Revisiting the many British films that have fallen through the cracks, this Flipside collection favours the overlooked, the sidelined and the undervalued. Groupies, gangsters, the weird and the wayward are given a second chance to shine.
The collection offers rare films from directors who merit attention, plus little seen performances from accomplished British actors as Helen Mirren and John Hurt. Gangsters and criminals stalk the screen in the Men of Violence collection; the youth goes wild in Rebel Rousers; the permissive society comes home to roost in The Pleasure Girls; and things turn strange in Weird Worlds. A wide range of Flipside titles that make up the Cult Cinema collection are also available on DVD and Blu-ray.
A darkly comic and compelling coming of age story set during a time of social change.
A young poet (Michael Gothard) hires a marketing company to turn his suicide into a mass-media spectacle
Delusional revolutionary Malcolm Scrawdyke (John Hurt) leads his Party of Dynamic Erection in a battle against an unseen nemesis in this dark comedy.
A bizarre study of obsession focusing on a teenage boy who is torn between the charms of a fleshly female prostitute and the sadism of an older man.
Directed by Nicolas Roeg
Nic Roeg's complex, elusive cult classic is a Vienna-set tale of all consuming passion, starring Art Garfunkle, Theresa Russell and Harvey Keitel.
Directed by Guy Hamilton, 1963
The partying of a wild group of beatniks lead by Oliver Reed has shocking consequences. Written by Marc Behm, directed by Guy Hamilton and with music by John Barry.