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Watch: Thor: Love and Thunder – New Trailer! In cinemas July 8th

Marvel Studios’ have released a new trailer and poster for  “Thor: Love and Thunder,” revealing new details about the God of Thunder’s latest adventure—including a trek to Olympus where Zeus (Russell Crowe) reigns supreme. The film finds Thor (Chris Hemsworth) on a journey, unlike anything he’s ever faced – a search for self-discovery. But his retirement is interrupted by a galactic killer...

Fresh Review

Fresh Sebastian Stan movie

Sebastian Stan teams up with Normal People star Daisy Edgar-Jones to tackle the modern dating world with just a hint of the torment it takes eating at our own flesh. First time director Mimi Cave knocks the proverbial nail in the coffin of toxic dating with a “fresh” examination of the pitiful and tiring way men approach dating, with one...

Deep Water Review

Deep Water movie

Director Adrian Lyne returns after 20 years with a slow-burn thriller, which is both smouldering and provokingly dark, that depicts Ben Affleck as the scorned and cuckold husband. A frustrating project that quite frankly makes you want to slap the man upside his head until his true, although still frustrating, self reveals a darker side with an appetite for...

Chante Adams on starring in Denzel Washington’s latest film A Journal for Jordan & Working with Michael B. Jordan

A Journal for Jordan

Denzel Washington only steps behind the camera for projects he has a passion for and his latest as director, A Journal For Jordan is just that. Starring Michael B. Jordan and Chanté Adams, Washinton shows once again his prowess behind the camera.Based on the true story of First Sergeant Charles Monroe King (Jordan), a soldier deployed to Iraq who...

Scream (2022) Review

Scream 2022

“Do you like scary movies?” Those infamous words have become an iconic line in movie history since the first iteration of the Scream franchise graced us some 26 years ago. Now returning for its fifth feature and bringing along with it some of its legacy characters it might just be time to pack away that ghost face mask and...

The Batman In Cinemas 4th March 2022 – Watch the new trailer

The Batman Trailer image of batman and catwoman

The Batman is released in UK cinemas on 4th March 2022 and stars Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, John Turturro, Peter Sarsgaard, Jayme Lawson, with Andy Serkis and Colin Farrell. The synopsis Two years of stalking the streets as the Batman (Robert Pattinson), striking fear into the hearts of criminals, has led Bruce Wayne deep into the shadows of Gotham...

House of Gucci Review

House of Gucci

It’s been mere weeks since Ridley Scott’s The Last Duel hit cinemas. This time he catapults forward in time to tell the rise and fall of the fashion House of Gucci through the eyes of Patrizia Reggiani, played by Lady Gaga, the wife of the grandson of the Gucci founder and subsequent murderess. Gaga is truly the star of this...

Being the Ricardos Review

Being the Ricardos

Writer/Director Aaron Sorkin’s love for a real-life story with his liberal twist gets the Hollywood treatment in his latest focusing on the American comedic 1950’s comic Lucille Ball (Nicole Kidman). A behind the scenes look at one week in the starlet’s life, when tales of her philandering husband, Desi Arnaz (Javier Bardem) and her links to communism threaten her...

Pirates Review

Pirates Film 2021

Reggie Yates – known for his hard-hitting documentaries – makes his feature directorial debut with feel-good verve and fresh eyes on young Black men. Straying away from the negativity and pouring nothing but feel-good positivity and garage vibes into the very foundation of a throwback story.Set on New Year’s Eve 1999, the story focuses on three 18-year-old best mates,...

Reggie Yates, Jordan Peters, Elliot Edusah & Reda Elazouar on the feel-good comedy Pirates

Pirates Reggie Yates

Reggie Yates is well known for his hard-hitting documentaries but this week we get to see a whole new wholesome and fun-loving side in his new feature film Pirates.Written and directed by Yates, PIRATES stars relative newcomers Elliot Edusah (1917, Small Axe), Jordan Peters (Blue Story, Gangs of London) and Reda Elazouar (Outside the Wire) in the leading roles...

King Richard Review

King Richard movie

Monsters and Men director Reinaldo Marcus Green returns for this warm-hearted delve into the breakneck tenacity of the Father of iconic Tennis players Venus and Serena Williams, Richard Williams. With Venus and Serena both serving as executive producers, this is a love letter to a father who would never give up on pushing their talents via his own agenda...

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Review

Ghostbusters Afterlife review

When mentioning Ivan Reitman’s Ghostbusters, audiences of a certain age no doubt look back on a time filled with childhood nostalgia. Skip forward 37 years and insert Reitman’s offspring Jason – who directs and co-wrote the latest in the franchise instalment – and that nostalgic feeling comes rushing to the surface with the joyous and heartfelt next chapter that pays...

Eternals Review

Eternals

With the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase, 3 done and more or less dusted it’s time for the MCU to herald in a new era in phase 4 with a whole bunch of new faces. Directed by Oscar-winning art-house director Chloe Zhao gives this a more stylistic tinge filled with firsts but with all the blockbuster superhero humour and fanfare.This multi-cultural...

Spencer Review

Spencer Movie

Jackie director Pablo Larrain seems to have a taste for making movies about iconic female figures. With the 2016 film focusing on First Lady Jackie Kennedy in the aftermath of John F. Kennedy’s assassination, the filmmaker turns his focus to Princess Diana (Kristen Stewart) in this self-styled “fable from a true tragedy”.It’s a Christmas weekend in 1991, the Royal...

Army of Thieves Review

ARMY OF THIEVES

Zack Snyder’s follow-up, or shall we say prequel, to Netflix’s summer zombie hit Army of the Dead is less zombie and more heist movie. And while hitting the entirely familiar genre troupes there is a safe fall of fun and endearing capers to make this an enjoyable Friday night watch.Set 6 years before Army of the Dead, the action...

