Peter Sellers Is the March Hare In The Most Demented Alice in Wonderland of All

There have been a lot of adaptations of Alice in Wonderland over the years, including a Disney animated version, an X-rated musical, and Tim Burton’s lavish CG fantasia (which is getting a sequel!). But the strangest, and maybe best, is the 1972 version...featuring Peter Sellers as the March Hare and Dudley Moore as… »11/23/15 9:00pm11/23/15 9:00pm

Short Film About a Woman Stuck in a Time Paradox Makes Found Footage Fresh Again

Found footage films are everywhere these days, but few short films use the concept as effectively as Timelike does. That’s because it puts its own spin on a familiar concept: one night, a young physics student receives a message from her future self. What follows quickly goes from unnerving to distressing. »8/12/15 12:40pm8/12/15 12:40pm

Brimstone And Treacle Was Banned For 11 Years, But Now It's Back

Dennis Potter was frequently a controversial writer — but his TV play Brimstone and Treacle is possibly his nastiest work. Banned for over 10 years by the BBC, this play about a suburban family who gets the perfect houseguest (who is probably Satan) is just horrible. And kind of insane. See for yourself. »6/08/15 9:00pm6/08/15 9:00pm

The Play's The Thing (That Gets You Killed) In Trailer For The Gallows

On the heels of its jarring teaser from April, the full trailer for The Gallows — about a cursed high-school play — offers a lotta night vision and shaky-cam, a haunted VCR (?), a slowed-down version of “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” and a spirited prayer that found-footage horror still has one last breath in it. »5/23/15 11:30am5/23/15 11:30am

This 1978 Wine Infomercial Could Be The Most Shameless Star Wars Ripoff

Star Wars led to countless insane knock-offs, including some hilariously cheap Italian films. But the most shameless and terrible Star Wars ripoff might actually be this 1978 infomercial from Taylor Wines, featuring “Metal Man” and “Shorty” disco-dancing and helping some dudes talk about how to sell more wine. »5/14/15 1:23pm5/14/15 1:23pm

Brighten Your Day By Watching John Rhys-Davies Invent A Time Camera

Any day where you get to see John Rhys-Davies (Sliders, Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones) do his thing is already a good day. So here’s a deleted scene from the new movie Time Lapse, which is coming out on VOD, iTunes and select theaters on Friday, in which the man himself creates a camera that sees the future. »5/13/15 2:50pm5/13/15 2:50pm

Watch The Lost Fantasy Movie That Appeared Before Empire Strikes Back

Black Angel is legendary among Star Wars fans, but also fans of 1980s sword-and-sorcery movies. This short film about a knight returning from the Crusades, who has to enter a mystical realm and rescue a princess, was directed by Empire Strikes Back art director Roger Christian. And it was shown before ESB in Europe… »5/12/15 2:52pm5/12/15 2:52pm