Remembering the king of low-budget, high-concept straight-to-supermarket British horror.
The pioneering and popular British science fiction TV series that has become lost in time and space.
Taking a look at one of the less beloved films in a surprisingly busy sub-genre.
1970s occultism meets sexploitation – but also looks forward to the female-led Wiccan world of today.
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.
It’s not just the cult indie labels who are releasing interesting collections on Blu-ray.
A stiff-lipped melodrama in which the famed musician becomes chummy with a small boy – it was a more innocent time in 1965.
Our new regular video series begins with a lengthy chat with the director of the newly re-released One for the Road.
The trials and tribulations in seeking out the lost and the forgotten for the sake of completism.
A pair of little-seen but brilliant short films that accompanied The Life of Brian in British cinemas.
The long-awaited get-together of the classic horror stars of yesteryear still leaves a bit of a bitter taste thanks to a plot twist that is a slap in the face for the viewer.
Witty, savage and tragic – Vincent Price as a tormented Shakespearian actor in possibly the finest British horror film of the 1970s.