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Fellinis-Casanova

Fellini's Casanova

The ill fated Casanova legend is opened up and revealed to be as it is.... Casanova is a living legend. His sexual prowess is known across the land Read more...


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Me-and-Earl-and-the-Dying-Girl

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

In many respects Me and Earl and the Dying Girl resembles a typical US high school comedy. Thomas Mann plays Greg Gaines, an awkward, self-deprecating senior... Read more...

The-Hour-Glass-Sanatorium

The Hour Glass Sanatorium

A World of haunted illusion, strange happening and a lot of history to confront. Joesph (Jan Nowicki) arrives at a Sanatorium to visit his dying father. Read more...

Robbery

Robbery

Where the late Stanley Baker was concerned, you invariably got yer money’s worth when it came to fast-paced crime thrillers, and ROBBERY is no exception. Read more...


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The-Town-That-Dreaded-Sundown

The Town That Dreaded Sundown

Loosely based upon the shocking and true case of the so-called ‘Texarcana Moonlight Murders’ which took place in 1946, director Pierce’s 1976 cult-slasher Read more...

Reese-Witherspoon-Interview

Reese Witherspoon Interview

The Good Lie is a story set in a civil war, so obviously, it has all the tragedies that came out of that, but there’s some hope to it as well. Read more...

Fast-and-Furious-7

Fast and Furious 7

Fast cars, flash guns and more flesh than a horror film....It has to be Furious 7 Read more...

Pitch-Perfect-2

Pitch Perfect 2

Ok everyone step back, the Pitches are in town! Read more...

School-for-Scoundrels

School for Scoundrels

A comedy about Rotters, Blaggers, Scoundrels and other types all trying to get the girl from others just like them. Read more...

Around-The-World-with-Orson-Welles

Around The World with Orson Welles

Around The World… is a series of six short travelogues that Welles made back in 1955 for TV. Yes, Orson Welles – the consummate showman! Read more...

La-Grande-Bouffe

La Grande Bouffe

It seems hard to believe in this day and age that Marco Ferreri's broad and often hilarious comedy could have caused such a furore upon it's initial release WAY back in '73. Read more...

Hitting-The-Apex

Hitting The Apex

Hitting the Apex is a documentary examining the recent history of MotoGP racing and its most prominent competitors. Directed by Mark Neale, who has previous on this subject having... Read more...

Decline-of-Western-Civilization-1-3

Decline of Western Civilization 1-3

Punk, Metal, Hair metal, Gutter Punk and neo New Wave. This is the greatest urban documentary of all time... Read more...

Containment

Containment

Trapped in a block of flats, a group of residents have no idea what is in store for them. Read more...

Magician:-The-Astonishing-Life-And-Work-Of-Orson-Welles

Magician: The Astonishing Life And Work Of Orson Welles

It is only right and proper that in 2015, the centenary year of Orson Welles, we should get a full-length documentary that chronicles the man’s never less than intriguing career. Read more...

Eyes-Without-A-Face

Eyes Without A Face

Les Yeux Sans Visage was the second feature film by French director George Franju, and ground-breaking due to its surreal imagery and stylish blend of horror and poetic melancholia. Read more...

Barbara-Crampton-Interview

Barbara Crampton Interview

On the eve of Film4 FrightFest 2015, Barbara Crampton talks about being part of the ‘horror club’, scary scripts, still doing the laundry and why Abner Pastoll is one to watch. Read more...

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The-Maggie

The Maggie

The Maggie is the pride of its captain but a laughing stock everywhere else...That is about to change! Read more...

Queen-and-Country

Queen and Country

After the Blitz and Hope and Glory comes Queen and Country and national service Read more...

Vacation

Vacation

The Griswolds are back but this time it is grown up Rusty leading his family on more holiday hell. Read more...

The-Great-Dictator

The Great Dictator

Adenoid Hynkel is a bit of a dictator and might remind you of someone short, with a tache.... Read more...

Pressure

Pressure

Pressure is a British submarine thriller from director Ron Scalpello, and a film that contains so many genre tropes it feels like the whole thing was made with the assistance of... Read more...

Modern-Times

Modern Times

The Tramp literally gets stuck in modern machine of business and society Read more...

A-Blade-in-the-Dark

A Blade in the Dark

Heady Neo Giallo which has blood soaked scenes and twists galore Read more...

Pickup-On-South-Street

Pickup On South Street

This Sam Fuller vehicle from 1953 cleverly blends Film Noir with Cold War espionage, which is perhaps what you might expect from a man who only two years prior was accused of being pro-Communist. Read more...

The-Mould-and-Mildew-Show

The Mould & Mildew Show

Edinburgh-based duo VAUDEVILLE CREEPERS present their new extravaganza, the Mould & Mildew Show, at this year’s Fringe Festival. Read more...

City-Lights

City Lights

The Little Fellow gets a taste of the big city and its neon lights! Read more...

My-Darling-Clementine

My Darling Clementine

Beyond any shadow of a doubt, My Darling Clementine is one of the best westerns ever made! With captivating performances, an iconic soundtrack Read more...

Rembrandt

Rembrandt

Somewhat of a curiosity this, in many respects! Depicting the life of 17th century painter Rembrandt van Rijn, Charles Laughton makes this very much his own film. Read more...

The-Weak-and-The-Wicked

The Weak and The Wicked

This film is based on the book ‘Who Lie In Gaol’ by Joan Henry, and directed by her husband and is derived from Henry’s real-life experience behind bars. Read more...



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