❉ We go inside The Wicker Man – one of the most iconic British films ever made, and an apex of the folk horror genre.
❉ Laura Mayne reviews an accessible, nuanced study of Stephen Frears’ films, from anti-establishment to establishment.
❉ Nick Clement presents his assessments of cinematic gems and cult oddities. This week, we revisit a festive action classic.
❉ Hsitorical epic on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK in a special Dual-format edition.
❉ We conclude our odyssey of oddities through Philippe Garrel’s allegorical mindfuck of sand, fire and ice…
❉ “How did they ever make a movie of Lolita?” The story of how Stanley Kubrick brought Nabokov’s controversial novel to the big screen.
❉ Unravelling Phillipe Garrel’s painterly film ‘The Inner Scar’ starring Nico as his muse.
❉ German Film pioneer Eward André Dupont makes his Masters of Cinema debut with perhaps his finest film.
❉ Peccadillo Pictures’ latest release follows four gay men as they navigate life during one sublime night in Philadelphia.
❉ A newly restored version of the award winning French drama, ‘Indochine’, will be released on January 2, plus selected Cine Lumiere screenings.