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Ice Age: Collision Course trailer

Fans of the Ice Age film franchise will get to reacquaint themselves with Sid, Manny and Diego this summer in a third prehistoric outing Ice Age: Collision Course! Scrat’s epic pursuit of the elusive acorn catapults him into the universe where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the […]


As a kid, you may have been a fan of the Goosebumps collection of stories, by R.L. Stine. As an adult, you may still be a fan of the horror books. Well for all fans, you now have the Goosebumps movie to enjoy, encapsulating all the ghoulish and monstrous characters into one fantastical story. This […]

The Hateful Eight

The Hateful Eight is a bum-numbing epic at 3 hours 7 minutes – but this movie holds the interest with some beautifully crafted dialogue and stage sequences all the way to the bloody denouement. It could be argued that this post American civil war Western is an indulgence by director Quentin Tarantino in that it […]

Frank Sinatra: Three Film Collection

December 2015 marks the 100th birthday of the legendary musician and actor, Frank Sinatra. This American superstar is still regarded as one of the most influential musicians of all time, in addition to being one of the best-selling. Sinatra also won critical acclaim for his film roles, earning three Academy Awards during his film career, […]

The BFG first-look teaser

Two of the world’s greatest storytellers come together as Roald Dahl’s classic children’s story The BFG is given the big screen treatment by director Steven Spielberg. Older readers will remember the 1989 animated feature by Cosgrove Hall, which featured the voices of David Jason as the eponymous giant and Amanda Root as the orphan he […]

Day of the Outlaw

About 500 Wild West movies were released during the 1950s. Comic books such as All-Star Western, Western Comics and Kid Colt Outlaw drove superheroes off the magazine racks. On TV, The Lone Ranger became ABC’s first true hit, while Gunsmoke would become one of the USA’s biggest television hits. In that context, it’s perhaps unsurprising […]

Jean-Luc Godard – The Political Film Theorist

Jean-Luc Godard shouldn’t be looked at as a filmmaker who also wrote political film theory but the other way around. Godard was a political film theorist first and last and his films, at least in his early period, can be seen as visual demonstrations of his broad-ranging critical thought. Godard’s name is inextricably linked to […]

Black Mass

Black Mass is an apt title for this caustic tale of manipulation, racketeering and murder that centres on a collaboration of arrogance and breathtaking stupidity between the FBI and organised crime boss, James ‘Whitey’ Bulger, played here with menace and chilling intensity by Johnny Depp. For more than a decade – until his capture in […]

Bridge of Spies

When the names Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Joel and Ethan Coen are on the same film, you might expect something quite special and most probably Oscar worthy. With Bridge of Spies; a Cold War thriller, your expectations will most certainly be met. This is truly a masterful achievement from Spielberg – a film that […]

The Fallen Idol

There was an article in The Guardian last week asking if privacy was a 20th-century anomaly; with CCTV cameras on every building, it’s easy to miss the days when you could get on with your life without someone stood over your shoulder. The Fallen Idol, rereleased on DVD, Blu-ray and EST by StudioCanal next Monday, […]

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