Life of Brian: Monty Python’s 40th Anniversary re-release

The 40thanniversary re-release of Monty Python’s Life of Brian over the bank holiday weekend invites in the public one more time to enjoy this quintessentially British classic.

May 3, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentReview

A Deal With The Universe: An interview with Jason Barker

We reviewed documentary A Deal With The Universe last week upon its release through Peccadillo Pictures.

April 19, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentInterview

Mid 90s: Thoughtful, Sharp, Achingly Cool

For those of you who grew up in the nineties it’s quite possible you recall such wonderful gems as the MaccyD merchandise from the original Jurassic Park film.

April 12, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentReview

Tales of The City: Netflix releases tear-jerker trailer for upcoming miniseries

Armistead Maupin’s famous book series Tales of the City illustrating the life a group of interlinked individuals in the hey days of 70s San Francisco is receiving a revival, or more aptly a continuation to the story, 26 years since the series’ first foray into TV.

April 10, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentTV

A Deal With the Universe: A journey into Trans. parenthood

A Deal With the Universe is a documentary made by a transgender filmmaker, focused on a transgender man’s story.

April 9, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentReview

The Haunting of Sharon Tate: Hilary Duff brings 00s nostalgia to a lacklustre horror thriller

Audiences get the chance to see Hilary Duff (the original queen of Disney Channel, currently starring in TV’s Younger) in a new light as she takes on her first horror role in the new indie film The Haunting of Sharon Tate.

April 8, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentReview

Colby Strong – Winning The Fight

Colby Strong as ‘Blaze’ on the latest version of the Hasbro Power Rangers Beast Morphers series.

April 8, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentTV

Shazam!: Emotional family drama disguised as a charming superhero comedy

When orphan Billy Batson says the name ‘Shazam’ he is transformed from teenager to superhero adult, using his powers just as a child would, enjoying himself rather than fighting crime.

April 7, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentReview

Happy As Lazzro: A charmed & twisted modern day fable

Writer/ director Alice Rohrwacher is carving herself out to be an imminent and unique film-maker of the Italian but also the independent world cinema.

April 5, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentReview

Tommy Martinez – Embracing Acceptance

Candid’s Jeff Conway talks to actor, Tommy Martinez who is grabbing the world’s attention on ‘Good Trouble’, portraying an openly bisexual character.

April 2, 2019 | Film + Entertainment

BFI FLARE 2019: Our round-up of this year’s LGBTQ film festival

BFI Flare 2019, the BFI’s yearly festival dedicated to screening upcoming queer cinema and LGBTQ films, was once again upon us for its 33rd edition.

April 1, 2019 | FestivalsFilm + Entertainment

Shorts: Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not is a short film set during the Christmas period in inner city London, under a busy intersection.

March 22, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentFirst Look

Jedidiah Goodacre – Small Town Rising

Gaining attention early on for his handsome yet silly nature within the Disney cinematic world, actor Jedidiah Goodacre is about to join the dark side…on Netflix.

March 22, 2019 | Film + Entertainment

Girl: An Interview with Lukas Dhont

With the release of his rather exceptional debut Girl, Belgian director Lukas Dhont tells the story of a transgender 15-year old, Lara who dreams of becoming a ballerina.

March 18, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentInterview

Benjamin: Brave, hilarious, fresh… Amstell excels with his theatrical debut

We have seen a fair few British comedians direct feature films recently (Matt Holness, Stephen Merchant, Joe Cornish).

March 15, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentReview

Benjamin: An Interview with Simon Amstell

In the follow up to his BBC mockumentary Carnage, an enlightening prediction of a future in which everyone is vegan, Simon Amstell follows it up with his first theatrical release, Benjamin.

March 15, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentInterview

Border: Exceptional and twisted, Swedish folk horror hits the spot

I am trying to refrain myself from using the word ‘dystopian’ to describe Ali Abbasi’s leftfield indie Border, but no other word is more befitting to explain a world carbon copy to ours with the slightest difference being the existence of humanoid looking trolls.

March 13, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentReview

Captain Marvel: Feels more like a pit-stop to main event, Avengers – End Game

Since production began on Marvel’s first female-led superhero film, there have been agonising comments over whether the film would succeed or fail.

March 11, 2019 | Film + EntertainmentReview