❉ We revive the spirit of BBC2’s fondly remembered Sunday night film series ‘Moviedrome’, this week ‘Blue Is The Warmest Colour’.
❉ A film about two quirky friends who became unlikely hip hop legends by shaping the genre and breaking the biggest rap artists ever.
❉ We continue our ‘found footage’ retrospective with ’84 Charlie MoPic’. Out in the jungle, a mission goes horribly wrong…
❉ We Are Cult revives the spirit of BBC2’s fondly remembered Sunday night film series ‘Moviedrome’. This week, fact meets fiction in British heist flick ‘The Bank Job’ starring Jason Statham and Saffron Burrows.
❉An appreciation of ‘My Neighbour Totoro’, the heart-warming 1988 cult film from anime giant Studio Ghibli.
❉ We review the first two titles in this exciting new series, ‘Martin’ and ‘Theatre of Blood’.
❉ The first genuine ‘found footage’ film, and one so convincing that some people still believe it’s real.
❉ How the cinematic left-hook of the British New Wave created a cultural earthquake, with its raw, brutal realism.
❉ Hell’s angels, frogs and Beryl Reid! A gang of bikers come back from the dead, and proceed to wreak havoc in suburban supermarkets.
❉ Eureka Entertainment to release Anthony Mann’s psychological revenge saga of Shakespearean proportions starring James Stewart.