In the 1920s, the horror genre cemented itself as a cornerstone of the new cinematic era. Sarah Clarry takes us through five of the Golden Era’s finest.
With the limited cinema release of I Am Heath Ledger, co-director Derik Murray talks with Richard Houlihan about the wonders and challenges of creating the documentary.
Everything in Hollywood is a remake, reboot, or sequel. We get it – it’s unoriginal and it sucks. But if that’s where our criticism ends, are we being any more constructive than the films we’re criticising?
With the release of ‘A Cinematic Life’, Richard Houlihan was given to opportunity to chat to David Stratton about films, oscars, and beards.
Snubs, underdog victories, and awkward mix-ups: here’s how the 89th Academy Awards went down.
A retrospective look at the 1973 classic thriller Don’t Look Now.
With the 89th Academy Awards nominees announced, here’s a rundown of who missed out and who defied expectations.