Fifteen years afters its original theatrical run, Felix Hubble pens a love letter to Tom Green’s irreverent directorial debut, the infamous FREDDY GOT FINGERED.
For this week’s Less Than (Five) Zero piece, Felix Hubble looks at a relic of the pre-Netflix straight to video era, the Rodney Dangerfield-starring sex comedy MY 5 WIVES.
A bizarre tour documentary crossed with a fascinating case study of drug dependency is the topic for this installment of Less Than (Five) Zero.
For Halloween Week, we look at one of the best horror films in recent memory, and a film celebrating its 10th anniversary – Neil Marshall’s The Descent.
This week’s Less Than (Five) Zero looks at Welcome to Leith co-director, Michael Beach Nichols, previous feature-length documentary FLEX IS KINGS, a Kickstarted look at a dance style forged in far-east Brooklyn
This week’s You Have To See… looks at short-film wunderkind Nacho Vigalondo’s debut feature film TIMECRIMES, a time-travel focused gem from 2007.
In this week’s shorts segment we look at Riley Stearns’ festival hit THE CUB, a single gag short that displays early glimmers of the talent on show in his first feature effort, FAULTS.
In this instalment of We Like Short Shorts, Felix Hubble looks at a homage to classic uprising exploitation films, the practical effects testing ground of TREEVENGE
On this week’s You Have To See Felix Hubble looks at Richard Bates Jr.’s EXCISION, one of the most impressive horror debuts of the last decade.
This week on You Have To See… things get a little weird, as we look at Joseph Kahn’s 2012 feature, the critically maligned Detention.