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Go at 20 – How this teen movie captured LA rave culture at its best

By Beth Webb

Doug Liman’s film exists as a perfect time capsule of youth at the end of a decade.

Bong Joon-ho ratchets up the dread in first Parasite trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The South Korean master has returned to his homeland for this follow-up to Okja.

Discover the feminist subtext of this Finnish folk horror

By Anton Bitel

A newlywed woman is transformed into a vampiric beast in Erik Blomberg’s supernatural tale.

In praise of Hellboy – Why this subversive superhero movie still slays

By Daniel Seddon

Guillermo del Toro’s cigar-chewing monster remains one of cinema’s most compelling anti-heroes.

Fool’s Gold – Why the McConaissance was a sham

By David Jenkins

Reappraising Matthew McConaughey’s maligned rom-com dark days.

Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange adaptation is still the best, but it wasn’t the first

By Katherine Jane Alexander

In 1965 Andy Warhol offered his own bold take on Antony Burgess’ novel.

Meet the Israeli filmmaker tackling sexual harassment in the work place

By Zoe Whitfield

With Working Woman, director Michal Aviad hopes to move the conversation forward.

André Holland joins Damien Chazelle’s Netflix series

By Charles Bramesco

The Moonlight and High Flying Bird star is the first casting announcement for musical drama The Eddy.

Saudi Arabia is building a movie economy from the ground up

By Charles Bramesco

The country’s newly announced multi-billion dollar film program has global implications.

Could you draw a sci-fi version of your favourite movie star?

By Little White Lies

For our latest creative brief, we’re looking to the future as part of Barbican’s Life Rewired season.

Joaquin Phoenix puts on a happy face in the first Joker trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Director Todd Phillips gives the clown prince of crime a tragic slant.

Terrence Malick’s latest film is now called A Hidden Life

By Charles Bramesco

The project formerly known as Radegund looks set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.

Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone is a worthy successor to Rod Serling’s original

By Leila Latif

The Get Out and Us director has delivered a fresh set of sci-fi nightmares.

Have film audiences fallen out of love with the western?

By Christina Newland

The poor box office performance of The Sisters Brothers and films like it suggests interest in this quintessential American film genre is on the wane.

Jim Jarmusch returns with the first The Dead Don’t Die trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The director’s zombie-themed latest stars Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray.

Studio Ghibli wins April Fools’ Day (again)

By Charles Bramesco

The Japanese animation house continued a noble tradition by teasing a fake upcoming sequel.

In praise of William Castle – undisputed king of cinema gimmickry

By James McMahon

A pioneer of 4D screenings, the American B-movie director was a born showman.

The Matrix at 20 – How this high-tech classic hacked Hollywood

By Al Horner

The Wachowskis’ 1999 action sci-fi changed blockbuster cinema, altering its code forever.

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