Last week, a true titan of the cinema world left us. Ray Harryhausen, the man behind the iconic stop-motion beasts of 1950s, 60s and 70s cinema, sadly passed away at the age of 92.
Having recently watched the new Chilean film Thursday till Sunday, I was struck by how the Latin American Road Movie has come on in recent years.
Craig Zobel’s indie flick has generated a storm of controversy around the world, with multiple reports of walk-outs at screenings. But sadly it doesn’t have the courage of its convictions.
The release of the Danny Elfman-scored Oz the Great and Powerful means now is the ideal time to do a retrospective on this brilliant composer – one of my personal favourites.
If rumours are to be believed, Side Effects may very well be Steven Soderbergh’s final movie (following his upcoming TV drama starring Michael Douglas as Liberace).
One of the more exciting and interesting trends of early 2013 is the migration of South Korean directors to the world of English-language cinema.
The night of February 10th 2013 saw what was, in my view, one of the most balanced and even-handed BAFTA ceremonies in a long time.
The release of Flight got me thinking – what are the scariest plane-crashes on film?
The master of outrageous genre mayhem is back – Quentin Tarantino shocks, confounds and astounds once more with his new pulp epic, Django Unchained.
Devon actors Sam Morgan and David Rees reunite for Ghosts.
Two recent documentary releases make for an interesting comparison – and both are already candidates for best film of 2013.
The Academy has only gone and done a Colour Purple on us!
In this section I list my three greatest discoveries in the world of orchestral film scores.
In this section, I list my three greatest discoveries in the world of film.
2012 has come an end and so I take a look back at the cinematic year.