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Take an exclusive first look at the upcoming British psycho-thriller starring Tom Sturridge.
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The director’s classic “one shot” thriller introduced numerous new and innovative cinematic techniques.
By Henry Heffer
Will Ferrell’s casting as Ronald Reagan got us thinking of other memorable POTUS portrayals in the movies.
By Tom Graham
Read the remarkable story of the director’s ill-fated passion project, 400 years on from the death of Miguel de Cervantes.
By Fred Wagner
Oliver Stone’s Snowden will look to realistically show the actions of the NSA and other government agencies.
By Tom Bond
Miguel Gomes, Jacques Audiard and others are capturing a shifting continental mood.
Alan Ladd’s mysterious stranger in town fundamentally changed the way audiences believed in heroes.
By Kyle Turner
The singer’s visual album raises vital questions over identity politics in popular culture.
By Henry Heffer
A new Star Wars dinner has inspired us branch out into the lucrative world of novelty food joints.
By Paul Risker
How a young actress named Googie Withers stole the show in British noir Pink String and Sealing Wax.
With Johnny Guitar returning to cinemas, we tip our hat to one of the most towering acting talents of his generation.
By Anton Bitel
William Peter Blatty’s madballs directorial debut, The Ninth Configuration, is finally available on DVD and Blu-ray.
By Ed Gibbs
This darkly comic factual drama hits all the right notes thanks to inspired turns from Christian Slater and James Franco.