Sergio Leone’s 1968 spaghetti-western is a rough gem that hasn’t lost its charm
The Grimmfest crew paid homage to two of the best alien invasion films at the Plaza, Stockport
Deputy Editor Amy Wei provides frank running commentary from Game of Thrones’ penultimate episode
If one word could describe Peele’s impeccable second venture into the cinematic world of horror, it’s clever, writes Tobias Soar
The film has a huge amount of heart from the two leading actresses
El Ángel stands out as one of the most stylish retro crime thrillers in recent memory and is a testament to the underrated brilliance of Latin American cinema
Kizzy Bray reviews five films from University of Manchester graduates at the annual RAI documentary film festival
Will Robinson reviews Netflix’s aptly named Love, Death & Robots, the latest take on the growingly popular anthology-style of television.
Thunder Road is a captivating must-see, wild journey through the grief riddled unravelling of a police officer’s life
It’s more than just films on at HOME with Lynch’s takeover for the Manchester International Festival
Tim Burton and Disney team up to bring another animated classic to life in live action, with mixed results of solid moments and missed opportunities
The new film from Ali Abassi is expertly crafted and a detailed deep dive into complex questions of the modern world, fronted by fantastic performances
Jonah Hill’s directoral debut is a heartfelt and raw coming-of-age movie that takes an honest, and reflective look back at what it’s like to be a teenager
Jack Greeney – Señor Serrano’s production finishes up a wonderful ¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Festival at HOME.
A story that follows the three days leading up to the murder by the Manson family, The Haunting of Sharon Tate fails to deliver the thrills it promises, writes Madeleine Peden
Bombastic, sarcastic, critical and self-aware, José Luis Cuerda’s latest film is a criticism of Spain, and our world, through absurdism and wit