Arrow are delighted to announce the UK release of Ismael’s Ghosts, in cinemas from 1st June 2018. The film opened the prestigious Cannes Film Festival in 2017, where it received its World Premiere. It then went on to screen in Official Competition at the 2017 New York Film Festival.... Read more
Marion Cotillard stars in wartime romance, From the Land of the Moon. Our official verdict is in.
The Eurocinema channel has arrived in the UK and is showing quite a few French comedies this month. So if you’ve never watched a movie produced the other side of the English Channel, this could be your chance to sample the humour. But what should us anglophones expect from... Read more
Alive faces her toughest challenge yet in video-game sequel Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. Here’s our official verdict.
Historically, movie adaptations of video games have got a bad rep. Perhaps the translation of game to movie doesn’t quite mesh, changing an interactive activity into a passive one, or maybe it’s simply because the majority of attempts have been terrible. There are, of course, exceptions to the rule, so where... Read more
Despite an apparent mis-step in the relationship between David Ayer and Warner Bros seeing Suicide Squad clearly chopped and changed to create critical havoc earlier this year, this week saw the confirmation that the director is to return to DC realms and bring to life Gotham City Sirens, fronted... Read more
Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard lead this fantastic first clip from the forthcoming Assassin’s Creed adaptation.
Brad Pitt may have been in the headlines recently for reasons other than his acting career, but he is certainly back with a bang this week as his wartime drama Allied hits cinemas, with the great man starring alongside Marion Cotillard. To celebrate the impending release of Allied, for... Read more
Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard star in Robert Zemeckis’ wartime mystery drama Allied. Read our official verdict here.
A new TV spot for videogame adaptation Assassin’s Creed has arrived, but will it spell success for the movie or will it be another fail for the sub-genre?