5 Great Stop-Motion Films for All the Family

With 3D stop-motion action-adventure The Boxtrolls arriving in UK cinemas this week we thought there was no better time than to look at the best examples of this technique in the movies… 5. Chicken Run (Lord/Park, 2000) We begin with Chicken Run at five; the first feature-length...

The Reel Review: Pride

Matthew Warchus' film tells the story of a group of LGBT activists who attempt to raise money to help families affected by the UK miners' strike in 1984. The Reel Review checks it out...

5 Great Book-to-Film Adaptations

With British mystery thriller Before I Go To Sleep, based on the novel by S. J. Watson, making its arrival in UK cinemas this week, we decided to check out five great novel to screen film adaptations…

The Reel Review: Million Dollar Arm

Million Dollar Arm tells the true story of how two reality tv winners went to America to pursue a dream of becoming major league baseball stars. John Hamm stars in this uplifting drama...

5 Great Baseball Films

With the release of Million Dollar Arm this week, about a couple of amateur Indian cricketers who head to America to break into baseball's Major League, we take a look at five great movies based on baseball...

The Reel Review: Mr. Morgan’s Last Love

Michael Caine and Clémence Poésy star in Sandra Nettelbeck's Mr. Morgan's Last Love, a comedy-drama based on Francoise Dorner's French novel La Douceur Assassine. The Reel Deal film show checks it out...

Reel Talk with… Jenny Slate & Gillian Robespierre

Amon Warmann discusses film festival hit Obvious Child with the film's star Jenny Slate and director Gillian Robespierre. The film is released in UK cinemas August 29th.

The Reel Review: The Quiet Ones

Hammer's latest horror film The Quiet Ones sees a bunch of eager students follow their professor to an isolated house in order to manifest a poltergeist. But is the DVD/Blu-ray worth picking up...?