31 January 2023
Empire of Light Review: Sex, thugs and loss of control
Barricaded behind the grand, glass doors of the Empire Cinema on a quaint, British seafront, yearning, curiosity, hope and torment intertwine in Sam Mendes’ latest work of art.
31 July 2022
Prima Facie: A horrifying story of a ‘corrosive wound’ familiar to too many
Riding off the successes of her lead role in BBC’s Killing Eve, Jodie Comer hit London’s West End in a one-woman show Prima Facie.
21 April 2022
Review: Old (2021)
M Night Shyamalan’s most recent film falls flat in many of the same places his previous features have.
7 April 2022
Voice Retrospectives: Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972)
It’s been almost 50 years to the day since Werner Herzog released what is often considered his masterpiece. How does it hold up?
30 March 2022
Every Andrei Tarkovsky film, ranked
Join us as we rank the films of one of the most acclaimed directors of all time: Andrei Tarkovsky.
28 March 2022
Review: X (2022)
Ti West works with A24 to deliver a voyeuristic horror about a group of porn filmmakers.
21 March 2022
The majority of biopics are terrible, so why does Hollywood seem to love them?
Hollywood pumps out plenty of biographical pictures every year, and they often get nominated for major awards. So why are they so forgettable?
17 February 2022
The fascinating world of New Iranian Cinema
A detailed look at New Iranian Cinema and why you should check out some of the films belonging to the movement.
14 September 2021
Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Marvel’s new cinematic offering is a breath of fresh air within the franchise.
24 August 2021
Mission Green: Cinemas
How is the big screen going green?
17 May 2021
Our 10 most anticipated films as we come out of lockdown
As cinemas finally reopen we’ve picked the best post-lockdown offerings. Get your snacks, an iconic Tango Ice Blast and choose which film you will be seeing this season.
29 April 2021
Leeds Hyde Park Picture House is back in motion
Film screenings are to resume from 17 May at the iconic Hyde Park Picture House as they launch their On the Road Programme.
6 July 2020
Government announces £1.57bn support package for the UK arts and culture sector
The announcement comes at a time where many organisations are on the brink of permanent closure
31 May 2019
An extraordinary movie that follows the story of Elton John's breakthrough years…
Here are my thoughts on Rocketman...
21 May 2018
A Cinematic Combat: The Clash Between Netflix and Cannes
Do films by the streaming service deserve a place at award ceremonies?
15 December 2017
Have you ever watched a film and walked away thinking 'I want to do that'? Well this film did that to me, obviously disregarding the illegal activity but I think if Acting doesn't work out for me, I might go down the 'running a poker game' route. Again, minus the illegal activity.
30 December 2016
Films to look forward to in 2017
Take a look at just some of the massive films that we're going to get lost in in 2017.
22 October 2016
Studio 5 Genesis Cinema
Earlier this week I checked out one of the coolest cinema spots in London. Fun, affordable and definitely one to visit