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Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights – What to expect at this year’s...

It must be hard to think about Halloween as we enter the height of the summer, but for the horror fans and thrill-seekers amongst...

David Lynch: The Art Life review: Dir. Jon Nguyen (2017)

David Lynch The Art Life review: A must for devotees, this new feature-length documentary that is utterly fascinating and hypnotically watchable. David Lynch The Art...

Tommy’s Honour review: Dir. Jason Connery (2017)

Tommy's Honour review: Jason Connery directs this film about Tom and Tommy Morris, father and son pioneers of professional golf. Tommy's Honour review, Andrew Gaudion. The...

A Man Called Ove review: Dir Hannes Holm (2017)

A Man Called Ove opens with the titular Ove (Rolf Lassgård) at his lowest ebb. Six months previous, his loving wife, Sonja (Ida Engvoll)...

Gifted review: Dir. Marc Webb (2017)

Gifted review: Chris Evans leads the cast of this endearing drama; a pleasing and enjoyable movie from director Marc Webb. Gifted review by Andrew Gaudion. It...

My Cousin Rachel review: Dir. Roger Michell (2017)

My Cousin Rachel review: Roger Michell (Notting Hill, Enduring Love) directs Rachel Weisz and Sam Claflin in this new adaption of Daphne du Maurier’s 1950’s...

Dough review: Dir: John Goldschmidt (2017)

Dough review, Andrew Gaudion. The concept at the heart of John Goldschmidt’s good-natured comedy drama is one that sounds just a tiny bit ridiculous, and...

Snatched review: Dir. Jonathan Levine (2017)

Snatched review: Goldie Hawn returns to the screen after more than a decade with this Amy Schumer-led comedy vehicle from the director of 50/50. Snatched...

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword review: Dir. Guy Ritchie (2017)

King Arthur Legend of the Sword review: Guy Ritchie serves up his take on the legend. King Arthur Legend of the Sword review by Andrew...

EMO The Musical review [Berlinale]: Dir. Neil Triffett (2017)

EMO The Musical: Neil Triffett’s feature length adaption of his own short film debuts at the 2017 Berlinale. EMO The Musical review by Andrew Gaudion...