Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni star in an epic tale of love and obsession.
The birth of Amicus horror – a stumbling but charming multi-story fright film with an eccentric cast and rather familiar narratives.
Let Brian Matthew introduce you to the last word in weekend sartorial style.
A new, semi-regular collection of obscure cult classics to enjoy in their entirety kicks off with this 1960s splattery shocker.
Marianne Ihlen, Leonard Cohen and the child that was left to his own devices in a bohemian, free and easy society in the 1960s.
The enhanced Mayhem screening of the Japanese classic is an interesting reinterpretation of the film.
The director of Onibaba and Kuroneko explores a bleak tale of isolation and quiet despair.
Anatomical education, morbid fascination and comic strip inspiration – the iconic model kits of the Sixties continue to be a fascinating and unique creation.
Remembering the great photographer and filmmaker, whose radical satirical films are still ignored by cult movie fans and distributors alike.
From Toi, ma nuit to Sexualis ’95 – the story of a strange novel that mixes nihilism and hedonism into a very 1960s French study of obsession and ennui.
A handful of unexpectedly dramatic and creative films warning of the danger of railroad tracks for workers and the public alike.
A collection of fascinating and unusual advertising from the business end of the film industry.