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  • Why I love... The Woman in Black

    Curator Lisa Kerrigan remembers a terrifying first encounter with the Woman in Black, in the 1989 TV version of Susan Hill’s famous ghost story.

    Lisa Kerrigan
    Monday 9 December 2013

    Features

  • Video: Author Neil Gaiman on gothic

    Neil Gaiman, author of The Sandman, Coraline and The Graveyard Book, discusses the origins of gothic in literature and his love of gothic cinema.
     

    Monday 9 December 2013

    Video

  • Shooting the message #12: Jacaranda

    A look at a corporate production company whose early relationship with The Body Shop ties it closely to the rise of ‘ethical capitalism’.

    Patrick Russell
    Monday 9 December 2013

    Features

  • The best DVDs and Blu-rays of 2013

    Discover the year’s top home-cinema releases, from cult revivals to essential cinema box sets and restorations from the archive, as chosen by 22 international critics, curators and producers.

    Sight & Sound contributors
    Monday 9 December 2013

    Annual round-ups

  • Video: Kim Newman introduces Dr. Phibes Rises Again

    Writer and critic Kim Newman introduces Dr. Phibes Rises Again, which sees Vincent Price reprise his role as a fiendishly inventive murderer.

    Monday 9 December 2013

    Video

  • British Independent Film Awards winners 2013

    Metro Manila is the biggest winner among an even spread at the 2013 British Independent Film Awards.

    Samuel Wigley
    Sunday 8 December 2013

    Features

  • Film of the week: Nebraska

    Bruce Dern’s ravaged pensioner hits the plaintive wastes of modern America’s main streets in Alexander Payne’s latest, a spare, affecting road movie. By Trevor Johnston.

    Trevor Johnston
    Friday 6 December 2013

    Reviews and recommendations

  • 10 great British rural horror films

    Haunted landscapes, remote villages, pagan traditions – here are 10 UK horror movies that straddle the ley lines of our countryside’s ancient past.

    Peter Hutchings
    Friday 6 December 2013

    Lists

  • Why I love... Ghostwatch

    On a chilly Halloween night in 1992, Ghostwatch was first broadcast to an unsuspecting public…

    Simon McCallum
    Wednesday 4 December 2013

    Features

  • Jean Kent (1921-2013)

    Like Margaret Lockwood and Phyllis Calvert, her co-stars in Gainsborough’s classic melodramas, the late Jean Kent was one of the great stars of the golden age of British cinema.

    Josephine Botting
    Tuesday 3 December 2013

    Features

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