A handful of unexpectedly dramatic and creative films warning of the danger of railroad tracks for workers and the public alike.
The futuristic sounds of the distant past.
A cute 1950s examination of the world of the pin-up artist.
The exotic world of the late-night drinking den and non-stop exotic cabaret is explored in this classic Pathé News short.
The Universal monster cycle – and the series of films starring their only original creation, the Gill Man – ends with a whimper rather than a bang.
Everybody knows that Airplane! was based on a pioneering 1957 disaster movie – but it’s far from being the only other version of that story.
The classic era of the Hollywood publicity machine’s efforts to make Valentine’s Day as glamorous as it could be.
Sophia Loren was not the only woman to be upstaged by the extraordinary Mansfield body in 1957.
A glorious British Pathé News report on the new world of glamorous greeting cards featuring pin-up girls and exotic animals.
Continuing our crime cinema month with a look at a standard 1953 drama that becomes quintessential noir thanks to dialogue, characterisation and visual style.
Continuing our crime movie series with a look at a pre-Hammer Horror Terence Fisher lightweight crime romp that fails to thrill.
Continuing our crime film month with a look at a stilted but fascinating theatrical mystery that was Ralph Richardson’s sole directorial effort.