Digging into the shock announcement of this decade’s Sight and Sound Greatest Film poll winner.
Tag: social realism
Noirvember: Walk A Tightrope
Continuing our crime cinema series with an unexpectedly gritty and twisted British B-movie thriller from the 1960s.
Deep In The Heart Of America: Tony Garnett’s Handgun Explored
The socially-conscious film producer’s uncomfortable take on US gun culture and the rape-revenge movie.
Host Story: The Hype And The Horror
The scariest film of the last decade, apparently – but does Host live up to the claims that it is the horror film we all need for the Covid Age?
It’s Grim Up North – Alan Bleasdale’s Unjustly Ignored No Surrender
Alan Bleasdale’s black comedy is a rare jewel from the worst era of British cinema.
Praise The Titanic – Reassessing A Notorious Cinematic Bomb
1980 film Raise the Titanic sunk without trace on release, but it far from the unmitigated disaster that many claim.