This week, spy thriller Traitor is released on to shiny disc and equally shiny Blu-Ray.
The pic sees Don Cheadle as Samir Horn, a former US Special Ops soldier accused of turning to the other side of the war against terror.
Soon the FBI's Roy Clayton (Guy Pearce) is hunting him down, but what's really going on?
The twisty treat got us thinking about traitors in the movies - either played as "gotcha" plot reveals or as inevitable betrayals by dodgy types.
Watch out for this lot - and be aware of spoilers for any of the movies you may not have seen...
The Film: The Passion Of The Christ (2004)
The Traitor: Judas Iscariot (Luca Lionello)
Who Do They Betray? Jesus Christ (James Caviezel)
Surely the most famous traitor in history, Judas' tale is one of the oldest ever written about and is brought to life by Mel Gibson in his bloody biblical epic.
After a payment of 30 pieces of silver (such an iconic transaction that it's become shorthand for treachery throughout the years), apostle Judas betrays Jesus to the local temple guards with a peck on the cheek and ruins Easter for him.
Comeuppance? Well, after being taunted by demons for ages (a little detail added by Gibbo since it doesn't appear in the gospels), Judas commits suicide and we're led to believe he's flung into the deepest level of Hell.
So, er, yes, he does suffer.