5 Dec 2013
Alexander Payne returns with an inter-generational road movie.
4 Dec 2013
This Ain't California (2013)
A documentary about skateboarding in East Germany in the 1980s? California, it certainly ain't.
1 Dec 2013
Kill Your Darlings (2013)
A murder that started a literary movement: the beat generation of loved, loathed and banned writers.
23 Nov 2013
Shackled (Belenggu, 2012)
Murder most foul with the potential perpetrator possibly a deranged bipedal bunny, in Upi's distinct surrealist crime horror film.
23 Nov 2013
Tokyo Fist (1995)
An early feature from Shinya Tsukamoto is reissued, restored to its gory glory. Is this the best boxing film of all time?
20 Nov 2013
The Artist and the Model (El artista y la modelo, 2012)
Art and relationships develop in a time of war in Fernando Trueba's delightful yet dramatic black and white film
12 Nov 2013
After Dracula: The 1930s Horror Film by Alison Peirse
Forget horror porn and slasher movies, the horror film was hugely popular in the 1930s.
25 Oct 2013
Hitchcock and the Making of Marnie by Tony Lee Moral
Perhaps Hitchcock's most controversial film, this detailed book explores how Marnie was made.
20 Oct 2013
Trevor Howard Box Set
A collection of five films featuring Trevor Howard in a variety of roles that are different, engaging and still offer plenty to watch
18 Oct 2013
Writing and Selling Thriller Screenplays by Lucy V. Hay
The thriller is a hugely popular genre and has been for decades. Here's a guide showing you how to write and sell your own screenplay.
14 Oct 2013
See You Tomorrow, Everyone (Minna san, Sayonara )
Growing up is never easy, especially when you can't face leaving your community. Can life can become a piece of cake for Satoru?
13 Oct 2013
A savage yet absorbing drama from Ki-duk Kim.
12 Oct 2013
The Wicker Man (1973... 2013)
A classic Seventies British horror, forty years on, restored as nature intended, harvest willing.
10 Oct 2013
Breaker one-nine, this here's the Rubber Duck and his buddies reissued uncut 35 years after intial release.
7 Oct 2013
London Film Festival 2013 Preview
Hannah Patterson previews this year's London Film Festival highlights.
6 Oct 2013
Fairy Tale Killer (Zui hung 2012)
Serial murder thriller with a distinct and bizzare edge in Danny Pang's crime drama.
3 Oct 2013
In post WWII Japan, the occupying US forces need to determine the fate of Emperor Hirohito.
30 Sep 2013
Thanks for Sharing (2013)
Stuart Blumberg, who wrote the screenplay for The Kids Are Alright, has turned his hand to directing.
28 Sep 2013
Sake-Bomb (2013) and Shady (2012)
Laughs and gasps and double trouble in these two Japanese films.
26 Sep 2013
Anime by Colin Odell and Michelle Le Blanc
Nathanael Smith reviews the Anime Kamera Book.
18 Sep 2013
A documentary following the life and works of arguably the world's most famous scientist.
15 Sep 2013
A René Clément Retrospective
A look at the work of René Clément, one of cinema's under appreciated directors, as some of his films are given wider releases.
11 Sep 2013
Formula One racing, crashes, injuries and rivalry in the lives of two racing legends, James Hunt and Niki Lauda.
8 Sep 2013
Eyes of the Spider and Serpent's Path (Kumo no Hitomi and Hebi no Michi )
A double bill of films from Kiyoshi Kurosawa. Should you watch them together? They were made together...
5 Sep 2013
Ain't Them Bodies Saints (2013)
Crime conflicts with family needs in this languid drama.
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