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Saturday, February 16, 2019

All that glitters: Behind the Candelabra review

Behind the Candelabra Dir: Steven Soderbergh 7/10 Do not believe everything you hear about Liberace and do not believe everything you hear about Behind the Candelabra. Appropriately...


'More sparkle than “Strictly Come Dancing” and Waity Katie's engagement ring combined.'

Byre Theatre launch new art cinema programme

The Byre Theatre, Scotland's only 5 star arts venue, last night launched its first full film programme - an achievement long in the making....

Sex and Violence: not your average family drama

Stoker Dir. Park Chan-wook 7/10 Stoker, the English language debut from acclaimed Korean film-maker and director of Oldboy Park Chan-wook, is a puzzling tale of family mystery...

Top nine under-the-radar-films for Halloween season

Get into the Halloween spirit with this list of under-the-radar horror gems that should spark popcorn-fuelled debates with their twists and hidden meanings.

Father dead: Calvary review

Laughs, life lessons and memorable characters abound in John Michael McDonagh’s black comedy

Tim Burton’s Home for Peculiar Children

Lauren MacGowan discusses Tim Burton's new film and his casting controversy.

The Critics: 21 Jump Street

Dir. Phil Lord, Chris Miller 4 out of 5 Last week central California cop Alex Selanis arrested 12 student drug dealers while going undercover in a...

The Perks of Being A Wallflower – review

Stephen Chbosky adapts his own cult teenage novel for the big screen, bringing Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller and Emma Watson along for the awkward, self-aware ride.

A Touch of French

Suzannah Evans on the French Society’s upcoming free screenings