Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Classic Film: Psycho


Equal parts revolutionary and risqué in its time, Psycho has gone on to embed itself in our collective cinematic lexicon and reshape horror for over half a century.

Tuesday, 26 July 2016

SDCC 2016 Roundup


The gigantic pop culture event that is San Diego Comic Con has wrapped for another year, leaving a deep pool of trailers, posters and revelations for fans of film, TV and general geekdom to pour over. 

It can be easy to miss something amongst the frenetic headlines and excitable Tweets so I've done the best I can to compile the big stories from the weekend in this nifty little roundup. Which news story from SDCC 2016 has got you most excited? Let's chat in the comments section down below!

Monday, 25 July 2016

Film Review: Batman - The Killing Joke


The Killing Joke is the latest Batman storyline to receive the animated treatment - but can the film match the notoriety of its source material?

Saturday, 23 July 2016

Film Review: Lights Out


It might seem a little silly, but we all fear the dark on some level; whether its a lifetime of horror films or a subconscious hangover from childhood, pitch dark is an inherently unsettling thing to find yourself in - and David F. Sandberg's movie Lights Out aims to hammer home exactly why we should all fear the dark.

Thursday, 21 July 2016

Film Review: Star Trek Beyond


To infinity and beyond? The crew of the USS Enterprise journey further into the final frontier than ever before in Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond.

Monday, 18 July 2016

Film Review: Our Kind of Traitor


Our Kind of Traitor is a sleek, sombre spy film perfect for fans of pulpy airport novels.

Interview: Susanna White


Primetime television drama has been proven to be an effective staging ground for Susanna White’s silver screen career; the veteran British director is best known for her work behind the camera on projects such as Jane Eyre and Generation Kill, both of which were nominated for Emmys. She also won a BAFTA in 2006 for her work on TV serial Bleak House, which starred a young Carey Mulligan.

Saturday, 16 July 2016

Film Review: Ghostbusters


It's the movie that fuelled thousands of angry comments across the Internet - but is the 2016 reboot of Ghostbusters worthy of the hate and vitriol? This is my review...

Friday, 15 July 2016

Film Review: Demolition


Demolition is about Davis (Jake Gyllenhaal), an emotionally-distant investment banker who rips up the rulebook and starts his life afresh after the sudden death of his wife.

Sunday, 10 July 2016

Film Review: Goldstone


Goldstone is a hard-boiled Australian crime drama set in a rural Outback town of the same name; it sees director Ivan Sen refine his craft with a superior sequel to his 2013 film Mystery Road.

Sunday, 3 July 2016

Film Review: Central Intelligence


Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to not laugh at least once during Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson’s fantastically funny, freewheeling spy comedy, Central Intelligence. If you succeed, you’re probably dead inside. Sorry.

Friday, 1 July 2016

Film Review: The BFG


Walt Disney, Steven Spielberg and Roald Dahl is a potent mixture that makes for a mouthwatering proposition; but does this holy trinity work in tandem to create something extra special with The BFG?

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