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London Has Fallen

Gerard Butler’s Top 5 Most Bad-Ass Roles

After an unconventional start into acting (he was fired as a lawyer in Edinburgh due to his partying antics and moved to London), Gerard...

Glasgow Film Festival 2016: Audience Q+A with the Cast of Bridgend

After the sold out screening of BRIDGEND at the Glasgow Film Festival, director JEPPE RONDE and actors HANNAH MURRAY, JOSH O'CONNOR, and Steve Waddington sat down...

The Walking Dead: ‘Knots Untie’ Review (S06E11)

Ahhh. Well, that was better, wasn't it? That was a little more of what we needed, wouldn't you say? THE WALKING DEAD this week...
Matthias Schoenaerts

Matthias Schoenaerts & Thomas Vinterberg Reunite For Submarine Survival Tale ‘Kursk’

Matthias Schoenaerts will be adding yet another film to his ever expanding CV, as the actor has signed on to star in KURSK, the fact-based survival drama. Deadline reports...

Interview With Winter Director Heidi Greensmith

HEIDI GREENSMITH'S drama WINTER was well-received by the audience and critics at the Glasgow Film Festival last week. Despite being unable to attend the...

John Carpenter In Concert – Halloween 2016 In London And Manchester

Few concert announcements have excited me more in recent months than learning this week that horror legend, John Carpenter is to perform some of...
Finding Dory

Sneak Peek Of The Upcoming Finding Dory

Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) is back on our screens this summer and appears to be having some memory problems in Disney's new teaser for the...

Sing Street Review: A Satisfyingly Addictive, Toe-Tapping Flick

Director: John Carney Cast:  Lucy Boynton,  Maria Doyle Kennedy,  Jack Reynor,  Kelly Thornton,  Ferdia Walsh-Peelo,  Aidan Gillen,  Ben Carolan Rating: 12A Running Time: 105 mins Release Date: April 22nd, 2016 Get ready for my first pick of the feel-good...