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


Film Review: Francesca @ FrightFest 2016

The spirit of giallo is very much alive and kicking in Luciano Onetti’s loving, if a little dry, homage to the classic Italian subgenre.

Film Review: Let Her Out @ FrightFest 2016

Another day, another neon-soaked nightmare. The 80s horror renaissance continues, delivered this time from the far-off regions of Canada.

Biggie's son speaks on his new film, Kanye West and his parents

Christopher Wallace Jr is making moves.

Film Trailer: A United Kingdom

A United Kingdom tells the story of the King of Bechuanaland and Ruth Williams, a London office worker whom he marries in the face of fierce opposition.

Interview: “Scream Queen” Barbara Crampton

We sat down with legendary scream queen Barbara Crampton to talk young fans and the changing face of the horror film community.

Film Review: Little Men

Ira Sachs’ newest release is a charming and heart-warming tale of conflict, friendship and love.

Edgar Wright takes over London’s Picturehouse Central with cult film season

Every Monday from 12th September to 17th October, the fan-favourite director will be screening one of his favourite movies at Picturehouse’s flagship London theatre.

Film Review: Tank 432

Ben Wheatley lends his name to a frustratingly wobbly psychological horror, entirely set within a tank.

7 of the most memorable Robert De Niro performances

On today, his 73rd birthday, we take a look back at some of his most memorable roles.

Kidulthood: A blueprint for UK cinema

When Kidulthood was released in 2006 it kick-started a game-changing movie franchise that laid-bare the reality of British inner city life.

Method Acting: The sacrifices made by seven of the best actors

From Denzel Washington to Rooney Mara, these actors really take their roles seriously.

Film Trailer: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Darth Vader makes a brief appearance in this latest teaser.

Film Review: Campfire Story

Kristian Kane and Lewis Carter’s low-rent horror send-up proves that student shorts deserve a lot more attention.

Six life lessons we learned from Robin Williams

Two years since his tragic death, we contemplate the life lessons we've learned from the iconic actor and comedian.

Film Review: Lights Out

It is our visceral fear of the dark that this film plays off, while introducing other horror tropes without making them feel cliché. While not outstanding, Lights Out is still one of the better horrors on offer.

Another cinema chain (very nearly) bites the dust

Empire Cinemas have quietly sold off some of their biggest locations, including their main Leicester Square cinema - one of London’s core IMAX theatres.

China’s cinema boom dwindles as ticket sales slump

Could financial caution and overt censorship be why Chinese audiences are avoiding the silver screen?

Film Review: Café Society

Another year, another Woody Allen movie, but this time, the veteran New Yorker has most definitely got his groove back.

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