The unexpectedly popular 1980s horror compilation might be almost forgotten today, but it still packs a punch.
A collection of above-average made-for-TV movies from the 1970s.
Fans of shoot-ups, fist-fights and general on-screen chaos now have their very own film festival.
Sex, crime and double-crosses galore in the classic 1994 neo-noir.
Continuing our crime cinema series with an unexpectedly gritty and twisted British B-movie thriller from the 1960s.
Setting the scene for our month of Film Noir reviews – and explaining why we are refusing to take a narrow view of just what ‘noir’ is.
Steven Spielberg’s debut feature, and the Richard Matheson short story that it is based on, remain masterclasses in paranoid terror.
An impressively old-school yet very modern crime thriller that keeps you guessing throughout its many twists and turns.
The unlikely Chinese remake of the Coen Brothers’ noir classic is better than you may have been led to believe.
A rare cinematic celebration of the king of the melodrama, Tod Slaughter.
Karyn Kusama’s plodding paranoid religious cult thriller is an example of more being decidedly less.