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Michelle Heighway’s “Mr. Somebody” Paints A Melancholic Picture Of A Self-Styled Eccentric

Michelle Heighway's five-year journey with West Yorkshire "eccentric" Jake Mangel-Wurzel culminated in her debut feature documentary which paints a melancholic picture...


New Indiana Jones Reboot Means We Get Our Wish: No Shia LaBeouf (Hopefully)

Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy has confirmed Indiana Jones will be re-launched...


Johnny Depp Sizzles As Real Life Gangster Whitey Bulger: “Black Mass” Teaser Trailer Is Here

Johnny Depp steps into the role of real life gangster Whitey Bulger for Scott Cooper's Black Mass...

Budding Writers Urged To Pen Alternative Endings To Blockbuster Movies

A new writing competition is challenging movie buffs and writers to come up with their own endings...

Stephen King’s “It” Has Its Star But Loses The Director As Cary Fukunaga Walks Away

Director Cary Fukunaga has left the production of Stephen King's It...


Top 10 Films Of Billy Wilder

Without any doubt, Billy Wilder was one of the finest filmmakers to ever work in Hollywood. His body of work puts him among the greatest directors who have ever lived. Here's 10 of his best.


5 Great Jessica Chastain Performances

With A Most Violent Year arriving on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital platforms on May 18th, Top 10 Films takes a look at some of acclaimed actress Jesscia Chastain's best films.

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Iconic Images: The Third Man (1949)

We celebrate an iconic image from Carol Reed's The Third Man...

Great Film Posters

Great Film Posters: The Bird With The Crystal Plumage (1970)

The Italian giallo, a genre categorised by its mixture of murder-mystery, sexuality and violence, featured films with a distinct visual style. The posters were also incredibly detailed & dynamic...

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Classic Scenes #16: Alien (1979)

With John Hurt receiving a Knighthood in the Queen's new year's honours, Classic Scenes revisits one of the acclaimed English actor's most memorable moments: the dinner table scene in Alien


If “Assassin” Has Gears It Never Manages To Engage First

It turns out writer-director J.K. Amalou and actor Danny Dyer share a keen interest in very bad London-based thrillers, which they’re very adept at making. Ryan Pollard sits through Assassin so you don’t have to… The latest British crime/gangster to star the “infamous” Danny...

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Plundered Tropes Make “The Haunting Of Radcliffe House” A Competent If Forgettable Horror

Top 10 Films takes a look at this competent but forgettable tale of the macabre.

Snooze-Fest Horror “The Sleeping Room” Sadly Lives Up To Its Name

Director John Shackleton fondles his way through the dark of the "The Sleeping Room" is this underdeveloped, convoluted and infuriatingly...

Will Ferrell & Kevin Hart “Get Hard” In Director Etan Cohen’s Debut As Director

Get Hard starring Will Ferrell & Kevin Hart has enough hilarious if isolated nuggets to make it just about worth your hard-earned time.

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Robert Pattinson: A Talent For The Unexpected

A movie star with swashbuckling good looks might suggest Twilight's Robert Pattinson is just one of many Hollywood commodities. Think again...