On a night that saw Hollywood celebrate the 90th annual Academy Awards and Jimmy Kimmel host his second Oscars...
Jon Voight is a veteran actor whose career has spanned decades and extended to awards wins in the form...
Widely regarded as one of the most disastrous and best bad movies of all time, 2003’s The Room, starring...
On a night that saw Hollywood celebrate the 90th annual Academy Awards and Jimmy Kimmel host his second Oscars ceremony in a row, it was Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape Of Water that came out as ultimate victor. You can check out the full list of winners from last... Read more
Brits in LA are excited to announce that comedian and actress Lucie Pohl will host this years Toscars. Lucie is known for her outstanding work in Red Dwarf XI, Showtime’s Homeland, Mercy on Blizzards Overwatch and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. With 5 stars reviews for her sold out comedy shows Lucie is bound to... Read more
As this year’s Oscar nominations are revealed, you may be upset to see that your personal favourite has been missed of the list. But while the awards are spread, rightly, wider and wider, it still leaves a lot of movies out in the cold, and it always has. So... Read more
Jon Voight is a veteran actor whose career has spanned decades and extended to awards wins in the form of an Academy Award and multiple Golden Globes. Having starred in a variety of roles, the father of Angelina Jolie now takes on what is a rather personal and warming... Read more
Widely regarded as one of the most disastrous and best bad movies of all time, 2003’s The Room, starring Tommy Wiseau is a supremely dividing film, but one that is certainly of huge interest with regards to its cult status and just how the production of the movie went.... Read more
After notching two Golden Globe wins and a subsequent Best Actress nomination at this year’s Oscars, the Isabelle Huppert-driven Elle – the first film in a decade from director Paul Verhoeven – is set to make its home entertainment release bow, with plenty of fans out there waiting to get... Read more
The Oscars this year may have been dominated by the headlines created by the groundbreaking mistake that saw La La Land and Moonlight embroiled in a Best Picture debacle, but one film that deserved much praise and plaudits was Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester By The Sea. Very much a film... Read more
This Oscar’s, continuing the trend of previous years, provided its fair share of truly inspiring stories brought to life by the most impressive of filmmakers. Among those up for the Best Picture award was audience favourite, Hidden Figures, the inspiring untold story of three black women whose contributions to... Read more
A darling of last year’s Cannes Film Festival and a film we very much enjoyed – as you can see from our review – the Oscar-nominated Toni Erdmann is now set for its home entertainment release. Available in the UK from 29th May on Blu-ray and DVD, Toni Erdmann... Read more
Taking its rightful place among the classics of cinema that have won the ultimate Academy Award in the Best Picture category, Barry Jenkins’ astonishing Moonlight captivated and entranced audiences the world over with its undeniable portrayal of a young black male growing up with the challenges of sexuality, drugs... Read more
It may not have won the Best Picture award that eventful night at The Oscars last month, but it’s fair to say that La La Land came away the ultimate victor and has quite simply captivating audiences from its very first screenings to critics to the moment regular audiences... Read more