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David Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises is getting a sequel

By Dan Einav

And it’s being helmed by Locke writer/director Steven Knight.

In the Heat of the Night is being remade for TV

By Dan Einav

Screenwriter Joe Robert Cole is adapting the civil rights era drama for a modern audience.

James Cameron is making a documentary series about the history of sci-fi

By Dan Einav

The made-for-TV project will see the director explore his love of the genre.

Check out these amazing ‘wanted’ poster inspired by Hunt for the Wilderpeople

By Little White Lies

We’ve chosen the winners of our latest creative brief from your amazing entries.

Discover the retrofuturist thrills of this modern anime classic

By Anton Bitel

Metropolis, Rintaro’s 2001 manga spin-off, is coming to DVD.

What will Hollywood cinema look like in the Trump era?

By Christina Newland

Movies have always reflected social attitudes and trends – and that could prove especially vital over the next four years.

What does death look like on Lonergan’s North Shore?

By Charles Bramesco

A Massachusetts native offers a candidly personal take on Manchester by the Sea.

The Mick and the art of the unlikable female character

By Roxanne Sancto

Kaitlin Olson’s walking catastrophe is a welcome shock to the sitcom system.

The strange, intoxicating madness of Un Chien Andalou

By Felix Bazalgette

Sliced eyeballs and dead donkeys – welcome to Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí’s surrealist nightmare.

Tough love in La La Land and Whiplash

By Tom Bond

Both of Damien Chazelle’s films are structured around the twin pursuits of art and romance.

Why we love Jim Carrey in A Series of Unfortunate Events

By Daniel Seddon

The actor’s shapeshifting turn in the 2004 adaptation will always have a special place in our heart.

Watch the gory first trailer for teen cannibal horror Raw

By Lena Hanafy

Juila Ducournau’s thrilling first feature offers a fresh take on a stale genre.

A vital new documentary dares to say love your body

By Lena Hanafy

Embrace shows the widespread damage societal pressures are having on image perception.

The T2 Trainspotting soundtrack has been announced

By Lena Hanafy

Featuring a remix of ‘Lust For Life’ by our old friends The Prodigy.

Eight films to watch before you see La La Land

By Ella Donald

Get in the mood for Damien Chazelle’s swooning musical with these toe-tapping classics.

St Vincent has directed a horror movie

By Lena Hanafy

Female-driven anthology feature XX is making its way to Park City for a Sundance premiere.

A brief history of Prohibition in the movies

By William Carroll

Ben Affleck’s Live by Night continues a long Hollywood love affair with this crime-ridden era.

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