The problems in adapting a complex story for the screen laid bare in John Irvin’s messy, compromised version of Peter Straub’s magnificent novel.
The self-importance – and actual importance – of the rock critic, and why collections of old rock star interviews still have value.
Savouring the hugely impressive chocolate, caramel biscuit porter from the craft beer favourites.
Peter Cushing’s secret shame is a more interesting film than most people might expect.
The disco-rock miscreants return with an album of other people’s songs that offers nothing new to the original versions.
The maverick director’s collision of style, slasher and psychedelia remains a seminal moment in American cinema.
Continuing our occasional series looking at the post-Bond spy movies that emerged in the 1960s with this classic ‘anti-Bond’ downbeat thriller that spawned its own franchise.
The mockumentary ghost story from 2009 has found a new audience – and new relevance in a world where no one knows what is real and what is fake.
Looking back at one of the pioneering moments in the Black Metal story.
An unexpectedly impressive gothic horror from the makers of Britain’s most daringly explicit softcore 8mm movies.
Steven Spielberg’s debut feature, and the Richard Matheson short story that it is based on, remain masterclasses in paranoid terror.
Continuing our occasional series looking at the post-Bond spy movies that emerged in the 1960s with a rather odd comedy-thriller from the Harry Alan Towers stable.