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Cult Movies

Black Christmas

The first of the calendar horrors, Black Christmas began a trend with slasher movies based around a specific date like Friday the 13th and Halloween. More…

Black Christmas
Alien³

David Fincher’s feature directorial debut and a sci-fi favourite of Patrick Samuel’s, we look at the making of Alien³ from its early conception to its troubled production. More…

Alien³
Flashdance

It’s time to take your passion and make it happen as we relive the 80s dance classic, Flashdance, starring Jennifer Beals as a young woman who dreams of bigger things in life. More…

Flashdance
Footloose

Ready to cut loose with this 80s dance classic? Kevin Bacon stars Ren, a teenager who’s just moved to a town that’s banned music and dancing, and he’s ready to shake things up. More…

Footloose
Dazed And Confused

In 1993 Richard Linklater made a film about the time when he was growing up, but in doing so Dazed And Confused also spoke to a new generation growing up in the 90’s. More…

Dazed And Confused
Pet Sematary

Let the sleeping dead lie and never bury anything on an Indian Burial Ground. It can only lead to more emotional heartbreak and murder. More…

Pet Sematary
Cat’s Eye

To simultaneously see through the eyes of a cat and one of the true masters of horror and suspense, Stephen King; you’ll have to see the 1985 movie Cat’s Eye. More…

Cat’s Eye
Sleepwalkers

Based on an original screenplay by Stephen King, Sleepwalkers is far from being among the worst King movies or the best, but comfortably sits somewhere in the middle. More…

Sleepwalkers
Masters Of The Universe

Gary Goddard’s fantasy film sees Dolph Lundgren playing He-Man who arrives on Earth to search for a Cosmic Key before his arch nemesis, Skeletor, finds it. More…

Masters Of The Universe
Howard The Duck

He came from Duckworld and arrived in Cleveland, Ohio in 1986, and even though Howard didn’t get a very warm welcome, as a kid I was I was happy to see him. More…

Howard The Duck
Apt Pupil

Based on a story featured in Stephen King’s 1982 collection Different Seasons, Apt Pupil sees a young boy awakening a long dormant monster to learn everything he can from him. More…

Apt Pupil
The Warriors

Walter Hill’s delirious take on New York gang violence combines modern cool with mythic storytelling to earn its place in the cult canon. More…

The Warriors
Sixteen Candles

Anyone who’s been forgotten about on their birthday will no doubt be able to relate to Molly Ringwald’s character, Sam Baker, in this 1980’s John Hughes classic. More…

Sixteen Candles
The Evil Dead

Arpad takes us deep into the woods with Sam Rami’s The Evil Dead to explain why it’s surely the scariest film ever and why it still impresses him after all these years. More…

The Evil Dead
Black Sunday

A groundbreaking film that launched Italian horror on the world, Black Sunday is a dense, dreamlike mix of Gothic atmosphere, sexual undertones and grisly violence. More…

Black Sunday

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