Continuing our crime month with a look at a trio of early British films based on the novels by the master of the genre.
Noirvember: The Flying Scot
Continuing our crime month with a look at one of the great unsung classics of the British B-movie.
Noirvember: The House Across The Lake
A pre-gothic Hammer Films crime melodrama that is better than you might expect.
Like An Opera Version Of Tosca: The Crazy World Of Richard Driscoll
The remarkable career of Britain’s most notorious filmmaker explored.
Desperate Hours: The Nihilistic Genius Of French Noir Classe Tous Risques
A generational culture clash between the old and new wave in this French crime masterpiece.
Bobby BeauSoleil Sets His Art Free
With his own freedom a dwindling hope, the artist and musician releases his work for open hi-res download.
The Screen-Printed Cult Movie Art of Squadra Merli
Exploring a new collection of hand-crafted cult movie art prints from Jonny Redman’s Squadra Merli.
The Long Riders And Last Days Of The Western
The first classic from the last days of the Western.
Nacho Vidal And The Curse Of The Toad’s Venom
Spain’s biggest porn star faces psychedelic manslaughter charges – but this is just the latest chapter in a lively career.
Claire Denis And Bastards
The always-controversial director’s nihilistic neo-noir reassessed.
Adventures In Chemistry – A Warning To The Curious
Bruce Barnard does this so that you don’t have to.
Reinventing The Weimar Republic: Babylon Berlin
The complex and ambitious political German noir TV series is both ambitious and frustrating.