Late last night, Britain was in shock after a giant Martian Fighting Machine was seen firing its Heat Ray on Tower Bridge…
We recap the final two days of Lucca Comics & Games 2022
We recap day three of Lucca Comics & Games
We speak to Emanuele Vietina, Executive Director of Lucca Comics & Games to find out what we can expect to find at this year’s convention.
We speak to Rebecca Callard about her new movie, A Bit Of light, and working with Stephen Moyer, Anna Paquin and Ray Winstone.
We speak to author Fiona Barnett about her woodland horror, The Dark Between The Trees.
Playing at this year’s Raindance Film Festival, check out the trailer for A Bit Of Light…
Take this quiz to find out how brave you’d be in a Martian invasion…
Tim Burton will be attending this year’s Lucca Comics & Games, PLUS expect Atari and The Witcher celebrations and much more.
A horror event is heading our way this winter with BFI’s In Dreams Are Monsters.
From reimagined classics and contemporary folk tales, to horrors and children’s fantasies – here are all the genre offerings at this year’s BFI London Film Festival.
Everything we learned at D23: Disney Live Action, Lucasfilm, Marvel and more unveil their upcoming projects
From live-action The Little Mermaid to The Mandalorian Season 3 and the next phase of the MCU, here are the trailers released at this year’s D23 and what we learned from the event…
Director Edgar Wright will be teaching a course in filmmaking this September which you can undertake from home.
Star Trek Day returns for the third year and will celebrate all things Trek including interviews from cast, behind-the-scene set visits and a special tribute to Nichelle Nichols. All streamed live for free on 8 September.
An immersive Rick And Morty adventure has arrived in London in partnership with Adidas ahead of the Season 6 premiere on 5 September on E4.
Scott Mann’s survival thriller is an acrophobic, anxiety-inducing ascent to the peak of a traumatised woman’s cathartic panic…
Ben Parker’s end-of-war movie casts a jaded eye over the emptiness of secrets, the banality of evil and the eternal return of history.
Two women are stuck at the top of an old radio tower in Fall. We speak to the movie’s director Scott Mann about filming the movie practically at 2,000 feet and why the movie takes a dark route…
Brea Grant’s Nashville-set hagsploitationer shows the toxic side of women’s stardom and sisterhood in an industry run by men.
In Dominic Brunt’s comic meta monster movie, a low-budget horror film set is cursed by a real carnivorous creature.