Loved The Artist? Why not take a trip back to when Buster Keaton ruled and try one of his finest, Sherlock Jr.?
By Emma Simmonds
It’s alien invasion John Carpenter style in this satirical '80s actioner.
Obayashi Nobuhiko’s hysterical haunted house movie redefines crazy
Robert Altman tackles Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe in this nifty New Hollywood reinvention.
Fugitive flamingos, amputations and dirty stories feature in Peter Greenaway’s characteristically cracked portrait of a zoo.
John Cassavetes directs his wife Gena Rowlands in a ramshackle romance.
The gang from The Magic Roundabout come up against true blue villainy.
With a whole lot of naked ambition, naked truths, and, erm, nakedness – yep, it’s Showgirls.
A legendary seductress becomes a circus attraction in Max Ophüls’ extravagant, avant-garde masterpiece.