Halloween is as good a time as any to huddle under the duvet and revisit your favourite scary films. To celebrate creepy new back-from-the-dead horror The Lazarus Effect, director David Gelb shares his personal favourites from one of the best loved genres of all time…
When man’s best friend enters the world of horror the results can be truly unsettling. Dogs are some of the most loved and the most feared animals to appear on the big screen - and they always make their mark.
The day that your favourite book gets taken page by page and adapted for the small screen can be a life changing one. It can affect your life in one of two ways, there is the best way – your favourite book becomes your favourite box set and you are hooked, spending a minimum of two days glued to the sofa or the worst way – your favourite characters are obliterated by a mis-casting or obscure production choice.
Superheroes have been leaping off the printed page and onto the small screen for as long as television has been in existence, and there’s never been a better time for comic book fans to binge on the TV exploits of their favourite crime-fighting characters with dozens of new projects in production.
When it comes to the beginning of the Silver Screen, American Westerns dominated the theaters. Huge stars like John Wayne showed off the American West as an adventure waiting to happen. If you’re a fan of Westerns, there is a good chance you’ve seen these five iconic filming locations.
The past 20 years has seen a resurgence in the popularity of black and white films, but monochrome masterpieces have been a staple part of the industry throughout its history. To mark the DVD release of the critically acclaimed A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night; the feature debut directed by Ana Lily Amirpour often tagged as ‘the first Iranian Vampire Western’, we look back at five of our black and white favourites from recent years.