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Film Review: Imperium

Daniel Radcliffe takes on white supremacy and his best role to date.

Interview: Imperium Director Daniel Ragussis

Daniel Ragussis on how humanising monsters is our best chance of defeating their ideologies.

Woody Allen Remastered: 5 Essential Early Comedies

With a whole bunch of Woody Allen’s classic 1970s comedies finally making the jump to blu-ray this month, we take a look back at some of his best and boldest.

Film Review: Christine @ London Film Festival 2016

Rebecca Hall is at the very top of her game in this often gripping true life/newsroom drama from the director of Simon Killer.

The best Stephen King film adaptations

Celebrating Stephen King's birthday, we take a look at some of his best stories that have also been made into great films.

Film Trailer: Annabelle 2

Watch the announcement trailer celebrating the return of the terrifying Annabelle doll

Film Review: The Girl With All The Gifts

Can this adaptation of the 2014 hit novel bring something new to the 21st century zombie?

Film Review: Bridget Jones's Baby

Bridget is back and still as joyous and funny as ever.

Next year's Oscars is looking to be more diverse than ever

With the controversy of #OscarsSoWhite surrounding the 2016 Oscars, next year is looking promising in being one of the most diverse ever.

Why we all have an inner Bridget Jones

We all have our tough days, weeks, months... years

Film Review: Blair Witch

Venturing back into the Black Hills of Maryland, the reknowned Blair Witch is back in the terrifying sequal to The Blair Witch Project

Film Review: Don't Breathe

The new and brilliant horror from newcomer Fede Alvarez.

The Toxic Avenger and 6 other potential remakes that are just taking the piss

These remakes are probably - definitely - going to prove disastrous.

Blair Witch and 6 other found footage greats

Ahead of the release of Blair Witch this week, we take a look back at some more found footage flicks

Film Review: A Hologram for the King

Tom Hanks’ latest nice-guy endeavour falls flat in Tom Tykwer’s A Hologram for the King.

Watch: The birth of a new kick-ass heroine in the trailer for Never Let Go

Angela Dixon gives Liam Neeson a run-for-his money in this female-centric Taken-style thriller.

Film Review: Free State of Jones

Matthew McConaughey stars as the charismatic leader Newton Knight in this American Civil War drama

Check out Dawn of the Deaf, one of the most unique zombie movies ever

Exciting new director Rob Savage just debuted his zombie short Dawn of the Deaf to huge acclaim at festivals all around the world, and it’s totally different to anything you’ve ever seen before.

Ken Loach to receive Raindance auteur award

British filmmaker Ken Loach is being honoured with the very first Raindance auteur award

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