Review of Thale, the excellent Norwegian horror fantasy movie about a clean-up team who find something spooky out in the woods, a mythical creature in hiding
An appreciation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Walt Disney's revolutionary feature from 1937 which turned his company into what it is today.
this second instalment of Gore Verbinski’s money-spinner is a swirling follow-on from part one and a dizzying lead into part three – it’s all midsection in other words.
Cinderella updated, with Anne Hathaway as the luckless teen Ella and Hugh Dancy as Prince Char. You see what they’re doing with the names? The same is true of the film – it doesn't quite work.
The origin story of the Marvel Comics characters which, as in the original print version, struggles with the sheer number of characters. It’s a
Sometimes an utterly mindless comedy really hits the spot. That’s Dude, Where’s My Car. It was written by South Park graduate Philip Stark and stars...
Pasolini’s erotically charged Arabian Night took Cannes by storm in 1974 but all these years later it’s an almost forgotten film and the director seems to have
David Lynch’s first full length film was made piecemeal between 1971 and 1977 and is the perfect visual accompaniment to an era obsessed with industrial decay
Made in 1939, Hollywood's annus mirabilis – yes, it was a long time ago – The Wizard of Oz is one of the highest achievments of "glorious Technicolor". A finicky, expensive and slow process,