7500 – Review

Single location films are few and far between for a number of reasons. They are technically challenging due to the limited variations in shot composition. Being focussed on a single location tends to...

Underwater – Review

After spending the last decade taking more low key roles and lending her name in order to get projects some traction, Kristen Stewart is now moving into a place where she is balancing the larger stud...

Official Film Chart – 10th June 2020

This week’s brand-new Number 1 is Dolittle, debuting at the top of the Official Film Chart on digital downloads only. Starring Robert Downey Jr. as the eponymous character with the power to communica...

Bill & Ted Face The Music – Trailer

Today is indeed a most excellent day as we see the release of the teaser trailer for Bill & Ted Face The Music. Directed by Dean Parisot with returning franchise writers Chris Matheson and Ed Sol...

Astronaut – Review

Mortality is a topic that is a staple for movies. It has always been a powerful topic that allows for rich and rewarding storytelling. What can be more forceful than looking back at a life lived, goo...

Official Film Chart – 27th May 2020

1917 returns to Number 1 on the Official Film Chart following its release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD. The award-winning WW1 flick racked up 146,000 physical copies this week, knocking last week’s cha...

Moviescramble Podcast – Episode 25: M

Join Mary and John as they discuss the Fritz Lang film M from 1931 which stars the fantastic Peter Lorre. We then choose our top three serial killer movies and discuss the news that UK cinemas may be...

Madagasikara – Trailer

In 2009, fed up with increased poverty and widespread corruption, Madagascar’s citizens took to the streets in protest. After the president was forced to resign, the international community ter...