We lament Guillermo del Toro jumping ship from Beauty and the Beast, and what could've been for fairytale movies.…
Think you know The Matrix? Think again, buddy.
As the Filmcast turns ten, Dom and Liam celebrate with a special guest interview.
As North Korea threatens retaliation for The Interview, man-of-the-arts James Franco should probably know better.…
Gangsters, turtles, WWII tank commanders and recovering former Downton Abbey stars all got trailers of their own…
From the 2014 Edinburgh Film Festival, we talk to Charlie Siskel, co-director of Finding Vivian Maier.
Shows like Orange is the New Black and Blackish are showing networks how to get diversity right.
Boxing has Raging Bull, wrestling has The Wrestler, baseball has Moneyball. But where is that great football movie?…
We don't want celebrities pretending to enjoy a game, we want something mesmerising
Gamers love to talk about Lara Croft and Alyx Vance, but these ten women don't get the recognition they deserve
Disney has some serious talent lined up for its upcoming Star Wars films. Also, JJ Abrams.
Dorian Gray adds another notch to the bedpost, while the last two episodes are completely forgotten.
Due to increasing pressure, Hollywood blockbusters are becoming increasingly homogenised - and it's us that…
As audiences flock to see The Fault in Our Stars, we ask what pleasure people take from tragedy on film.
Continuing our series of TV shows you need to see, it's HBO's soon-to-be-concluded The Newsroom.
Jersey Boys gets eviscerated, while there's amazement all round that Rio 2 is still in the UK top ten.
A female protagonist in The Legend of Zelda would be a great idea, and a much needed step forward for the industry.
Despite 22 Jump Street trying to have its cake and eat it, homophobia in mainstream comedy endures.
After two failed attempts at a standalone Hulk movie, we have the effects and actor to finally make it work.
By taking on a subject cinema has yet to take full advantage of, firebrand director Oliver Stone could be back.