“The Search for Simon” Shows Glimpses of Potential from Star & Creator Martin Gooch

New British indie The Search for Simon mixes sci-fi, mystery and comedy into what Monty Python's Terry Jones calls "a triumph". We take a look...

Interesting concept, farcical execution in Hammer’s The Witches

A mixed bag of neat ideas and delicious macabre along with farcical execution and uneven pacing make Hammer's 1966 film The Witches for aficionados only.

Reviews: The Mummy’s Shroud & Rasputin The Mad Monk

Chris Wharfe takes a look at two classic Hammer Horror films - The Mummy's Shroud and Rasputin The Mad Monk. Both have recently been released on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK.

Prometheories: Guide To “Prometheus”

Ridley Scott's prequel to Alien asked more questions than it answered. Chris Wharfe dares to go where they can't hear you scream in search of his own answers.

Opinion: Chris Wharfe can’t wait for Prometheus II

Chris Wharfe is already anticipating Prometheus II and III as he discusses his admiration for Ridley Scott's new sci-fi.

Review: The Hunger Games

Suzanne Collins' novel The Hunger Games makes its debut on the big screen under the guiding hand of Pleasantville and Seabiscuit director Gary Ross. How does it shape up?

Young British Filmmaking Talent Celebrated at First Light Awards 2012

This week the British Film Institute on London's Southbank hosted the First Light Awards 2012. Chris Wharfe went along to talk to the winners.

Review: Rampart

Oren Moverman re-teams with Woody Harrelson for his latest film about a dirty LAPD cop who is caught on camera beating a suspect. Can it live up to the excellent The Messenger?