Jane Fonda saves the universe in Roger Vadim’s incomparably kitsch offering.
By Emma Simmonds
With James Glickenhaus' 1980 revenge thriller out on Blu-ray this month, LWLies sizes it up against a more prominent mean streets classic.
By Bruce Ackland
Hal Ashby’s follow-up to the estimable Harold and Maude sees him go from an odd couple to a trio of delinquent seamen.
Roman Polanski cooks-up trouble on an island that’s as far as you can imagine from paradise.
Apocalyptic anarchy and absurdism abounds in this wistfully witty offering from director Richard Lester.
This seminal '70s documentary is a fascinating and comedic portrait of eccentricity and decay with more than a touch of Great Expectations about it.
Robert Hamer’s impishly immoral comedy sees Dennis Price attempting to polish off a whole family of Alec Guinnesses.
Jeanne Moreau makes for a celestial murderess in this provocative '60s thriller from the Nouvelle Vague’s François Truffaut.
John Huston and Truman Capote’s cracking collaboration is whip-smart and extremely silly.