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Crimson Peak

With its powerful opening scene, Crimson Peak draws you in and, though loosens its grip at times, manages to keep hold of the audience’s attention until the end.  Director Guillermo del Toro has pulled together a stunning cast,...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DVD And Blu-ray
 

Maps To The Stars

Most renowned for his body horror films Maps To The Stars’ director David Cronenberg has, in more recent times, taken a keener interest in all things psychological. Or perhaps psychotic would be a better description, as since t...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Features
 

FilmJuice’s Five Favourite Actresses 2014

This year has seen all manner of jaw-dropping performances from those thespian types so to celebrate join Editor Alex Moss as he runs down FilmJuice’s Top Five Favourite Actresses 2014. 5. Scarlett Johansson: Her, Under The Ski...
 
 
Film
 

Maps To The Stars

Most renowned for his body horror films Maps To The Stars’ director David Cronenberg has, in more recent times, taken a keener interest in all things psychological. Or perhaps psychotic would be a better description, as since t...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
DVD And Blu-ray
 

Only Lovers Left Alive

Writer director Jim Jarmusch is to Indie films what Michael Jackson was to pop music. So the idea of him making a vampire movie, a genre made all too bland and mainstream thanks to Twilight’s sparkle angst, is a tantalizing one...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Competitions
 

Tracks

LEAVE EVERYTHING BEHIND TRACKS AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY, DVD & ON DEMAND ON 18th AUGUST 2014 From the Oscar winning producers of The King’s Speech and Shame, comes a remarkable true story of a young woman’s determination to fac...

 
 
DVD And Blu-ray
 

The Double

Seeped in drab grays and browns Richard Ayoade’s The Double is, aesthetically speaking, far removed from his debut film Submarine.  And yet, two films into his directing career he has established a style and tone that is quinte...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Tracks

Tracks is a genuinely inspiring story about one woman’s quest to walk alone (well, aided by her three camels and trusty dog) across the Australian Outback. The film is washed in so much stunning cinematography that, sadly...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Film
 

The Double

Seeped in drab grays and browns Richard Ayoade’s The Double is, aesthetically speaking, far removed from his debut film Submarine.  And yet, two films into his directing career he has established a style and tone that is quinte...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Film
 

Only Lovers Left Alive

Jim Jarmusch resuscitates Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston in this glacial tale of undying love. Hiddleston is Adam, a sultry, mourning hermit who spends his nights and days in his overgrown Detroit apartment. Swinton is his Ev...