Just as Miranda Priestly admonishes her assistant Andy at the end of The Devil Wears Prada (2006), David Frankel’s acid sharp parody of the world
I have a good friend whose encyclopaedic knowledge of cinema – both classic and contemporary – is frightening. In the same way that I was
Director Kevin Connor’s schlock comedy Motel Hell is perhaps best remembered for providing two of horror cinema’s catchiest tag-lines – “Meat’s meat, and a man’s
Sometimes a film comes along where the viewer can do nothing but sit back and let the whole, blissful business wash over them. Hobson’s Choice
One of Hammer Films lesser known historical adventures The Scarlet Blade, released for the first time on DVD, proves if nothing else that they were
Director Sam (Evil Dead) Raimi brings Frank L. Baum’s magical world back to life for a whole new generation with Oz the Great and Powerful.
Any film that features as its subject one of Hollywood’s most iconic actresses, was always going to face an uphill struggle. Add to this that
You’ve got to hand it to Arrow Films for discovering an increasingly odd collection of lost obscurities for a whole new generation of film lovers
In this age of VOD movies and multitudinous television channels that let you watch whatever you like, where-ever and whenever you want, it’s hard to
Seldom will you experience delight as in the sheer exuberance of Johnny English Reborn. The sequel to Johnny English (2003), sees director Oliver Parker
Making a successful feature length cartoon is a hard nut to crack. For every animated hit, a dozen sink without trace, relegated to being
Completing the BFI’s collection of ghost story adaptations which over the years became a staple of the BBC’s Christmas programming, come two chillers from M.