It has been announced that the follow-up to Snow White and the Huntsman will again star Kristen Stewart, but with Rupert Sanders out the director’s chair.
Ben Wheatley returns with Sightseers, a comedic and eerie turn concerning a pair of loved-upped caravaners whose trip to the country takes a sinister tone.
We take a look at the films shown in the 2012 Day of the Undead festival.
The UK box office has broken the £1bn mark this week, and is currently running 1% ahead of the same point last year.
Young director Rob Savage is enjoying the hype his film Strings has received nomination status at the 2012 BIFAs
★★★✰✰ Ben Woodiwiss directs Benny Loves Killing, a film about an independent film-maker trying to get funding for her post-modern horror film.
We attended 2012’s The Day of the Undead, held annually at Leicester’s Phoenix Square Cinema…
Fangs for the memories… Breaking Dawn: Part 2 concludes the five part Twilight franchise, offering fans a fitting end to the series but doing little to convince haters that sparkly vamps aren’t all bad.
We consider the critical reception of The Master, a film by Paul Thomas Anderson.
★★★✰✰ Martin Freeman stars as a luckless primary school teacher charged with producing the annual nativity play in Debbie Isitt’s Nativity!
We take a look at the new Jack the Giant Slayer trailer. The film is set to star Nicholas Hoult and is directed by Bryan Singer.
Whilst reading The Fellowship of the Ring we ponder why the book features so many songs…
Following the news that the biopic of Queen’s Freddie Mercury has been given the go-ahead, we take a look at how things are shaping up.
We take a look at our top five American films – the list includes the likes of American Beauty and American Pie.
Directed by Michael Hoffman and starring Cameron Diaz, Colin Firth, Alan Rickman, Gambit is a humorous caper comedy with a solid well-known cast.