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.
Exploring a new, long overdue biography of Britain’s most barnstorming horror film villain.
Forget the awful Christmas movies that are TV staples these days, and instead enjoy some seasonal cheer and festive misery with these classics.
Vittorio De Sica’s ever-timely tale of the bottom rung of society being crushed by the pressures of life – and the love of a man for his dog – remains an emotional punch to the guts.