4k restoration of The Servant headed to cinemas and home media

News | Clare Brunton | 29.07.21
StudioCanal has announced a 4K restoration of Joseph Losey’s 1963 classic The Servant, starring Dirk Bogarde & James Fox

Netflix steps up its efforts to land Christopher Nolan’s next film

News | Simon Brew | 29.07.21
Christopher Nolan hasn’t announced a new movie post-Tenet yet – but he has been continuing to talk to Netflix
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A Quiet Place 3 set for 2023

News | Simon Brew | 29.07.21
Paramount sets the third entry in the A Quiet Place saga for March of 2023: a scant few details can be found here

King Richard starring Will Smith: first trailer

News | Simon Brew | 29.07.21
Will Smith headlines the upcoming biopic King Richard, the father of Venus and Serena Williams: see the trailer here

Terrifying-looking documentary The Alpinist lands September release

News | Simon Brew | 29.07.21
The Alpinist is not the documentary you’re looking for if you don’t have a head for heights: more details here

Vinnie Jones headlines Rise Of The Footsoldier: Origins

News | Simon Brew | 29.07.21
The new Rise Of The Footsoldier film will be heading to cinemas in September, it’s been announced: see a clip here

Riders Of Justice review – eccentrically charming and blackly comic

Review | Genevieve Harrison | 29.07.21
Riders Of Justice is a blackly comic new film starring the ever impressive Mads Mikkelsen – and here’s our review
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4K Ultra HD Blu-ray: upcoming UK releases and dates

News | Simon Brew | 29.07.21
As the format continues to slowly gain traction – here’s our regularly-updated list of upcoming 4K UK disc releases
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Films to watch on BBC iPlayer right now (and when they’re leaving the service)

News | Em McGowan | 28.07.21
Who needs Netflix and Prime? Turns out that BBC iPlayer has a terrific collection of films to watch – here’s our fully updated list

The new Predator film to go back to basics

News | Simon Brew | 28.07.21
Predator 5 is coming – and it’s going to be learning some lessons from the films that came before it, it seems

A Clockwork Orange is coming to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray in October

News | Simon Brew | 28.07.21
Another Stanley Kubrick film heads to 4K disc, as Warner Bros sets A Clockwork Orange for an October release on the format

October’s UK releases for The Criterion Collection announced

News | Simon Brew | 28.07.21
Love & Basketball and La Dolce Vita lead the new additions to the Criterion Collection this coming October: more here

The Saint: Rege-Jean Page lands title role

News | Simon Brew | 28.07.21
The big screen take on The Saint is back on, with Bridgerton’s Rege-Jean Page the new Simon Templar

Mental health & wellbeing matters: taking a time out

Feature | Simon Brew | 28.07.21
A few words on taking a bit of downtime, as well as a list of hopefully useful resources as well

Vanquish review: this one ain’t John Wick

Review | Ryan Lambie | 28.07.21
Vanquish has pedigree in front and behind the camera but ultimately fails to thrill
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife – brand new trailer released

News | Clare Brunton | 27.07.21
Here’s the latest trailer for the new Ghostbusters film, that’s heading our way at last in November

#Smellypantswee: a little tribute to Kip

News | Simon Brew | 27.07.21
A few words about Wittertainment, smellypantswee, and a remarkable human being who’s been taken from us far too soon

Could James Gunn’s second coming reboot superhero films?

News | Dan Cooper | 27.07.21
James Gunn, on the eve of The Suicide Squad’s release, has had some words to say about superhero movies

No Time To Die: new promo confirms October release plan

News | Simon Brew | 27.07.21
It looks like James Bond might actually return this time, as the promotional campaign for No Time To Die gets back up and running (again)

Ant-Man 3 starts filming in the UK

News | Simon Brew | 27.07.21
Britain is playing host to the third Ant-Man movie, and filming has got underway it’s been confirmed ahead of its 2023 release

Oscar-winner The Father heads to disc in August

News | Simon Brew | 27.07.21
Anthony Hopkins’ Oscar-winning performance in The Father is available on disc in the UK next month: more details

