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Discover the post-apocalyptic nightmare of this landmark social drama

By Anton Bitel

Mick Jackson’s BBC telemovie Threads imagines the devastating fallout of nuclear war.

Discover the fragmented horrors of this Robert Altman psychodrama

By Anton Bitel

The writer/director’s idiosyncratic 1972 film Images is ripe for rediscovery.

Discover Henri-George Clouzot’s psychedelic swansong

By Anton Bitel

The French director’s 1968 La Prisonnière aka Woman in Chains is both compelling and perverse.

Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin’s forgotten cine revolution

By Little White Lies

Read an exclusive extract of a long-lost conversation between these innovative French filmmakers.

The generation-spanning human drama of Hal Hartley’s Henry Fool trilogy

By Anton Bitel

Made over 17 years, this unlikely series is among the indie writer/director’s finest achievements.

Discover the grisly drama of this surgery-based Southern gothic

By Anton Bitel

John Grissmer’s Scalpel, about a psychopathic plastic surgeon, has been rescued from VHS obscurity.

Discover the proto-giallo pleasures of Dario Argento’s debut feature

By Anton Bitel

A 4K restoration of The Bird with the Crystal Plumage is being released.

Discover the Psycho-esque thrills of this ’70s serial killer romance

By Anton Bitel

Peter Collinson’s Straight on Till Morning offers a grisly vision of Britain in the 1970s.

The prescient politics of GW Pabst’s anti-war films

By Patrick Nabarro

In Westfront 1918 and Kameradschaft, the Austrian director interrogates the slippery notion of nationalism.

The low, lurid pleasures of Dario Argento’s The Cat O’ Nine Tails

By Anton Bitel

The Italian director’s 1971 giallo shows a visionary film artist still finding his feet.

The horror of coming-of-age in Brian De Palma’s Carrie

By Anton Bitel

Adolescence is key to everything in this seminal Stephen King adaptation from 1974.

The surreal, singular genius of Dario Argento’s Suspiria

By Anton Bitel

Forty years on, the director’s nightmarish gialli has lost none of its potency.

Discover the patriarchy skewering thrills of this Japanese splatterfest

By Anton Bitel

Sion Sono’s fantasy horror TAG features one of the most arresting opening sequences in movie history.

Discover this yuletide slasher that inspired John Carpenter’s Halloween

By Anton Bitel

Black Christmas contains one of the earliest examples of the ‘final girl’ trope in horror cinema.

How John Carpenter’s The Thing became a horror/sci-fi classic

By Anton Bitel

The director’s newly-restored 1982 film continues to stand the test of time.

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.

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.

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