By Anton Bitel
Sean S Cunningham’s The New Kids sees James Spader terrorise a group of upwardly-mobile youths.
By Matt Turner
In Me and the Cult Leader, filmmaker and survivor Atsushi Sakahara confronts both his own trauma and that of a nation.
Lindsay Anderson’s spiky Thatcher-era comedy is the perfect sign off to his Mick Travis trilogy.
Virginie Despentes and Coralie Trinh Thi explore sexual agency, trauma and the power of female friendship in this controversial 2000 thriller.
By Adam Scovell
A visit to two London locations featured in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s Technicolor masterpiece.
Nisha Parti and Indira Varma discuss their experiences in the industry, and why they’re optimistic for change.
Leonardo DiCaprio is also producing the narrative adaptation of the film Virunga.
Surviving the perils of solo creativity is tough. In the latest instalment of our series supporting artists through lockdown, Bobbie Cousins evokes a world that’s seldom seen.
The latest film from Pearl Studio and celebrated animator Glen Keane arrives on Netflix this year.
Hannah Woodhead delves into the myriad thrills and spills of MTV’s finest export.
The lights are on, but there’s nobody home...
I loved Steven Spielberg’s film growing up, but its offensive Indian stereotypes make it hard to watch today.
By Emma Fraser
HBO’s prequel series sees Matthew Rhys take on the role of the famed Los Angeles defence lawyer.
The classic Japanese manga series makes the jump from 2D to 3D, and makes it look easy.
The Ad Astra director is in the early stages of prepping his next feature, Armageddon Time.
By Kia Rahnama
The director’s controversial 1982 thriller subverts the “white saviour” myth still perpetuated by Hollywood.
Bring Down the Walls suggests that the dance floor can provide liberation from oppressive judicial policies.
By Sally Nolan
The patronising psychiatrist’s explanation strips away the mystery and fear that Hitchcock so impressively builds.