Hitchcock himself didn’t regard it very highly, but Dial M For Murder is actually one of his strongest films. Simple, effective, and chilling.
With Christmas fast approaching we provide our family movie selection box, a guide that helps you decide what movies to buy your family this Christmas…
We take a deeper look at the first Oblivion trailer and what the film may have in store for us.
A look at this year’s edition of the Dubai International Film Festival
A sequel to Raymond Briggs’ classic tear-jerker The Snowman will air on Channel 4 this Christmas Eve – but will it live up to the original?
We take a more in depth look at the trailer that announced a lot more information than we expected about the upcoming Star Trek movie.
We pick our top 10 Tolkien memes, a list that includes some of the most popular Lord of the Rings internet memes.
British Legends of Stage and Screen provides interviews with acting royalty such as Derek Jacobi, Michael Gambon, and Ian McKellen and investigates how each of these icons began their careers.
Peter Jackson has famously opted to film the new Middle Earth trilogy using HFR – we look at what filming The Hobbit in 48fps could mean for cinema.
Breathtaking 3D visuals combined with a emotional story make Ang Lee’s Life of Pi a must watch on the big screen.
A look at this year’s British Independent Film Awards
The BBFC will tighten the rules on depictions of ‘sexual or sadistic’ film violence following new research
Most towns these days only have a multiplex to get their big screen fix. Here’s our call for movie-goers to support movie variety…
Martin Mcdonagh’s follow up to the acclaimed In Bruges certainly has its work cut out to live up to its predecessor but for the most part it lives up to the hype.
Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts star in this exceptional film about life, love and dealing with unexpected tragedy.