With news of a Toni Erdmann remake starring Kristen Wiig & Jack Nicholson, we ask the question that everyone...
Words by Erik Winther Scary novels have captivated readers since Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in 1817, and scary movies have kept viewers enthralled since at least 1910, when no less a filmmaker than Thomas Edison released his 16-minute silent adaptation of that same novel. Many people enjoyed the stagy black-and-white movie, and... Read more
The 1975 adaptation of a best-selling Ken Kesey novel, which to this day is still considered an undisputed classic of that decade along with being an intelligent cinematic depiction of mental health and its practices, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest is returning to UK cinemas later this year.... Read more
With news of a Toni Erdmann remake starring Kristen Wiig & Jack Nicholson, we ask the question that everyone is thinking: why?Read more
Another day, another case of Hollywood looking to capitalise once again on the success of a foreign hit. Gracing the likes of Cannes where it received widespread acclaim for the wonderful humour scattered throughout its father/daughter narrative, we deemed Toni Erdmann which is now in UK cinemas ‘the German... Read more