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Celebrating Guillermo del Toro

With Guillermo del Toro’s highly anticipated film Nightmare Alley slated for release on 17th December, and his live-action Pinocchio set to arrive on Disney+ in early 2021, it’s looking very much like a Del Toro Christmas. Fort...

Elish, Marr, and Zimmer Create Bond Magic

While Monty Norman’s Bond theme is arguably the world’s most recognisable, most iconic movie theme, no new Bond release would be complete without a new diva-driven power ballad. And this year, 18-year-old Billie Elish joins the...

Live at Montreux – DVD Collection Unboxing

Founded in 1967, the Montreux Jazz Festival has established itself as one of the most prestigious annual music events in the world. The extraordinary list of artists who have played there is drawn from across the musical spectr...

The Servant – 4K Unboxing

From StudioCanal comes one of the most acclaimed British films of the 1960s, available now in a glorious 4K UHD edition. Sexual tensions and class conflicts run high in must-see classic The Servant with BAFTA-winning performanc...

Halloween Comes Early From CAM Sugar

The name may not be familiar, but, if you’re a fan of Italian horror, then the soundtracks certainly will be. This October, sees the release of a brand-new collection of Italian horror sounds from the CAM Sugar archive. PAURA i...

Gandhi – 4K Unboxing

Winning 8 Academy Awards and receiving worldwide critical acclaim, Gandhi is an epic masterpiece that traces the historic steps of this revered man. Boasting and all-star cast and an Oscar-winning performance from Ben Kingsley,...

Fan Events Go Virtual

With fandom still struggling with the effects of social-distancing and travel-restrictions, this September film and TV binge-watchers will be able to scratch that convention itch, in the safety of their own homes… TUDUM isn’t s...

Spiral – 4K UHD Unboxing

A sadistic mastermind unleashes a twisted form of justice in Spiral, the terrifying new chapter from the book of Saw. Working in the shadow of an esteemed police veteran (Samuel L. Jackson), brash Detective Ezekiel “Zeke&...

Bad-ass BBC Women on Blu-ray

Over the last few years, the BBC have brought their A-game to their drama output with some truly unforgettable and compelling shows – and if you’re looking for bad-ass women, look no further than the following three dramas. Whe...

Welcome To Fear Street

In an era of binge-watching and box-set marathons, you might be forgiven for thinking that event TV, where everyone sits and waits for the next instalment, is a thing of the past. However, this July, Netflix has resurrected eve...

Exploring The Mysteries Of Cinema

Peter Conrad taught English literature at Christ Church, Oxford, from 1973 to 2011 and has written more than twenty books, including the superb Orson Welles: The Stories Of his Life and The Hitchcock Murders. So it’s no surpris...

All-New Monsters Inc

Disney Gets It Pitch Perfect With An All-New Monsters Inc. TV series. From the jazzy opening credits, to the feel-good vibe, from all of our favourite characters, to new-ones we’re destined to love… Monsters At Work is a loving...

It’s Looking Like an Aardman Christmas

This week Netflix has released the first look and teaser trailer for the upcoming stop-animation musical holiday special, Robin Robin, which will debut on the service on November 27th, 2021. The 30-minute special is produced fo...

Spookies – Limited Edition Blu-ray Unboxing

While the best horrors of the 1980s are mostly all represented on the format now, there are some hidden gems out there that are only now making their Blu-ray debut. One such title is Spookies, a fascinatingly trashy and enterta...

Blade Runner 2049 Storyboards Wows Fans

In 1982, film audiences were to experience a bold new depiction of the future with Ridley Scott’s ground-breaking film, Blade Runner. Sadly, the unknown director’s adaption of Philip K Dick’s ideas-heavy Do Androids Dream of El...

Movie Marathons with Paramount Home Entertainment

These days, often the only thing that keeps us going through the endless onslaught of Zoom calls and the general feeling of hopelessness is the promise of a good film at the end of the day. The escapism offered by the magic of ...

Penguin Strikes 2000 AD Gold

It’s been the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic’s for almost 45 years. It’s got action, wry humour, and thought-provoking storylines. However, while many of us already know that 2000 AD, is more than just another boy’s-own comic, the fil...

Feeling inspired by One Night in Miami?

Regina King’s recent Oscars hopeful, One Night in Miami, tells a fictionalised tale of a meeting between legends Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown and Sam Cooke. The timely and thought-provoking drama sees the four discussing ...

Film-Themed Gifts For All

As Christmas races towards us, The Folio Society’s new releases couldn’t have come at a better time, with five new editions that are simply perfect for the film-lover in your life. What’s more, even if your favouite film isn’t ...

Harry Dean Stanton: Hollywood’s Zen Rebel

On September 15th 2017, the great Harry Dean Stanton passed away at the age of 91. In a career that spanned more than six decades, the celebrated character actor appeared in some of the finest films of all time including The Go...