❉ Take a trip down some of the lesser-known, uncharted byways of sixties British cinema.
❉ Nick Clement presents his assessments of cinematic gems and cult oddities. This week, two lost souls search for meaning in their broken lives.
❉ Maison Rouge will specialise in Euro Sleaze and Black House Films will focus on Euro Horror.
❉ Fritz Lang’s visually ambitious, cinematic allegory starring Lil Dagover and Bernhard Goetzke.
❉ Nick Clement presents his assessments of cinematic gems and cult oddities. This week, Tony Scott’s undervalued pièce de résistance.
❉ Jean Rollin’s lysergic fever dream combines magical feminism, paganism, eroticism, Sadean satire… and vampires!
❉ An appreciation of George Pal’s film, one of the cornerstones of “Steampunk”, released during the height of the nuclear arms race.
❉ Benedict who? Take a voyage to Trip Out City with the late 1970s incarnation of Marvel’s Sorcerer Supreme.
❉ This week, Nick Clement revisits an underrated gem that remains as thought provoking now as it did when it first came out.
❉ Tarkovsky’s penultimate feature film is about faith, madness and frustrated dreams.