Looking back at Sam Fuller’s much-misunderstood, long withdrawn study of racism and rehabilitation.
The director of Onibaba and Kuroneko explores a bleak tale of isolation and quiet despair.
The film version of Thomas Tyron’s bestseller has been unfairly overlooked by horror fans but the subtle chills still work today.
Continuing our crime month with a look at Henri-Georges Clouzot’s lightweight murder mystery shot during the German occupation of France.
Continuing our crime movie season with a look back at what is perhaps the most outrageously delirious Japanese underworld film ever made.
Michael Cimino’s redneck heist movie feels like a Roger Corman film with bigger stars and less social commentary.
Cult cinema, desperate film hipsters, moral hypocrites and the joys of death – Hal Ashby’s oddball movie explores and exposes more than you might think.
Peter Watkins’ Vietnam-era study of protest, politics and punishment remains timely, but it’s too much in love with sloganeering to win over hearts and minds.
The collision of commercial and independent cinema in the cult 1970s vampire movie Ganja and Hess.