Duncan Jones

Mute

By Matt Thrift

Duncan Jones’ spiritual sequel to Moon is a neon-drenched nightmare – and not in the way anyone intended.

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Alexander Skarsgård is a man on a mission in the first Mute trailer

By Joel Down

Total Recall meets The Hangover for a pre-arranged drunken brawl.

VOD has changed the way we watch movies. So what now?

By Hannah Woodhead

As streaming platforms vie with major film studios for viewers’ attention, great work is at risk of being lost in the content ether.

50 films to look forward to in 2017 – part 2

By Little White Lies

New films from Ben Wheatley, Kelly Reichardt and Shane Carruth wrap up our bumper preview.

Will Netflix put Duncan Jones’ filmmaking career back on track?

By Mike Tsenti

The director is returning to his indie roots with a spiritual sequel to Moon.

Will the Warcraft movie avoid the racist overtones of its origins?

By David Moya

The video game makes it impossible for players to overcome racial framing. Will Duncan Jones’ adaptation follow suit?

Moon

By Matt Bochenski

Moon is a thoughtful but imperfect sci-fi alternative to the brain-dead blockbusters that dominate the summer.

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