British filmmaker Simon Rumley's latest, Fashionista, is a strange and visually brilliant examination of deep obsession.
Horror relies on image to promote terror and bring hideous ideas to life.
A close analysis of Jimmy Sangster’s script and the differences between film and book.
Holland would be well advised to place the emphasis on stronger scripts and to dispense with his trifling on-screen introductions.
Boasts edgy performances and a script which focuses on the here and now rather than excessive backstory.
In conversation with playwright Carl Grose on his fast and loose tribute to Parisian theatre company, Le Théâtre du Grand-Guignol.