3d Academy Award anne hathaway av festival 2012 BAFTA bfi Blu-Ray Cannes christian bale christopher nolan Comedy Competition Competitions David Fincher disney documentary drama DVD film Film Review frightfest gay Harry Potter Horror Interview Johnny Depp jonathan glen LFF LFF 2012 LGBT London Film Festival michael pattison Movie News onedotzero Peccadillo Pictures Poster review Rob Munday Teaser The Oscars Thriller tom hardy Trailer Win
Dead of Winter Blu Ray review
01 August 2015 4:07 PM
Inside Out: more than just a blockbuster hit
30 July 2015 5:45 PM
Why Are Minions So Popular?
29 July 2015 1:36 PM
Win Riki-Oh The Story Of Ricky on Blu-ray
29 July 2015 1:26 PM
Documentaries about Video Games and Online Games
29 July 2015 1:19 PM
- Dead of Winter Blu Ray review
BFI Flare 2015
Berlin Film Festival 2015
BFI London Film Festival 2014
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014
Check out our new VOD service!
Regular Features: A Beginners Guide to…
Regular Features: Casting Call
Pixar’s most recent hit, Inside Out, is more than just a hit on the movie screen. Have you taken your kids to see this movie yet? They say it’s probably the best way to educate children about how to manage their emotions up in ‘headquarters’. Don’t be surprised if the only ones bawling their eyes [...]
Yellow as far as the eye can see! Let’s face it, if you haven’t heard of Minions, you’ve probably been underground for the last few years. Minions have become a global phenomenon, not just with kids but with grown-ups too. So how did these little yellow dudes end up becoming so famous? They were originally [...]
Over the last few years there have been some fantastic films and documentaries about early retro video games and the origins of computer based games. The golden age of classic gaming is long gone but the stories live on. We give you a run down on the best ones to look out for. If you [...]
We have three copies of Facet Film's latest, Salute! Sun Yat Sen on DVD to giveaway to Front Row Reviews readers.
Providing individuals with grants of between £1000 and £5000 to help them overcome personal hurdles, and realize their filmmaking passion, The Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund (CTBF)’s development programme The John Brabourne Awards (JBA) has long been a lifeline for emerging talents in the industry. Potential applicants for this year’s edition have just one week [...]
We have three box sets of The Legacy Season 2 is give away on Front Row Reviews.