Ten films at Sundance 2020 that we’re dying to see
We’ve read all 118 synopses and picked 10 faves.
7 reasons why the No Time to Die trailer has got us crazy excited
A female 007, Rami Malek as a villain, sensational cinematography + more. WANT
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York is a perfect sequel
A robust critical analysis that no-one asked for.
The movies that inspired The Mandalorian
The Mandalorian is, more than most Star Wars productions, a heady concoction of pop culture influences.
9 of the greatest F-bombs in cinema history
It’s an artform within the artform of cinema.
I, an avid lover of the MCU, see where Scorsese’s coming from
Is he right? Is he wrong? It’s not as simple as that.
Paul Rudd’s best roles, from wooing Juliet to hanging out with Ron Burgundy
Nobody lights up the screen with nice guy charm quite like Paul Rudd.
Joker crowned best film, Aussie drama surprises, and Netflix snubbed at Venice
Australian film Babyteeth also took everyone by surprise.
Joker, Ad Astra and the other big films that just played at the Venice Film Festival
Also includes a couple of Netflix heavy-hitters.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s greatest performances, from Romeo to Rick Dalton
Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the world’s biggest acting stars for a reason: he’s damn good at his job.
When animals attack: the best and worst killer creature films
We gorge on creature features: the best, the worst and the completely feral.
Why can’t we be friends? The best buddy action comedies
Stuber is the latest in a long line of buddy comedies, revolving around mismatched partners forced to overcome their differences.
Watching Too Old to Die Young is like swimming through stylish sewerage
We come to terms with one hell of a show.
30 years ago, Nicolas Cage gave his craziest performance ever in Vampire’s Kiss
We pay homage to this batshit crazy movie and the wildly eccentric actor who brought it to life.
RIP Mad magazine and its detail-obsessed movie fanaticism
Our resident Mad man Dominic Corry reflects on the mag’s demise.
Reflections on Sexy Beast (a Britpop Cinema classic) two decades on
“It’s like a sauna. Furnace. You could fry an egg on my stomach. Oooooohhhhh”
25 years on, The Crow remains cinema’s greatest gothic fantasy
Twenty-five years after its original release, the film still stands in all its rain-drenched gothic glory.
Rocketman director tells us about bringing larger-than-life Elton John to the screen
“It was that very heightened reality that I really wanted to create”
What does the film future hold for the stars of Game of Thrones?
Using tarot cards and IMDb, we make predictions.
The weirdest video game movies ever made, from Detective Pikachu to Super Mario Bros
Here are the weirdest films this very weird genre has produced.
The first Sonic the Hedgehog trailer is a ’90s abomination
It didn’t have to suck. But it does.