Josh White / 18 Dec 2023

Secularising Britain

The Wicker Man at 50

It’s been 50 years since The Wicker Man first shocked British audiences. The folk horror film’s quirky, disturbing qualities captivated a generation but continues to bewitch us five decades later.(...)

Charlie Bertsch / 12 Apr 2023

Fear of Fascism

Carl Dreyer’s Vampyr

Carl Dreyer’s 1932 film Vampyr is as remarkable for what it leaves out as what it puts in. Although full of shots that linger in memory like a bright light does after you close your eyes, the film’s greatest achievement is its refusal to follow the rules of its genre.(...)