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A colourful explosion of self-expression.

Freak Show review -an unapologetic celebration of self-identity

A colourful explosion of self-expression.

Have a first look at Damien Chazelle and Lenny Abrahamson's upcoming films in their all new trailers.

New trailers drop for First Man and The Little Stranger

Have a first look at Damien Chazelle and Lenny Abrahamson's upcoming films in their all new trailers.

Marc Meyer’s new biopic is not the suspense-filled thriller many viewers may expect.

My Friend Dahmer review - Ross Lynch shines in an otherwise dull narrative

Marc Meyer’s new biopic is not the suspense-filled thriller many viewers may expect.

Take a trip down a warped rabbit hole in Michael Pearce's feature-length debut.

Beast review - a meticulously crafted, manipulative journey

Take a trip down a warped rabbit hole in Michael Pearce's feature-length debut.

An incredible directorial debut from Cory Finley, Thoroughbreds is disturbing on a multitude of levels.

Thoroughbreds review - female friendship turns fatal

An incredible directorial debut from Cory Finley, Thoroughbreds is disturbing on a multitude of levels.

At the forefront of this biographical drama are two powerhouse performances.

Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool DVD review - Jamie Bell and Annette Bening shine on screen

At the forefront of this biographical drama are two powerhouse performances.

An energetic and heart-warming goodbye from the Bellas.

Film Review: Pitch Perfect 3

An energetic and heart-warming goodbye from the Bellas.

James Franco's latest film proves that even the world’s worst can be a triumph.

Film Review: The Disaster Artist

James Franco's latest film proves that even the world’s worst can be a triumph.

We take a look at some of the best family films contemporary cinema has to offer.

The best family films of the 21st century

We take a look at some of the best family films contemporary cinema has to offer.

Fast train, slow story and one incredible moustache.

Film Review: Murder on the Orient Express

Fast train, slow story and one incredible moustache.

Happy Death Day takes a fun new stab at the horror genre but doesn't quite execute all elements.

Creepy Coundown: Film Review: Happy Death Day

Happy Death Day takes a fun new stab at the horror genre but doesn't quite execute all elements.

Reese Witherspoon's latest rom-com fails to impress.

Film Review: Home Again

Reese Witherspoon's latest rom-com fails to impress.

In celebration of James Dean on the 62nd anniversary of his death.

James Dean: The Rebel Hollywood will never forget

In celebration of James Dean on the 62nd anniversary of his death.

Director Tini Tüllmann talks funding, story inspiration and the blessing that is Felix Schäfer.

“My mind somehow tends to head to the darkside” – An interview with Freddy/Eddy director, Tini Tullmann

Director Tini Tüllmann talks funding, story inspiration and the blessing that is Felix Schäfer.

An unnerving psychological thriller showcasing a stunning performance from its leading man.

Film Review: Freddy/Eddy @ FrightFest 2017

An unnerving psychological thriller showcasing a stunning performance from its leading man.

5 psychological thrillers that deserve your time.

A beginner's guide to psychological thrillers

5 psychological thrillers that deserve your time.

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