Get ready to be snapped out of moviegoing apathy! Quentin Tarantino’s historical revisionism continues with his outrageously entertaining slave revenge pic Django Unchained
Contemporary Cornwall critic Stuart McColl takes a look at Noel Clarke’s 188.8.131.52 a story which sees diamonds from one of the world’s biggest ever diamond heists ending up in the hands of four mid-20s girls in London
Devon’s top film reviewer Tom Leins takes at look at the latest DVD releases: Frozen River, 35 Shots of Rum, and The Age of Stupid
We’ve just been watching Quentin Tarantino introducing Death Proof on Sky Movies. What can we say – there’s not much on telly tonight. We were anticipating the usual anodyne ‘this is my film – hope you enjoy it’ kinda crap, but this was actually fairly interesting. Quentin didn’t really bother getting into the specifics of […]
Ben Stiller talks about Canadian Comedy in Megan Raney’s latest feature It’s been almost a year since we told you about former Plymouth student Megan Raney’s latest feature documentary called The History Of Canadian Humour: If It’s Not Too Much Trouble (read our original story).