FRANK SINATRA: The Unsung Star

In roles that didn't require his vocal talents, Sinatra proved himself a natural actor.

Happy Birthday Vivien Leigh!

November 5th sees the anniversary of the birth of a legendary actress and Hollywood icon.

Filmmakers and stars reveal their favourite horror movie moments!

We asked some of our filmmaking friends to tell us about the movie scenes they find the scariest. Here are their answers...

Orson Welles' Irish Ghost Story

The little known Welles starring short Return To Glennascaul.

How THE WALKING DEAD takes place in Tommy Westphall's mind

A cigarette brand ties The Walking Dead back to a fictional universe created by 1980s hospital drama St. Elsewhere.

Real Horror vs Reel Horror

We examine how horror movies reflect the social concerns of their time.

We already got a DIE HARD prequel... in 1968!

It's just been announced that the sixth Die Hard movie will be a prequel, but we already got one in 1968's The Detective.

How are kids discovering old movies now?

TMW worries today's kids aren't being exposed to cinema's vast history.

Irish filmmaker Graham Jones on how to create a new film industry

The world is unleashing an entirely new cinema - or if this Irish filmmaker may coin a term, an entirely Nuascannán.

Beyond THE SOUND OF MUSIC: 10 more essential movies from director Robert Wise

We looked at Robert Wise's work on The Sound of Music here. Now we go beyond his most famous movie to look at 10 more films you need to see from the director.


On the 50th anniversary of The Sound of Music, we look at how Robert Wise subtly shaped a classic.

18 teeny weeny ANT-MAN facts

In ANTicipation of the release of Marvel's ANT-MAN on July 17th, here are 18 facts you won't need a microscope to read.

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.
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