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Cult Movies

Halloween

Lito Velasco takes on John Carpenter’s Halloween! “I met this six-year-old child with this blank, pale, emotionless face and…the blackest eyes: the devil’s eyes.” More…

Halloween
Assault On Precient 13

John Carpenter’s 1976 film pays tribute to his idol Howard Hawks’ classic, Rio Bravo, which sees a sheriff and two deputies holding off a mob trying to get to the man in their jail. More…

Assault On Precient 13
The Amityville Horror

Based on 1977 novel of the same name by Jay Anson, The Amityville Horror might be about the real life experiences of the Lutz family, but it lacks atmosphere and tension. More…

The Amityville Horror
Altered States

Eddie Jessup is a Harvard psychology professor researching states of consciousness, with the aid of mind-altering drugs and an isolation tank. But is he regressing to an earlier state of evolution? More…

Altered States
Invasion Of The Body Snatchers

In the first of a two-part feature, Robert Bright tells us about fear and paranoia in America during the 1950s with the cult classic Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, directed by Don Siegel. More…

Invasion Of The Body Snatchers
Psycho

Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller sees Anthony Perkins playing the infamous killer Norman Bates, who runs a sleepy little motel just off a less-travelled highway. More…

Psycho
Cannibal Apocalypse

Is Antonio Margheriti’s 1980 cult film Cannibal Apocalypse simply a gore fest or is it also a commentary on how the Vietnam War devoured America? We take a closer look. More…

Cannibal Apocalypse
Cannibal Holocaust

A thought provoking exercise in cinema from Ruggero Deodato. Hard to stomach, yet compelling for its comment on cannibalism, both literal and figurative. More…

Cannibal Holocaust
Society

In Brian Yuzna’s cult horror film from the late 80s, Billy Warlock discovers a shocking secret many of us already knew; the rich like to feed off the poor. More…

Society
Videodrome

David Cronenberg’s satirical horror sees the sleazy president of a television channel, which specialises in softcore porn and violence, engaged in un-healthy consumption. More…

Videodrome
The Blob

In this week’s cult classic addition, Jamie Suckley discovers the crash landing of a meteorite and gets stuck in with Chuck Russell’s 1988 cult classic, The Blob. More…

The Blob
The Breakfast Club

1980’s teen angst from John Hughes with Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall and Ally Sheedy reporting for Saturday detention. More…

The Breakfast Club
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

What can we learn from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off ? For starters, it’s your life, it’s your time and it goes so fast. So why not stop and look around once in a while? More…

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Airplane!

When the flight crew of an airplane fall ill with food poisoning, it’s up to one man to save the day. Problem is he has the world’s most literal drinking problem and is afraid to fly! More…

Airplane!
Flash Gordon

While our superhero movies might’ve become more sophisticated in later years, this 80s camp classic still has a raw charm and vibrant energy to it that today’s attempts lack. More…

Flash Gordon

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