The short-lived effort by the British censors to give “morbid and horrible” films their own restrictive adults-only category.
Looking back at one of the great lost figures of classic horror cinema.
The classic era of the Hollywood publicity machine’s efforts to make Valentine’s Day as glamorous as it could be.
The unexpectedly charming travelogue by the world’s most notorious photojournalist.
The classic fantasy film of the 1940s remains as wonderful and engaging now as it ever was.
Continuing our crime month with a look at a trio of early British films based on the novels by the master of the genre.
Continuing our crime month with a look at Henri-Georges Clouzot’s lightweight murder mystery shot during the German occupation of France.
Our crime movie series continues with a look at the classic, pioneering police procedural that spawned a popular TV series.
The revolutionary feminist erotica of the noted writer and Henry Miller contemporary.
Looking back at the short series of underrated and provocative films that Boris Karloff made for Columbia Pictures at the start of the 1940s.
Sidney Bernstein’s documentary of concentration camp footage and the reconstructed version of the long-suppressed film.
A collection of vintage hygiene films that now seem more relevant than ever.