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When Gaspar Noé’s controversial drama 'Irreversible' debuted at Cannes in 2003, it proved to be so shocking it made people leave the cinema in droves.

Last year title designer Richard Alan Greenberg passed. We look at the power of design on film by listing some of cinema’s most beautiful creations.

Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rear Window' is funnier than you might remember, a masterclass in filmmaking. But the gender roles are messy and dripping with misogyny.

Hollywood has had its controversies regarding “me” time. Brace yourself, because here’s our ranking of the ten most controversial self-pleasure scenes.

Here are ten of the most extreme cases of female actors who suffered while working under the stringent instructions of male auteurs on set.

With a new addition to the long canon of repressed emotions in British cinema – 'On Chesil Beach' – here are a few films featuring restrained characters.

To celebrate Netflix picking up Nichloas Winding Refn's 'Only God Forgives', here are our top picks of the innovative and creative auteur’s filmography.

Getting horny for movie monsters has become the internet’s favorite past time. Here’s a ranking of thirteen movie monsters you’d still probably screw.

The cinema industry has been on a decline over the past several years, mostly due to VOD services. Is it time to say R.I.P. to Friday night at