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Cult Movies

Salem’s Lot

Jamie Suckley opens the window to Tobe Hooper’s 1979 adaptation of Stephen King’s cult classic Salem’s Lot, and remembers why he kept his curtains closed as a child. More…

Salem’s Lot
Back To The Future Part III

Paul Costello brings us a closer look at the final part in the Back To The Future trilogy as he discusses its production, plot, score and why it was much better received than its predecessor. More…

Back To The Future Part III
Back To The Future Part II

After jumping to 2015, Marty McFly tries to save his son from turning to crime but ends up triggering a temporal paradox that he and Doc must rectify before they can return home. More…

Back To The Future Part II
When Worlds Collide

Based on Philip Gordon Wylie and Edwin Balmer’s novel, When Worlds Collide sees a chance for humanity to survive by building a rocket ship to fly to a planet orbiting the star. More…

When Worlds Collide
The Thing

12 men in an Antarctic research station are picked off one by one by an alien creature that can mimic other life forms. That’s it, but all that space allows our minds to wander. More…

The Thing
Prince Of Darkness

Ben Cook brings us a closer look at this 1987 film from John Carpenter which combines science and religion with possession, Alice Cooper and a touch of time travel. More…

Prince Of Darkness
God Told Me To

Larry Cohen hints at UFO abductions, virgin births, mind control, biblical sacrifice, and messianic androgynous aliens, but fails to tie them up into a completely coherent narrative. More…

God Told Me To
The Brood

The 1979 horror film, The Brood, was a turning point in writer and director David Cronenberg’s career, and a disturbing meditation on what happens when families are broken. More…

The Brood
Phantasm

With its mausoleum, killer balls and the Tall Man, puzzling, surreal and haunting are just a few words that can be used to describe Don Coscarelli’s Phantasm. More…

Phantasm
The Exorcist

Somewhere between science and superstition, there is another world. The world of darkness. Nobody expected it, nobody believed it, and nobody could stop it. More…

The Exorcist
Invasion Of The Body Snatchers

In the second of his two-part feature, Robert Bright takes a look at the 1978 remake of Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, directed by Philip Kaufman, and tells us how paranoia escalated from the 50s. More…

Invasion Of The Body Snatchers
Don’t Look Now

Directed by Nicolas Roeg, Don’t Look Now sees a married couple travelling to Venice where visions of their daughter, who recently died, begin to plague them. More…

Don’t Look Now
The Man Who Fell To Earth

The timeless classic, The Man Who Fell To Earth, starring David Bowie, tells of an alien who arrives on Earth with a noble mission but gradually succumbs to failure. More…

The Man Who Fell To Earth
The Fifth Element

We take a look at some of the parallels between The Fifth Element, directed by Luc Besson and starring Milla Jovovich as the Supreme Being, and Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. More…

The Fifth Element
Cannibal Girls

Ivan Reitman’s campy classic from 1973, Cannibal Girls, comes complete with warning bell to let you know when to avert your eyes from the gore on screen. Do you dare look? More…

Cannibal Girls

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