Scarborough – Trailer

Coming soon to UK cinemas is the new drama Scarborough. Two mismatched lovers arrive at the British seaside town of Scarborough, seeking an escape from the constraints of real life. Liz, desperately ...

Six Of The Best: Alternative Valentine’s

Forget the Hollywood cliché of boy meets girl, girl takes off glasses, boy falls madly in love. That’s not romance. Lingering glances, unspoken words, stolen kisses … Now, that’s got our heart beatin...
A Quiet Place

Top 10 Films of 2018 – Mary’s Picks

It’s been another funny old year in film. We’ve had Josh Brolin three ways – Thanos, Cable and Matt Graver – and been offered glimpses of several Disney classics reimagined as live action...

Anna And The Apocalypse

Sometimes the journey of a film can be just as interesting as the finished product. Anna and the Apocalypse, which is on the verge of starting its cinematic run has been around in its finished form f...
Pedro Almodovar

Six Of The Best: Pedro Almodovar

When you think of Madrid-native, Pedro Almodovar, three key things spring to mind; colour, close-ups and conversation. Almodovar’s films – from the early, wilder days to more recent years – have alwa...
The Big Sick

The Big Sick

The Big Sick sounds like the way a small child would refer to a bad stomach bug. So, I was worried that this would be another infantile rom-com, packed full of clichés and “missed opportunities”. Act...
The Mountain Between Us

The Mountain Between Us

Romance sells, audiences love the predictability of the plot and expect the clichés presented to them. The Mountain Between Us doesn’t disappoint in this regard, but what makes it original is its pre...

Manhattan Returns To UK Cinemas In 2017

MGM Studios’ Manhattan will return to cinemas on 12 May, opening at BFI Southbank and select sites nationwide. Released as a new 4K digital print scanned from the original camera negative, Wood...