Daniel Radcliffe

Jungle – first look review

By James Douglas

Daniel Radcliffe goes off-grid and gets more than he bargained for in this muddled Amazonian adventure.

Why Harry Potter is still the number one millennial phenomenon

By Luke Walpole

Fan societies and student filmmakers are expanding the Potterverse in unique and interesting ways.

Has Daniel Radcliffe finally cast off the shackles of child stardom?

By James Luxford

Imperium and Swiss Army Man mark a turning point in the actor’s career.

Swiss Army Man

By Little White Lies

LWLies editors David Jenkins and Adam Woodward discuss the merits of ‘The Daniel Radcliffe Farting Corpse Movie’.

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Imperium

By Adam Woodward

Daniel Radcliffe goes deep undercover in this thrilling neo-Nazi themed procedural.

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Now You See Me 2

By Charlie Theobald

Lizzy Caplan brings a dash of magic to this otherwise ineffective heist caper sequel.

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Horns

By David Ehrlich

Daniel Radcliffe summons his dark side in this darkly comic fantasy horror.

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