The Gandhi Murder – New film questions whether the British  were complicit in Gandhi’s Assassination?
THE EDGE Coming to theatres & across all platforms in July 2019
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The Favourite – Film Review (Venice Film Festival 2018)
Only Yorgos Lanthimos could make a film about backstabbing-bitchiness, treachery and duck-racing a viable candidate for a Best Picture contender. The Favourite is Lanthimos’ third English-speaking film, following on from his success with The Lobster (2015) and The Killing of a Scared Deer (2017) and will be regarded by... Read more
First Man – Movie Review (Venice Film Festival 2018)
  Three…Two…One, We have lift-off. Not only did the 75th Venice Film Festival complete it’s ignition sequence but Damien Chazelle’s First Man erupted with enough thrust to get all the film journalists in Lido giddy-with-excitement – exclaiming the race for next years Best Picture had begun. You couldn’t even exit... Read more
Review of the Gambler Movie (2014)
Whether playing or watching, gambling has always been one of the most exciting and thrilling pastimes, from casino gambling, poker games, horse betting, hustling and everything in between. Hollywood industry has felt the breeze of its popularity and released many gambling-based movies that you must watch if you haven’t... Read more
10 Questions with Chris Sun, Director of BOAR
Are you really named Christopher after horror icon Christopher Lee? Sure am, my mum loved him as an actor and I guess I scored his name. Your past horrors – DADDY’S LITTLE GIRL, COME AND GET ME, CHARLIE’S FARM – were all R rated and came with some controversy.... Read more
Movie Review: Juno
Ellen Page and Michael Cera Bring Teen Pregnancy to the Big Screen Juno Cover Art, Art Directors: Michael Diner & Catherine Schroer Written by Diablo Cody and directed by Jason Reitman, this film about an unexpected pregnancy will speak to anyone who has felt like a stranger in his... Read more
“Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero” in cinemas this Friday, 10 August 2018
“Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero” to be released in cinemas this Friday, 10 August 2018. Directed by Richard Lanni, “Sgt Stubby: An Unlikely Hero” is a true story of a stray dog who joins his new master on the battlefields of the First World War. For his valorous actions, Sgt. Stubby... Read more
THE WILD BOYS To Arrive on Mubi
THE WILD BOYS, a film by Bertrand Mandico will be streaming on Mubi from 14 September with a special preview screening at close-up Cinema on 13 September “A sweetly dirty-minded erotic fantasia” Jonathan Romney, Film Comment In the early 1900s, five teenagers from rich families are sent on a repressive cruise after... Read more
10 Great Movies That Are Based on True Stories
It’s no secret that some of the film industry’s most critically-acclaimed masterpieces are based on the real-life stories of individuals who either have made a mark in history or have gone through remarkable triumphs in life. Many of these true-to-life films remain popular and well-liked years—and even decades—after their... Read more
Best Comedy Movies Releasing in 2019
British comedies are all lined up for 2019 and we can hardly wait. Mark your calendars for these upcoming laugh-out-loud films set to release next year: Blinded by the Light This hybrid musical-slash-heart-warming comedy-drama is an adaptation of Sarfraz Manzoor’s memoir entitled, “Greetings from Bury Park,” which chronicles the... Read more
List of Top Biography Movies Released Since 2000
The noughties has seen its fair share of biopics, each offering an exceptional portrayal of real-life characters the public has grown to know and love. This list is in no way a comprehensive collection of the best biographical movies released over the last decade, but it does include some... Read more
Top Upcoming Thriller Movies in 2019
This year is far from over, but movie buffs are already anticipating next year’s thrill-fest of a cinema line-up. From the latest instalment of the 007 series to hot remakes of classic 80’s mysteries and some exciting new releases, there is definitely much to get excited about in terms... Read more
BFI Flare 2018 – Freak Show Review
Let your freak flag fly! In a year that is seeing Love, Simon making a genuine case for a mainstream LGBTQ+ romantic comedy in the bankable teen box office market, Freak Show is perhaps a lesser known offering, but it is as deserving of the attention that the aforementioned... Read more