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With Mindhunter, David Fincher’s killer completes their journey

By Brogan Morris

Netflix’s newest crime drama series is the culmination of a career-long obsession for the director.

Stranger Things and the enduring nightmare of Stephen King’s America

By William Carroll

Exploring the hit Netflix show through the lens of its biggest inspiration.

How ‘Call Me by Your Name’ became a queer literary phenomenon

By Claire Biddles

Fans of André Aciman’s 2007 novel reflect on what makes it so special.

Nicolas Winding Refn launches new streaming platform byNWR.com

By Little White Lies

Lost classics are restored and repackaged with deluxe online editions.

Miracle Mile is an apocalyptic thriller that’s more relevant than ever

By Ian Schultz

Steve De Jarnatt’s cult ’80s sci-fi is a harrowing depiction of nuclear war.

Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest and the art of the chase

By Adam Scovell

How the director’s mastery of space and location created the famous crop-duster sequence.

The bonkers, boundary pushing comic legacy of Mel Brooks

By Darren Richman

With Young Frankenstein now a major stage show, we reflect on the career of a living legend of comedy.

Shudders of Pleasure: The story of Hellraiser

By Nick Pinkerton

We pay homage to director Clive Barker’s majestic suburban gore aria from 1987.

Remembering 1998’s Soldier: The original Blade Runner sequel

By Nathan Smith

Like Philip K Dick’s replicants, Kurt Russell’s steely-eyed space marine asks what it means to be human.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi gets another awesome trailer

By Little White Lies

Rian Johnson’s eighth instalment of the world’s biggest movie franchise is almost upon us. And it looks like another good one…

Is this the greatest werewolf movie ever made?

By Anton Bitel

Joe Dante’s The Howling is a perfect blend of modern horror and practical effects.

Streaming will never replace my DVD collection, but it has improved it

By James Luxford

How physical and digital media should learn to stop worrying and live happily side by side.

A still point in a turning world: Barbara Hammer on her 50-year legacy

By Sean L Malin

The queer film icon reflects on her pioneering career ahead of a new retrospective of her work.

The further dimensions of Desperately Seeking Susan

By Leigh Clark

Does Madonna’s iconic pyramid jacket contain a hidden message?

Why Barefoot in the Park is the perfect example of on-screen chemistry

By Louise Busfield

Robert Redford and Jane Fonda play young newlyweds to uplifting effect in this lighthearted comedy.

The Exorcist and the eternal struggle between religion and science

By Lara C Cory

With a new stage version arriving this month, William Peter Blatty’s story remains a potent cultural symbol.

How Harrison Ford’s Blade Runner performance tells two different stories

By Chris Edwards

The actor’s balance of robotic detachment and human impulse deepens the mystery.

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