COLD PURSUIT IN CINEMAS 22 FEBRUARY 2019 STARRING LIAM NEESON, TOM BATEMAN, LAURA DERN and EMMY ROSSUM STUDIOCANAL are thrilled...
Lawrie Brewster’s Automata to premiere at FrightFest Glasgow. The lavish, gothic chiller will screen at Arrow FrightFest’s 14th annual...
The 15th annual festival will open on 20 February with UK premiere of Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid90s Festival...
Written and directed by Charles C. Moore, MADTOWN, follows a troubled young man, Briggs (Milo Ventimiglia), who flashes back to the demons of his past when his sister is released from her twenty-year prison sentence for the murder of their parents. Briggs must confront his estranged sister and deal... Read more
Chastain is incredible in Aaron Sorkin’s impressive debut directorial stint. Jumping into the directorial chair for the first time, Aaron Sorkin has forged his name into cinema history as one of the remarkable writers of this generation. The wordsmith has stamped his mark on the film industry with his... Read more
Netflix cop/fantasy mash-up misfires After a year which has included Okja, The Meyerowitz Stories and Mudbound, Netflix – correction, Netflix Originals – aims to finish 2017 on a high with the closest it’s come so far to a big Hollywood-style blockbuster. Bright has the star (Will Smith), the director... Read more
We all know of the immense directorial talents of Christopher Nolan, having experience his Dark Knight trilogy, Inception, The Prestige and beyond, but he may have forged his greatest film in the form of Dunkirk, a war epic that doesn’t need to rely upon graphic violence and overstated set... Read more
Rian Johnson invigorates the Star Wars saga with an adventurous and surprising entry into the series. There is a specific moment in Rian Johnson’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi that invokes feelings of being a child watching Star Wars for the first time and gives us an indicator that... Read more
James Franco delivers a career best performance in the best comedy of the year. Hollywood is a dark place at the moment, now more so than ever, but there is a shining light and it comes in the most unexpected of places. The Disaster Artist is in many ways,... Read more
A dinner that rarely delivers on its main course… It’s always a joy to witness Steve Coogan around a dinner table. After all, in recent times, he’s enthralled us with his impressions and random chatter with Rob Brydon in the brilliant The Trip, but his latest venture is a... Read more
Wonder wears its heart on its sleeve, and anchored by a brilliant performance by Jacob Tremblay, the film is a delight. August Pullman (Jacob Tremblay) seems just like your typical kid. He has similar aspirations to many other children, and is particularly passionate about science and space travel. He... Read more
A fascinating insight into one of football’s greatest legends. Whenever you ask a die-hard Liverpool Football Club fan or indeed a well-versed football fan to name an icon in football management then the name of Bill Shankly has a high probability of popping up. Widely regarded as one of... Read more
Strong trilogies are something that are very hard to come by these days, with the likelihood that by the time you reach the third film in a series the wheels have almost come off in terms of sheer quality of content. While Captain America and The Dark Knight may... Read more
A vibrant yet ultimately messy sci-fi caper. When entering into the realms of sci-fi, and more specifically the space opera, one can’t help but look past the names of Star Wars and Star Trek. Such established properties are the cornerstone of the genre and when a new property is... Read more
Yet another Christmas Carol The Man Who Invented Christmas begs a question. Why? Why do we need yet another version of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol? After the Muppets, Bill Murray and all the more traditional adaptations, what’s left? If you want an answer, it’s not in the film.... Read more