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.
Digging into the shock announcement of this decade’s Sight and Sound Greatest Film poll winner.
This year’s Midland cult film festival includes ghostly cats, deranged birds and bloodthirsty unicorns.
Akira Kurosawa’s action movie masterpiece remains one of the most thrilling movie experiences ever made.
Looking back at the much-loved British horror film director and his remarkable body of work.
Sidney Bernstein’s documentary of concentration camp footage and the reconstructed version of the long-suppressed film.
A generational culture clash between the old and new wave in this French crime masterpiece.
Edited, reshot, reconstructed and rearranged, the 1925 version of Gaston Leroux‘s gothic shocker remains the best.
The vintage children’s TV science fiction show from the 1970s.
The BBC horror anthology serial is more interesting than the poor production values and theatrical performances make it seem.
A rare document of the culture clash between the straights and the freaks.
The classic and literary BBC sci-fi series from the 1960s.