Mike Kuchar is a titan of American low-budget and underground filmmaking. Oscar Oldershaw introduces his film, An Afternoon With Mike Kuchar at the ICA in August.
Monthly Archives: July, 2015
Cinesthesia is back expanding the cinema experience, giving Nicholas Roeg’s outback classic Walkabout a live, improvised score by Orchestra Elastique,
Modern threats like large chains and property prices could kill off London’s independent cinemas. But they might find refuge in an old idea: community.
The Bob Hoskins staring, 1986 Lond set neo-noir, Mona Lisa, gets the HD treatment for a DVD and Blu-Ray release. But how does it stand up almost 30 years later?
https://vimeo.com/130612876 This stop-motion musical is based on the true story of E. Lilian Todd, a self-taught…
Contamination is a 1980 video-nasty Italian horror that owes a lot to Ridley Scott’s Alien film. Now it gets the HD treatment for a Blu-Ray release.
Your average film fan has 2.3 childhood memories destroyed every year by poor reboots and sequels. How do we find enjoyment in these times?