John Carpenter's grotesque 1982 thriller about an alien invasion at a remote base remains a triumph of prosthetic filmmaking
To coincide with the release of Moonfall, Rafaela Sales Ross looks back on the CG-obsessed director's explosive canon...
As the director's novelisation of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood hits bookshelves, Hannah Strong reflects on his oeuvre so far...
With Raya and the Last Dragon now on Disney+, Ella Kemp tackles the entire animated canon. To quote a very famous mouse: Oh, boy!
To coincide with the release of Paul Greengrass' News of the World, we look back at some of this unstoppable genre's recent greats
From the satire of Dark Star to the retro-inclined laughs of Space Station 76, we highlight some hidden gems of the sub-genre
Forget Shawshank: we highlight some lesser known prison escape films, either forgotten or unfairly savaged by the critics
Quentin Tarantino's latest feature is part hangout flick, part love letter to a bygone era
Nothing like a two and a half hour reboot of a 1970s Italian witch movie to remind you of what cinema’s all about, right?