Bringing you egg-box computer consoles and penis-shaped rocket ships since 1974.
Like Ben Wheatley and Alice Lowe before him, Gareth Tunley’s cult British debut is a total masterclass.
There must be some originality in here, somewhere. Probably. Sort of.
Starring Woody Harrelson as the crotchety old bastard he was born to play.
Further proof that Lakeith Stanfield is the most prolific actor around.
We’ll be honest, it doesn’t get more divisive than this.
The classic white-sheeted ghost finally gets his own reboot.
Soppy? Yes. Funny? Also yes.
Dave Bautista vs. the entire state of Texas in a filmmaking experiment gone wrong.