The director’s vision of Gotham City remains one of blockbuster cinema’s greatest creations.
By Sam Mauro
As a horror obsessive and trans woman, I found a filthy acceptance in this sleazy Child’s Play sequel.
By Sam Moore
In a time of political uncertainty, his bold representations of queerness remain as vital and relevant as ever.
By Aimee Knight
The birth of the Muppet Cinematic Universe remains a high water mark for family moviemaking.
In the director’s 1979 body horror, maternal functions are a source of repulsion and terror.
The actor has always been willing to bare all for a role, but no one has captured his erotic charisma better than Jane Campion.
Exploring the suggestive imagery and symbolic language in the director’s 1986 cult favourite.
Jim Jarmusch’s 1989 film is a melodic ode to an America of drifters, tourists and lonesome wanderers.
By Gem Wheeler
William Dieterle’s 1948 film is an enthralling meditation on memory, loss and transformative power of art.
Stanley Kubrick’s thrilling study of the Vietnam War chooses individual narratives over a collective moral message.
By Adam Scovell
The Swedish-born actor is at his transfixing best in Ingmar Bergman’s 1968 drama.
By Beth Piket
The British director’s 2009 drama offers a child’s perspective of life below the poverty line.
By James Clarke
How George Miller’s 1979 debut feature helped set the post-apocalyptic genre in motion.
By Beth Webb
Doug Liman’s film exists as a perfect time capsule of youth at the end of a decade.
Guillermo del Toro’s cigar-chewing monster remains one of cinema’s most compelling anti-heroes.
A pioneer of 4D screenings, the American B-movie director was a born showman.
By Al Horner
The Wachowskis’ 1999 action sci-fi changed blockbuster cinema, altering its code forever.