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Review: “Scarborough” Examines Human Complexities Without Providing Neat Resolutions

Scarborough might be low budget indie territory but the issues being examined supersede outward appearances...
Posted On 15 Oct 2019

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Terror By Design: 6 Subtle Things That Make “Alien” So Frightening

Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic Alien is a masterpiece of suspense that, fundamentally, has been designed to terrorise the senses...

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Top 10 Films Of Mickey Rourke

One of the greatest actors of his generation, Mickey Rourke has nevertheless proven to be as enigmatic in real life as some of the characters he's portrayed on screen. He's 10 of his best...

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Interview: S. Craig Zahler Talks Process, Violence & Why Vince Vaughn Is One Of His Favourite Actors

The writer-director of Dragged Across Concrete discusses what sets his work apart and why Vince Vaughn is one of his favourite actors...

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Survival Horror “Werewolf” Coming To Blu-ray & DVD In November

The DVD and Blu-ray releases come with a limited edition collector’s booklet featuring a new essay by film critic Dr. Anton Bitel...

“Angel Heart” Has Never Looked Better After 4K Restoration

Alan Parker's magnificent psychological horror Angel Heart hasn't looked this good since it was first theatrically released...
Posted On 13 Oct 2019

Geena Davis Oversees Introduction Of Draconian AI Script Doctor To Check Onscreen Representation

Disney to trial a new digital tool which will evaluate a script's inclusiveness of under-represented groups and factors such as gender bias...
Posted On 04 Oct 2019

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Top 10 Directorial Debuts

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Top 10 Meg Ryan Films

From Top Gun to When Harry Met Sally, we check out the top 10 Meg Ryan films...
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Review: “The Beach Bum” Channels Bukowski But Remains Lightweight

Is Korine’s intention to remain ambiguously profound, tie things up too neatly and find our hero as clueless as when he started.?
Posted On 16 Oct 2019

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Review: “Scarborough” Examines Human Complexities Without Providing Neat Resolutions

Scarborough might be low budget indie territory but the issues being examined supersede outward appearances...
Posted On 15 Oct 2019

Review: “The Queen And I” A Dull Affair

he Queen (Samantha Bond) and family are kicked out from the Palace to live in a run-down cul-de-sac, and as you would expect, find it hard to adapt...

Review: “Extreme Measures” – An Efficient Potpourri Of Twists, Red Herrings & Everyman Peril

Hugh Grant was trying to find his feet in Hollywood when Extreme Measures was released around the time of his infamous arrest on Sunset Boulevard...

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Reality Or Fiction? How To Understand The “Joker” Movie

The film left questions that even the director cannot answer...

Top 10 Memorable Casino Trips In Film (That You Probably Forgot About)

A collection of memorable casino trips in film that you probably completely forgot...
Posted On 18 Oct 2019

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5 Alternative Modern Westerns That Are Worth Seeing

What's interesting is that it isn't big Hollywood studios heading into the desert frontier but foreign filmmakers and low budget American...
Posted On 15 Oct 2019

Top 10 Alan Parker Films

With Angel Heart recently enjoying a 4K restoration, it's an appropriate time to take a look at Alan Parker's greatest work...