After introducing audiences to Best F(r)iends: Volume 1 earlier this year, writer and lead actor Greg Sestero returns with Best F(r)iends: Volume 2.
The controversial French artist’s latest work is the insane psychedelic dance movie Climax
On its 30th birthday, John Carpenter’s cult classic They Live is more relevant and compelling than ever
It’s time to revisit John Carpenter’s prophecy of a world clogged by signals and stimulus.
Interview: S. Craig Zahler on directing Mel Gibson and filming hardcore action for Dragged Across Concrete
We sat down to speak to writer/director S. Craig Zahler about what is sure to be a controversial production.
Do we really need another Robin Hood movie? That question was on the mind of director Otto Bathurst, as Sarah Ward discovers in her interview with the first-time feature filmmaker. The latest iteration of the iconic outlaw’s story arrives in cinemas November 22. With arrows flying as fast as bullets, slick costuming and a generally […]
This could actually work.
If you think you’ve seen every kind of zombie movie there is to see, think again.
Helen Barlow speaks with Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Ezra Miller and more.
The blockbuster director talks to us about his latest visually striking film.
Here are movies that go beyond the pale, offering up ridiculously jarring historical bloopers.
Queen music has been used in great scenes in many films, from Wayne’s World to Highlander to Shaun of the Dead,
Here are our picks and predictions for all the major categories.
The new Suspiria is less a remake of the original than a love letter to it.
A cinematic analysis of Red Dead Redemption 2, the blockbuster game deeply connected to film history
The western was baked into the very foundation of the moving image.
The star defends her erotic blockbusters and explains why she embraced horror.
Streaming guru and film critic Craig Mathieson picks his November highlights.
Jason Blum interview: the hotshot producer of Halloween and Get Out reveals the secret of his success
Now Jason Blum has his hands on the originator of residential terror: Halloween.
How would you feel after watching all four A Star is Born movies in a single day?
He might be known as a master of horror, but John Carpenter’s musical prowess is just as legendary.
We search the catacombs of cinema history to pick ten of the greatest horror anthologies ever made.