• Bill Morrison: Selected Films 1996-2014

    Bill Morrison: Selected Films 1996-2014 (E) | Home Ents Review

    The BFI’s 3-disc Blu-ray-only set of recent films by the American film maker who celebrates nitrate damage to archival found footage is for soi-disant fans of the avant-garde only. The […]

  • Tea and Sangria

    Tea and Sangria (15) | Close-Up Film Review

    Although slight, Tea and Sangria is a charming film. The one man band that is Peter Domankiewicz, who is the writer, producer, director, editor and main star – and he […]

  • Jake Gyllenhaal comes out swinging in new Southpaw spot

    Jake Gyllenhaal comes out swinging in new Southpaw spot

    From acclaimed director Antoine Fuqua (TRAINING DAY) and screenwriters Kurt Sutter (“Sons of Anarchy”) and Richard Wenk (THE MECHANIC), SOUTHPAW tells the riveting story of Billy “The Great” Hope, reigning […]

  • Paul Feig explains why he’s making a Play-Doh Movie

    Paul Feig explains why he’s making a Play-Doh Movie

    Earlier this month one of the stranger news stories of the year so far in the form of the announcement that Paul Feig would be directing a Play-Doh movie. The […]

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    Pitch Perfect 2 – A Look Inside Featurette

    The Barden Bellas are back in Pitch Perfect 2, the follow-up to the original smash hit. The comedy will be helmed by Elizabeth Banks, co-star and producer of Pitch Perfect. […]

  • Jurassic World

    Jurassic World – Early Look Featurette

    The story unfolds 22 years after the events of “Jurassic Park,” in a fully functional resort on Isla Nublar that sees more than 20,000 visitors a day. Guests arrive by […]

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    Park Circus announces Cannes Classics lineup

    Worldwide classic film distributor Park Circus is pleased to announce it will represent two titles at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Appearing in the Official Selection Cannes Classics lineup is […]

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    Annie (PG) | Home Entertainment Review

    The heart-warming tale of Annie, a young orphan girl living in a New York children’s home has been around for many years. It was originally a comic strip, then a […]

  • Network (1976)

    Network (15) | Home Entertainment Review

    What is there to say about Network that hasn’t already been said a thousand times? It’s a seminal piece of satire born out of the decade where Americans discovered cynicism, […]

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    London Underground to host ultimate pop-up cinema to celebrate the Night Tube

    Underground Film Club will host a series of iconic screenings at Charing Cross disused station from 29-31 May One of a series of ‘Firsts for the Tube’ that highlight the […]

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    Unfriended (15) | Close-Up Film Review

    Unfriended feels like the final, fitting capstone to horror’s found footage sub-genre. The entire film takes place on lead character Blaire’s (Shelley Hennig) Macbook, as she navigates between iMessage, Skype, […]

  • Far From The Madding Crowd

    Far From The Madding Crowd (12A) | Close-Up FIlm Review

    When Thomas Hardy’s novel “Far From the Madding Crowd” was published in 1874, his central character, Bathsheba Everdene, must have been a startlingly unusual heroine.  Far from being a simpering beauty, […]

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    Samba (15) | Close-Up Film Review

    The life of an illegal immigrant is a hard one. Samba (Omar Sy) is a young Senegal immigrant who after travelling to France does everything he can to stay under […]

  • Argerich (Bloody Daughter)

    Argerich (Bloody Daughter) (PG) | Close-Up Film Review

    Winner of two awards at the 2013 Biarritz International Festival of Audiovisual Programming, Argerich is an intimate documentary centred on the relationship between film-maker Stephanie Argerich and her mother – […]

  • Ant isocial

    Anti-Social (15) | Close-Up Film Review

    The film opens with a simple heist. As a gang of thieves on motorbikes race into a shopping mall and rob a luxury jewelry store, you cannot help but wonder […]

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    Legend Trailer Treat For Tom Hardy Fans

    Mad Max star plays both the Kray Twins Tom Hardy fans prepare! The trailer for Legend, the true story of the Kray twins, has arrived online, with Hardy as both Ronnie and […]

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    Ted 2 – brand new red-band trailer

    A brand new red-band trailer has landed for Ted 2, in which Mark Wahlberg helps his foul-mouthed friend fight a violation of his civil rights in order that the little […]

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    Daredevil’s Charlie Cox about his new-found love of comic books

    Close-Up caught up with Charlie Cox, star of Netflix’ ‘Daredevil’, to find out about new-found love of comic books, the legacy he hopes the show will leave and which characters […]

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    Zulu (18) Home Ents Review

    Zulu presents a fascinating portrait of a modern South Africa, marred only by the overly complicated story it is trying to tell. Its stereotyped protagonists serve only as a distraction […]

  • Filming of The Sleeping Room on 17/12/2013 at Brunswick Square, Brighton. Persons pictured: Leila Mimmack. Picture by Julie Edwards

    The Sleeping Room (15) | Home Ents Review

    The Sleeping Room will go down in history as the first part-equity crowdfunded British feature film, and the thoroughly modern financing method stands pleasingly at odds with the Victorian ghost […]