With the recent release of the poster for Nicolas Winding Refn’s Only God Forgives, what better time to revisit the director's urgent and uncompromising debut?
By Emma Simmonds
The female body is the incendiary focus of Catherine Breillat’s tenth feature.
Toshio Matsumoto’s feature debut from 1969 is a tapestry of transgression.
David Bowie cements his status as a spaceman in Nicolas Roeg’s extraterrestrial tragedy.
With Tarantino’s forthcoming Django Unchained the talk of the town we take a look at the film that gave it its name.
The great Sam Fuller takes us deep into the mouth of madness in this towering thriller from 1963.
Georges Franju’s monstrous masterpiece delivers horror sans face but with a huge heart.
Ti West’s (oc)cult chiller reminds us that the 1980s were a truly frightening time.
Revenge is once again the dish of the day in Park Chan-wook’s blisteringly inventive thriller.