This Year’s Sundance Film Festival Awards Diversity

In a year when issues pertaining to race and racism have dominated news headlines, the Sundance Film Festival focused on bringing diversity to the big screen.

Nick's 2014 TV discoveries

TMW's genre TV guru Nick Sauer talks us through his discoveries of last year.

Into the Woods filmmaking facts

With Into the Woods opening in UK/ROI cinemas on January 9th, here are some facts from the adaptation of Sondheim's musical.

2014: The Year in Genre TV

This past year proved to be a banner year for fans of genre television.  Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror, which where largely viewed as niche programming in the past, have now become almost, if not completely, mainstream.

TMW's 2015 Movie Preview - Part 7: Remakes and Adaptations

If it's originality you're after, look away now. 2015 is set to give us a host of remakes and adaptations of novels, comics and video games.

TMW's 2015 Movie Preview - Part 6: True Stories

Hollywood loves true stories and there are plenty coming our way in 2015.

TMW's 2015 Movie Preview - Part 5: The Auteurs

Some of cinema's most revered directors have movies coming in 2015.

TMW's 2015 Movie Preview - Part 4: Sequels

There's a deluge of sequels headed your way in 2015.

TMW's 2015 Movie Preview - Part 3: Sci-Fi

The Force Awakens isn't the only sci-fi movie coming to screens in 2015.

TMW's 2015 Movie Preview - Part 2: Horror

2015 is set to be a big year for horror, with a host of sequels to recent hits and remakes of classics due to hit us.

TMW's 2015 Movie Preview - Part 1: Spy Movies

The genre that seems to be dominating the 2015 release schedule is, rather inexplicably, the spy movie.

What Makes a Christmas Movie?

Christmas. For some it’s a time to reflect on the birth of Jesus. For others, it’s about spending quality time with the family (or pretending to enjoy the company of your in-laws). But if you’re a movie lover, the holiday season is all about bingeing out on your favourite festive flicks while flopped on the couch like a pregnant hippo, preferably with a glass of mulled wine in one hand and a box of extremely fattening chocolates within reach of the other.

Robin Williams' 10 best roles

When Robin Williams sadly passed away on August 11th of this year, he left behind a legacy of great performances, unmatched by few of his peers. He may have begun in comedy, but as this list demonstrates, Williams quickly became as respected as a dramatic actor as he was revered for his comic talents.

10 Directorial Coulda-Beens

Many iconic movies had completely different directors attached in their early stages.

10 Dramatic Physical Transformations for a Role

Over the years, actors have put themselves through gruelling transformations for roles. Here are ten of the most extreme.

Battlestar Galactica and more iconic 70s TV shows

Legendary TV producer and writer Glen A. Larson sadly passed away last week aged 77 - Larson was most famous for creating Battlestar Galactica one of the most spectacular and ambitious television programmes ever produced in the 1970s. Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Original Series is being released on Blu-ray for the first time on 24th November 2014 and to celebrate the release we’re remembering some of the most iconic TV shows of the 1970s.

Exclusive - Director Chuck Parello on his favourite horror movie, Halloween

Director Chuck Parello (Henry 2: Portrait of a Serial Killer, The Hillside Strangler, Ed Gein) dropped us a line to tell us about his favourite horror movie - John Carpenter's 1978 masterpiece, Halloween.

Exclusive - Actor Andrew Sensenig on his favourite horror movie, When a Stranger Calls

With Halloween around the corner, Upstream Color star Andrew Sensenig dropped us a line about his favourite horror movie, 1979's When a Stranger Calls.
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