Interstellar, Christopher Nolan’s epic new sci-fi adventure starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway is almost upon us.
This year’s re-boot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles tells the familiar origin story of this pizza loving, sewer-dwelling quartet of heroes.
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.
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.
Halloween is vast approaching, and with it a slew of a cannily-scheduled scary movies. Queue a cinematic splatterfest full of sequels, remakes and spin-offs, of course, like Annabelle.
After another summer of big box office spectacles, autumn cinema paints in a rather different palette – like the biopic of a feminist French novelist from the mid twentieth century called Violette.
Gillian Flynn’s novel Gone Girl is now David Fight Club Fincher’s newest film, Gone Girl. Clearly everyone loved the title.
The film adaptation of Frank Miller’s 300 proved one of the breakout hits of 2006, but does the sequel 300: Rise Of An Empire live up to its predecessor?
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.
Woody Allen’s latest directorial offering, Magic In The Moonlight, isn’t exactly a low; more a movie made by a filmmaker on his way down from a high.
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.
What happens when fantasy becomes reality? I may not be best placed to answer that one these days, but Harold Pinter’s The Hothouse might just have all the answers.
I first saw Stellan Skarsgård in the original version of Insomnia, so I was pleased to see Norway’s most famous son back in familiar surroundings playing a tortured outsider in Hans Peter Molland’s In Order of Disappearance.
Consequences are a bitch, as Jesse Eisenberg learns in Kelly Reichardt’s Night Moves.
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