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Screamride

Screamride

Do you enjoy Roller Coasters' Well then maybe Screamride is that game for you. Considering this game allows Roller coasters to be used as weapons of mass destruction Read more...


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The-Scopia-Effect

The Scopia Effect

Life isn't only affected by the things you do but also the things you did.... Read more...

The-Evil-Within:-The-Consequence

The Evil Within: The Consequence

In need of some good old survival horror' If the Evil Within didn't do the job, then maybe the new DLC will. The Consequence is set to terrify and unnerve the most hardened gamer. Or does it' Read more...

Avengers:-Age-Of-Ulteron-press-conference-video

Avengers: Age Of Ulteron press conference video

Film-News.co.uk EXCLUSIVE video of the whole press conference. Read more...


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The-Ghoul

The Ghoul

This very atmospheric chiller from 1933 was loosely inspired by a 1928 novel and features horror icon Boris Karloff prominently on the sleeve artwork though not exactly in the film Read more...

Percys-Progress

Percy's Progress

To call Percy’s Progress a cult sex comedy is an insult to anyone with as much as a fraction of intelligence. Read more...

The-Offence

The Offence

This harrowing and psychologically disturbing drama feels like a never-ending nightmare out of a Kafka novel. That said, despite the fact that it does not let up it takes a considerable time, nigh on 45 minutes. Read more...

Sex-After-Kids

Sex After Kids

Kids are a blessing but it appears for many peoples sex lives a massive curse.... Read more...

Girlhood

Girlhood

Girlhood is the third feature film by French director Céline Sciamma and chronicles the formative experiences of sixteen year old Marieme, played by Karidja Touré... Read more...

Hackneys-Finest

Hackneys Finest

A East London Gangster comedy, action send up that is a little away from a Lock, Stock knock off... Read more...

Campbells-Kingdom

Campbell's Kingdom

This competent little piece is based upon a novel by Hammond Innes and stars Dirk Bogarde as Bruce Campbell, the terminally ill inheritor of a small piece of land in the Canadian Rockies. Read more...

Day-Of-Anger

Day Of Anger

Spaghetti western superstar Lee Van Cleef once again plays it dirty and ugly when taking young Giuliano Gemma under his questionable wing in this classic of the genre that is inspired by the Greek tragedy of Oedipus. Read more...

Crime-On-The-Hill

Crime On The Hill

A classic murder mystery made in the early Thirties, one may be mislead into thinking there might be something rather special and possibly just a little bit unique on offer here. Read more...

What-We-Do-In-The-Shadows

What We Do In The Shadows

Here we have a most enjoyable slice of horror hokum from Kiwi Country, filmed in a tongue-in-cheek mockumentary style and centres around three likable vampires and their struggles to cope with modern-day life in Wellington. Read more...

Moulin-Rouge

Moulin Rouge

As part of our ongoing ‘Theatrical Destinations’ series Film-News.co.uk jumped on the Eurostar heading to Paris with one sole aim, to visit the Moulin Rouge. Read more...

The-Decent-One

The Decent One

Heinrich Himmler was the catalyst for some of the most horrific crimes during WW2. This film uses his private letters and documents to open up his private world Read more...

Kidnapping-Freddy-Heineken

Kidnapping Freddy Heineken

A rich booze magnate is about to be held for ransom. The only problem is the people who have him are on a knife edge. Will they stay together long enough to collect? Read more...

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Joel-Edgerton-Interview

Joel Edgerton Interview

Joel Edgerton is an Australian actor, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his on-screen roles Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Read more...

Shaun-the-Sheep-:-Picture-Perfect

Shaun the Sheep : Picture Perfect

10 of the best from the nations favorite sheep....Shaun! Read more...

The-Falling

The Falling

The Falling is the new film from British director Carol Morley. Set in a seemingly archetypal English girls’ school in 1969, it concerns Read more...

The-Caravan

The Caravan

The caravan becomes the bridge to reconnect a father and son Read more...

Ridley-Scott-Interview

Ridley Scott Interview

After achieving his commercial breakthrough as a director with Alien (1979), Ridley Scott is known for his sci-fi classic Blade Runner Read more...

Backyard-Cinema

Backyard Cinema

I went to Backyard Cinema last year, on an over-sized bean-bag on the cobbles near Camden lock. Rugs were offered as the britsh summer chill Read more...

The-Breakfast-Club

The Breakfast Club

Detention never looked so good or was so fun in this John Hughes masterpiece! Read more...

Fairytale:-The-Story-of-the-Seven-Dwarves

Fairytale: The Story of the Seven Dwarves

Kids will love this and you might remember many of the elements from other films... Read more...

Doc-Of-The-Dead

Doc Of The Dead

This Doc is for all those who always wanted to know everything about zombies but were afraid to ask! Featuring contributions from experts Read more...

The-War-Trilogy

The War Trilogy

Roberto Rosselini’s captivating trilogy offers a fascinating insight into the human condition, emotively told through individual tales set during and immediately after WW2. Read more...

The-Sweet-Smell-of-Success

The Sweet Smell of Success

A slick, sardonic and deeply honest film about the Entertainment media Read more...

Wooden-Crosses

Wooden Crosses

Adapted from a novel by Roland Dorgeles, and hauntingly depicting the horrors that occurred on the European front during the First World War, Wooden Crosses Read more...

Sherlock-Holmes---The-Classic-BBC-TV-Series

Sherlock Holmes - The Classic BBC-TV Series

At long last, the BFI finally released the BBC-TV series of Sherlock Holmes from the mid-Sixties. Read more...



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