“River’s Edge” Is An Unsettling Document Of Apathy Searching For Stimulation

Tim Hunter's film is a startling slow-burning document of teenage apathy and its destructive corrosion of basic rights and wrongs...

Top 10 Times A Table Became An Additional Character In A Quentin Tarantino Film

Or simply: the "Top 10 Times Quentin Tarantino Has His Characters Sit Around A Table Talking About Stuff" as this piece of domestic apparatus on four legs has become a staple motif across his work...

Interview: Leanne Best Talks About Her Exciting New Role In Cold Feet As The Much-Loved Comedy-Drama Returns

Actress Leanne Best joins the ensemble Cold Feet cast as new character Tina Reynolds. Unsurprisingly, she can't wait for audiences to see the new series...

Top 10 Times Tim Curry Terrified Us In “Stephen King’s It”

Tim Curry is the best thing about Tommy Lee Wallace's It. Here's his top 10 scariest moments...

Hitchcock Homage “Last Embrace” Sees Director Jonathan Demme Still Finding His Feet

Last Embrace, an unashamed homage to Alfred Hitchcock, has its moments but lacks the finesse and the energy of Demme's best work...

“Golden Years” Is Big On Heart, Small On Drama

Golden Years has bags of heart but lacks dramatic invention and wastes the talents of an excellent ensemble cast...

Insanity Gets A Sniper’s Rifle In Mickey Keating’s Fun “Carnage Park”

Carnage Park is Peter Watkins for the Quentin Tarantino generation; a modern day throwback where pastiche masquerades as homage...

“Disorder” Is Unsure Who It’s Trying To Please

Matthias Schoenaerts' battle-weary soldier turns to the world of private security only to find a new aggressor...