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The Dark Knight Rises

You can read Kim’s review of The Dark Knight Rises for Sight & Sound on the BFI web site. Please note, the review may contain spoilers.

The Black Panther – notes

Kim’s notes on the British film, The Black Panther (1977), based on a true story. Continue reading

Let’s Scare Jessica to Death Screening

To celebrate the launch of Kim’s updated essential horror tome Nightmare Movies (published 18 April), Kim and fellow horror expert and fan Mark Kermode take to the stage for an illustrated conversation on all things scary in film. Immediately followed by an evil treat, chosen by Kim: a rare screening of Let’s Scare Jessica to … Continue reading

Kim’s Flipside of British Cinema

Next month the BFI is releasing a DVD sampler of forthcoming releases titled Kim Newman’s Guide To The Flipside Of British Cinema, which will be on sale in HMV in the UK. The sampler includes: An all-new documentary, produced exclusively for the BFI, in which Kim explores such questions as how the director of Help! … Continue reading

The Stone Tape project

Kim has completed a DVD project, the BFI‘s release of The Stone Tape, a 1972 BBC-TV ghost story written by Nigel Kneale and directed by Peter Sasdy. He supervised the extras, and created a feature-length interview/commentary with Mr. Kneale for the DVD. It’s now available to buy from the BFI web site.