The Post Review

The Plot Based on the sensational true story The Post follows the legal battle between Nixon’s Whitehouse administration and The Washington Post over efforts to publish sensational revelations about the Vietnam War contained in classified government documents. The Good Director Steven Spielberg has a brilliant track record for documenting historical events in a dramatic and [...]

Coco Review

The Plot During the day of the dead festivities a young boy with dreams of being a great musician finds himself accidentally crossing over from the land of the living to the world of the dead. While adapting to his strange and colourful new surroundings he finds himself torn between his own dreams and the [...]

Eric Clapton Life In 12 Bars Interviews

Check out interviews below from the Toronto International Film Festival with musical icon Eric Clapton and director Lili Fini Zanuck about much anticipated musical documentary Eric Clapton Life In 12 Bars. The film charts the life and career of one of the greatest guitarists of all time in intimate detail. Eric Clapton: Life in 12 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Big Fish The Musical Review

The Plot Likeable charmer Edward Bloom is a romantic larger than life figure with a rare gift for storytelling, but as his son embarks on his own family life he struggles to separate fact from fantasy, hoping to figure out who his father really is beneath all his fantastical tales before it’s too late. The [...]

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 [...]

BFI London Film Festival Closing Film Confirmed

The 61st BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express is delighted to announce that this year’s Closing Night gala will be Martin McDonagh’s THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI. The film will receive its UK premiere on Sunday 15 October at the Odeon Leicester Square and acclaimed screenwriter, director and playwright McDonagh is expected to attend [...]

Summer In The City 2017 Video Highlights

Summer in the City the UK’s largest YouTube and online video festival has been running since 2009, bringing fans and high profile YouTube creators together for an amazing three day celebration. Check out exclusive interview and panel highlights below from this years exciting with talent including Emily Hart, The Lean Machines, Ricky Dillon, Dodie Clark, [...]