A key death in Steven Spielberg’s 1997 sequel completely altered my perception of cinema.
Don Siegel’s period thriller shows this icon of screen masculinity at his most pathetic and vulnerable.
The late actor was at his debonair best as James Bond in series highlight The Spy Who Loved Me.
With his directorial debut, Gary Oldman offers a deeply affecting study of addiction and domestic abuse.
The American actor’s reemergence in I Love Dick serves as a reminder of his rare talents.
Michael Haneke’s home invasion horror is a chilling satire of violence in popular entertainment.
Peter Watkins’ incendiary pseudo-doc Punishment Park feels as vital today as it did back in 1971.
Twenty years on, Luc Besson’s neon-hued space opera has lost none of its off-kilter charm.
International Man of Mystery remains a brilliant, startlingly progressive satire of male sexuality.
Jonathan Demme’s 1991 masterpiece evokes fear by putting us in the protagonist’s shoes.
By Ethan Vestby
Ever since its unlikely resurrection in the late ’90s, the sci-fi horror series has continued to evolve.
Mickey Rourke is perfectly cast as Hank Chinaski in this down-and-dirty picture from 1987.
By James Clarke
The director’s 1977 feature debut contains several key thematic and stylistic hallmarks.
By Iris Veysey
Her novels ‘The Birds’ and ‘Rebecca’ provided the perfect blend of moral complexity and Gothic drama.
The young actor carries the thematic weight of Chris Morris’ jihadist satire on his shoulders.
The director’s much-maligned second feature is a vigorous piece of pulp for the 21st century.
On the life and work of the ethereal vocalist who helped bring David Lynch’s iconic show to life.