Daniel Radcliffe has gone on record apologising for the things his character had to say during his latest neo-Nazi flick. However, should he actually be apologising for a painfully dull and un-charismatic performance?
Something always bothered me about the tin-foil-hatted way in which classic art and literature is made to be part of a super-secret puzzle that only one person in the world can solve.
Channel 4’s Walter Presents drama series offers the best that foreign actors, studios and directors to the British public. Deutschland 83 is a prime example of this.
This year Paula Hawkins’ thriller novel The Girl On The Train got the Gone Girl treatment but didn’t quite have heads turning for the same reasons.
The second and final official trailer for Rogue One dropped today and we get a glimpse of Darth Vader in all his glory.
Found Footage films are an odd genre to discuss. On one hand, these kind of films can be a fairly interesting and effective way to bring across a greater sense of reality and energy to proceedings.
Legendary director and producer Tim Burton has once again captured our hearts and let us embrace our own quirkiness with adventure Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
For anyone who feels an affinity to geek culture, a comic con of any size feels a bit like being a kid in a sweet shop. This seemed to be more evident at The Linc-Con.
Bridget Jones is a classic character that most females feel an affinity with; she’s not a perfect pin up but a real woman who struggles through the everyday issues of diets, jobs and, of course, men.