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The best films to watch on UK TV today: Sunday, 1 November

Ben Dadds
·3-min read
The top TV film picks for Sunday 1 November. (Photo by Columbia Pictures/Getty Images. TriStar/Getty Images. De Laurentiis Entertainment Group/Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)
The top TV film picks for Sunday 1 November. (Photo by Columbia Pictures/Getty Images. TriStar/Getty Images. De Laurentiis Entertainment Group/Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

Choose from children’s treats, 80s nostalgia and aurally astonishing thrills as TopFilmTip brings you the best films on TV for Sunday 1 November.

Some films may require a Sky subscription.

Jack Frost, EasterBunny, Sandman, Santa and the Tooth Fairy must stop evil plot to destroy childhood wonder Rise of the Guardians 11:00am Film 4

Brainwashed by forest fairy, woodsman leads miniature militia against legitimate logging company in Avatar inspirer FernGully: The Last Rainforest 1:00pm Film 4

Multiple lives of a reincarnating pup trace the life lessons, loves and licks of cross section of society in feel good family fun A Dog's Purpose 2:35pm Film 4

Ex-radiohost orchestrates alien genocide whole Lebowski quoting robots resurrect mecha-dinos for fun Transformers: Age of Extinction 2:50pm Channel 4

Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell in a scene from the film 'Groundhog Day', directed by Harold Ramis, 1993. (Photo by Columbia Pictures/Getty Images)
Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell in a scene from the film 'Groundhog Day', directed by Harold Ramis, 1993. (Photo by Columbia Pictures/Getty Images)

Selfish journo's recurring day of hopelessness evolves into revelation of selflessness and love in Zen-like comedy Groundhog Day 2:55pm Dave

Appalling plunderer and r/evolutionary thinker vie for delicious dodo: prize pursuing fun The Pirates! In an Adventure With Scientists 3:10pm ITV2

As assassin rides into town, everyone has reason to believe they are the target in hammer-throwing-thriller No Name on the Bullet 3:25pm Paramount Network

Unwilling to compromise, duty bound sheriff hunts murderers to morally grey ground of obsession- deconstructionist western Lawman 3:55pm ITV4

Teen Dr Who duo air guitar through history in time traveling phone box to realise wisdom is knowing they know nothing Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure 4:30pm Sony Movies

Bill and Ted attended San Dimas High School in the first two movies. (Credit: Orion Pictures)
Bill and Ted attended San Dimas High School in the first two movies. (Credit: Orion Pictures)

Fearing abandonment, monstrous hotelier tries to instill seeds of terror in mixed-species grandson in family fun Hotel Transylvania 2 4:55pm ITV2

After 26 years trapped in boardgame, Robin Williams is freed by curious kids in carnivorous creature comedy adventure Jumanji 5:00pm COMEDY CENTRAL

V-flashing Bellas face sexually confusing German nemesi in password farting, aca-irreverent aca-feel-good aca-fun Pitch Perfect 2 6:45pm Film 4

Philip Seymour Hoffman and his eccentric friends chase cattle bemusing, father murdering tornadoes in meteorological fun Twister 7:00pm COMEDY CENTRAL

Super-heroics precipitate super-villainy in sick-sticking, ball-chomping, limb-loping anarchic OTT nominative hilarity Kick-Ass 2 9:00pm COMEDY CENTRAL

Stalked by aurally astute alien sentinels family sustain silent subsistence in shadow of death in nerve-shredding, soundscaping, disquieting thriller A Quiet Place 9:00pm Film 4

Watch: The trailer for A Quiet Place

Bat-poo-ed basemented CIA wallflower turns counterterrorist potty mouthed pugilist in flawlessly delivered character comedy Spy 9:00pm E4

Severed ear leads to gommorahic deconstruction of cinematic expectations / façade of society in sexually sadistic, surreal nightmarish neo noir Blue Velvet 10:45pm Film 4

Quick drawing snake hunter rescues missionaries from mortar slaughtering Burmese in lumpy chunky body blasting fun Rambo 11:15pm Paramount Network

American actor Kyle MacLachlan and Italian actress Isabella Rossellini on the set of Blue Velvet, written and directed by David Lynch. (Photo by De Laurentiis Entertainment Group/Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)
American actor Kyle MacLachlan and Italian actress Isabella Rossellini on the set of Blue Velvet, written and directed by David Lynch. (Photo by De Laurentiis Entertainment Group/Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

Confounded by her amnesia, woman must deduce the deceit from the trusted around her in intricate, twisted mystery Before I Go to Sleep 11:40pm Channel 4

Lovelorn sorceress uses her sex-magic to force affections of towns-men in exquisite love-letter to 70’s technicolor hammer-horror kitsch The Love Witch 1:10am Film 4

Watch: The trailer for Bill and Ted Face the Music