❉ Daniel Marner on two films book-ending a fertile period for director Joseph Losey.
❉ Daniel Marner reviews a new film exploring the alchemy that created ‘Alien’.
❉ Tarantino has called this his most personal film and it’s easy to see why, writes Daniel Marner.
❉ Nobody did it better or had more fun than William Castle, the PT Barnum of celluloid shock.
❉ DOA has existed in a pirate-video limbo for several decades now, and to finally see it cleaned up on Blu-Ray is a wonderful thing, writes Daniel Marner.
❉ Emerging onto Blu Ray for the very first time David Weisman and John Palmer’s Ciao! Manhattan is an odd, fragmentary, fitfully impressive patchwork quilt of a movie.
❉ If you have never seen a full-fat Godard-Gorin joint before prepare to be…. Baffled? Bored? Attacked? Shell-shocked? Annoyed? Outraged?
❉ As Iggy Pop hits 70, we celebrate one of his most remarkable performances.
❉ A book about growing up in the dark side of the 70s with the darkest, most inappropriate pop culture ever.
❉ “Cinema like this must be FELT as well as witnessed.” We report back from the BFI’s exclusive media preview of the restoration of Abel Gance’s silent epic, out this month.