❉ One of the most memorable and enduring British films of its era.
❉ A key British film of the Thatcher-era that still packs a punch.
❉ An overlooked, Nazi-punching gem, lost in 1991’s battle of the box office.
❉ A wild, outlandish, audacious explosion of ideas, genres, tones and possibilities.
❉ Italian director Luchino Visconti ‘s last film makes its DVD debut.
❉ The Hill is a true product of its time, and yet still totally relevant and exciting.
❉ A collection of pop art prints inspired by 1960s music movies.
❉ Fangs for the mammaries: The first time I tasted the blood of Dracula.
❉ Decadence and Deviance in the Doll House.
❉ These two films tell us everything we need to know about Scorsese then and now.