“Burying The Ex” Sees B-Movie Veteran Joe Dante Try His Hand At The Zom-Com-Rom

Martin Carr sorts the good from the bad in Joe Dante's new film Burying the Ex...
Posted On 02 Aug 2015

Life Lessons With Woody Allen: His Top 10 Film One-Liners

Woody Allen has made a career out of writing great dialogue, perfecting the "one-liner"...

Will Ferrell & Kevin Hart “Get Hard” In Director Etan Cohen’s Debut As Director

Get Hard starring Will Ferrell & Kevin Hart has enough hilarious if isolated nuggets to make it just about worth your hard-earned time.

Top 10 Films Of John Hughes

John Hughes was responsible for some of the finest comedy dramas of the 1980s and early 1990s. While his legacy may revolve around the high school drama, as this top 10 shows, his work encompassed so much more.

Misfires For Tenacious D In “The Pick of Destiny”

Tenacious D, actor Jack Black's musical side project with friend and fellow band member Kyle Gass, took to the cinema in 2006 to showcase their brand of guitar-strumming comedy. The results were forgettable.

Mel Brooks Receives BFI Fellowship

Earlier this year, Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein director Mel Brooks was awarded the BFI Fellowship, the British Film Industry's highest honour

“Happyish” Star Steve Coogan Talks About His New Showcase Series & The Pressure Of Replacing Philip Seymour Hoffman

Steve Coogan discusses his new Showcase series Happyish, his thoughts on replacing Philip Seymour Hoffman in the role, and the evolution of his comedic tastes...

“Barry McKenzie Holds His Own” Maintains Its Irreverent Grip

Why did influential film writer Pauline Kael, an outspoken critic of Australian film's lack of identity, cruelly overlook one of the best examples of its cinema renaissance in the 1970s? Mark Fraser details the virtues of vulgar comedy Barry McKenzie Holds His Own...
Posted On 01 Apr 2015