The Shape Of Water Review

The Plot During a time when cold war paranoia and thinly veiled prejudices grip American society, an unlikely relationship develops between a mute cleaning lady and a mysterious creature being held at the secret government facility she works at. The Good Guillermo Del Toro is a rarely gifted storyteller with an unashamed passion for the [...]

Netflix Confirms Bright Sequel

Netflix gambled a budget in excess of $90 million on making original supernatural cop drama Bright with Will Smith, Joel Edgerton and director David Ayer. In a bold mood for the streaming service the big budget fantasy adventure launched over the festive holidays and has already become the most watched film in the 190 countries [...]

Darkest Hour Review

The Plot As Western Europe teeters on the brink of collapse at the start of World War 2 popular political outsider Winston Churchill becomes the new British prime minister. During Britain’s darkest days Churchill must not only find a way to win over a reluctant political establishment but more importantly avoid total military destruction and [...]

The Last Jedi Takes Over $1 Billion

Star Wars The Last Jedi has dominated cinema screens across Christmas and New Year to inevitably break through the $1 billion box office barrier after just three weeks on release. By New Year’s Eve the much debated new chapter in the Star Wars saga had amassed $1,040 billion with half coming from the USA and [...]

Pitch Perfect 3 Review

Pitch Perfect 3 Review The Plot Acapella singing superstars the Barden Bellas have grown up and grown apart, but a chance to reunite for one last chance to compete for musical glory on a European Tour might just put each of their individual lives back on track. The Good Pitch Perfect 3 will be a [...]

British Independent Film Awards 2017 Winners

The British Independent Film Awards took place last night with acclaimed drama God’s Own Country proving to be the night’s biggest winner. The film won multiple awards, including best British independent film, best actor for Josh O’Connor, and best debut screenwriter for Director Francis Lee. Also picking up multiple awards was Lady MacBeth with rising star Florence Pugh winning [...]

What’s On Stage Awards 2018 Nominations

Nominations have been announced for the 18th annual What’s On Stage Awards Ceremony taking place at the start of 2018. Uniquely voted for by theatre audiences the awards sees the best in live theatre from across the country competing  for honours, with household names and emerging talents celebrated together. Bat Out of Hell and 42nd Street each lead [...]

BAFTA Children’s Awards 2017 Winners List

Winners for the British Academy Children’s Awards 2017 were announced over the weekend at a star studded ceremony in central London at the Camden Roundhouse. Full list of nominees in all categories listed below, with winners in bold. SPECIAL AWARD JACQUELINE WILSON ANIMATION THE AMAZING WORLD OF GUMBALL Ben Bocquelet, Mic Graves, Sarah Fell – [...]

Darkest Hour Review TIFF 2017

The Plot As Western Europe teeters on the brink of collapse at the start of World War 2 popular political outsider Winston Churchill becomes the new British prime minister. During Britain’s darkest days Churchill must not only find a way to win over a reluctant political establishment but more importantly avoid total military destruction and [...]

Cult Of Chucky Opens FrightFest 2017

This year’s FrightFest Horror Film festival opened in Leicester Square with the premiere for Cult Of Chucky the latest instalment in the long running cult horror franchise. Director Don Mancini and stars Fiona Dourif & Jennifer Tilly met excited hordes of fans and spoke to Red Carpet News. Check out the interviews below The Opening [...]