Antlers Review

Antlers

Filmmaker Scott Cooper and producer Guillermo Del Toro delve into the world of indigenous folklore in the long-delayed horror. Delay seems to be the dish of the day, as the drawn-out convoluted story tries to build a foundation filled with multiple themes before finally transforming into an anti-climax.Keri Russell heads up the cast, taking on the role of small-town...

The French Dispatch Review

The French Dispatch

Isle of Dogs filmmaker Wes Anderson returns with another over stylised quirky offering with an A-list cast for his latest. An ode to print magazines, The French Dispatch is full of vibrant and clever compositions but it doesn’t make up for the fact the comedy and coherency of his story are woefully lacking.What some may call visionary, others will...

Dune Review

Dune review

Let’s all face it, if you didn’t know Denis Villeneuve’s version of Dune was about to be released, you must have been living under a rock. The over-hyped reboot of David Lynch’s 1984 catastrophe gathers the stars of today to revive the desert story. Thanks to the use of modern technology and cinematographer Greig Fraser’s eye for the spectacular views...

Hilarious First Trailer lands for Reggie Yates ‘Pirates’

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Picturehouse Entertainment has debuted the first trailer for Reggie Yates ol' Skool nostalgia trip 'Pirates.' The film follows three best mates, Cappo (Elliot Edusah), Two Tonne (Jordan Peters) and Kidda (Reda Elazouar), trying to break into the music scene through Pirate radio. The film follows the boys as they drive through London in their tiny Peugeot pumping a live garage...

No Time To Die Review

No Time To Die

After a couple of false starts due to some kind of pandemic, Daniel Craig’s final outing as the seminal James Bond in No Time To Die is finally upon us, and boy what a way to go out. Taking on Phoebe Waller-Bridge as one of the writers alongside Neal Purvis and Robert Wade for the Craig series has had a...

The Many Saints of Newark Review

The Many Saints of Newark

After 14 years since the final episode aired of the iconic mobster series The Sopranos aired, series creator David Chase delves back into the world of dodgy dealings, murder and family betrayal once again with the prequel feature. It’s a prequel that not only veers into pointless territories but treats its audience with contempt by feeling the need to spell...

The Matrix Resurrections in cinemas December 22nd – Watch the awesome trailer

The wait is finally over and Matrix fans can rejoice in the fact that The Matrix Resurrections is coming to a cinema screen near you on December 22nd. This is the long-awaited fourth film in the groundbreaking franchise that redefined a genre, from visionary filmmaker Lana Wachowski.The new film reunites original stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in the iconic...

‘The Cleaner’ – What to Expect from the New Greg Davies Comedy

The Cleaner Greg Davies Comedy

‘Taskmaster’ host, Greg Davies once again returns to the BBC with his latest series ‘The Cleaner’ this week in the role of a crime scene cleaner who not only has an obsession for cleanliness but is also quite fond of a pint.PlotConsisting of 6 episodes the series follows Wicky (Greg Davies), a crime scene cleaner. After CSI has finished,...

LOOK: Teaser trailer for RED NOTICE starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot & Ryan Reynolds

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The FBI’s top profiler. The world’s most wanted art thief. And the greatest conman the world has never seen. Watch the teaser trailer for RED NOTICE coming to Netflix on 12th November 2021. Red Notice is a stylish globe-trotting game of cat-and-mouse (and cat).When an Interpol-issued Red Notice — the highest level warrant to hunt and capture the world’s most...

Candyman Review

Candyman 2021

Bernard Rose’s 1992 adaptation of Clive Barker’s novella gave birth to a frightening legend amongst a whole generation that preys on our fears to this very day. Nia DaCosta’s follow-up to that film injects the legend firmly in this telling with fantastical cinematography, sturdy links to the 1992 version, social commentary and a touch of tongue in cheek comedy,...

People Just Do Nothing: Big in Japan Review

People Just Do Nothing Big In Japan

What works on the small screen doesn’t necessarily mean it world work on the big; none so trying words can be spoken about the BBC’s mockumentary People Just Do Nothing and their brief dalliance with fame in Japan that jeopardises not just friendships but its cult-like status.Having gone off the air back in 2018 the Kurupt FM crew consisting...

Minamata Review

Minamata Johnny Depp

Filmmaker Andrew Levitas delves into the perils and righteous fight of famed photojournalist W. Eugene Smith with a furiously calming depiction of a fascinating and compelling narrative. It’s a drama that highlights the evils of big corporate companies polluting innocent towns and their residents and their lack of scruples when big money is respected more than the lives of...

Free Guy Review

Free Guy

If you are familiar with Jim Carrey’s The Truman Show, then you already know the vibe Night at the Museum franchise director Shawn Levy is trying to portray with Free Guy. A film that stars the lovable Ryan Reynolds as an NPC (non-playable character to those not familiar with the gaming world) with all the humour you would expect...

Coda Review

Coda movie

Writer/director Sian Heder’s Sundance award-winning film gives a voice to the hearing impaired in this charmingly quaint movie of one girl's plight of juggling life with her deaf family and the desire to spread her wings and fly the nest.Emilia Jones takes on the role of 17-year-old Ruby, a teenager with the weight of the world on her shoulders....

Stillwater Review

Stillwater

10 years in the making, Spotlight filmmaker Tom McCarthy finally give life to the Matt Damon led drama Stillwater. Loosely based and inspired by the Amanda Knox case, the young American woman who was acquitted having spent four years in an Italian prison after the murder in 2007 of her roommate. The film takes on the perspective of her...