Posts by Charlie Theobald

Kubo and the Two Strings

By Charlie Theobald

Laika Studios may have delivered their masterpiece with this staggering stop-motion fable.

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Can vigilante justice ever be fully justified?

By Charlie Theobald

Forget Suicide Squad, Steve Hoover’s Almost Holy is the ultimate antihero movie.

The Magnificent Seven to open 2016 Toronto Film Festival

By Charlie Theobald

Denzel Washington stars in this western remake, with many other exciting titles announced.

Men and Chicken

By Charlie Theobald

Two socially maladjusted brothers search for their father, and happen upon a lair of depravity. It’s funny.

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Now You See Me 2

By Charlie Theobald

Lizzy Caplan brings a dash of magic to this otherwise ineffective heist caper sequel.

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What’s behind our modern obsession with true crime stories?

By Charlie Theobald

News of a dramatisation of the Green River Killer murders got us thinking about the physiological effects of serial thrillers.

Watch the atmospheric first trailer for Clint Eastwood’s Sully

By Charlie Theobald

The director has recruited Tom Hanks for this dramatisation of a US Airways pilot’s Hudson River heroics.

Is Terrence Malick about to solve the mysteries of the universe?

By Charlie Theobald

The enigmatic director’s long-gestating passion project Voyage of Time finally has a release date.

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