Review: “Missing” Turns Political Turmoil Into A Personal Affair

Missing charts a wife and father's attempts to discover the whereabouts of a missing journalist in 1973 Chile...

Costa-Gavras’ “Missing” Arrives On Limited Edition Blu-ray

The provocative Missing from writer-director Costa-Gavras arrives on Blu-ray in the UK for the first time...

The Zombies Are Back: Romero’s “Night Of The Living Dead” Returns To UK & Irish Cinemas

50 years after it first chilled audiences to their core, George A. Romero's classic is back...

Star Wars Actor Andy Herd Dusts Off The Photo Album To Reveal Candid Shots Behind The Scenes

Andy Herd might not be a household name but his work in film has not gone unnoticed...

New Three-Part Documentary Series From Louis Theroux Coming To BBC Two

Louis Theroux's new three-part documentary series arrives this autumn on BBC Two...

Review: “Lucky” Curiously Resonates As The Denouement Of Acting Great Harry Dean Stanton

Dan Stephens looks at why this low-key, meditative character piece is such a compelling gem...

Interview: Director Michael Lehmann Celebrates 30 Years Of “Heathers”

Dan Stephens speaks with Heathers director Michael Lehmann about why the film became a cult hit...

10 Films That Nearly Killed Their Directors

Making movies can be a dangerous business...