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Monday, September 24, 2018

Adventure is back: Guardians of the Galaxy review

At the moment, Guardians of the Galaxy is outpacing the excellent Captain America 2 and the probably execrable (based on the first one, I...

Hey! Ho! Let’s go! 60 Hour Film Blitz

A cake, an extreme close-up, and the line: “now there are two of us”. These are the three entry requirements of the Sixty Hour...

Hollywood greed reaches new dimension

Undeniably, 3D film is here to stay. It’s archaic to argue anything else. But even a cursory glance at the cinematic release schedules of...

Spring break at the cinema

Get Out, Beauty and the Beast, and Personal Shopper give you three new reasons to schedule a trip to the cinema.

Loving Vincent: a cinematic work of art

Frida Kahlo has had one. J. M. W. Turner has had one too. Now, continuing the popular trend for artist biopics in cinema, the...

The Master – review

Paul Thomas Anderson's visually stunning follow up to 'There Will Be Blood' is gaining Oscar buzz galore but splitting critics down the middle. Can it live up to the hype or are we falling for the cult of Anderson? Alex Harrison gives his verdict on 'The Master'.

The Woman in Black

2 out of 5 Dir. James Watkins As the eighth instalment in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and The Woman in Black is dysfunctionally brilliant....

Amazon: the next major film distributor

With over 100 million subscribers worldwide and an enviable body of talent supplying original content (at a reported $6 billion bill this year alone),...

Top 5 films of the summer

Summer brings a multitude of sequels that will most likely fall short and end up forgotten.

Happily ever adapted: can fairy-tales translate to film?

The release of Kenneth Branagh’s vision of Cinderella last month was nothing new to weary audiences. Cinderella follows in a long line of fairy-tale...