Continuing our festival previews with a look at Sean Hogan’s relentlessly creepy slice of Folk Horror.
A once-lost, now beloved British short that is perhaps not quite the masterpiece that some would claim.
The British censorship board’s new price reduction scheme is not as generous as they would have you believe.
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.