Spy movie clichés are suppressed in favour of sensitivity and realism in the first three films of this unlikely mega franchise.
Renton, Sick Boy, Spud and Begbie are back, and possible not all that much older and wiser.
Check out this selection of the cinematic treasures we've got to look forward to this Autumn.
By Anton Bitel
JR Bookwalter’s Evil Dead-inspired feature debut The Dead Next Door is now available on DVD.
Geena Davis, Greta Gerwig and Emily Blunt step up to the plate in the final part of our toast to women in comedy.
This deluxe edition comes with a top secret envelope of printed extras.
Big hitters, bridesmaids and women on the verge of a nervous breakdown make the cut in this penultimate segment.
Mark Rylance is the latest in a list of key collaborators who bring out the best in The Beard.
Our comedic rundown continues with a promiscuous band camp geek and an ageless Old Hollywood icon.
Michelle Carey, Artistic Director of the Melbourne International Film Festival, offers some vital tips to budding programmers.
Thora Birch, Tilda Swinton and Whoopi Goldberg feature in the second part of our tribute to funny film women.
A tribute to some of the most memorable comic turns from women actors, featuring an immortal Meryl Streep.
By James Clarke
Land and Freedom shows the personal and political sides of this 80-year-old conflict.
By David Hayles
In 1947’s Kiss of Death, Richard Widmark plays a murderous Joker-styled sociopath.
Mad Max meets Monty Python is the best way of describing this strange, little-seen Soviet gem.
By Lara C Cory
Thirty years on, Sigourney Weaver’s iconic hero stands as a defiant symbol of gender equality.