No other light source illuminates a night-time scene the way neon does. Unlike other lighting, however, rather than removing the threat of the dark, it's nightmarish tones can make onscreen landscapes all the more terrifying. With the arrival of Josh and Benny Safdie's hypnotic nightmare 'Good Time' in Cinemas and exclusively on Curzon Home Cinema, we shine a luminous light on other films that utilise a neon aesthetic to intoxicating effect. Whether it’s a crime about to be committed or narrowly avoided, a killer on the loose, a family under threat or a demon in pursuit, the hallucinogenic hue of neon makes familiar worlds strange. Lose yourself in these highly-adrenalised tales of danger and destruction, from the streets of LA in 'Drive' and the clubs of Tokyo in Gaspar Noé’s 'Enter the Void', via suburban America ('It Follows'), to the underbelly of Rome in 'Suburra', and the exploration of a lurid South Korean landscape in ‘The Villainess’.