The second film directed by France’s Bertrand Blier was this eccentric black and white noir thriller from 1967
PRISON BREAK was directed by Kazuo Ikehiro in 1969, and is widely believed to be the best Yakuza-themed film he and actor Matsukata Hiroki ever made
Janusz Majewski is one of Poland’s most durable and prolific filmmakers
The grindhouse and the arthouse: two distinct modes of cinema that would appear to be leagues removed–and for the most part they are.
Here we’re going to look at what is very likely the most iconic and widely discussed horror movie of all time.
A truly astounding early sixties artifact that remains frustratingly obscure
This 1968 gut-wrencher was the final film of Britain’s late Michael Reeves, and one of the highlights of 1960s British horror cinema
One of the strangest and most interesting films made by Mario Bava, a film featuring ahead-of-its-time perversity and the type of visual brilliance for which Bava is renowned
This classic of Japanese horror, from the creator of the GODZILLA flicks, was a groundbreaker in its day and remains an effective piece of work
Peter Brook’s infamous filming of Peter Weiss’ MARAT/SADE is one of the screen’s great depictions of unfettered insanity, as well as a historical drama with definite contemporary relevance