❉ Mark Cunliffe reviews the latest time capsule of CFF classics from the ’50s into the ‘80s.
❉ Mark Cunliffe pays tribute to the epitome of a down-to-earth, authentic Londoner.
❉ Mark Cunliffe revisits the gaudy, camp and tongue-in-cheek B movie released 25 years ago.
❉ We revisit the forgotten 1974 Clement/La Frenais sitcom starring John Thaw and Bob Hoskins.
❉ This graphic and blackly comic low-budget film wears its Elm Street and Clive Barker influences on its sleeve.
❉ Mark Cunliffe revisits Gerry & Sylvia Anderson’s space oddity, recently released on Blu-ray.
❉ More than a little silly, Milton Subotsky’s sci-fi caper serves as the midpoint in the evolution of British sci-fi…
❉ This coming-of-age thriller is a must-see for fans of Britain’s curious and thought-provoking film history.
❉ Mark Cunliffe looks at this Cold War sci-fi monster movie, recently released on Blu-ray.
❉ Considered one of the last silent films made by Universal, The Last Warning remains a cinematic spectacle.