Literature’s great refusenik remains as ambiguous as ever – the everyman protestor who rebels of all stripes feel represents them.
The film version of the post-hippy reinterpretation of the Passion of the Christ tries hard but is ultimately hamstrung by the terrible, terrible songs.
Akira Kurosawa’s action movie masterpiece remains one of the most thrilling movie experiences ever made.
Testing out whether low or no alcohol beer and bubbly can ever compete with the real thing.
One of the cult classics of the early 1980s fails to live up to the promise of its own imagery and outlandishly tasteless premise.
The first in our occasional series looking at the post-Bond spy movies that emerged in the 1960s is a lovely ‘accidental spy’ romp with Dirk Bogarde and Sylva Koscina.
The sedate pleasures of the rock album cover jigsaw puzzle.
The classic modern noir of the 1990s remains one of the most inventive and provocative movies of the decade.
An eccentric slice of cinematic cannibalism, as obscure and unfinished films are chopped, changed and rendered incoherent in a portmanteau of pointlessness.
Exploring the luminous world of low-cost supermarket absinthe, brewed in Poland.
Sidney Bernstein’s documentary of concentration camp footage and the reconstructed version of the long-suppressed film.
The scariest film of the last decade, apparently – but does Host live up to the claims that it is the horror film we all need for the Covid Age?