This week we take you on a cinematic journey from axe fighting 'Indians' to Tarantino inspiring spaghetti, darkly sharp satire to historical exploration, yeast obsessed Sam Rockwell to heart breaking tales of honey and celebrity serial killers to alcoholic actors in this weeks Top 10 films on TV.
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Axe fighting sprinting enthusiast Daniel Day-Lewis is caught between the evil English and the face-sexing French but still manages to find love in Michael Mann's epic THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS at 10:45pm on 5USA.
A desert dirty, coffin dragging, machine gunning revenger battles bandits and bigots alike in the iconic, influential and blood drenched classic DJANGO at 9pm on MovieMix.
Hapless, inept terrorists fail to overcome Zionist spark plugs and a clash of ideologies in Chris Morris’s obsidian satire FOUR LIONS at 9pm on Film4.
Moral introspection wracks Mossad assassins who are sent to kill terrorists in a vengeance seeking, identity questioning true story from Steven Spielberg MUNICH at 11:05pm on BBC1.
Yeast lord Sam Rockwell fights for freedom while riding an rocket launching, flying moose and a young author discovers his book has been plagiarised by famous fantasy writer Jemaine Clement's in Jerad Hess's marmite, misfit comedy GENTLEMEN BRONCOS at 10:40pm on Film4.
Worry grows as innocent young boy awaits his father’s return from the family's forest Honey farm. Breath-taking, calm and heartbreaking minimalist drama BAL plays at 11am on Film4.
Mass murdering sociopathic lovers draw mass media attention in Quentin Tarantino and Oliver Stone's brutal study of the vicarious nature of violence in NATURAL BORN KILLERS at 11:35pm on ITV4.
Pay your respects to the late, great Richard Griffiths when a pair of destitute thespians indulge in self-pity, Camberwell carrots and booze in Bruce Robinson's plastic bag lamenting, scrubber screaming unparalleled comedy WITHNAIL & I at 00:20am on Film4.