Five Keys, New Mexico is the latest destination for the Insidious series as the latest movie in the continuing...
We all love the idea of having a superpower and there’s a wide range of super-human abilities seen on...
From her planned one-off appearance in Batman: The Animated Series to blockbuster stardom, over the years Harley Quinn has...
With The Ritual having proved at this year’s Toronto Film Festival that horror is still well and truly on the map, we took the opportunity to pose some questions to Director of Photography, Andrew Shulkind, as he talked the horror genre, working on the film and much more… Horror... Read more
Every now and then, a film comes along with links to gambling. Some of these films go on to become blockbusters, even cult favourites – movies like Casino and Rain Man spring immediately to mind. While others don’t quite catch the imagination, even for the gambling-inclined. So with the... Read more
What starts off great soon turns out a disappointment – never mind.. The 1980s were kind to Richard Thorncroft (Julian Barratt), a time when he was on top of the television tree with his hit show Mindhorn, a detective series that saw him don a robotic eye with eyepatch... Read more
Bookings open today for the Into Film Festival 2017 – the world’s biggest free, youth film festival, which takes place from November 8th to 24th with 3000 free screenings and events for 5-19 year-olds, many linked to subjects in the curriculum. Open to schools, colleges, youth leaders and home... Read more
Five Keys, New Mexico is the latest destination for the Insidious series as the latest movie in the continuing franchise, Insidious: The Last Key sees Lin Shaye’s Dr. Elise Rainier investigating a haunting in a place she remembers dearly – her own family home. This may well be her... Read more
We all love the idea of having a superpower and there’s a wide range of super-human abilities seen on TV and on the big screen. One of the most notable powers depicted has to be super speed, donned by the likes of comic book characters from The Flash to... Read more
Words By Owen Trewartha Edgy, flash-in-the-pan, or cinema’s most intriguing genre? The state of western cinema has become generally stale and shows signs of regressing into the more cookie cutter and heavily profit-driven style of ‘golden age’ Hollywood. A conveyor belt of the same film being reproduced over and... Read more
From her planned one-off appearance in Batman: The Animated Series to blockbuster stardom, over the years Harley Quinn has grown into her role as the ferociously fun trickster. To celebrate the release of Batman and Harley Quinn on Blu-ray™ and DVD on August 28, we’re taking a look at... Read more
Ahead of its highly-anticipated return, we provide ITV’s historical drama Victoria with the royal treatment.Read more
Words by Sophie Jackson The looming prospect of torture, the complete lack of control, the continuous uncertainty and increasing sense of claustrophobia – it’s no wonder moved about captivity and kidnapping fare so well with audiences. We’ve rounded up the top ten. This list will not examine hostage movies... Read more
“I’m telling you that ‘thing’ upstairs isn’t my daughter…” Forty-five years after William Peter Blatty’s best-selling novel terrified an entire generation, The Exorcist will be unleashed onto the West End stage for the very first time in a uniquely theatrical experience directed by Sean Mathias and adapted for the... Read more
Words by Owen Trewartha Gaming fans rejoice as we see the legendary Crash Bandicoot spin, jump and face-plant his way back onto our screens. After a long absence, Naughty Dog has jumped on the nostalgia train with other franchises such as Banjo-Kazooie (in the form of Yooka-Laylee) and Abe’s... Read more