The third in the critically acclaimed Short Sharp Shocks BFI Flipside series as it continues its ongoing mission to curate an alternative Brit-screen history of overlooked rarities in deluxe home-entertainment editions
The third in the critically acclaimed BFI Flipside series – continuing its ongoing mission to curate an alternative Brit-screen history of overlooked rarities in deluxe home-entertainment editions – is a further compelling compendium of strange, striking, thrilling, horrific, eerie and eccentric short subjects from the heyday of the British cinematic supporting programme.
Settle down for another strange cinematic journey through uncanny stories, twists in the tale, low-budget weirdness, stylish spectacle, avant-garde art, peculiar public information, monstrous music and provocative experiment – many ultra-rare and all with oodles of atmosphere and in High Definition.
- Return to Glennascaul (Hilton Edwards, 1951, 22 mins)
- Strange Stories (John Guillermin and Don Chaffey, 1953, 45 mins)
- Strange Experiences (1955, 10 mins)
- Maze (Bob Bentley, 1970, 15 mins)
- Skinflicker (Tony Bicât, 1973, 41 mins)
- Beach Litter: Broken Bottle (1 min)
- Firework: Chick (1 min)
- Wings of Death (Nichola Bruce and Michael Coulson, 1985, 20 mins)
- The Terminal Game (Geoff Lowe, 1982, 40 mins)