Little White Lies was established in 2005 as a bi-monthly print magazine committed to championing great movies and the talented people who make them. Combining cutting-edge design, illustration and journalism, LWLies has been described as being “at the vanguard of the independent publishing movement.” Our reviews feature unique tripartite ranking system that captures the different aspects of the movie-going experience. We believe in Truth & Movies.
By Nick Chen
A shallow body of water harbours deep emotions in Luca Guadagnino’s scintillating Sicilian drama.
By Anton Bitel
Derek Mungor’s perspective-flipping horror, You Are Not Alone, is available on Blu-ray and DVD this month.
From John Schlesinger to Edward Yang, here’s the concluding part of our guide to the best last movies ever.
From Joseph L Mankiewicz to Eric Rohmer, check out the penultimate batch from our rundown of memorable last movies.
The Trumbo star cuts loose about why the case of the Hollywood Ten should be viewed as a cautionary tale.
By Tom Bond
Actress and director Lee Grant reflects on living through the darkest period in Hollywood’s history.
From Yilmaz Güney to John Huston, read part two of our essential guide to the last films by famous directors.
They may not be able to promise glitz and glamour, but small independent film festivals are now more vital than ever.
Jazz legend Miles Davis gets the biopic treatment courtesy of actor-director Don Cheadle.
Ever fantasised about pulling off the perfect heist? Here’s everything cinema has taught us about the art of the steal.
The actor and producer is set to adapt an eco-themed young adult novel set in a post-apocalyptic 2049.
By Nick Chen
Overly sanitised film like Goosebumps are depriving younger viewers of formative moviegoing experiences.
Two avid comic book readers make the case for and against the latest addition to Marvel’s crowded roster.
The Danish director is teaming up with a pair of 007 writers for an action thriller with huge commercial potential.
By Matt Thrift
Dirty Grandpa may be an indefensible dud, but the actor’s recent output is nowhere near as bad as everyone seems to think.
Inspired by Huck’s latest short film, here are our all-time favourite moments where a shark chews more than the scenery.