It’s being billed as the scariest film of the year – and in this case, the hype is actually on the money. Hereditary is genuinely terrifying, one of the most unsettling and disquieting experiences we’ve had at the cinema in quite some time. And as luck would have it, we were able to chat to star Toni Collette and writer/director Ari Aster about the film that’s keeping everyone awake at night.
The latest instalment of the Star Wars Story spin-off films is due to arrive this week, and ahead of it we sat down to talk about the experience of being on a Star Wars set, meeting Chewie, and our new Han Solo with the delightful pairing of Woody Harrelson and Thandie Newton.
Ten years ago, if you had argued that Iron Man of all things would be the most important and influential superhero film of the year – if not the most important film of the year, period – chances are that no-one would have believed you. And yet here we are, a decade in to the grand experiment that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Avengers: Infinity War, the 19th (!) film in the series and the culmination of everything that’s gone before. With enormous hype and a presumably even more enormous budget behind it, it has a lot to deliver on – but will people be satisfied?
Fans of kaiju movies have rarely had it better than they do at the moment, and the latest treat for giant monster enthusiasts is Rampage, which sees a massive gorilla, wolf and crocodile wreaking havoc on Chicago. We sat down with star Malin Akerman and director Brad Peyton to discuss the joys of giant monsters.
120 BPM is one of the best films of the year, an alternatively moving, hilarious and absolutely heartbreaking chronicle of the battle against AIDS in 1990s Paris.
With a massive box office haul of more than $50 million in the United States alone, A Quiet Place is one of the biggest hits of the year so far. We were lucky enough to talk to husband-and-wife team Emily Blunt and John Krasinski about bringing their terrifying, almost dialogue-free creature feature to life!
We’re barely a month out from the release of Avengers: Infinity War, which means we’re long overdue to start guessing about what’s going to happen, what the impact on the rest of these films will be, and of course, who’s going to die.
After a long wait, the latest instalment in J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World series has its first trailer: get ready for The Crimes Of Grindelwald!
The new Jennifer Lawrence movie Red Sparrow hits UK cinemas tomorrow, and it’s a bit of a change of pace for the former Hunger Games star. A pitch-dark spy story with strong sexual overtones, it’s an intriguing new direction for her and director Francis Lawrence, with whom she’s reuniting after the two-part Mockingjay.
Black Panther is king of the global box office and probably will be for a while, which means it’s time once again to take the 18 (!!) films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and rank them. It’s become a bit of a ritual with each new one that gets released, but it’s always something of an eye-opener because it makes you realise just how good these films actually are – even at their worst, they’re still nowhere near bad.