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What does Logan mean for the future of comic-book movies?

By Christopher Machell

Wolverine’s hyper-violent final bow suggests that audiences are ready for more mature superheroes.

Will Bright be Will Smith’s ticket back to the top?

By Little White Lies

A tiny teaser for David Ayer’s fantasy/cop flick hybrid has dropped.

How Trespass Against Us changed my perception of travellers

By Rebecca Dykstra

Adam Smith’s drama shows a criminal family through an empathetic lens.

Discover the anti-military allegory of this classic Jack Nicholson buddy movie

By Anton Bitel

The actor delivers arguably his finest hour in Hal Ashby’s The Last Detail.

Watch the magical trailer for Mary and the Witch’s Flower

By Little White Lies

The first feature from Japan’s Studio Ponoc bears all the hallmarks of Studio Ghibli.

Why Zodiac remains David Fincher’s most puzzling masterpiece

By Tim Cooke

The director’s true-crime chiller is as tricky and compelling as ever.

Why I love My Own Private Idaho

By Spencer Moleda

Watching Gus Van Sant’s 1991 film was like an emotional awakening – a guiding light through sexual fog.

Is this the grossest movie ever made?

By David Jenkins

Steve “Flying Lotus” Ellison delivers a sick suite of gag-inducing shorts at the 2017 Glasgow Film Festival.

Shin Godzilla – first look review

By Anton Bitel

This latest reboot of Japan’s longest-running movie franchise is big, fun and very dumb.

It’s time a female director was given a shot at making a Star Wars movie

By Ella Donald

We think The Fits writer/director Anna Rose Holmer would be the perfect fit for a galaxy far, far away...

A bold new film defends the practice of seal hunting

By David Jenkins

Angry Inuk is an intriguing documentary about the death of political nuance.

Watch the psychedelic trailer for Anna Biller’s The Love Witch

By Little White Lies

Luxuriate in this early peek at one of the year’s true, hand-wrought originals.

Hayao Miyazaki is coming out of retirement

By Little White Lies

The legendary Studio Ghibli director is reportedly working on a new feature-length project.

Mica Levi is writing her next score for a movie that doesn’t exist

By Little White Lies

The Jackie and Under the Skin composer is involved in an ambitious project called The Unfilmables.

Could you design a Kristen Stewart magazine cover?

By Little White Lies

Take part in our latest creative brief as inspired by Olivier Assayas’ Personal Shopper.

Watch a career-best Sonia Braga in the new Aquarius trailer

By Little White Lies

Take an exclusive look at director Kleber Mendonça Filho’s upcoming drama.

This amazing VFX breakdown shows how The Jungle Book was made

By Little White Lies

See Baloo, Bagheera and co come to life via the latest computer animation technology.

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