This 1960s culture-clash social commentary comedy is never quite sure of what it wants to be.
An oddball novelty number cashing in on the huge success of the Fab Four.
There is more to the work of Walter Sickert than current deluded conspiracy theories, as an exhibition at Tate Britain shows.
A film lover’s arguments against the dubious pleasures of the movie-going experience.
Frank Zappa’s notoriously self-indulgent film and the long-banned stage show version of it.
The film version of the post-hippy reinterpretation of the Passion of the Christ tries hard but is ultimately hamstrung by the terrible, terrible songs.
A curious musical performed for car workers and written By Britain’s library music maestro.
A horror film performed live via video conferencing that has more ambition than scares.
Probing the wonders and frustrations of The Residents’ Cube-E Box extravaganza.
John Cassavetes and Gena Rowland create a study of fear, guilt and personal horror.
Scotland’s proposed new law goes far beyond hate speech and sets out to silence all debate, discussion and criticism of protected groups.
The BBC horror anthology serial is more interesting than the poor production values and theatrical performances make it seem.