Let The Corpses Tan is the latest from French film makers Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani. This time they set their sights on a crime thriller with spaghetti western influences. Their most coherent film so far, it's stylish, breathtaking stuff.
From the director of the BAFTA-nominated Sherpa and narrated by Willem Dafoe, Mountain explores our fascination with mountains by combining gorgeous footage, contemplative narration, and a bespoke soundtrack.
For many fans of cult cinema, Suspiria needs no introduction. This year, Dario Argento's incredible Italian horror movie is forty years old. To celebrate, it's been lovingly restored and is back in cinemas to enthrall us.
Cate Blanchett is in full chameleon mode in this fascinating and surprisingly playful film. Neither fiction nor documentary, Manifesto is an entertaining oddity with a very unusual concept.
Terry Gilliam's first film as sole director, lovingly restored by the BFI and Criterion, is an energetic and amusing yarn with a strong visual style. Even the mud looks beautiful.
The Burning is a 1980 slasher movie, recently restored and released by Arrow Video.
Netflix's new three-part documentary is a fascinating account of how five top Hollywood directors - John Huston, John Ford, Frank Capra, George Stevens and William Wyler - went with US troops to cover the second world war.
My first Jimmy Cagney gangster flick (and on the big screen no less) and it's a good one.
Would you have the courage to risk your life to save someone else? In 1966 a man with a rifle started shooting at passers-by indiscriminately from the top of a tower in Austin, Texas. Bodies lay on the street. The shooting continued for ninety minutes before the gunman was stopped. This film recounts the stories… Continue reading Tower (2016)
"You should not fear getting old, you become free from concerns about sex, money and passions. It is the time when you detach from yourself". Well into his 80s, Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky is returning to his youth.