Jasmine Trinca’s tale of narcissism, mother and daughter bonding and a road trip gone bad is not exactly fun but is nevertheless oddly rewarding.
The director of Onibaba and Kuroneko explores a bleak tale of isolation and quiet despair.
A stiff-lipped melodrama in which the famed musician becomes chummy with a small boy – it was a more innocent time in 1965.
The pioneering and influential space travel silent classic is a mixed bag of melodrama and innovation.
Everybody knows that Airplane! was based on a pioneering 1957 disaster movie – but it’s far from being the only other version of that story.
Continuing our crime film month with a look at a stilted but fascinating theatrical mystery that was Ralph Richardson’s sole directorial effort.
Continuing our look at Hammer Films with their curious hybrid of historical biopic and gothic horror from 1966.
The Swedish band’s irresistible collision of Satanic Metal and kitsch pop reaches the peak of perfection.
The George Cukor and Joseph Strick directed all-star melodrama is a kitsch disaster that fans of the accidentally ludicrous may find very much to their taste.
Looking back at the short series of underrated and provocative films that Boris Karloff made for Columbia Pictures at the start of the 1940s.
Two ultra-kitsch drag queen classics from the golden age of underground cinema.
A rare cinematic celebration of the king of the melodrama, Tod Slaughter.