8 Films Based on Unfilmable Novels
They said it couldn't be done - turns out they were wrong. From Ulysses to Naked Lunch, we look at 8 films based on novels once described as 'unfilmable'.
The Street Fighter and the nasty world of Japanese ultra-violence
Those of a sensitive disposition please look away now as we take an eye-opening look at six of the most extreme, ultra-violent films from Japan.
Why Can’t A Girl Walk Home Alone At Night?
Our highlights from a curated collection of films now streaming on ARROW that feature threatened and attacked women carrying out suitable revenge.
Top 8 Alternative Easter Films
Settle in with a different kind of Easter film with killer bunnies, deadly eggs and even worse, awkward conversations at the dinner table.
Our Top Picks for Easter Carnage
There's so many great films on offer in our Easter Carnage sale that it's hard to know where to start so we've picked out 10 of our favourites.
Into the Darkness: How Pitch Black Launched a Franchise
The story of how Pitch Black, a cult sci-fi hit, sparked a franchise as well as Vin Diesel's leap to mainstream action hero.
Ghosts in the Machine: An epidemic of existential loneliness in Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Pulse
With a story that resounds just as heavily today as it did in 2001, J-horror Pulse tapped into our fears of loneliness and the role technology can play.
Top Time Films For This Time of Year
The clocks are going back! Or is it forward? We look back over a selection of time travel films or should that be look forward?
Flesh is Chaos: Happy Birthday, Tinto Brass
As director Tinto Brass turns 90 this week, we celebrate his birthday by looking back over his notorious career and examine his captivating body of work.
Richard Linklater, Boyhood and the Cinematic Beauty of Time
The astonishing Boyhood shows how the effect of time can be used creatively in cinema - a theme director Richard Linklater loves to explore.