Five years on, and Chris Morris's masterful comedy about suicide bombers, Four Lions, is perhaps more important…
With the new year approaching, we celebrate our films of 2014. Matt Reeves's Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is up.
'71 is a searing depiction of the Troubles, in part because its director has no personal stake in the debate.
Sometimes, the critics are just wrong. This week, we're bringing John Milius's Conan the Barbarian back from the…
It's time to face the fact that it's not 1988 anymore, Frank.
We offer Zack Snyder a few pointers for his ambitious superhero sequel.
Disney has some serious talent lined up for its upcoming Star Wars films. Also, JJ Abrams.
A remarkably assured debut from a 19-year-old director, Hungerford flies the flag for no-budget moviemaking.
In the final episode of the series, we were having serious Jason and the Argonauts flashbacks.
So this is what they've been saving all the money for...
Hello. My name is Oberyn Martell. You killed my sister. Prepare to die.
Amid complaints that Godzilla 2014 is too serious, we think the problem is far more simple.
This week: the end of an epic bromance and Westeros's equivalent of the Hulk
Dragons go kill-crazy and Peter Dinklage secures his Emmy nomination.
While steps have been taken, lack of diversity is still a problem in today's superhero movies.
From the closing night of the festival, our thoughts on Upside Down
This week: Drama! Excitement! Things actually happening!
This week, the controversy over last week's rape scene lingers on. Spoilers, obvs.
From the Sci-Fi-London Film Festival, our report on a Greek fantasy epic which cost €10,000 to make.
This week's episode promises that Daenerys...will get to do something next week.