Nicolas Cage

Panos Cosmatos: ‘Nicolas Cage is a very special creature’

By David Jenkins

The Canadian filmmaker on the making of his heavy metal psycho-horror, Mandy, and working his one of his acting heroes.

Mandy

By Hannah Woodhead

Panos Cosmatos unleashes hell on Nicolas Cage and Andrea Riseborough in this bloody, psychedelic headtrip.

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What’s so fascinating about The Joker?

By James Luxford

With Leonardo DiCaprio and Joaquin Phoenix in line to play Gotham’s terroriser in chief, we explore the enduring appeal of a comic book icon.

Mom and Dad

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair are struck by mass hysteria in this lunatic horror-thriller from director Brian Taylor.

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The best new horror movies from Sundance 2018

By Ed Gibbs

This year’s festival offered plenty of devilishly dark delights within its raucous Midnight strand.

Mandy – first look review

By Monica Castillo

This ultra-violent Nic Cage revenge flick is the stuff midnight movie legend is made of.

Why I love Nicolas Cage’s performance in Bringing Out the Dead

By Josh Slater-Williams

The actor is at his intense and emotional best in Martin Scorsese’s underrated late ’90s thriller.

Mom and Dad – first look review

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Nicolas Cage runs amok in this deliciously berserk comedy-horror about parents compelled to kill their kids.

Why 1997 was an unbeatable year for Hollywood action

By Alex Hess

The release of Con Air and Face/Off 20 summers ago marked a high-point in mainstream cinema.

Paul Schrader: ‘In the ’70s it wasn’t that the films were better, it was the audiences’

By Matt Thrift

The veteran Hollywood maverick talks Dog Eat Dog, Scorsese and the challenges of modern moviemaking.

Dog Eat Dog

By David Jenkins

Paul Schrader gets silly with a ’90s-inspired crime caper which prizes stoopid fun above all else.

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The Trust

By Phil W Bayles

Elijah Wood and Nicolas Cage play a pair of crooked Las Vegas cops in this breezy heist caper.

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Dog Eat Dog – first look review

By David Jenkins

Paul Schrader is having a party and you’re all invited with this utterly berserko Nic Cage crime caper.

Alejandro Jodorowsky has a new film at Cannes

By Adam Chapman

The veteran filmmaker’s Kickstarter-funded Endless Poetry will premiere in the Directors’ Fortnight.

The many faces of the Coen brothers

By Glenn Heath Jr

A look back at some classic mugs inhabiting the weird and wonderful cinematic universe of Joel and Ethan Coen.

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans

By Josh Winning

A wildly entertaining off-kilter crime thriller from the dream team pairing of Werner Herzog and Nic Cage.

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Kick-Ass

By Matt Bochenski

Sexy, violent, sharply scripted and brilliantly performed, Matthew Vaughn’s comic book romp is a breath of fresh air.

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