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Ben Whishaw Talks London Spy

The critically acclaimed series, London Spy, deals with two people from very different walks whose love story quickly suddenly unravels into a spy thriller. The stirring five-part mystery, from acclaimed best-selling author
May 5, 2016

Joel Kinnaman Talks Run All Night

This week, taught thriller, Run All Night, starring Liam Neeson, Joel Kinnaman and Ed Harris is released to Blu-ray and DVD. To mark the release, we chatted to Joel about challenges of
August 10, 2015

Return to Sender

There’s a definite feeling with Return to Sender that person(s) behind the scenes have strategically positioned this film in order to cash in on the considerable success and critical acclaim that surrounded last
May 22, 2015


Harrowing, bleak and ultimately tragic, Still makes for very hard viewing. That’s not to say it’s without its merits. Aiden Gillen gives a strong central performance which draws you into this dark
May 7, 2015

MyAnna Buring Talks Hyena

Police corruption thriller, Hyena, starring Peter Fernando (Michael), Stephen Graham (David) Elisa Lasowski (Ariana) and MyAnna Buring (Lisa) opens in UK cinemas this week. After winning rave reviews at the Edinburgh Film
March 4, 2015

Catch Me Daddy

Prior to Catch Me Daddy, Daniel Wolfe‘s exhilarating modern-day western, its director was best known for The Shoes’ music video Time to Dance, in which Jake Gyllenhaal sporadically kills off hipsters in Dalston with hammers and a fencing sword. There are
February 25, 2015


A big dollop of form over function, Blackhat exhibits the usual lovely digital visuals we’ve come to expect from Michael Mann of late and some decent suspense and tension for what is essentially a computer-hacker thriller
February 20, 2015


Jake Gyllenhaal is Lou Bloom, a down-on-his-luck nobody who’s looking for his calling and finding nothing. A chance encounter one night sucks him into the underworld of guerrilla journalism, which fuels his
October 29, 2014

The Babadook

Whilst on the surface just another foray into the ‘monster in the attic’ genre, The Babadook serves a slightly more thoughtful entry into the world of scary cinema. Positioning itself as a
October 20, 2014

The Equalizer

If you’d never seen a movie before, you’d be forgiven for thinking The Equalizer is a stylish action thriller with a bit of weight at its core. But you have seen movies before and,
September 26, 2014
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