Matthew McConaughey drama Free State of Jones points to a fascination with the nation’s bloody origin story.
By Liam Hess
The Danish director is lining up a remake of late ’60s cult favourite Witchfinder General.
Fancy seeing Nicolas Winding Refn’s new film a month before it hits cinemas? Read on...
By James Clarke
Steven Spielberg’s classic sci-fi teaches the importance of holding on to dreams.
By Tom Graham
How Paul Schrader reinterpreted the fascinating story of the revered Japanese author.
Remember when Pierce Brosnan completely lost his shit in this shouty parochial shoot ’em up?
With filming underway we take a look at how the director’s World War Two drama is shaping up.
Short films such as Women in Industry and Playing with Fire are a fascinating time capsule of postwar Britain.
Many of the director’s trademarks can be seen in his 1982 adaptation of the classic Grimms’ fairy tale.
By David Moya
The video game makes it impossible for players to overcome racial framing. Will Duncan Jones’ adaptation follow suit?
By Henry Heffer
Some of your favourite movies may hold clues about your true feelings on the UK EU referendum.
The Russian director’s 1979 film is being reissued as part of a new retrospective.
By Anton Bitel
Alan Clarke’s made-for-TV Penda’s Fen is getting a long-overdue home ents release.
Twenty years ago Brian De Palma and Tom Cruise ushered in a new blockbuster era.
How two early ’90s documentaries exposed the media machinery that helps determine US elections.
By Josh Hall
Twenty five years ago Ridley Scott’s road movie pointed the way for gender equality. So why has so little changed?
The legacy of Bryan Singer’s 1995 masterpiece survives in his sprawling mutant odyssey.