EE BAFTA Awards 2018 Winners In Full
At last night’s EE British Academy Film Awards Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was named Best Film and Outstanding...
EE BAFTA Awards 2018 Attendees Confirmed
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has today confirmed a number of nominees, presenters and other...
Top Films To Watch This Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day let us at Filmoria light those candles, put on a wonderful three-course meal and finish it...
The Shallows DVD Review
Not since Jaws have we truly witnessed a shark movie that can be regarded as something refreshing and, most importantly, full of fear and dread. We’ve seen genetically modified beasts of the sea (Deep Blue Sea) and the threat of being stranded at sea (Open Water) but these are... Read more
Sully: Miracle On The Hudson (2016) Review

Tom Hanks takes the hot seat onboard Clint Eastwood’s plane in Sully: Miracle on the Hudson. Here’s our review.

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Up For Love DVD Review
Remember the last time that Jean Dujardin did something that etched in your mind for a prolonged period? Chances are, it was probably Oscar darling The Artist, his last truly solid outing. True, we’ve seen him in The Wolf of Wall Street, Monuments Men and even a coffee ad... Read more
Moana (2016) Review

Moana (2016) Review

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When people think of Disney animation they instantly ready their glances in the direction of Pixar, the studio that instantly strikes a chord when it comes to anything involving toys that come alive, talking cars, forgettable fish and beyond. While that may be the wise choice, it pays to... Read more
The Important And Striking Wonderkid Receives The Coverage It Deserves
It began as a successful Kickstarter campaign as its potent promotional video narrated by the incomparable Sir Ian McKellen (X-Men: Days Of Future Past), drove home the daunting prospect of walking out to a packed Wembley Stadium as fans of the opposition mocked and taunted a player, simply because... Read more
Loving (2017) Review

Loving (2017) Review

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When Loving was in production, or even when writer/director Jeff Nichols was penning the screenplay, you have to wonder whether there was a crystal ball involved.  Surely the producers (one of whom is Colin Firth), had no idea just how incredibly relevant the story of Mildred and Richard Loving... Read more
The Wailing (2016) Review

Here’s our official verdict on the South Korean mystery horror which is stunning audiences & critics alike: The Wailing.

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Till We Meet Again (2016) Review
The shaky-cam effect of its opening sequence, complimented by the nervous body language of Johan Matton’s Erik captured through extreme close-ups as he stands on a subway platform. Through life, many of us often grow disillusioned by the familiarity of our surroundings and mundane nature of our careers, lamenting... Read more
United States Of Love (2016) Review

Tomasz Wasilewski’s ambient & chilling depiction of erotica makes United States of Love an unflinching watch. Here’s our review.

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Top 10 Christmas Movies for the Whole Family
Nothing quite gets you in the Christmas spirit like settling down on a snowy day in front of a Christmas movie. Our top picks of Christmas flicks are fun for all the family, they might not be on TV daily but you might find them on Kodi.  Which ones... Read more
Bad Santa 2 (2016) Review

Billy Bob Thornton returns as the outrageous and politically incorrect Willie Soke in Bad Santa 2. Check out our official review here.

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Allied (2016) Review

Allied (2016) Review

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Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard star in Robert Zemeckis’ wartime mystery drama Allied. Read our official verdict here.

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