Friday, July 10, 2020

It’s a date…

Comedy in Due Date stems from the usual unlikely duo - an angry man and a fool.

Panique Au Village / A Town Called Panic

It’s bizarre, but immensely charming, and it’s definitely unlike anything else you’ll see this year.

Steve McQueen

In memory of “The King of Cool”, The Saint reviews some of his most iconic roles.

This Gun’s For Hire

Ross Dickie reviews the latest film from director Olivier Assayas

Trick or Treat?

In light of the season, Flossie Topping checks out some lesser-known horror films.

Late Night Showings at the NPH: Win a pair of cinema...

James Williamson and Suzannah Evans preview the upcoming screenings and offer a chance to win some free tickets.

Preview: Burke & Hare

Tom O’Neill wonders if Simon Pegg’s latest film is P.C.

A fresh perspective on the Freshers’ Film

Mariko Primarolo and Elyssa Winn consider getting involved in Rogue Productions

The Losers DVD Review

James Williamson reviews a comic book adaptation which could have been so much more

How Mark Zuckerberg made “friend” a verb

Ross Dickie reports on David Fincher’s The Social Network and the origins of Facebook