Luke Goss headlines new sci-fi thriller Override: first trailer

News | Simon Brew | 27.07.21
Luke Goss headlines a new sci-fi film, Override – and here’s the trailer, along with its UK release details as well

Deerskin review: unhinged, twisted, funny

Review | Freda Cooper | 27.07.21
Strange, unhinged and twisted – Quentin Dupieux’s Deerskin is an oddly discomforting but humorous affair

The Exorcist sequel announces cast after Universal seals a deal with Blumhouse

News | Clare Brunton | 26.07.21
Leslie Odom Jr and Ellen Burstyn to star in David Gordon Green’s Exorcist films following a rumoured $400 million deal with Universal

Aly Michalka discusses the rumoured Easy A sequel

News | Clare Brunton | 26.07.21
Easy A star Aly Michalka confirms the rumoured sequel might still happen, but maybe not as you expected

Venice Film Festival lineup announced

News | Clare Brunton | 26.07.21
The line-up for Venice Film Festival has been announced with many high profile films such as Spencer and Last Night In Soho due to premiere

Army Of Thieves: trailer lands to Army Of The Dead prequel

News | Simon Brew | 26.07.21
The first prequel to Zack Snyder’s Army Of The Dead is Army Of Thieves – and here’s the trailer for the movie

Jason Blum on his reluctance to bring Paranormal Activity back

News | Simon Brew | 26.07.21
Paranormal Activity 7 may be on its way – and it’s been completed – but that doesn’t mean Jason Blum was initially keen on the idea

Liam Neeson still set for The Naked Gun reboot, he confirms

News | Simon Brew | 26.07.21
The planned reboot of The Naked Gun is still active, with Liam Neeson and Seth MacFarlane both remaining aboard the project

New Tomb Raider film still not given the go ahead

News | Simon Brew | 26.07.21
Alicia Vikander is all set to return as Lara Croft – but not just yet, it seems, as the film’s not been given the official go ahead

The first four Star Trek films are getting fresh Blu-ray releases

News | Simon Brew | 26.07.21
At the start of September, the first four Star Trek movies are getting new individual Blu-ray releases in the UK

Do you walk out of films at the cinema early if you don’t like them?

News | Simon Brew | 26.07.21
No matter how bad the film is, why do so many of us stick it out at the cinema and refuse to leave early? A few thoughts right here

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich

News | Sarah Cook | 26.07.21
Our old movies feature returns, as we celebrate the screen work of Marlene Dietrich: and you never forget your first Dietrich film

DVD and Blu-ray release dates confirmed: up to January 2022

News | Simon Brew | 26.07.21
A glimpse at upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release dates until January 2022 – here’s what’s arriving and when

MASSIVE cinema is hosting Censor preview screenings in the UK

News | Clare Brunton | 23.07.21
Fans of British horror are getting an early treat this August as MASSIVE Cinema is hosting preview screenings of Censor

How Man Of Steel came together from The Dark Knight Rises

News | Simon Brew | 23.07.21
Co-writer David Goyer explains how writer’s block on The Dark Knight Rises led to Man Of Steel happening

Old review: M Night Shyamalan’s latest set to split audiences

Review | Simon Brew | 23.07.21
M Night Shyamalan’s latest film heads into cinemas – and with very light spoilers at most, here’s our review

Film Quiz Friday: We’ll Be Back…

News | Mark Harrison | 23.07.21
How well do you know the wit and wisdom of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s characters? Find out in this week’s film quiz

Jordan Peele announces next film, release date and cast

News | Dan Cooper | 23.07.21
Nope is the new film from Jordan Peele, and it’s going to be with us in the summer of 2022: more details here

Fast & Furious 9 writer to pen live-action Battle Of The Planets movie

News | Dan Cooper | 23.07.21
Daniel Casey will be writing the big screen adaptation of the popular late-70s anime Battle Of The Planets – more details here

David Goyer reveals details about his unmade He-Man movie

News | Dan Cooper | 23.07.21
David Goyer has been talking about his attempt to bring Masters Of The Universe back to the movies

Nowhere Special review: an absolute indie treat

Review | Charlotte Harrison | 23.07.21
In Nowhere Special, single dad John spends his last few months trying to find the perfect home for Michael after his death