It’s a good rule of thumb that road movies set out in any American desert and made on a low budget have a knack of turning out OK. There’s often something fairly oddball going
An affectionate tribute to professional drunk Jeffrey Bernard, the ultimate “stagy” film – we are literally watching the performance on the stage of the Apollo
If each era has its own horror film, then the lucky 1970s got both The Exorcist and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Tacked on to the end of a Walter Matthau film for its San Francisco debut, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre drove the cheesecloth-wearing
Somewhere around 1984 it seemed that Kevin Bacon might become a matinee idol, a prettyboy star. But he had a few things going against him. The name Kevin, for instance. Not to mention Bacon.
Fifty years after the making of this quintessentially British comic classic it was remade starring Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Judi Dench and the then almost incandescently hot Reese Witherspoon, to give it a bit of global appeal.
If, as the old joke has it, gynaecologists are always up to their elbows in work, how much more taxing would that job be if you were Richard Gere? That’s the
Robert LePage directs this exercise in dry wit and history, a French-Canadian comedy of manners cut down from his seven-hour play The Seven Streams of the River
We've had them all - alligators, piranhas, anacondas, killer bees and most famously birds and sharks. So what’s left? Insects, of course. In They Nest, the time is the present,
By 1967, after countless Italian sword and sandal epics and three astonishingly succcesful spaghetti Westerns (A Fistful Of Dollars, A Few Dollars More and The Good,