Your hands are looking at you funny. Gods and Devils are dancing at the periphery of your vision. The colours don't sound right and you're not sure if you'll ever be sure of anything again. You're not in Kansas anymore, but you might, perhaps, have partaken of a pick-me-up from Alice's sweet stash of psychoactive cinema. Dive into the depths of delerium. Soar angelic on the immaculate high. Try to keep it together. Now THAT'S a good cup of coffee.
Helmsman Terry Gilliam, with a script co-written by Alex Cox, conjures up this adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's 1971 cult novel, which defined the c... Read more
A gritty, graphically painful and, at times, blackly funny look at a group of heroin addicts in Edinburgh, Scotland focusing on one young man as he re... Read more
An impressive British thriller from director Shane Meadows who leaves behind the cheerful, Northern working class protagonists of his previous films (... Read more