November 2015

The Huntsman Winter’s War Official Trailer

Snow White and The Huntsman follow up The Huntsman Winter’s War has a new official trailer and synopsis below. The trailer and detailed description from Universal Pictures finally confirms that this film will indeed be a sequel to Kristen Stewart staring original, as opposed to just a prequel. The fantastical world of Snow White and [...]

Richard Ayoade Hosts British Independent Film Awards 2015

IT Crowd star Richard Ayoade will host this year’s British Independent Film Awards. Ayoade previously won the best screenplay BIFA award in 2011 for his directorial debut film Submarine. Giving a typically hilarious and winsome response to the news Ayoade said: I have come to accept that I am now contracted to host this year’s Moet British Independent Film [...]

Top 10 Most Iconic Marlon Brando Films

With the upcoming Digital and DVD/Blu-Ray release of Stevan Riley’s hit documentary ‘Listen To Me Marlon’ on 30th November, we explore Marlon Brando’s most significant and unforgettable on-scene moments. All excerpts below are in his own words and taken directly from the film. A Streetcar Named Desire It was a very explosive part. And it electrified everybody. [...]

Now You See Me 2 Teaser Trailer

Here’s the first official look at the Now You See Me sequel featuring returning stars Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Mark Ruffalo. Those watching carefully will notice that Lizzy Caplan has quietly replaced Isla Fisher in a not so subtle slight of Hollywood hand. Official synopsis and teaser trailer [...]

Glasgow Film Festival 2016 Updates

Glasgow Film Festival today announced its new programme strands for 2016, along with a major new development. The festival, which runs from 17-28 February 2016 and is supported by Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, Creative Scotland, the BFI and EventScotland, traditionally contains a retrospective of films by a particular legendary star. This year, they’re broadening the focus to [...]

Critics’ Circle Honour Kenneth Branagh

The UK’s top film critics will present Sir Kenneth Branagh with their highest accolade, the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film, at their awards ceremony on Sunday 17th January. Born in Belfast and raised in Reading, Branagh graduated from The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1981 and is now its 16th president. He [...]

Brooklyn Review

The Plot In 1950s Ireland and New York, young Eilis Lacey (Saoirse Ronan) has to choose between two men and two countries. The Good Saoirse Ronan gives an incredible and  likely award winning performance in this beautiful adaptation of Colm Tóibín’s 2009 novel of the same name. The story of Brooklyn is not particularly unique, [...]

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 Review

The Plot With Panem at the tipping point of a revolution, Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and her army make their final push into the Capitol to deal with President Snow (Donald Sutherland) once and for all. The Good Picking up from right where Part 1 left off, with Katniss sporting a badly bruised neck thanks to [...]

British Independent Film Awards Nominations 2015

The British Independent Film Awards 2015 Nominations lists were announced in London by Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Gemma Chan. Films such as Macbeth, 45 Years, High-Rise, Ex Machina, The Lobster and Amy were among the independent productions dominating across a number of categories this year.Check out a  full list of nominees across all categories below: Best [...]

Prometheus Sequels Hault Neill Blomkamp Alien Reboot

Ridley Scott is determined to deliver several sequels to Alien origin story Prometheus. The first of which Alien: Paradise Lost is set to begin filming in January 2016. Unfortunately it seems Fox has decided to put Neill Blomkamp’s planned Alien sequel on hold to focus on Scott’s series. The District 9 and Chappie director broke [...]