BFI’s Flipside series brings horror director Andy Milligan’s long lost early art house film Nightbirds to home video fully restored for the first time.
This throwback to the grindhouse days of the 60s and 70s may find an audience in fans of exploitation flicks and has a good chance of becoming a cult classic, but everyone else may want to steer clear.
This wonderfully campy, bloody, and riotous homage to 80s exploitation films got its start as a faux “trailer” in the Tarantino/Rodriguez Grindhouse double bill, but it could have held its own as part of a triple billing on that marquee.
This 2010 remake of I Spit on Your Grave feels pointless, but the Blu-ray is decent enough.
The original version of this 70’s exploitation flick arrives in a ho-hum Blu-ray release from Anchor Bay.
Cheesy and campy, Showgirls arrives in all its unintentionally comedic glory on Blu-ray with a serviceable video transfer and solid lossless soundtrack from MGM.
The BFI rescue another forgotten film from the archives for their Flipside series with this dark and disturbing Swinging London title by director Guy Hamilton.
The BFI bring another of writer/director Gerry O’Hara’s films to Blu-ray in their excellent Flipside series with The Pleasure Girls.
The British Film Institute’s latest Blu-ray release in their Flipside series of forgotten and obscure cinema is a gritty and melancholic time capsule of the world of rock and roll groupies in the early-1970s.
Return to an era of exploitation and genre films with director Pete Walker’s forgotten Man of Violence, competently transferred to high definition on Blu in this release from BFI.