Struggles and triumphs of would-be immigrants
A chapter of the KKK has allowed cameras inside its realm. Look out for wizards, dragons, goblins, and bigots…
A true tale of honour, longing, loneliness and family.
A Samurai movie made specifically for children, however, if you are a fan of the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers, you may just like this.
Long Beach rapper and Odd Future affiliate Vince Staples releases his mesmerising major label debut double album ‘Summertime ’06’
In honour of legendary actor Omar Sharif, who died this week at age 83, we review one of his best loved films, David Lean’s Doctor Zhivago
Strange and Norrell is more than just a costume drama. It’s dark, educational and exhilarating…
Scrap the third and fourth films and just watch this – it’s one for the original fans.
The successful ITV comedy about life in a maternity ward is coming to DVD
After a four year wait, Camden’s finest Wolf Alice release their much anticipated debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’
A well-crafted opening episode introduces an ensemble cast of fallen misfits, never straying far from Pizzolatto’s blackened aesthetic.
Ahead of its DVD release on July 13th, we review The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, a magical animation from veteran Studio Ghibli director Isao Takahata
A film of imperfections, but one that needs be watched for the motive behind it and everything it stands for.
Dany meets some old friends, Cersei finally confesses, and Jon Snow faces a rebellion as the series concludes in dramatic fashion…
Performance group The 7 Fingers put on a very modern circus act with their show ‘Traces’