Movie Siblings: Keeping It In The Hollywood Family
The idea of Hollywood being one big happy family is about as cheesy as it gets.  Yet, like most...
You Should Be Reading: January Book Adaptations
Last month began my monthly feature, You Should Be Reading, with the end of what 2016 had to offer...
Live By Night Home Entertainment Release Details
The latest film to see Ben Affleck working from the director’s chair – as well as working in front of the camera – Live By Night is set for its home entertainment release. The film, starring Affleck, Elle Fanning, Sienna Miller, Chris Cooper, Zoe Saldana, Chris Messina and Brendan... Read more
Warner Bros Team With Werble For Exclusive Photo App
With Live By Night now in cinemas, Warner Bros have this week announced a special partnership with Werble, a new British app that allows mobile phone users to utilise film grade special effects on their photos for free. The partnership is the newest way to market specific films and,... Read more
Movie Siblings: Keeping It In The Hollywood Family
The idea of Hollywood being one big happy family is about as cheesy as it gets.  Yet, like most clichés, there’s a grain of truth lurking in there somewhere.  Because the movie business has spawned a number of dynasties that show no signs of fading away. The roll call... Read more
Live By Night (2017) Review
Having Ben Affleck in the director’s chair has produced nothing but success up until now, but can he go four for four with his gangster noir Live By Night? The rehabilitation of Affleck’s career was complete when his third feature, Argo, which he also starred in, was crowned Best... Read more
New Featurette For Ben Affleck’s Live By Night
By the end of 2017 he’ll be back in action as Bruce Wayne/Batman in Zach Snyder’s (Watchmen/300) Justice League (released alongside the likes of Henry Cavill’s Superman and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman), but Ben Affleck (Argo) is kicking off the year with a ‘passion project’ as he transports us back... Read more
You Should Be Reading: January Book Adaptations
Last month began my monthly feature, You Should Be Reading, with the end of what 2016 had to offer in terms of book adaptations. Now it’s time to step into the new year and to take a look at what adaptations are being released in January 2017. With two... Read more