Sam Ashurst

Sam Ashurst is a freelance writer, cult film expert and VHS obsessive. He's interviewed David Lynch, Quentin Tarantino, George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Kermit the Frog. He's watched cat videos with Miranda July and held Scarlett Johansson in his arms. He enjoys bad '80s movies and tweeting gifs that express his feelings.

Still from "Suspiria"
Arts+CultureEverything you need to know about Italy’s Hitchcock
Arts+CultureThe Japanese director Quentin Tarantino is obsessed with
Still from "The Bang Gang"
Arts+CultureThese female filmmakers are about to blow up
Arts+CultureDeathgasm: the heavy metal horror that’s hilariously scary
Ronny Cox
Arts+CultureThe man who RoboCop shot dead lives on
Still from "Salad Days"
Arts+CultureThe intense doc that will make you see punk in a new way
Toxic Avenger
Arts+CultureThe most insane cult revenge films
Sameena Jabeen Ahmed
Arts+CultureThe actress FKA twigs taught to dance
Carey Mulligan and Matthias Schoenaerts
Arts+CultureA costume drama for the Instagram generation
Still from "Yangon Calling"
Arts+CultureWatch Burmese punks rebel against brutal military regime
The Anti-Christ
Arts+CultureHow Satanic are these cult horror films?
Catch Me Daddy
Arts+CultureNorthern England is brought to life in Catch Me Daddy
Arts+CultureThe dA-Zed guide to Wim Wenders
Samuel L Jackson in Pulp Fiction
Arts+CultureBlack actors and directors who were robbed of awards
Arts+CultureWatch an exclusive trailer for Ryan Gosling's Lost River
Inherent Vice
Arts+CulturePaul Thomas Anderson on his revolutionary stoner comedy
Arts+CultureTen filmmakers to watch in 2015
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Arts+CultureFilms to watch out for in 2015
henry plotnick
MusicHenry Plotnick’s atmospheric electro
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Arts+CultureElliot James Langridge: off the scales
MusicStream Bibio’s soundtrack for Men, Women & Children
Adam Sandler & Rosemarie DeWitt
Arts+CultureAs we STFU in real life, will movies follow?
Arts+CultureGo bat shit with these cult vampire flicks
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MusicWatch Breach and Kelis’ decade-defying new video