This gutsy and shocking war-time thriller from Cavalcanti sees a seemingly quaint village terrorised by Nazis.
By Emma Simmonds
In Don Coscarelli’s singular horror comedy The King faces off against The King of the Dead.
This lesser-known film from Spanish maestro Pedro Almodóvar sees a cabaret singer taken in by a group of unhinged redeemers.
Lindsay Anderson’s surreal, sprawling road movie sees a coffee salesman take both a physical and mental trip.
Samuel Fuller’s astonishing and unconventional noir sees an ex-prostitute expose the rotten core of a small American town.
This spirited 1930s screamer from James Whale turns a sanctuary into an asylum.
This askew view of teenage romance and angst from director Jerzy Skolimowski is a buried treasure, a witty '70s romp featuring a rather un-prim and proper Jane Asher.
The Price is just right in Robert Fuest’s marvellous horror comedy.
This neglected French spy comedy is a cult gem that should have been a mainstream sensation.