❉ The middle chapter of Carpenter’s Apocalypse trilogy contains some of his most ambitious ideas as a writer.
❉ Luca Guadagnino’s take on Dario Argento’s masterpiece is a striking work that manages to perplex as much as it enthrals.
❉ John Carpenter’s most nakedly political film is is not just about politics but about the cynical nature of humanity itself, writes Iain Macleod.
❉ 1980 John Carpenter classic returns to cinema screens and home entertainment newly restored and looking better than ever.
❉ STUDIOCANAL have today launched a brand new trailer for the newly restored classics The Fog, They Live, Escape From New York and Prince Of Darkness.
❉ It is truly a time to celebrate! Xtro re-emerges from its cocoon to impregnate your face on a gloriously shiny new Blu-ray!
❉ A psychic psycho thriller tinged with equal amounts of giallo and disco through a Helmut Newton styled gaze…
❉ We chat with award-winning director Sean Breathnach about his debut feature film.
❉ After-Image looks at single images and the emotional and narrative weight they carry. This week: Nobody Trusts Anybody Now And We’re All Very Tired.
❉ How do you define what makes a film truly ‘cult’? Nick Clement scratches the surface.