What is it about a director who died around 25 years ago in obscurity that fascinates a new generation of directors
Margaret Thatcher, Mrs T, The Iron Lady, is dead. 31 years ago she was the most unpopular UK Prime Minister in history. Then, after winning
Paedophilia in the media is usually portrayed as a case of a rogue male preying on unknown children. In truth it's much more likely to be about dad having sex with his little princess.
Hostel II's blood, gore is generating column inches faster than a skillsaw can rip through warm flesh, but some people still don't know what torture porn is.
Including Becket, Habemus Papam, Pope Joan, The Pope Must Dies, Shoes of the Fisherman
Including Babette's Feast, Eating Raoul, 4 months 3 weeks 2 days, soylent green, turin horse
One of the hazards of this journalism game, particularly if you're a middle aged man, is meeting attractive young female actors in the interview situation.
In a recent poll of the Sexiest Movies Stars by the film magazine Empire, Brigitte Bardot squeaked in at number 98. Down the list maybe, but she was nestling next
Including, Atmen, Carancho, Drive, Headhunters, Margin Call, Melancholia, Michael, Once Upon a time in Anatolia, The Raid, Tuesday After Christmas