Odd coincidence or a twisted joke? You decide.
This week, Noah Brown’s cartoon miscreant gets creative.
The Seventies remake of King Kong has been much maligned over the years. We make the case for the defence.
The newly-made follow-up – in name only – to the notorious Video Nasty is not an enjoyable viewing experience.
F.W. Murnau’s interpretation of the classic moral fable cops out at the end but remains a fascinating study of idealism gone wrong.
Revisiting the classic 1939 version of the much-filmed murder-mystery story.
The classic fantasy film of the 1940s remains as wonderful and engaging now as it ever was.
Continuing our Hammer Films retrospective with a look at the folk horror science fiction classic.
Continuing our Halloween Hammer Horror exploration with a look at one of the company’s lesser-known titles from their early ventures into the gothic.
Our series of Hammer Horror film reviews for the Halloween season begins with their radical reinterpretation of the most moribund series in the Universal Monster canon.
The cult underground cartoon of the 1960s that paired two pop culture icons – and the various sequels and remakes that followed.
The most notorious shockumentary of the 1970s gets an unexpected Hollywood makeover.