Mood Indigo are two words you don’t often see put together. Which is appropriate, as I’ve never seen a film put together quite like Michel Gondry’s latest movie of the same name.
The living deity that is Bill Murray has a new film coming out next month, and appropriately enough it’s called St Vincent.
Kevin Kline plays a fifty-something multiple divorcee with a string of unpublished novels behind him in Israel Horowitz’s adaptation of his own stage play, My Old Lady.
It was just a matter of time before Hollywood got round to telling the story of The Godfather of Soul, and that’s exactly what happens in the James Brown shaped Get On Up.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s new film The Imitation Game goes a long way to setting Alan Turing’s record, ah, straight as Britain’s greatest war hero.
Eclectic act Siro-A are Japan’s answer to the Blue Man Group, crossed with a live action video game.
Tom Hardy channels the spirit of Christopher Walken’s idiot brother in James Gandolfini’s final film, The Drop.
With xmas just around the corner, that can mean just one thing… Peter Jackson’s last Tolkien shaped behemoth The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is almost upon us.
Interstellar is a giant sized idea of a film that, even by the grandiose scale of Christopher Nolan’s previous films, cranks the epic up to eleven.
From the Flight Of The Conchords shaped mind of Jemaine Clement comes What We Do In The Shadows, which might just be the first vampire film in decades worth watching.
Do we really want our media to suckle at the teat of an octogenarian Australian with an unfathomably hot wife? This is the argument Andrew Whyment’s Long Story Short explores.
Richard Crawford brings his Secret Theatre experience to London this month, with this British spin on the infamous Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs.
!950’s London, flamboyantly attired Nazi’s, political stands and the universal language of true love, it’s all here in writer Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride.
New Robert Downey Jr film The Judge, tells the story of a big-shot city lawyer who only defends the guilty as the innocent cannot afford him.
Fashion designer Agnes b’s directorial debut My Name Is Hmmm is the story of a family in crisis, rudely interrupted by a road movie.
1971, was a turbulent year for Northern Ireland – and that’s putting it lightly. This is the incendiary setting that forms the backdrop for Yann Demange’s feature film directorial debut, ’71.
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