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An oral history of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

By Simon Bland

The inside story of how a goofy script by two unknown screenwriters became a beloved cult hit.

Bill & Ted Face the Music

By Charles Bramesco

The Wyld Stallyns return after nearly three decades out of the saddle. The result could hardly be more excellent.

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A John Wick themed escape room is coming to London

By Charles Bramesco

The ‘Excommunicado’ experience immerses players in a world of elite assassins.

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.

Toy Story 4

By Hannah Woodhead

Woody, Buzz and co team up for one last time (probably) in a largely enjoyable sequel that sees Pixar retread old ground.

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Pixel Perfect: Why Hollywood’s biggest stars are turning to video games

By James Luxford

Could the gaming world be the new home for A-listers like Keanu Reeves?

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

By Matt Thrift

Keane Reeves’ ‘excommunicado’ protagonist wages a one-man war in this ante-upping threequel.

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Destination Wedding

By Hannah Woodhead

Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder make a compelling pairing in this misanthropic romantic comedy.

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A Keanu Reeves film festival promises a most excellent adventure

By Josh Slater-Williams

Matchbox Cineclub’s KeanuCon weekender will chart the cult star’s career from babe to Baba Yaga.

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.

Has John Wick replaced Scarface as hip hop’s favourite film?

By Jack Kavanagh

Keanu Reeves’ no-nonsense anti-hero has struck a chord with a new generation of rappers.

Party on dudes!! The Bill & Ted comeback is finally on

By Eve Jones

The totally excellent news of a new sequel comes after a recent cast and crew reunion.

To the Bone exposes the shocking reality of living with an eating disorder

By Catherine Pearson

Marti Noxon’s directorial debut is disturbing but essential viewing.

River’s Edge and the troubling psychosis of ’80s youth

By Christina Newland

This Keanu Reeves-starring drama is a poignant tale of teenage apathy.

Reaction to the news of a Matrix reboot has been… passionate

By Little White Lies

The appetite to hang out with Neo and the gang once more doesn’t appear to be that strong.

Why I love My Own Private Idaho

By Spencer Moleda

Watching Gus Van Sant’s 1991 film was like an emotional awakening – a guiding light through sexual fog.

Why you should be paying more attention to John Wick’s suits

By Henry Bevan

What function does Luca Mosca’s minimalist costume design serve in this superlative action franchise?

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