❉ Beautifully restored extravaganzas from underrated low budget maestro José Ramón Larraz.
❉ Time travelling A.I. and denim advocate Neil Breen returns to his native environment of the Nevada Desert to save the day by murdering 300 million people!
❉ Jonathan Sisson looks at the film which saw Breen’s cult popularity explode.
❉ Jonathan Sisson examines Breen’s most wildly undisciplined film, in the latest part of our feature.
❉ In first of a series on this completely bonkers filmmaker, we examine ‘Double Down’.
❉ Essential viewing for anyone with an interest in that decade of Hollywood Babylon when boobs were big, voices were squeaky, women were objects and brains were avulsed by tractor trailers.
❉ It is truly a time to celebrate! Xtro re-emerges from its cocoon to impregnate your face on a gloriously shiny new Blu-ray!
❉ Tony Zierra’s Filmworker examines Stanley Kubrick’s most loyal yet most overlooked ally.
❉ Ever find yourself lying awake in the wee hours inexplicably troubled by one question; when is an Ed Wood film not an Ed Wood film?
❉ ‘Messiah of Evil’ falls somewhere between arthouse and grindhouse, early George Romero and late Mario Bava…