“Shut Up and Deal” – How ‘The Apartment’ is Far From a Typical Christmas Love Story

“Shut Up and Deal” – How ‘The Apartment’ is Far From a Typical Christmas Love Story

With “sex, adultery and even suicide”, Billy Wilder’s 1960 comedy/drama ‘The Apartment’ is far from your typical Christmas love story. Craig Sheldon explores in this retrospective look at the all time classic.

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Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) Review

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) Review

2018 Queen biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is “a picture that settles for a greatest hits sing-along medley to let the audience do all the emotional work for themselves” according to Luke Whitticase of Whitty Stuff.

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The History of Zombies in Cinema

The History of Zombies in Cinema

Drawing from John Landis’ “Monsters in the Movies”, Rhian Gillah explores the development of zombies throughout cinematic history.

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Instruments of Terror: The Music In Horror Films

Instruments of Terror: The Music In Horror Films

“music was the hot new thing in town and no other genre would benefit more than Hollywood’s angsty teenage brother, the horror film.” Craig Sheldon’s exploration of music in horror films, here.

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How To Make A Good Book-to-Movie Adaptation

How To Make A Good Book-to-Movie Adaptation

Beth Sawdon offers advice on how to make a good book-to-film adaptation, taking lessons from the good and often downright ugly adaptations of the past in this special feature.

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The Exceptionals: The Philosophies of The Incredibles

The Exceptionals: The Philosophies of The Incredibles

In this special feature, Luke Whitticase explores the philosophies of ‘The Incredibles’ and its director Brad Bird, drawing particular parallels with exceptionalism and Randian Objectivism.

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How Science Fiction Movies Have Influenced Technology

How Science Fiction Movies Have Influenced Technology

“what is science fiction really? By definition, it’s science that isn’t real. Or is it?” Craig Sheldon takes you through the real-life impact sci-fi movie gadgets and gizmos have had in this special feature.

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Female Directed Films in 2018: January – March

Female Directed Films in 2018: January – March

Filminine’s Vicky Wheeler breaks down the top female-directed films that you should see in January, February and March 2018, including ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ and ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’, here.

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Paddington 2 (2017) Review

Paddington 2 (2017) Review

Luke Whitticase of Whitty Stuff has described the UK Box Office smash hit ‘Paddington 2’ as “an absolute delight; an utterly charming storybook adventure”. The review…

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The Snowman (2017) Review

The Snowman (2017) Review

New Jo Nesbø movie adaptation, ‘The Snowman’ (2017) starring Michael Fassbender, is “an ineptly made mess” according to Cold Coffee Press writer Stephen Porzio in his review.

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