Charade (1963) Review

Charade (1963) Review

‘Charade’ (1963), Stanley Donen’s thriller starring Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant, has it all: laughter, suspense and a killer romantic pairing. Review by Margaret Roarty.

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The First Omen (2024) Review

The First Omen (2024) Review

2024 Omen prequel ‘The First Omen’, from director Arkasha Stevenson, comes via the studio handbook, lacking the originality necessary for success. Review by Kieran Judge.

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Spellbound (1945) Review

Spellbound (1945) Review

Gregory Peck and Ingrid Bergman star in Alfred Hitchcock’s psychoanalysis thriller ‘Spellbound’, a film with thrilling twists and turns and great performances. Review by Kieran Judge.

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Psycho (1960) Review

Psycho (1960) Review

‘Psycho’ (1960), Alfred Hitchcock’s masterful thriller starring Anthony Perkins, continues to influence writers, directors, and actors to this day. Review by Kieran Judge.

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‘Hellboy’ at 20 – Review

‘Hellboy’ at 20 – Review

20 years on from its release, Guillermo del Toro comic book adaptation ‘Hellboy’ remains a fantastical monster-filled treat to behold. Review by Sam Sewell-Peterson.

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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (2024) Review

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (2024) Review

‘Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire’ will make money, and people will get a kick out of the spectacle on the big screen, but it isn’t good cinema. Review by Kieran Judge.

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’10 Things I Hate About You’ at 25 – Review

’10 Things I Hate About You’ at 25 – Review

At 25, ’10 Things I Hate About You’ invites us to remember how it feels to be young and foolish. It is one of the best teen comedies of all time. Review by Margaret Roarty.

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‘The Matrix’ at 25 – Review

‘The Matrix’ at 25 – Review

A quarter of a century after its release, ‘The Matrix’ remains a landmark in culture, a film with aftershocks that are still being felt today. Review by Kieran Judge.

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‘The Sugarland Express’ at 50 – Review

‘The Sugarland Express’ at 50 – Review

Fifty years on from its release, Steven Spielberg’s debut theatrical feature ‘The Sugarland Express’ remains a unique and underrated Spielbergian gem. Review by Daniel Allen.

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