Stars of Pulp Fiction and Miller’s Crossing are brought together for Mitu Misra’s unflinching, award-winning British thriller about loyalty and revenge, a Northern Noir in the tradition of Mike Hodge’s Get Carter and Mike Figgis’ Stormy Monday.
Just how far will someone go to be the number one TV show in America? How about putting suicides on a live TV show with people giving money to their families?
You won’t have heard of the old TV show Brigsby Bear. A fantastical bear who saved the universe and taught maths and exercise. You won’t have heard of him, because it doesn’t exist.
We’re on the lookout for new and exciting writers to come and join our happy little team. Read on to find out more.
Daguerrotype, otherwise known as Le Secret De La Chambre Noire (The secret of the dark room), is a French film by a Japanese writer and director.
Hot on the heels of the recent Security, Antonio Banderas is back in leather-jacket, ass-kicking action. It appears the Spanish star is attempting to be another Liam Neeson.
It was only a matter of time before someone made a movie about the Instagram phenomenon, in particular the dark-side of it all.
The actor Timothy J. Cox got in touch with us recently and asked if we’d like to review some of the films he’s been working on lately, we were only too happy to oblige.
I went into Base believing it to be a documentary about Base jumping and wingsuiters. Whilst it’s filmed in a documentary style (GoPro’s ahoy), it’s very much a film.