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The 50 Best Original Songs Written for Movies

By Little White Lies

A countdown of the greatest chart-toppers, floor-fillers and musical curios ever composed for film.

Netflix’s The Dark Crystal series captures the essence of Henson’s original

By Aimee Knight

Age of Resistance honours its predecessor visually and spiritually.

Timothée Chalamet ascends in the first trailer for The King

By Charles Bramesco

He stars with Joel Edgerton and Robert Pattinson in David Michôd’s epic take on Shakespeare.

Todd Haynes has quietly prepared a new mystery drama

By Charles Bramesco

Mark Ruffalo goes gumshoe for Dark Waters, with Anne Hathaway and Tim Robbins co-starring.

Alexandre O Philippe on exploring the origins of Ridley Scott’s Alien

By Paul Risker

A new documentary reveals the untold secrets of this seminal sci-fi horror.

Watch: An alternative history of British cinema in 10 films

By Luís Azevedo

Lesser-known works that broke the mould, from Kenneth Macpherson’s Borderline to Sally Potter’s Orlando.

The transgressive adventures of Marlene Dietrich and Josef von Sternberg

By BP Flanagan

The pair’s six pre-Code Paramount films remain the ultimate synthesis of star and director.

Remembering Tom Hiddleston as Joanna Hogg’s muse

By Beatrice Loayza

He may have hit pay dirt at Marvel, but Hiddleston found his acting feet as the British director’s roguish muse.

How David Cronenberg’s Crash helped me overcome my fear of driving

By Brian Quinn

Following a traumatic childhood accident, this psychosexual oddity empowered me to take back control.

A tribute to my father Richard Williams: The King of Animation

By Natasha Sutton Williams

His work on Who Framed Roger Rabbit earned him fans around the world, but it’s his generosity and humour I’ll remember most fondly.

Park Chan-wook’s new western comes together at Amazon

By Charles Bramesco

The Brigands of Rattlecreek may have lassoed Matthew McConaughey.

The American South is the perfect setting for Mindhunter Season 2

By Madeleine Seidel

By focusing on the Atlanta Child Murders, Netflix’s crime drama taps into the complex social and political history of the region.

Jawline director Liza Mandelup on the alienation of Gen Z

By Jenna Mahale

The award-winning filmmaker on the intricacies of influencer culture and the emotional economy of the internet.

Audiences deserve better than Netflix’s Enter the Anime

By Henry St Leger

This soulless documentary is an insult to subscribers who wanted to learn more about Japanese animation.

The Matrix series re-reloads with plans for another sequel

By Charles Bramesco

Keanu Reeves is on board, but with only one Wachowski sister attached.

Noah Baumbach’s anti-romance Marriage Story gets a pair of trailers

By Charles Bramesco

Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver come together, then drift apart.

Loss, grief and brotherhood in Shane Meadows’ Dead Man’s Shoes

By Anna Cale

Paddy Considine plays an ex-Para seeking revenge in this hard-hitting psychological thriller from 2004.

Kristen Stewart enters the briny deep in the Underwater trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Something's terrorizing their ocean-floor research lab in the upcoming thriller.

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