers who first obtained them. 'The Tale of the Three Brothers' also has a different variation, referring to the twilight as midnight to make it more suspenseful for the entertainment of children, but in Dumbledore's original copy of The Tales of Beedle the Bard it refers to the journey taking place at twilight.