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 Horror Interview Johnny Depp jonathan glen LFF LFF 2012 LGBT London Film Festival Michael Fassbender michael pattison Movie News onedotzero Peccadillo Pictures Poster review Rob Munday Teaser The Oscars Thriller tom hardy Trailer Win
Hellraisers Graphic Novel review
28 November 2015 12:45 PM | No Comments
Bridge of Spies Review
28 November 2015 12:05 PM | No Comments
The Sculptor Graphic Novel
25 November 2015 8:05 PM | No Comments
The Cigar that fell in love with a Pipe Book
14 November 2015 12:46 PM | No Comments
Tell Spring Not To Come Review
13 November 2015 12:52 PM | No Comments
- Hellraisers Graphic Novel review
BFI Flare 2015
Berlin Film Festival 2015
Check out our new VOD service!
Regular Features: A Beginners Guide to…
Regular Features: Casting Call
Brad Pitt Archive
Dark comedies appeal by way of finding a potent level of dry humour, lost on some, in the most disturbing and dangerous situations.
The programme for the 58th BFI London Film Festival launched today, with Festival Director Clare Stewart presenting this year’s rich and diverse selection of films and events.
The 58th BFI London Film Festival will close with the European Premiere of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s FURY
“The slaughter to come is probably beyond our imagining.” Michael Fassbender plays the titular character merely named: The Counselor.
To celebrate the release of TO THE WONDER on DVD & Blu-ray, we take a look at the acclaimed films of Terrence Malick.