1970s occultism meets sexploitation – but also looks forward to the female-led Wiccan world of today.
One man’s mission to watch, review or simply acknowledge the existence of the endless number of zero-budget British horror films made – so far – during the 21st Century.
Brewdog once again shows that there is no need to pay for advertising when the self-proclaimed authority can be conned into doing the job for you.
Our annual guide to the weird world of posing nude for charity.
This week, Noah Brown’s cartoon miscreant gets creative.
The Seventies remake of King Kong has been much maligned over the years. We make the case for the defence.
Isn’t it time we scrapped the four-decade-old Video Recordings Act and allowed an even playing field between physical media, streaming services and TV broadcasters?
Digging into the shock announcement of this decade’s Sight and Sound Greatest Film poll winner.
Thoughts from 2012 on ‘the greatest films of all time’ and the odd outliers of the Sight and Sound poll that year as we await the 2022 results.
“An apex predator… high on cocaine… out of its mind.”
Looking back at Sam Fuller’s much-misunderstood, long withdrawn study of racism and rehabilitation.
Noah Brown’s miscreant rebel returns for another battle with the mundane.