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CUB

CUB

A good horror film should make you jump within the first five minutes. Cub manages this within around three. Read more...


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Death-Of-A-Gentlemen

Death Of A Gentlemen

The world of international cricket is brought to task in regards to its relationship with the test match Read more...

Eden

Eden

Can you feel it' At last, the essence of house music is captured on celluloid Read more...

Steve-Martin-Interview

Steve Martin Interview

A legendary actor, screenwriter, producer, author and musician, Steve Martin is superb as the mean and cowardly Captain Smek Read more...


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Love-and-Mercy

Love & Mercy

“I’ve always been a sad person.” For a man given to creating a cluster of pop’s greatest upbeat songs, this is the paradoxical phrase that Brian Wilson has uttered several times in past interviews. Read more...

Slow-West

Slow West

Slow West is the first feature film from Scottish director, John Maclean, of Beta Band fame. It is a western that charts the adventures of a young... Read more...

The-Small-World-Of-Sammy-Lee

The Small World Of Sammy Lee

Released in 1963, Ken Hughes' film follows the trials and tribulations of Sammy Lee, a compere at a strip club in Soho who needs to raise money to cover his gambling debt. Read more...

Accidental-Love

Accidental Love

Beset by production problems since it began in 2008 it is almost a miracle that romantic comedy Accidental Love is with us at all. It needed to be released though, there is just far too much talent involved in the production for it not to be released. Read more...

Index-Zero

Index Zero

The United States of Europe isn't a place for everyone... Read more...

West

West

Life across the wall often reflected life behind the curtain for those who escaped it.... Read more...

French-Kiss

French Kiss

French Kiss represents an interesting development both in terms of film financing and in the marketing approach of a major hotel brand. Read more...

Second-Coming

Second Coming

Second Coming is the first feature film from the playwright Debbie Tucker Green. Her approach to chronicling the dramas of a middle-class London family could very easily be described as... Read more...

Barefoot-To-Goa

Barefoot To Goa

A journey across time and place, city density and town spread. A mother sends her son a letter, hinting at her impending treatment for lung cancer. T Read more...

The-Man-Who-Saved-The-World

The Man Who Saved The World

A moment that could have changed the world forever and the man who stopped it from happening.... Stanislav Petrov Read more...

BBC-Doctor-Who-Symphonic-Spectacular-preview

BBC Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular preview

Dr. Who fans nationwide, listen up for some spectacular out-of-this-world-news! Read more...

A-Funny-Kind-Of-Love

A Funny Kind Of Love

An Australian comedy about the perversions of everyday life in the bedroom... Read more...

Spooks:-The-Greater-Good

Spooks: The Greater Good

Opening on a rainy London skyline and panning down to gridlock on the motorway, two MI5 agents sit calmly playing a game of I-Spy as they escort a security van through the city. Read more...

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Heaven-Adores-You-(The-Life-and-Music-Of-Elliott-Smith)

Heaven Adores You (The Life and Music Of Elliott Smith)

An insightful and sometimes dry look into the musical genius Elliott Smith..... Read more...

Man-Up

Man Up

Man Up is the new British comedy from Ben Palmer, director of the channel 4 sitcom The Inbetweeners, and the subsequent film spin-offs. It stars... Read more...

Girlhood

Girlhood

French director Céline Sciamma talks with Film-News about her new film Girlhood. A remarkable coming-of-age story set in Paris starring the newcomer Karidja Touré. 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...

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...

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...

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...

Home

Home

Oh is the sort of alien that you would really not want as a friend.... That is unless you are the both on the run.... Read more...

Run-All-Night

Run All Night

Are we likely to see Liam Neeson in ‘Expendables 4’' If his prodigious work-rate in action cinema continues, then it’s hard to deny him a place among its pantheon of heroes. Read more...

Appropriate-Behaviour

Appropriate Behaviour

There has been a lot of talk of Appropriate Behavior since it’s award winning screening at the Sundance Film Festival in January of 2014. Read more...

Hyena

Hyena

Police corruption, trafficking and Albanian gangsters are some of the topics covers by Gerard Johnson's second gritty feature Hyena. Read more...

The-Theory-of-Everything

The Theory of Everything

Back a while ago, promotional campaigns officially kicked off and posters started covering walls around town but not until lately Read more...

Jupiter-Ascending

Jupiter Ascending

The Human race is not alone and in this intergalactic space war between two rival families, lives and fortunes arent all that is at stake.... Read more...



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