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Is now the perfect time for a Sin City reboot?

By Robert Blair

With the rights to the property having reverted back to series creator Frank Miller, we could be set for a return to Basin City.

Dinners Gone Wrong – A Supercut of Weird Movie Meals

By Luís Azevedo

Luís Azevedo serves up some of the strangest and more stomach-turning food moments in cinema history.

Red Earth Resistance – Remembering Geronimo: An American Legend

By James Clarke

Walter Hill’s under-appreciated historical drama reminds us how powerful Hollywood cinema can be.

The dark heart of Powell and Pressburger’s The Red Shoes

By Adam Scovell

The British filmmaking pair’s 1948 masterpiece is an elegant ballet of myth and fairy tale.

Netflix’s The Innocents puts a horror twist on teenage romance

By Catherine Pearson

It may look like your average YA fodder, but there’s something sinister lurking beneath the surface of this supernatural drama.

A brief history of food fights in the movies

By Georgina Guthrie

This messy, invariably entertaining cinematic staple can represent anarchy, revenge and sexual release.

Please Stand By was the film I needed after my autism diagnosis

By Chloe Smith

Ben Lewin’s 2017 film allowed me to better understand my condition and myself.

How The Stairs provides an honest insight into drug addiction

By Manuela Lazic

Hugh Gibson’s 2016 documentary is a sensitive and important portrait of addicts in Toronto.

Is this the definitive film on the conflict between North and South Korea?

By David Jenkins

Kim Dong-won’s rare 2003 film Repatriation plays at the 2018 London Korean Film Festival.

Nicolas Winding Refn wants to share his movie collection with you

By David Jenkins

We’ve teamed up with the director of Drive and The Neon Demon to bring weird cinema to the masses.

LWLies 76: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

By Little White Lies

Desiree Akhavan’s sparkling conversion therapy drama graces the cover of our autumn issue.

Discover the grainy depravity of this notorious cannibal horror

By Anton Bitel

Umberto Lenzi’s Cannibal Ferox fully deserves its reputation as one of the genre’s toughest watches.

The absurd story of the greatest footballer never to play football

By David Whelan

A new documentary charts the life and career of one of professional sport’s greatest con men.

25 new films to look out for this awards season

By Lillian Crawford

Barry Jenkins, Damien Chazelle and Yorgos Lanthimos all look like early contenders for major awards.

1980s cinema and the disturbing side of suburbia

By James Morton

With the likes of Blue Velvet and Society, the decade saw the American Dream turn into something grotesque.

How Saving Private Ryan changed my life

By Spencer Moleda

Steven Spielberg’s World War Two drama brought me closer to my grandfather, who survived the D-Day landings.

How Session 9 explores the horrors of toxic masculinity

By Thomas Hobbs

This forgotten 2001 horror set in an abandoned asylum offers a pertinent look at a modern issue.

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