The best films on TV today: Wednesday, 3 June

The Bank Job, The Love Witch, You're Next.

There are astute romcoms, lesser know thrillers and grindhouse horrors on offer as TopFilmTip brings you the best films on TV for today: Wednesday, 3 June.

Some films may require a Sky subscription.

Under assumed identity, Jimmy Stewart plans vengeance on sadistic and unknown gun trader in hand shooting wonder The Man From Laramie 2:55pm Film4

Insecure masseuse's perception of new boyfriend is skewed on realising he is her client's ex in delightful James Gandolfini romcom Enough Said 7:10pm Film4

Miserable millionaire's life becomes psychological hell of clowns, keys and chaos in David Fincher's enigmatic thriller The Game 9:00pm Sky Atlantic

Wily bike courier Joseph Gordon Levitt tears round New York evading crooks and cops in frenetic fixed-frame macguffin hunting fun Premium Rush 9:00pm Sony Movies

A poster for period thriller The Bank Job. (Lionsgate)

Jason Statham stars when a 1970’s heist goes really right then really wrong in feisty heisty true cockney caper The Bank Job 9:00pm Film4

FO-game-player single handedly saves boxing president from monument-circumcising Koreans in ballistic thriller Olympus Has Fallen 9:00pm 5 Star

Juxtaposed morally flexible cops Nic Cage and Elijah Wood plan heist of crook’s treasure trove in angst inducing thriller The Trust 10:45pm Sony Movies Action

Family gathering in remote manor is attacked by anonymous assailants in brain-blending, skull-busting synthy grindhouse You're Next 10:50pm Horror Channel

American actor Chris Sarandon and British actor Roddy McDowall on the set of Fright Night, written and directed by Tom Holland. (Photo by Columbia Pictures/Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images)

Suspecting neighbour is vicious vampire, teenager wields water, wood and crucifixes against him in gooey, 80's-cool fun Fright Night 00:45am Horror Channel

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 1:20am Film4

Everything new on streaming in June:

Netflix UK: June’s new releases

NOW TV and Sky Cinema: June’s new releases

Amazon Prime Video UK: June's new releases

Disney+ UK: June's new releases