❉ “A work like McCabe and Mrs. Miller feels nearly impossible to contemplate being made today”.
❉ Fast Times At Ridgemont High is as honest, fresh and funny as it was a generation ago.
❉ Alice Lowe’s vicious, vicarious, visceral comedy horror. Mild spoilers.
❉ A wistful coming of age story, an ode to the inherent power of movie magic, and a spirited shout-out to old-school showmanship.
❉ Nudity, covens, blood and breasts!
❉ Umberto Lenzi’s stylish giallo, with a strong score from Ennio Morricone.
❉ A book with a difference for cult film afficionados.
❉ Nick Clement presents his assessments of cinematic gems and cult oddities.
❉ The passing of time hasn’t mellowed the impact of Alan Clarke’s 1987 film.
❉ An appreciation of Sir Roger Moore’s cult classic.