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6 of cinema's most terrifying dystopian worlds
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Interview: Sofia Black D'Elia
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Why Secret Cinema's Star Wars is the best thing you can do this summer

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7 dialogue-free films that speak volumes

None of the words, all of the cuteness.

Film Trailer: Nine Lives

Kevin Spacey transforms into a cat. Plus, the return of Jennifer Garner.

Interview: Russell Crowe and Shane Black

Buddy cop comedy The Nice Guys lands on UK shores next week.

Film Trailer: The Colony

Emma Watson stars in this dramatic new thriller.

Film Review: Sing Street

The feel-good film of the year, it will surely leave a mark

Film Review: The Nice Guys

Lethal Weapon writer and buddy cop enthusiast Shane Black finally returns to the genre he first blasted onto our screens 30 years ago, and with ridiculously enthusiastic results.

Film Review: X-Men: Apocalypse

The mutants are back, this time to defeat Apocalypse.

Watch this exclusive clip from Everybody Wants Some

Everybody Wants Some is out today. Check out this exclusive clip.

Film Review: Alice Through The Looking Glass

All of these characters and more would fare better without their heads.

Interview: Jeremy Saulnier

Ahead of the release of his gloriously brutal slasher-thriller Green Room, we sat down and chatted with exciting new director Jeremy Saulnier about his career so far.

Film Review: Green Room

Recent Sundance favourite Jeremy Saulnier hits back with another nerve-shredding, genre-tinted masterwork in this hugely gritty slasher thriller.

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.

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