As the first Twilight film came out 10 years to the day (let that sink in), I think it’s time to reconsider just how important that film was – and why you’re all wrong for hating it.
I’ve found myself on holiday in Philly! To celebrate, I’ve put together a list of the best films set in the City of Brotherly Love…
The remake of Dario Argento’s 1970s classic horror has rubbed some people up the wrong way, but does it work on its own merit?
After the collective sigh of relief that the first Fantastic Beasts movie was decent, how does its successor hold up?
When the actual Second World War was already horrific, and when the Nazis had actual evil scientists – look up Dr Mengele if you don’t already know – is a fictional horror film based in that context even necessary, and does it do more harm than good overall?
Steve McQueen (not that one)’s newest release is a heist movie for the ages.
On the day that the latest feature-length adaptation of How The Grinch Stole Christmas is unleashed upon this Earth, I look back at the previous efforts to translate Dr Seuss to screen and ask: why must Hollywood persist with this course?
Mike Leigh’s take on the Peterloo Massacre is without doubt beautifully shot, but does it have anything more to offer?
We’re out of Spooky Season 2k18 and heading into the big hitters of the movie calendar (and Christmas, lets not forget that): here are the ones to watch for November…
It’s the most spookyful time of the year, and what better way to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve than with a look back at the state of horror over the last 10 months: the good and the very, very bad.