Sherlock Gnomes Review

The Plot Gnomeo & Juliet have moved to London and have a new garden home. While they’re busy navigating their relationship and new roles as leaders of their combined Gnome family, tragedy strikes as Garden Gnomes across London suddenly disappear. Fortunately Gnomeo and Juliet cross paths with the world’s most brilliant team of ornamental detectives [...]

Atomic Blonde Review

The Plot As the 1980s and Cold War draws to a bitter close a British agent is dispatched to the murky underworld of Berlin to recover priceless information and track down the identity of a mysterious double agent. The Good From its opening scene to its closing moments Atomic Blonde is relentlessly propelled by a [...]

X-Men: Apocalypse Review

The Plot With the emergence of the world’s first mutant, Apocalypse (Oscar Isaac), the X-Men must unite to defeat his plans for the extinction of humanity. The Good Since 2011’s X-Men: First Class, Fox studios have been working towards, and succeeded in rebooting the mutant comic book franchise with a younger cast and period settings [...]

BAFTA Film Awards Rising Star Nominations

The first BAFTA Film Awards nominations have been announced with the five shortlisted finalists for the EE Rising Star Award. The category is the only one at next month’s BAFTA ceremony voted for by the general public It also seeks to recognize the success and future potential of young talent. Previous winners include James McAvoy, Kristen [...]

Jack Huston Linked to The Crow Reboot

Relativity Media continues to struggle to convince actor and directors that it is actually a good idea to remake cult classic The Crow. The studio had previously seen stars like Bradley Cooper, Tom Hiddleston, James McAvoy and Alexander Skarsgard reportedly pass on the role. Hobbit star Luke Evans was finally confirmed for the part and [...]

Jameson Empire Awards 2014 Winners

The best films and filmmakers of the past year, as voted for by the cinema-going public, were honoured this evening at the 19th Jameson Empire Awards. Film fans from the UK and around the world selected their cinema highlights for the awards, which honour blockbusters, independent filmmaking and home-grown British films. To celebrate 25 years [...]

James McAvoy Talks X-Men Sequels

Whilst collecting his well-deserved best actor prize at this year’s British Independent Film Awards for his bravely depraved turn in Filth, star James McAvoy talked to Red Carpet News about what fans can expect from X-Men First Class sequel X-Men Days of Future Past. The next X-Men film unites the First Class stars including Michael [...]

British Independent Film Awards Winners 2013

British talent turned out this evening for the 16th Moët British Independent Film Awards. The winners were announced at the star-studded ceremony, held at Old Billingsgate which was hosted by BIFA Winning actor James Nesbitt. Best British Independent Film was won by Metro Manila with the film’s director Sean Ellis picking up Best Director. Lindsay [...]

British Independent Film Awards Nominations 2013

The Moët British Independent Film Awards  nominations have been announced this morning by Ewan McGregor. The ceremony itself will take place on 8th December at Old Billingsgate in central London. Now in its 16th year, the Awards were created in 1998 by Raindance and set out to celebrate merit and achievement in independently funded British film-making, to honor new talent, and to promote [...]

Filth Review

The Plot: Bruce Robertson is an unapologetically depraved bigoted and misogynistic Edinburgh cop. Fuelled by drugs, alcohol and obvious mental health issues he ruthlessly pursues a promotion by systematically attempting to discredit and humiliate his colleagues. It’s soon clear however that the ultimate goal of his vicious schemes is to win back his estranged wife [...]