Top 10 1980s Films About The Eighties

Films are products of their time; inspiration, style, politics, fashion and music indicative of the sensibilities of the period...

Short Film Review: “Again” Is A Touching & Compelling Debut From Director Alexis Jacknow

Touching and compelling, short film Again marks the screen debut of director Alexis Jacknow...

“K-Shop” Fails To Exploit A Good Idea

Pringle's forgettable effort showcases a prosaic stage on which to play out a morbid curiosity of lamb kebabs and relay the old gag about what goes into the recipe...

Interview: The World Is An “Endlessly Fascinating” Place – Screenwriter Paul Laverty Talks About New Film “The Olive Tree” & How To Find A Great Story

Multi-award winning screenwriter Paul Laverty talks to Top 10 Films editor Dan Stephens about his latest Spain-set drama The Olive Tree...

Uninspired Thriller “Shut In” Boasts A Spirited Naomi Watts If Nothing Else

Director Farren Blackburn's muddled, derivative thriller will see you yawning instead of cowering behind the sofa...

Tim Roth’s Unforgettable “The War Zone” Redefines The Term Friendly Fire

The War Zone is a troubling, unforgettable drama about domestic abuse within a seemingly typical family...

Interview: “Dead Awake” Producer Galen Walker Talks About “Media Toaster’s” Game-Changing Post Production Techniques

Galen Walker, who saw his latest film draw on the specialist skills of post-production facility Media Toaster, talks about its game-changing production techniques...

“Ghostbusters”: Where Did It All Go Wrong For Feig, McCarthy & Co?

Ghostbusters is writer-director Paul Feig's ill-fated attempt to reboot the 1980s comedy-horror franchise with an all-female ghost-hunting troupe...