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“I was made for horror”: Barbara Steele is an angel for Satan

Barbara Steele, an icon of 1960s horror cinema who went on to work with the likes of Federico Fellini and Louis Malle, talks to David Cairns and Daniel Riccuito about death, dark fairytales and why she turned down Hammer.

By David Cairns

“I was made for horror”: Barbara Steele is an angel for Satan
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Satire with tweezers: Alexander Mackendrick’s The Ladykillers

By Philip Kemp

Satire with tweezers: Alexander Mackendrick’s The Ladykillers
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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is another dose of superbly executed chaos in America’s heartlands

By Leigh Singer

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is another dose of superbly executed chaos in America’s heartlands
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WolfWalkers redraws the bounds of old Ireland’s hunters and hunted

By Andrew Osmond

WolfWalkers redraws the bounds of old Ireland’s hunters and hunted
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One Man and His Shoes is an alarming depiction of fashion and its victims

By Michael Atkinson

One Man and His Shoes is an alarming depiction of fashion and its victims
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Summer of ’85 takes us down once more to the shoreline of François Ozon’s youth

By Alex Ramon

Summer of ’85 takes us down once more to the shoreline of François Ozon’s youth
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His House gives a displaced couple no happy home

By Kim Newman

His House gives a displaced couple no happy home
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Time is a powerful distillation of lives divided

By Nadine Deller

Time is a powerful distillation of lives divided

Genus Pan takes a journey to the heart of Filipino darkness

By Jordan Cronk

Genus Pan takes a journey to the heart of Filipino darkness

Supernova burns with love at the last

By Jessica Kiang

Supernova burns with love at the last

Another Round review: Mads Mikkelsen and pals uncork their spirits

By Jessica Kiang

Another Round review: Mads Mikkelsen and pals uncork their spirits

Undine is Christian Petzold’s slippery love song to Berlin

By Giovanni Marchini Camia

Undine is Christian Petzold’s slippery love song to Berlin

The Disciple review: Chaitanya Tamhane considers the limits of musical control

By Kaleem Aftab

The Disciple review: Chaitanya Tamhane considers the limits of musical control

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Sight & Sound: the November 2020 issue

Horror special: Rose Glass on Saint Maud and the horror of 2020, plus Psycho at 60, Ben Wheatley’s Rebecca, Relic, Host, His House, Barbara Steele, The Haunting of Bly Manor, found footage horror, Shirley, Time, Mogul Mowgli and more.

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Meet whiplash Wilder: Billy Wilder interviewed in 1967

By Charles Higham

Meet whiplash Wilder: Billy Wilder interviewed in 1967

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