Digging into the experimental underground horrors of one of the most unsettling films of the 1970s.
A once-lost, now beloved British short that is perhaps not quite the masterpiece that some would claim.
A pair of 1974 AIP shockers get a UK cinema release with the ugliest movie poster of all time.
George Romero’s ‘lost’ film shows us a horrific vision of old age – but loses the point in a rather laboured attempt at metaphorical provocation.
Remembering the great photographer and filmmaker, whose radical satirical films are still ignored by cult movie fans and distributors alike.
The trials and tribulations in seeking out the lost and the forgotten for the sake of completism.
The sinister and creepy 1976 home movie from the man behind The Wrong Trousers.
The curious rediscovery of films once thought to be lost – or possibly to have never even existed.
PornHub’s colorisation project is probably not the vintage erotica restoration that we need.
Edited, reshot, reconstructed and rearranged, the 1925 version of Gaston Leroux‘s gothic shocker remains the best.
The great lost film of modern British cinema emerges into the light.
You can watch Franco’s long-lost and very loose Poe adaptation online free – but not for long!