An eerie Italian psychological thriller starring Vanessa Redgrave and Franco Nero, out now from MGM's MOD line
The troubled life of "outsider musician" and cult figure Wild Man Fischer, who died earlier this year.
Mike Sutton takes a look at the new Studiocanal special edition of Francis Ford Coppola's brilliant thriller....
Michael Muhammad Knight's 2003 novel on Islamist punks gets a big screen adaptation.
Regional portraits of 'the cradle of industry'.
A century of folk customs and ancient rural games.
Death Bell marks the migration of South Korean director Chang from music video to feature film. Mark reviews this Terracotta release....
Arrowdrome! invite us to a Eurohorror tale of resurrection and revenge.
Martin Scorsese's two-part, four-hour masterclass on Italian cinema, on DVD from Mr Bongo.
Before Porky's and Debbie Does Dallas there were The Cheerleaders...
Blood. Limbs. A psycho with a chainsaw. And jazzercise!
Homosexuality in Hollywood - and some parts of Europe.
Gene Barry is a secret agent posing as a lounge singer in this tale of international intrigue
The Victorian gothic-horror anime draws to an apocalyptic conclusion.
Second Run invite us to experience the Portuguese summertime.
An absolute charm of a documentary, taking us into the world of amateur auteur Daniel Burmeister.
Spain is increasingly flexing its muscle as a veritable hotbed of horror film creativity; can Shiver help it continue its stampede?...
More Pink Eiga, for those of you suffering from withdrawal symptoms. ...
The life of a political boss, played by John Payne, is tracked in this fifties noir drama written by Dalton Trumbo
Monte Hellman's first feature in twenty-one years, and it's a good 'un.
Jayne Mansfield makes film history. But mostly she just makes a bad film.