In this week’s You Have To See… Ali Schnabel looks at Rowan Woods’ haunting study of Australian masculinity, THE BOYS, in light of a new restoration premiering at Sydney Film Festival.
You Have to See… The Descent (dir. Neil Marshall, 2005)
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.
You Have to See… In the Mouth of Madness (dir. John Carpenter, 1994)
In this week’s You Have To See… we look at John Carpenter’s magnificent and maligned meta-horror IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS, one of the only good films to come out of his less-than-stellar run of features from the ’90s.
You Have To See… Hitman Hart: Wrestling With Shadows (dir. Paul Jay, 1998)
In this week’s You Have To See… we look at HITMAN HART: WRESTLING WITH SHADOWS, a documentary about the legendary wrestler and one of the most notorious incidents in the industry’s history, the Montreal Screwjob
You Have To See… Poto and Cabengo (dir. Jean-Pierre Gorin, 1980)
Ivan Čerečina looks at Jean-Pierre Gorin’s unique documentary Poto and Cabengo (1980), the story of a pair of identical twins from San Diego who reportedly invented their own secret language.
You Have To See… W.R. Mysteries of the Organism (dir. Dušan Makavejev, 1971)
This week on You Have to See… we look at Dušan Makavejev’s W.R. Mysteries of the Organism, a defining piece of Eastern Europe’s Black Wave era of cinema.
You Have To See… Timecrimes (dir. Nacho Vigalondo, 2007)
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.
You Have to See… You, the Living (dir. Roy Andersson, 2007)
This week on You Have to See… we look at Roy Andersson’s YOU, THE LIVING, a pared back offbeat comedy with a masterful visual style.
You Have to See… Weekend (dir. Andrew Haigh, 2011)
In this week’s You Have to See…, Grace Sharkey looks at WEEKEND from 2011, Andrew Haigh’s modern masterpiece of queer cinema.
You Have to See… Freaks (dir. Tod Browning, 1932)
In this week’s You Have to See…, Lucy Randall looks at FREAKS from 1932, the film that brought Tod Browning’s career to a screeching halt.