Posts by Tom Williams

Everything we know about Alien: Covenant

By Tom Williams

Ridley Scott’s follow-up to Prometheus looks set to answer some vital questions about the saga.

In praise of American Psycho – The capitalist satire come full circle

By Tom Williams

Bret Easton Ellis and Mary Harron’s caustic vision of ’80s consumerism is sadly back en vogue.

Watch David Lynch eat a doughnut to the Twin Peaks soundtrack

By Tom Williams

The most anticipated TV event of next year drops the best teaser of 2016.

Five things to see at the London Short Film Festival 2017

By Tom Williams

The LSFF returns with an impressive and occasionally surprising line-up...

A little seen Studio Ghibli gem is returning to cinemas

By Tom Williams

A new 4K restoration of Tomomi Mochizuki‘s 1993 film Ocean Waves is arriving in 2017.

Ennio Morricone’s The Thing score is being reissued on vinyl

By Tom Williams

The classic original score to John Carpenter’s 1982 film is being released via Waxwork Records.

Academy considers gender fluid star in both male and female acting categories

By Tom Williams

Kelly Mantle makes Oscars history in victory for the trans community.

Holy Cow

By Tom Williams

This intimate film chronicles a simple rags to riches tale of a man and his cow.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming gets a playful, punchy first trailer

By Tom Williams

Tom Holland suits up for his first outing as everyone’s favourite web-slinging superhero.

Emma Watson gets tech wary in the first trailer for The Circle

By Tom Williams

She stars alongside Tom Hanks in this adaptation of Dave Eggers’ best-selling thriller.

The Pass

By Tom Williams

Finally, a film set in the world of modern football that is actually worth watching.

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Christmas gift recommendation: a replica Eraserhead baby

By Tom Williams

Clear off a radiator – a lovingly crafted model of the infamous alien tot can now be yours to own.

The Mummy returns. Again. Watch the first official trailer

By Tom Williams

Tom Cruise stars in the upcoming reboot, which sees a modernisation of the previous trilogy.

How a near-silent underwater episode conveys the brilliance of BoJack Horseman

By Tom Williams

The stand out episode of the third season underscores the show’s uniqueness and unpredictability.

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