Cruel Intentions (1999) 20th Anniversary Review

Cruel Intentions (1999) 20th Anniversary Review

Doesn’t time fly when you’re playing duplicitous sex games? It’s hard to believe that 20 years have gone by since Cruel Intentions’ seductive step-siblings Kathryn and Sebastian writhed onto cinema screens.

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I Love You, Cinema – The Film Magazine Team Write Love Letters to the Movies

I Love You, Cinema – The Film Magazine Team Write Love Letters to the Movies

Members of the TFM team curated love letters to cinema in celebration of St. Valentine’s Day. Read about why Elizabeth, Craig, Beth, Annice and Joseph love film in this special collection of love letters.

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Bird Box (2018) Review

Bird Box (2018) Review

Susanne Bier’s Bird Box envisions a family trying to survive with their eyes shut in suicide-riddled world, where the act of seeing can drive humanity to the brink of destruction.

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20 The Film Magazine Articles to Read from 2018

20 The Film Magazine Articles to Read from 2018

20 of the absolute best The Film Magazine articles released in 2018 from our selection of 20 writers.

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The Lost Boys (1987) Snapshot Review

The Lost Boys (1987) Snapshot Review

The Lost Boys brought vampire narratives back into focus for the MTV-era with a peroxide mullet-sporting villain at the helm.

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Who Is Jareth In Labyrinth (1986) and Why Has He Got a Bulging Penis?

Who Is Jareth In Labyrinth (1986) and Why Has He Got a Bulging Penis?

Jareth’s penis bulge has finally been explained. Why is Bowie trying to chat up a child, and why did Jim Henson create a sexually charged labyrinth?

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Commando (1985) – Snapshot Review

Commando (1985) – Snapshot Review

Arnold Schwarzenegger takes up one of his most iconic roles as khaki-clad, tree carrying wonder John Matrix, on a mission to retrieve his kidnapped daughter, and help Bennett let off some steam.

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The Terminator (1984) Snapshot Review

The Terminator (1984) Snapshot Review

A film famously made as a result of high-temperature hallucinations, James Cameron created a nerve-twisting nightmare world of surrealist violence and bionic monstrosity.

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