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Westworld: take a look at the new trailer

Just a few days ago, we brought you some fresh imagery and inside intel on HBO's new drama series Westworld. Now, with the show itself fast approachin...

Date: 29th August, 2016

Beauty And The Beast imagery arrives

So far, all we've seen from the new, live-action Beauty And The Beast is a poster and the teaser trailer, which you can see at the bottom of the page....

Date: 28th August, 2016

First trailer for A Dog's Purpose

Cute animals are usually a good source of tear-jerking cinema, and a story which sees a dog leading several lives, which means there are opportunities...

Date: 28th August, 2016

Director Tom Holland to make Rock Paper Dead

Tom Holland (no, not Tom Holland or Tom Hollander), is the man who made the horror-tactic likes of the original Fright Night and Child's Play. He's st...

Date: 28th August, 2016

Empire Podcast #226: Todd Phillips

On the Empire Podcast this week, we welcome Todd Phillips: the director behind The Hangover, Old School and now – moving into more serious territory...

Date: 26th August, 2016

Sarah Paulson wanted for Ocean's Eight

The cast really is beginning to assemble for Ocean's Eight, the female-driven caper spin-off from Ocean's Eleven. Sarah Paulson is the latest person t...

Date: 26th August, 2016

David Tennant starring in Bad Samaritan

He's been a hero in the likes of Doctor Who and Broadchurch and a villain in Jessica Jones, but we don't yet know which direction Dean Devlin's new fi...

Date: 25th August, 2016

Latest Reviews

Little Shop of Horrors

Originally a 1960s movie, which was revived for an off-Broadway musical, then remade by director Frank Oz, this is one of the funniest musicals I have ever seen. The Eighties was responsible for some very strange movies, this is definitely one of those....

Date: 28th June, 2015

Chasing Amy

Kevin Smith’s third film could be considered critically the best film he has ever made. Following from Mallrats, which was panned by the critics yet loved by audiences (after it was released on the home video market), this low budget film was not expected to do much....

Date: 15th February, 2015

Daffy Duck – Duck Dodgers and the 24½th century

This is one of the most famous of all the Looney Tune cartoons ever made, and for me one of the funniest. It's the one that I remember Marvin the Martian from the most. Daffy Duck is so much fun as well....

Date: 15th February, 2015

The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

Here we go with another reboot of Spider-Man. Everything is redone and recast, whether it is a good or bad thing. This version came out in 2012, about five years after Spier-Man 3 came out, and in many people’s eyes destroyed the franchise....

Date: 14th February, 2015

Kramer vs. Kramer

As Meryl Streep receives critical acclaim for her performance as the Witch in Disney’s adaptation of Into the Woods, I was reminded of the first...

Date: 31st January, 2015

The Great Race

This is a film that stars some of the classic actors of a golden age of cinema that were capable of doing just about anything. The film is entertaining, albeit long though. It has a humour that everyone can enjoy, from sophisticated wit to silly slapstick humour. This could be one of the most entertaining films I have ever seen....

Date: 22nd January, 2015

Tron: Legacy

Tron: Legacy is another of those films that you either loved or you hated. Personally I loved it. I was a huge fan of the original, being a part of th...

Date: 12th January, 2015

Tron

Tron is very much a film that you either love or you hate. Most people that hate or find it hard to follow. I never had this problem. I do have to adm...

Date: 12th January, 2015

Madagascar

Do you like a move it move it? If not, then this film may not be for you, although if it doesn’t get you bopping your head and giggling then you...

Date: 11th January, 2015

La mala educación (Bad Education)

Opening the 57th Cannes Film Festival in 2004, Bad Education is one of Pedro Almodóvar’s most daring pieces of cinema. Less camp and surr...

Date: 11th January, 2015

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Latest Features

Greatest Intros - Superman (1978)

Oh what an intro! Nothing has been so respectful and yet bring some new as well as the Richard Donner's Superman. You knew from the beginning that you were going to get something special!...

Date: 5th September, 2015

Iconic Scenes – T-Rex Encounter (Jurassic Park)

This scene has been so perfectly done that it still to this day hasn't been matched. It has a perfect use of a mixture of animatronics and CGI, unlike today where everything would have been CGI. This is what truly has made the special effects stand out....

Date: 5th September, 2015

Iconic Scenes – Airport Scene (Casablanca)

One of the most beloved scenes ever filmed. The script and acting is all done perfectly. The special effects of the plane unfortunately have not aged...

Date: 1st September, 2015

Should Disney make any more Star Wars films?

Later this year, the start of a new trilogy will be released, and next year we have a spinoff film, called Rogue One. The question is do we really want or need any more Star Wars films?...

Date: 4th June, 2015

Is Citizen Kane still the greatest film ever made?

Considering how old Citizen Kane is and how much filmmaking has evolved over the years, it does seem a little strange that this could still be called the greatest film ever made....

Date: 31st May, 2015

Why the Dark Knight Trilogy was so overrated!

There have been many versions of Batman, with another coming our way in Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice. So I thought we would look at the last version, which was very successful....

Date: 29th March, 2015

How the Star Wars Prequels story could have been improved

The way Star Wars prequels are right now worked in some points but were lacking in others. I personally found them reasonably enjoyable, bearing in mind I wasn't expecting Oscar winning performances. All I was expecting was to be entertained, and have my nostalgia peaked with the birth of Darth Vader....

Date: 16th February, 2015

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