Film Review: Louder Than Bombs
Louder than Bombs is an explosion of ideas that ring in your head long after the credits.
Things To Look Forward To At Tribeca Film Festival
This year’s Tribeca Film Festival is almost upon us, and with it comes an exciting collection of features, documentaries and forward-thinking projects to get excited about.
Batman vs Superman: Do We Need Another Hero?
As we prepare to meet a new generation of comic book characters on the big screen, how far can our obsession with superheroes go?
High Rise: An Interview With Director Ben Wheatley
We spoke to the High Rise director about adapting J.G. Ballard, brutalist architecture, and working with Tom Hiddleston.
Kate Plays Christine Isn’t Afraid To Make A Statement
We spoke to Robert Greene and Kate Lyn Sheil about Kate Plays Christine, a documentary based around the tragic on-air death of news reporter Christine Chubbuck.
American Dreamer And The Art Of The Behind-The-Scenes Movie
'Behind the scenes' films offer a unique look into the filmmaker’s perspective, even when it sinks into outright lunacy.
Hail, The Coen Brothers! Hail, Caesar!
Hail, Caesar! is an explosive medley of the Coen brothers’ greatest hits.
Berlinale Review: Midnight Special
We saw Jeff Nichols' latest sci-fi adventure at Berlinale and it served as a reminder that CG and fantastical visuals should always be in service to the story and not the other way around.
The Hateful Eight: What It Means To Be 'Cinematic'
With its archetypes and widescreen processes, it might be said that the Western is one of the most ‘cinematic’ of genres.
The Most Exciting Films At Sundance Festival
This year’s Sundance Festival is upon us, and with it comes a whole host of films to get excited about.
The Revenant Is An Ugly Story Told Beautifully
An ugly story told beautifully and repetitively, The Revenant is an endurance test that overwhelms the viewer in the uncompromising vastness of nature.
Embracing The Cold: How Filmmakers Use Their Frosty Climates
The directors who make full use of the menacing and alienating properties of snowy landscapes.