We sat down with rising star and multi-talented actor, Tom York.
June 16, 2017 | Film + Entertainment
I will level with you: I have never seen a Dumont film.
We’ve all heard of “sad clowns”; the idea that comedians, and the people who make us laugh the most, actually conceal a heavy heart full of misery.
Tom Cruise headlines this reboot to the family-friendly franchise from the early 2000s.
Notting Hill director Roger Michell’s comes to the silver screen again; brandishing all the associated charm, drama and sumptuous décor of the never out-of-vogue BBC costume drama.
Interview: Orange is the New Black star Natasha Lyonne Last year Orange is the New Black ended on the cliffhanger to beat all cliffhangers, after a season under an authoritarian bootheel that rolled back privileges and basic human rights, it left a prison on the verge of riot.
We met up with actor Jack Brett Anderson, who at the age of just 25, has an impressive collection of roles under his belt.
June 5, 2017 | Film + Entertainment
This summer, in the spirit of Pride, The Barge House will be hosting a five-week film festival celebrating different aspects of queer culture, through five cinematic gems curated by, Fabulous Ferdi.
June 3, 2017 | Film + Entertainment
If you’re of an age to remember the halycon days of the original Baywatch well, this is just what you might expect from a late 2010’s reboot.
It’s been six years since the last Pirates film was released and rather than continue with another standalone instalment, this time the franchise harkens back to the original by building on the old cast as well as including some new blood.
Colossal is the latest foray into the writing/directing role for brilliant Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes) and jumps straight into a world of magic realism.
The Levelling is a telling of intense familial drama, written and director by newbie, Hope Dickinson Leach.
Jawbone on first appearances is a rather macho affair with all its boxing, illegal fight clubs and Ray Winstones’s cockney boldness but in fact there are more universal themes at the core of this film, touching on topics such as alcoholism, poverty, homelessness, loneliness and loss.
An indescribable act of madness flummoxes the otherwise passionate and loving relationship between Viennese couple Stefan and Andreas.
If you’re still gestating Ridley Scott’s Prometheus unsure of whether it was exactly a welcome addition to the Alien family, Covenant may complicate things further.
Frantz is an atypical film in François Ozon’s canon, even he admits, jokingly calling it his most ‘chaste’ movie to-date “with just a small kiss between the two characters.
When actor Richard Thorncroft receives a phone call from the Isle of Mann police, it’s one gig that the down-on-his-luck thespian can’t turn down.
Julian Barratt is Mindhorn, the Isle of Man’s finest TV detective, sporting a robotic eye which can literally see the truth.
Russian novella ‘Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District’ by Nikolai Leskov, receives a subversive make-over, through the eyes of director William Oldroyd.
Bounding out of Marvel Studios backlot with a frenzied bubblegum plotline, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
The Promise is an epic across the Turkish and Armenian landscape, seeking to bring to light all the atrocities that happened in the Armenian Genocide at the fall of the Ottoman empire.