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Film Review: Captain America: Civil War

A superhero showdown that doesn't disappoint.

Film Review: Everybody Wants Some

Richard Linklater's latest is an unconventional, witty and riotous gem.

Film Trailer: Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

Stop everything, Darling – a new trailer for Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie is here.

Film Review: Captain America: Civil War

Marvel Studios' long-awaited hero vs hero showdown may just be another chapter in their endless cinematic story, but it's also arguably one of their most polished and entertaining efforts to date.

28 Days Later: My night avoiding the virus at Secret Cinema

I stepped into 28 Days Later's post-apocalyptic world.

Film Review: Bastille Day

John Luther and Robb Stark team up for a poorly-timed bomb chase through the streets of Paris, that seems almost destined to be buried.

How I got a cast together for my first short film

Bringing your characters to life on the page is tricky enough, but at least the responsibility lies solely with you as the writer. When it comes to bringing them to life on screen, like everything else with filmmaking – that takes collaboration.

Film Review: The Man Who Knew Infinity

The Man Who Knew Infinity stars Dev Patel as the renowned mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, who, despite growing up in poverty in India, made extraordinary contributions to mathematics.

Witness the return of the Galactic Empire in the first Rogue One trailer

Star Wars is back for another round, this time with a prequel that looks positively bonkers, in the best way possible.

From Utopia to Hollywood with Alexandra Roach

The star of Channel 4’s roaringly brilliant Utopia, Alexandra Roach has her sights now firmly set on Hollywood with a supporting role in new fantasy thriller The Huntsman: Winter’s War.

Film Review: Boulevard

A sincere and heart-wrenching performance turns this predictable story of coming-out into the elegant swan song Robin Williams so deserved.

Film Review: The Jungle Book

The latest classic to get the Disney 21st-century recharge is Rudyard Kipling’s beloved children’s adventure tale, and thank heavens they got this one right.

Chatting dwarves with Rob Brydon & Nick Frost

We sat down with two of the country’s funniest comedians to chat about their latest roles as dwarves in The Huntsman: Winter’s War.

Film Review: The Absent One

Mikkel Norgaard's  Nordic noir-style mystery thriller The Absent One  follows detectives Carl Morck (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) and his colleague Assad (Fares Fares) as they attempt to discover the truth about a 20-year-old double homicide case. 

Film Review: The Huntsman: Winter's War

A semi-sequel, semi-prequel to a disappointing fairytale reimagining, now bereft of its original protagonist? How this ever seemed like a good idea we'll never know.

Film Review: Martyrs

The Goetz brothers try to recreate the miserable magic of Pascal Laugier's truly demented French horror gem, but in the process find something significantly more unpleasant.

Film Review: Midnight Special

In a genre overrun with movies that replace narrative with explosions and effects Midnight Special is a rare treat.

Hidden Horror Hits of 2016

Many may see 2016 as yet another year of superhero domination, but there are also plenty of low-budget horrors just as worthy of your time.

Film Review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Spoiler-free review of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

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