Review: The Broken

Welcome to Act 1 of Sean Ellis' 2009 horror The Broken. Where is Act 2 and Act 3 I hear you ask - I haven't got a clue! Lena Headey is the scream-queen in this riff on Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

Niall MacCormick’s Albatross arrives in UK cinemas 14th October

BAFTA-nominated Niall MacCormick’s debut feature film Albatross stars British newcomer Jessica Brown Findlay and rising star Felicity Jones (Cemetery Junction, Chalet Girl) in a modern-day coming-of-age tale set in a sleepy English village. Written by Tamzin Rafn, the film draws...

Review: Attack The Block

London's hoodies are about to get more than they bargained for when aliens land in the city and proceed to take over their neighbourhood. Daniel Stephens reviews Joe Cornish's feature film debut.

“Cemetery Junction” Is A Sub-Par Debut From Talented Creators Ricky Gervais & Stephen Merchant

The Office and Extras creators Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant unfortunately disappoint with their first feature film collaboration.

Excitement for new Brit thriller The Holding

Excitement mounts for new British thriller The Holding, the debut feature film of Susan Jacobson. Set amongst the Peak District's rolling hills, the film takes place on an isolated farm eight months after Cassie (Kierston Wareing) killed and...

55th BFI London Film Festival

The programme for the 55th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express launched today by Artistic Director Sandra Hebron, celebrates the imagination and excellence of international filmmaking from both established and emerging talent. Over 16 days the Festival...

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy gets ever closer

Thomas "Let The Right One In" Alfredson's much-anticipated English-language follow-up to his critically acclaimed vampire movie nears its unveiling. Audience's...

British Cinema’s Back Alleys and Byways: A Top 10

Anthony Nield takes a unique look at forgotten and little-seen British cinema throughout the last 70 years. From war propaganda in the 40s to violent and sexually explicit exploitation in the 70s to avant-garde and experimentation in the 80s and 90s, Anthony's...