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Discover the perverse allegory of this film about love after death

By Anton Bitel

Jörg Buttgereit’s necrophilia-themed 1991 horror Nekromantik 2 is now out on Blu-ray/DVD.

Discover the paranormal chills of this classic haunted house horror

By Anton Bitel

The Amityville Horror is one of the great ’70s genre films.

Watch this crazy clip from a Japanese cop movie that inspired Tarantino

By Little White Lies

Kinji Fukasaku’s Doberman Cop is finally available on home video in the UK.

Discover this ’80s slasher that’s an early prelude to The Babadook

By Anton Bitel

Ovidio G Assonitis’ Madhouse similarly concerns a damaged woman’s psychotic meltdown.

Discover the beastly pleasures of this Japanese werewolf romp

By Anton Bitel

“Sonny” Chiba-starring Japanese genre hybrid Wolf Guy is now available on home video.

Discover the psychological subtext of this shocking ’80s horror

By Anton Bitel

Sidney J Furie’s The Entity is deeply disturbing but essential viewing.

Is this the greatest film ever made about food?

By Anton Bitel

Juzo Itami’s ‘ramen western’ Tampopo – finally out on Blu-ray – is a culinary romp like no other.

All-female horror anthology XX is a worthy project poorly executed

By Elena Lazic

Annie Clark makes her directorial debut in this convention-flipping collection of shorts.

Discover the amateur insanity of this Japanese Evil Dead rip-off

By Anton Bitel

Shinichi Fukazawa’s Super-8 gem Bloody Muscle Body Builder in Hell is a throwback to ’80s horror.

Discover the stomach-turning thrills of this infamous ’80s slasher

By Anton Bitel

Juan Piquer Simón’s Pieces is among the goriest films ever made.

Discover the schlock and gore of this sleazy ’80s horror

By Anton Bitel

Undead Nazi soldiers and gratuitous nudity overflows in Zombie Lake, now out on DVD.

Discover the anti-military allegory of this classic Jack Nicholson buddy movie

By Anton Bitel

The actor delivers arguably his finest hour in Hal Ashby’s The Last Detail.

Discover the sly social critique of this Blaxploitation classic

By Anton Bitel

Is Gilbert Moses’ Willie Dynamite a paean to pimp life or a flamboyant allegory of the American Dream?

Discover the strange legacy of this cross-border ’70s classic

By Anton Bitel

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia has inspired everything from Barton Fink to Swiss Army Man.

Discover the retrofuturist thrills of this modern anime classic

By Anton Bitel

Metropolis, Rintaro’s 2001 manga spin-off, is coming to DVD.

The 20 best home ents releases of 2016

By David Jenkins

We run down a clutch of the year’s finest DVD and Blu-ray purchases. Did your favourite make the cut?

Discover the primal thrills of this prehistoric B-movie

By Anton Bitel

Dinosaurs are well and good, but One Million Years BC proves it is sex that really sells.

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