One of the grimmest movie experiences of recent years re-examined.
The pioneering and popular British science fiction TV series that has become lost in time and space.
Taking a look at one of the less beloved films in a surprisingly busy sub-genre.
A vital and varied collection of salacious, sinister and silly trad-jazz tunes from the legendary raconteur.
Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni star in an epic tale of love and obsession.
The Seventies remake of King Kong has been much maligned over the years. We make the case for the defence.
Looking back at Sam Fuller’s much-misunderstood, long withdrawn study of racism and rehabilitation.
One of the clumsiest horror films of the 1980s, notable only for its ludicrously bad special effects, is re-examined.
The Afrofuturist and socio-politically revolutionary film is never less than fascinating in its image of an alternative world – but also labours the point a bit too much.
Marianne Ihlen, Leonard Cohen and the child that was left to his own devices in a bohemian, free and easy society in the 1960s.
An arrestingly minimalist and slow-paced look at architecture, nature and the nature of the outsider.
George Romero’s ‘lost’ film shows us a horrific vision of old age – but loses the point in a rather laboured attempt at metaphorical provocation.