F.W. Murnau’s interpretation of the classic moral fable cops out at the end but remains a fascinating study of idealism gone wrong.
Looking back at the achingly pretentious, yet unquestionably brilliant album by the Icelandic experimenters.
The long-awaited get-together of the classic horror stars of yesteryear still leaves a bit of a bitter taste thanks to a plot twist that is a slap in the face for the viewer.
Our Hammer Films retrospective continues with a look at a classic vinyl horror story, with Christopher Lee making his final Dracula appearance for the company.
Continuing our Hammer Horror season with a look at one of their more esoteric and delirious studies of gothic insanity.
Continuing our Hammer retrospective with a look at what might be the studio’s most underrated film, one hamstrung by tradition and expectation.
Continuing our Hammer Horror retrospective with a look at their impressive reinvention of a moribund genre.
Continuing our look at Hammer Horror with the classic, peerless first entry in their Dracula series.
Continuing our Halloween month of Hammer Horror with their often-misunderstood take on the Countess Bathory legend.
Continuing our Halloween-month exploration of Hammer Horror with the company’s sole Sherlock Holmes adaptation.
The often-derided 1973 two-part TV adaptation of the classic story is more interesting than critics give it credit for.
Vincent Price stars in a Poe-flavoured adaptation of Guy de Maupassant’s The Horla.