Film graduate from the University of Southampton, Film Editor for The National Student and general supporter of all things James Gunn, Taylor Swift and Aquaman. Aspiring writer of everything from reviews to screenplays. Part-time blogger. Full-time critic.
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This new 5 minute prologue for Alien: Covenant just revealed an exciting twist
Ridley Scott’s new Alien movie just released its five minute prologue online and hidden within it is something very interesting indeed.
First cast photo for the Han Solo spin-off movie gives us a look at the new stars
Our first look at Alden Ehrenreich as the famed space smuggler comes with a few extra casting announcements too.
The best Terminator film is finally being re-released in cinemas - but there’s a catch
James Cameron’s Terminator 2: Judgement Day, arguably the greatest sequel of all time, is finally making its way back to the big screen - there’s just one problem.
Film Review: Certain Women
Kelly Reichardt returns to small-town America with a cleverly written but otherwise ultra drab day-in-the-life drama.
The Great Wall, and 4 of the biggest Chinese movies ever
With China’s mega-money, Matt Damon-starring blockbuster The Great Wall landing today, we look back at some of the country’s other big releases.
Backyard Cinema returns with a Tarantino-themed immersive experience
Ever wanted to watch Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs and Kill Bill in an abandoned chapel? Now’s your chance.
Indie legend Lloyd Kaufman talks Trump, video-games and 50 years of movie-making
We found ourselves in a medieval crypt below a giant church, chatting to the founder of Troma Entertainment. It was a strange Thursday afternoon.
Sofia Coppola gives horror a hand in the new trailer for The Beguiled
The Oscar-winning director behind Lost in Translation and The Bling Ring gives her career an even darker kick with a new, very American remake.
Deserts, cannibals and Keanu Reeves pop up in the first badass trailer for The Bad Batch
See also: Jason Momoa in funky sunglasses and Suki Waterhouse looking fairly freaked out.
5 of the weirdest movie romances ever
Ditch the mushiness this Valentine’s Day and spend some time with some of the more alternative romances that film has to offer.
How Avengers: Infinity War is about to change everything
It’s all been building to this moment, and now we’ve finally got a first look inside what is sure to be the game-changing next Avengers movie, Infinity War.
This teaser for It Comes At Night will be the scariest thing you see today guaranteed
The new horror from critically acclaimed indie backers A24 takes things back to basics.
Japan’s craziest rock band take to the silver screen in the new trailer for We Are X
The Sundance-winning doc, featuring input from the likes of Stan Lee and Marilyn Manson, looks set to be a belter.
Blu-ray Review: Willie Dynamite
One of the blaxploitation era’s lesser-known titles gets the high-definition treatment, and we couldn’t be happier.
Groundhog Day: The Art of Repetition
With another Groundhog Day passing, we take a long look back at Harold Ramis’s classic American comedy and the legacy it left behind.
Screenwriter Simon Barrett talks Blair Witch secrets and fan reception
We spoke to one of the filmmakers behind last year’s controversial Blair Witch sequel to figure out just what went on with the film’s wobbly fan reception.
6 Films to Look Out For From Sundance 2017
It’s been another banner year for independent cinema in Park City, Utah and we’ve tried to round up all the best and brightest looking soon-to-be releases.