By Anton Bitel
Bernard Rose’s cult 1992 horror, based on a Clive Barker short story, tackles sex, class and race in inner-city Chicago.
By Kaite Welsh
All hail the lusty, bitchy antiheroine of Clive Barker’s visceral 1987 body horror.
In Praise Of
By Nick Pinkerton
We pay homage to director Clive Barker’s majestic suburban gore aria from 1987.
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