❉ Essential viewing for anyone with an interest in that decade of Hollywood Babylon when boobs were big, voices were squeaky, women were objects and brains were avulsed by tractor trailers.
❉ As Rodney Cromwell prepares to release ‘Rodney’s English Disco’ EP, we premiere ‘Barbed Wire’.
❉ This year’s highlights included the U.K premiere of ‘King Cohen’, Paddy Considine’s second directorial effort and Harry Dean Stanton’s last film.
❉ We chat with award-winning director Sean Breathnach about his debut feature film.
❉ We’re asking, they’re answering. This week, the ‘Mayor’ of Scarfolk. For more information, please re-read.
❉ ‘Messiah of Evil’ falls somewhere between arthouse and grindhouse, early George Romero and late Mario Bava…
❉ Bowie’s queer sensibility is most closely associated with his music, but how did it manifest in his film career?
❉ This week: Two get lost in a maze of pop culture.
❉ Harry Dean Stanton, the veteran American actor who ballasted generations of independent and cult films, has died aged 91
❉ Nothing is at it seems in this esoteric, enigmatic Brit indie flick.