The rise and fall of subversive late-night programming at The Festival Of Fantastic Films.
A limited-edition collection of increasingly strong and adventurous Imperial Stouts with a horror movie theme – what’s not to like?
A horror film performed live via video conferencing that has more ambition than scares.
Tradition and revenge in the wild west of modern Poland.
An impressively old-school yet very modern crime thriller that keeps you guessing throughout its many twists and turns.
A quiet, cynical and darkly humorous look at Ukrainian life and hopeless dreams of escape that feels both alien and entirely relatable.
A new documentary makes a valiant but ultimately futile attempt to posit Talk Talk as music’s lost artistic geniuses – without any help from the band.
Britain’s biggest horror film festival falls victim to the expanding Covid crisis.
A rare cinematic celebration of the king of the melodrama, Tod Slaughter.
The Doc ‘n’ Roll Festival is now underway. We’ve picked on a few highlights and outliers from the programme to investigate, and here are the
November 2019 sees the return of both the Doc ‘n’ Roll music documentary festival and the London Korean Film Festival.
Nottingham’s long-running horror and cult film festival returns.