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David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti unearth “lost” jazz LP

By Adam Woodward

The duo’s fabled experimental album is set for release later this year.

Does being authorised make a documentary more authentic?

By Ed Gibbs

Director Steve Loveridge was granted unprecedented access to singer-activist M.I.A, but does it meaningfully enhance his film?

In praise of Miloš Forman’s Amadeus

By Little White Lies

This romping tale of clashing artistic egos screens as part of the Royal Albert Hall’s Festival of Film.

Discover the ferocious insanity of this cult Japanese horror

By Anton Bitel

Teruo Ishii’s Horrors of Malformed Men contains one of cinema’s most straightforwardly stark raving villains.

Disenchantment and Matt Groening’s lovable, flawed heroes

By James Luxford

The Simpsons creator’s first foray into streaming continues his tradition of subversive central characters.

I’m Still Listening – Why Frasier remains my favourite ’90s sitcom

By William Carroll

Twenty-five years on, the show’s mix of high-brow humour and genuine heart is as appealing as ever.

On Location: The brutalist tower blocks of A Clockwork Orange

By Adam Scovell

Visiting the southeast London estate featured in Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 film makes for a dystopian experience.

Why I love Patricia Arquette’s performance in True Romance

By Justine Smith

Her role as lovestruck sex worker Alabama is among the most compelling characters of the 1990s.

The camp, satirical aesthetic of queer classic But I’m a Cheerleader

By Megan Wallace

Jamie Babbit’s film offers a more comedic critique of conversion therapy.

Why the gay conversion therapy drama is having a moment

By Jonathan Mahon-Heap

The Miseducation of Cameron Post and Boy Erased find different ways to confront this harmful practice.

It’s time to discover FilmStruck

By Little White Lies

A new premium streaming service is here to satisfy all your movie needs.

Dawn of the Dead had an alternate ending that’s even bleaker than the original

By Justine Smith

George A Romero originally had a different fate in store for the protagonists of his zombie classic.

A Hitchcock classic screening in 3D

By David Jenkins

MUBI and LWLies present Hitchcock’s sublime chiller, Dial M for Murder, at London’s Rio Cinema.

How BlacKkKlansman joins the dots between our racist past and present

By Kambole Campbell

Like Do the Right Thing and Bamboozled before it, Spike Lee’s film is a wake up call to white America.

How Smithereens captured the scuzzy charm of post-punk New York

By Shane O’Reilly

Susan Seidelman’s debut feature is an unflinching portrait of the city’s underground scene.

Discover the ethical outrage of this erotic Japanese drama

By Anton Bitel

Akio Jissôji’s celebrated – and controversial – This Transient Life boldly challenges social convention.

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