❉ Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor recall working with “a truly great man.”
❉ A brutal, witty, slice of social realism that deconstructs Thatcherism, identity and the notion of society.
❉ Vital, brutal, intensely focused, and ravishing to the eye, this is as bold as literary inspired film-making can get.
❉ Nothing short of spectacular, the Coen brothers crafted one of the best noir thrillers to come out of Hollywood.
❉ This week, a true piece of cinematic Americana that still inspires awe.
❉ Tony Scott’s high-octane mashup of The Conversation and The Parallax View is one of the late director’s best films.
❉ A collection of essential films from one of the greats of cinema.
❉ The definitive version of Fritz Lang’s silent, sci-fi masterpiece.
❉ A horror film for adults, grounded in the uncomfortable reality of ordinary people doing unspeakable things.
❉ Nick Clement presents his assessments of cinematic gems and cult oddities. This week, Noel Marshall’s berserk wildlife “film” Roar.