The unexpected pleasures of the 1984 sci-fi zombie classic, where girls kick ass and go shopping, and no one is trying to establish their right-on credentials in the process.
The criminally underrated female-led pop sounds of the 1970s explored in an essential collection.
Michael Cimino’s redneck heist movie feels like a Roger Corman film with bigger stars and less social commentary.
The costliest, strongest and most unnerving of all Czech absinths examined.
A generational culture clash between the old and new wave in this French crime masterpiece.
A steampunk fantasy of filmmaking, mystery and charm.
The 1978 collision of science fiction, body horror and conspiracy thriller is as potent an experience now as it ever was.
Exploring the intersections of traditional burlesque, performance art and classic striptease, and just how far it is all removed from the modern, uptight burlesque scene.
A transitional album for the British folk-rock pioneers now comes in a posh expanded edition.
Cult cinema, desperate film hipsters, moral hypocrites and the joys of death – Hal Ashby’s oddball movie explores and exposes more than you might think.