A filmmaker gets more than he bargained for when he strikes up an online friendship with a young girl and ends up falling for her older sister. He sets off on a cross-country trip to meet the mysterious Megan, and learns a few lessons about online love. Or does he? You be the judge.
Discover the hidden history of six classic midnight movies of the 1970s: El Topo, Night of the Living Dead, The Harder the Come, Pink Flamingos, Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Eraserhead. These low budget films, shown at midnight, transformed the way we make and watch movies, films that re-invented the medium while pushing the boundaries of “bad taste”.
"The very fact that it was playing at midinight was almost a brand name, it was a genre, it sounded forbidden: 'A midnight movie'."
- John Waters
A "real-life documdrama of the highest degree", Kevin McDonald's BAFTA-award-winning film recreates the extraordinary, life-threatening events of Joe Simpson and Simon Yates' fateful excursion to the Andes. The film has the best of both genres: the authentic stamp of factual storytelling and the edge-of-the-seat tension of a dramatic movie.