The Sights, Sounds & Smells of New York City in 10 Great Films

New York native Neal Damiano takes a look at 10 of his most loved movies to exude the sights, sounds and smells of his hometown inc. Breakfast at Tiffany's, After Hours, Annie Hall & Times Square...


Top 10 Films To Be Snubbed For Best Picture At The Oscars

The Oscar for Best Picture is the biggest prize awarded in the film industry. But do the Academy voters get it right every year? Here are 10 films that deserved to win but didn't.


Top 10 Films of Sidney Lumet

Sidney Lumet, over a 50-year career, was responsible for some of Hollywood's most memorable movies. The likes of 12 Angry Men, Network & Dog Day Afternoon represent some of the best films of the modern age.


Top 10 Villains in Arnold Schwarzenegger Films

From supernatural beings to alien creatures, futuristic robots and an assortment of wives, Arnold Schwarzenegger never has it easy in his movies. These are the best bad guys in Arnie films…

Iconic Images

Iconic Images: A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin (1971)

The Italian giallo film is renown for its striking images. Interestingly, in director Lucio Fulci's A Lizard in a Woman's Skin, we see the infamous purveyor of gore composing some astonishingly beautiful shots.

Great Movie 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...

Classic Scenes

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


“The Imitation Game” Brilliantly Sheds Light on One of World War II’s Unsung Heroes

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as the unsung hero of World War II Alan Turing, a computer genius who smashed the German's enigma codes to help the allies gain an upper hand in the war...


“Frank” is Absurd yet Heartfelt; One of the Year’s Best

Lenny Abrahamson (Adam & Paul, Garage and What Richard Did) brings Chris Sievey's alter-ego Frank Sidebottom to the screen with absurd yet...


Price, Lorre & Karloff Go Head-to-Head in Roger Corman’s Entertaining “The Raven”

Screenwriter Richard Matheson uses Edgar Allan Poe's poem The Raven as inspiration behind this tale of rival sorcerers which stars Vincent Pirce,...


“Taxi” Not Worth the Fare

When a French detective teams up with a law breaking motorhead to catch a group of German bank robbers, all sorts of ludicrous things can happen,...
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“The Rewrite” Has Some Great Moments Within A Familiar Formula

Hugh Grant teams up with writer-director Marc Lawrence again (after Two Weeks Notice, Music and Lyrics and Did You Hear About the Morgans?) for...


“Rise of the Planet of the Apes” Kick-Starts Franchise with Confidence

Rise of the Planet of the Apes kick-started a dead franchise by breathing new life into the epic apocalyptic story of how evolution is turned...


Twisty Airborne Thriller “Non-Stop” has Plenty to Offer Despite Flaws

Liam Neeson re-teams with Unknown director Jaume Collet-Serra for this twisty airborne thriller which sees a U.S. air marshal become embroiled in...

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Interview: British Actress Holli Dempsey on Dad’s Army Remake & Working with Ricky Gervais

British actress Holli Dempsey, who rose to fame playing care worker Vicky in Ricky Gervais' acclaimed comedy-drama series Derek, is set to star in an updated version of Dad's Army hitting UK cinemas next year.