Rise of the Footsoldier

Rise of the Footsoldier is a British crime film released on 7 September 2007. It is based on the true story of the 1995  Rettendon murders and the autobiography of Carlton Leach, a football hooligan of the notorious Inter City Firm (ICF) who became a powerful figure of the English underworld.

Carlton remains one of the most respected figures from the infamous days of terrace warfare. 

Big Fat Gypsy Gangster - Official Movie Trailer

A fast moving, star studded, roller coaster ride of violence, madness and mayhem in this gritty British crime film. Bulla is the 'Big Fat Gypsy Gangster', labelled the most dangerous man in Britain. After serving 16 years at her majesty's pleasure, Bulla is out on the streets again, but things start to go wrong from the moment he steps out and finds that he's lost everything on the outside world. 

A cult classic that holds it weight against any of the British greats of both crime & comedy. 

Confessions Of A Cockney Gangster

Villains, Gangsters or `Faces` as they prefer to be called are the men, gang and family members that have been making newspaper headlines for all the wrong reasons (or right, depending on either your relationship or opinion) over the past 50 years.

By far one of the best documentaries on the subject,  

Prairie Flower: Danny O'Halloran on the Kray Twins

Prairie Flower is a play written and performed by Ryan Simms, son of Danny O'Halloran - an old school career criminal governed by a moral code. 

One of the most unique and talented approaches on the life and times of proper people and the lives of those that lived around them. 

The Wee Man Official Trailer - HD

THE WEE MAN is written and directed by Ray Burdis (LOVE, HONOUR AND OBEY), producer of THE KRAYS, and is based on the extraordinary and well-documented life-story of the reformed Glaswegian gangster Paul Ferris. The film charts the way in which Paul was bullied as a child, and whose road to crime came as a reaction against the monsters of his youth.

Very few can equal Paul Ferris on that all important word, commonly used but rarely lived by - INTEGRITY!

Layer Cake

Layer Cake (also occasionally stylised as L4YER CAKƐ) is a 2004 British crime film directed by Matthew Vaughn, in his directorial debut.


The film's plot revolves around a Loindon - based criminal known as XXXX, played by Danial Craig, working in the trade of cocaine who wishes to leave the drug business.