Sickbags at the ready as we delve further into the world of hypocritical, exploitative and sensationalist ‘self-improvement’ television.
A cynical slice of festive entertainment that will be as welcome as a lump of coal or a visit from the Krampus for most kids.
The most hated film of the 2010s now feels even more out of time than ever – but was it actually as awful as you have been told?
A psychedelic, conceptual study of nature and mystery from a unique and vital artist.
Two high-profile British trials in 2012 attempted to draw a line in the sand over what was acceptable sexual behaviour between consensual adults.
Examining a collection of Shudder Originals while pondering how the streaming revolution feels more like a return to the norm than a giant leap forward.
A crime investigation meets an incredibly strange creature in an oddly brilliant Argentinian curio.
The great lost film of modern British cinema emerges into the light.
The always-controversial director’s nihilistic neo-noir reassessed.
Ulrich Seidl’s controversial exploration of middle-aged lust and mutual exploitation re-examined.
Karyn Kusama’s plodding paranoid religious cult thriller is an example of more being decidedly less.