The BFI unearths another forgotten Swinging Sixties exploitation flick with this Dual Format edition of Her Private Hell.
A delusional radio show producer goes off the deep end in this controversial early film from Christopher Monger. Sadly, the 1983 film was not well kept and this transfer, from the only know complete 16mm print is nothing to write home about.
The BFI will be adding another title to their Flipside imprint with the release of Voice Over in a Dual Format Edition (Blu-ray + DVD) on 22 October 2011 at an RRP of £19.99.
Have a look at early feminist cinema in this late British New Wave film from director James Hill, newly restored by the BFI and released on their Flipside label.
This swinging sixties coming of age classic doesn’t look so great, but the heavy dose of extras and uncensored version make it worth picking up.
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.