The director of Onibaba and Kuroneko explores a bleak tale of isolation and quiet despair.
The author narrates a 1956 radio drama based on his classic novel Brave New World.
A quiet, cynical and darkly humorous look at Ukrainian life and hopeless dreams of escape that feels both alien and entirely relatable.
John Cassavetes and Gena Rowland create a study of fear, guilt and personal horror.
Alan Bleasdale’s black comedy is a rare jewel from the worst era of British cinema.
George Romero’s first film after Dawn of the Dead was an ambitious attempt to break free of the horror straitjacket.
Karyn Kusama’s plodding paranoid religious cult thriller is an example of more being decidedly less.
Re-examing the bleakest teen sex comedy of the 1980s.
Banned, ignored and forgotten – one of the most powerful films of the 1960s deserves its long-overdue reassessment.
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