Ten Horror Classics to Watch this Halloween

October 31, 2018

Horror is one hell of a genre, relying upon developing a personal connection with the viewer its very existence is divisive. It’s also relentlessly unpredictable, there is no such thing as a guaranteed success within […]

Checking In On The Scarface Remake

May 18, 2018

Rumors of a Scarface remake have been circulating for a few years now, and it sort of seems like an inevitable move for modern Hollywood. While there are still good, fresh ideas coming out (recently, […]

The Meg

April 10, 2018

There’s seemingly no peace for the shark and this time Jason Statham is taken on the mother of them all. This actually looks a lot of fun if it stays true to its level of […]

February 2018

January 27, 2018

In the first of our what to look forward to guide, we take a look at some of the prospective film titles being released this February. Film 15:17 to Paris. Diehard US patriot and veteran […]

Glasgow Film Festival 2018 Programme Announced

January 24, 2018

Glasgow Film Festival 2018 announces full programme   The city’s 14th annual celebration of cinema – now one of the largest film festivals in the UK – will feature over 330 separate events and screenings, […]

15:17 to Paris

January 24, 2018

Clint Eastwood explains how he went down the path of actually using the real life witnesses to portray themselves in the true life terrorist train attack. Please follow and like us:

Wrath of Silence (Bao Wu Lie Sheng)

October 8, 2017

Set on the outskirts of a city in mining villages in China, a little boy goes missing and his outcast mute father, Zhang Baomin, who has a temper and violent streak goes seeking for him. […]

You have to be joking? Bernie Keith

July 27, 2017

The joke that you loved but no one else did? It was a fairly explicit reference to Comic Relief and Ken Dodd. I thought it was hilarious, but apparently he’s a national treasure and comedy […]

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