Tag: bfi-flipside

Cosh Boy Review

Controversial in its day for its portrayal of juvenile delinquents, Cosh Boy becomes the BFI's fortieth release in its Flipside line.

Legend of the Witches/Secret Rites Review

Witchcraft through the ages and bang up to date in 1970s countercultural London, in this new release from the BFI in its Flipside line.

Psychomania Review

Undead bikers, George Sanders and Beryl Reid in Psychomania, released by BFI Flipside.

Expresso Bongo: BFI Flipside Review

More rock'n'roll from BFI Flipside, as Expresso Bongo gets a dual-format release.

Beat Girl: BFI Flipside Review

Rock with the cool kids in Brit exploitationer Beat Girl, released on dual-format by BFI Flipside.

Symptoms: BFI Flipside Review

Once lost, now restored, a 1974 horror film released by BFI Flipside.

Sleepwalker Review

The latest BFI flipside release contains Saxon Logan's 80s political horror and The Insomniac. The new Blu reviewed

The Black Panther Review

British cinema's 'In Cold Blood'.

Anatomy of a Flipside: Part Four, How Do You Rate a Flipside?

Behind the scenes of the BFI's cult cinema strand.

Anatomy of a Flipside: Part Two, How Do You Make a Flipside?

Behind the scenes of the BFI's cult cinema strand.

Anatomy of a Flipside: Part One, What is the Flipside?

Behind the scenes of the BFI's cult cinema strand.

Nightbirds (BFI) in May

This ‘lost’ film by New York underground filmmaker Andy Milligan is coming to UK DFE courtesy of BFI Flipside...

The Black Panther (BFI) in May

Next from BFI Flipside is this intelligent British true-crime drama out on May 28...

Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs Review

Another delightful rediscovery courtesy of BFI Flipside.

Voice Over Review

The splendid BFI Flipside label unearths another forgotten jewel.

Deep End Review

Much more than just Jane Asher swimming in a pool naked but whatever gets your attention...