The Hoff only made 3rd place! The 2017 festival is now over, but we are delighted to announce our awards.
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In his 100th film, director Takashi Miike (Audition, Ichi The Killer) brings to life the Eisner award-winning Manga: Blade of the Immortal.
Manji, a samurai of the shogunate, becomes blessed or, more accurately, cursed with immortality after seeing his little sister slain at the hands of a gang of bandits and subsequently going through them like a hot knife through butter.
Except the knife is a samurai sword and the butter is people.
A lot of people.
Director William Friedkin was on a hot ticket in 1973 and his next project, Sorcerer, was sure to be a gold-plated, box-office smash...
As the days get colder and the nights get longer, we see sunlight replaced with starlight.
But… it’s easy to forget that they’re one and the same thing.
The season of spooks and spectres is upon us, but if you’ve had it up to the eye-holes with cannibals and Xenomorphs, it might be time to revisit a classic.
The festival pops-up at EXP from 3-5 Nov. Hangout with us for the weekend.
Peckham & Nunhead Film Festival have great taste... one of our 48hr films is on the bill.
Available for download from 18th or on disk from 25th Sept, we have a Double-play BR to give away!
Reuben Morgan gives his thoughts on the Barbican's awesome SF show.
Shinkai's terrific anime your name. gets a welcome rerelease and remastered for IMAX cinemas.
A hit at the festival a few years back, this quirky film features some amazing practical effects and dry wit.