The Man Whose Mind Exploded (2013)

The Man Whose Mind Exploded (2013)

A man of many fetishes and several lives, in his eccentric council flat He’s called Drako Oho Zarhazar,...
Top Ten: Marvel Cinematic Universe

Top Ten: Marvel Cinematic Universe

For the last six years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a blockbuster staple in the film calendar. ...
Joe (2013)

Joe (2013)

This stunning epic is a tale that you won’t want to miss. It is dark, brooding, intense and downright...
Guardians of the Galaxy Global Press Conference

Guardians of the Galaxy Global Press Conference

The level of excitement at the Guardians of the Galaxy press conference was palpable, yet the  chemistry...
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Can you recognise a famous film by looking at it on a map?

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Top Classic Movies Out Now on Blu-ray

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One of the best things about the HD revolution is the ability to watch classic...

5 films to look out for later this year

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So far, 2014 has been a great year for film. With plenty of superheroes gracing...

Spotlight

Woody Harrelson’s Greatest Roles
When it comes to showcasing utmost versatility and screen presence, Woody Harrelson is almost unrivaled. For over 25 years,...
Jul 28, 2014 20:45

Reviews

Mood Indigo (2013)
Like Terry Gilliam and Andy Kaufman, Michel Gondry is one of those filmmakers whose style is so ‘out there’, it can be...
Aug 13, 2014 15:55

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Top 10 Harold Ramis Movies
Harold Ramis passed away on the 24th of last month and, while he only directed about a dozen movies, his contribution to...
Mar 26, 2014 10:30

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Win a Blu-ray copy of 47 Ronin
Japanese legend comes to life when Keanu Reeves makes an explosive return in the epic action adventure 47 RONIN. A visually...
May 7, 2014 16:45

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The Man Whose Mind Exploded (2013)

The Man Whose Mind Exploded (2013)
A man of many fetishes and several lives, in his eccentric council flat He’s called Drako Oho Zarhazar, originally Tony Banwell. He’s a portly, shaven headed gay man in his mid-seventies, once a handsome dancer into drugs and alcohol and motorcycles and fetishistic sex. He performed at the...
August 17th, 2014 | Feature, Film Reviews | Read More

Mood Indigo (2013)

Mood Indigo (2013)
Like Terry Gilliam and Andy Kaufman, Michel Gondry is one of those filmmakers whose style is so ‘out there’, it can be hard to enjoy their work amidst the chaos on-screen.  Even though Gondry’s trademark eccentricity won hearts in Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind, nothing has really topped...
August 13th, 2014 | Film Reviews | Read More

Boyhood (2014)

Boyhood (2014)
Boyhood proves one of director Richard Linklater’s most ambitious projects yet. Not only must it had taken a lot of discipline to film a story in fragments over a twelve year period, but the real test is to keep an audience engrossed for the best part of three hours, in what is essentially a linear...
August 8th, 2014 | Film Reviews | Read More

Non-Stop (2014)

Non-Stop (2014)
Liam Neelson brings a gravitas to the action genre that few other actors can match.  He needed every ounce of it in Non-Stop, both to give real impact to the story’s strengths and distract from its weaknesses. There’s a scene in which Liam Neelson (as Bill Marks), a besieged air marshal, is in danger...
August 8th, 2014 | Film Reviews | Read More

We Are the Best! (2013)

We Are the Best! (2013)
After a sparkling start to his directing career with the likes of Show Me Love (1998) and Together (2000), Lukas Moodysson descended into a dark place with a series of deliberately off-putting films of varying quality. With We Are the Best!, an adaptation of his wife’s Coco Moodysson’s graphic...
August 7th, 2014 | DVD Reviews | Read More

Night Moves (2013)

Night Moves (2013)
Director/writer Kelly Reichardt seems to be carving out a niche as an expert in measured character studies that blur the boundaries of genre film making. While her latest effort may seem to be running at a sprint compared to previous work, her environmental activists/terrorists make for a calm and contemplative...
August 7th, 2014 | Film Reviews | Read More

Top Ten: Marvel Cinematic Universe

Top Ten: Marvel Cinematic Universe
For the last six years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a blockbuster staple in the film calendar.  Since 2008’s Iron Man, the franchise has gone from strength to strength and, in becoming the second highest-grossing film franchise behind the Harry Potter series, it has recaptured the hearts...
August 6th, 2014 | Feature, Top Ten | Read More

Joe (2013)

Joe (2013)
This stunning epic is a tale that you won’t want to miss. It is dark, brooding, intense and downright depressing, but all that just adds to how fantastic this film really is. I’m being serious when I say that this is a career revival for Nicolas Cage as Joe. The grittiness reality of his character...
July 31st, 2014 | Feature, Film Reviews | Read More

Woody Harrelson’s Greatest Roles

Woody Harrelson’s Greatest Roles
When it comes to showcasing utmost versatility and screen presence, Woody Harrelson is almost unrivaled. For over 25 years, this actor has been in the skin of countless roles and diverse characters, and each time, his impeccable adaptability to them has left the audience in awe and appreciation. From...
July 28th, 2014 | Feature, Spotlight | Read More

Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
Ever since Iron Man came out in 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has revolved around the Avengers.  From origin stories to questionable sequels, Marvel has made a mint from this group of superheroes and now, six years later, the studio has something new to offer. Guardians of the Galaxy is based...
July 25th, 2014 | Feature, Film Reviews | Read More