Video Nasties, Part 3

There is a long, if not necessarily venerable, tradition in the arts of creating confrontational, deliberately offensive work to challenge received ideas and to make people conscious of their own conventional assumptions. When work like this is created, it doesn’t make a lot of sense to get indignant at people who are genuinely offended; in […]

Blasts from the past

William Dieterle’s All That Money Can Buy (1941): Criterion Blu-ray review

Criterion Blu-ray review: Fellini Satyricon (1969)

Guest post: William K. Everson & British Film

Quality control