The legendary actor’s personal archive is saved for the nation.
The sort-of official, sort-of opportunist sequel to Paul Verhoeven’s cult classic is an extraordinary work of outsider cinema.
Odd theatrical pairings from the golden age of the British movie double bill.
As part of our new occasional series in which we defend the indefensible, David Flint explains why Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls is a masterpiece.
Jess Franco’s take on the popular witchfinder genre of the early 1970s pulls in many of his own obsessions and stylistic ideas, resulting in a film that is very much a unique piece of erotic horror.
A bizarre, one of a kind slice of outsider horror cinema from the 1970s.