Emma Street examines the monster science, not folklore, created and ponders how the literary legend stands up, cinematically speaking.
If you can’t get enough of MostlyFilm’s festival coverage, you’re in luck: today, Laura Morgan reports from two of the USA’s most mindbending genre film festivals.
Laura Morgan and Ron Swanson delve further into the London Film Festival’s schedule and report on what they find…
At the midpoint (or thereabouts) of the 58th London Film Festival, some of our regular contributors talk a little about what they’ve seen so far…
It Follows by Ron Swanson
Blake Backlash considers the cinematic mixing of Hollywood’s grande dames with grand guignol.
As Scots go to the polls, the MostlyFilm crew bring you their favourite examples of Scotland on film.
A short piece by Indy Datta about a long film – Béla Tarr’s Sátántagó
Niall Anderson watches the complete work of Jacques Tati, a man for whom the ridiculous and the sublime were indistinguishable
Indy Datta revisits Walter Hill’s influential 1978 car-chase classic, released on Blu-ray today.
The seminal Canadian teen sex comedy is out this week on Blu-ray from Arrow Films. Indy Datta girds his loins.