If you go down in the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise – this high-concept monster movie is the most shamelessly fun film to come along in ages.
James Nguyen’s trash trilogy reaches the final (for now) instalment – but will it be third time unlucky or is the outsider magic still there?
A film lover’s arguments against the dubious pleasures of the movie-going experience.
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 cult underground cartoon of the 1960s that paired two pop culture icons – and the various sequels and remakes that followed.
These swash-buckling epics represent the last gasp of ambitious adult cinema.
The global dominance of culturally, spiritually dead and obscenely overblown cinema, crushing everything else underfoot, is nothing to celebrate.
A collection of cheap but cheerful short sci-fi and horror romps.
If your clothes don’t actually exist in physical form, is there any point in wearing them?
The X-Rated parody genre heads in ever more strange and unusual directions.