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IT Chapter 2 out September 6th

Ahead of the highly anticipated release of New Line Cinema’s IT CHAPTER TWO on 6 September, Warner Bros. Pictures announces the re-release of the biggest horror film of all time, IT (2017).

Nicholas Hoult & Lily Collins Talk Tolkien

From legendary halls of Oxford to the grim and bloody trenches of World War I, this enthralling biopic explores the early years of J.R.R Tolkien and the relationships that defined the legendary author.

Blinded by the Light (12A) | Close-Up Film Review

Blinded By The Light is a very likeable film which neatly nails the role pop music plays in teenage years and young adulthood in finding our own voice and identity.

Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood (18) | Close-Up Film Review

The ninth film from the unique talent that is Quentin Tarantino is perhaps his most topical, even though it’s set in 1969.

FREE Tickets to Pre-Release Screenings of Dora and The Lost City of Gold

To celebrate the release of Dora and the Lost City of Gold (Cert PG), Paramount Pictures are offering the chance to get FREE TICKETS to a screening at selected Showcase Cinemas (listed below) on 13th August

Marianne and Leonard: Words of Love (12A) | Close-Up Film Review

Nick Broomfield’s documentaries are always illuminating and this one, dealing as it does with the relationship between Leonard Cohen and Marianne Ihlen, the woman who could be described as his first muse, is no exception. 

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Nicholas Hoult & Lily Collins Talk Tolkien

From legendary halls of Oxford to the grim and bloody trenches of World War I, this enthralling biopic explores the early years of J.R.R Tolkien and the relationships that defined the legendary author.

Go behind the scenes of Rocketman and see how the epic musical fantasy was shot

Taron Egerton is Elton John in Rocketman, an epic musical fantasy about the uncensored human story of Sir Elton John’s breakthrough years

Pet Sematary | True Horror Featurette

Sometimes dead is better.Based on Stephen King’s terrifying novel, Pet Sematary is in cinemas April 4.

Alien 4K: This time its my birthday

Alien clings on like an immortal limpet on the escape shuttle of cinematic history. It returns again and again whether in successful sequels or newly minted, as now in 4K glory for cinematic release.

Round-Up of London Film Festival 2018

The London Film Festival 2018 has now finished. There were some terrific films. Too many films to cover all here.

BFI Player releases Animation 2018 Shorts collection

BFI Player is releasing Animation 2018 – 13 new short films, from new and emerging animators commissioned through a prestigious initiative by the BFI, BBC Four, and BBC Arts to find the most exciting and original filmmaking talent from across the UK.

Framing John DeLorean (15) | Home Ents Review

Even if you’re not a petrol head, you definitely know the car he designed. Stainless steel silver, gull-wing doors, and it travels through time when it reaches 88mph?

Boo! (12A) | Home Ents Review

Halloween is meant to be a night dedicated for trick or treating for the youngsters and fun, jokes and maybe being a little naughty for the young at heart.

Terror of Hallow’s Eve (15) | Home Ents Review

You cannot beat a good Halloween themed movie and Terror of Hallow’s Eve is one that will send shivers down your spine.

Lizzie (15) | Home Ents Review

Many of you may already be familiar with the story of Lizzie Borden through previous movies, televised ghost hunts of the Borden house or just having heard the tale been told throughout different outlets including the rhyme “Lizzie Borden took an axe, and gave her mother forty whacks.

Love is Blind (15) | Home Ents Review

This is a strange, somewhat quirky film. It is a very unusual story with no real conclusions.

Ralph Breaks the Internet (PG) | Home Ents Review

Several years after their first adventure in Wreck-It Ralph, Ralph and Vanellope have spent day after day in their computer games while spending the evenings hanging out with the characters from other video games.

Nicholas Hoult & Lily Collins Talk Tolkien

From legendary halls of Oxford to the grim and bloody trenches of World War I, this enthralling biopic explores the early years of J.R.R Tolkien and the relationships that defined the legendary author.

Spielberg & Hanks discuss Trump, freedom of the press and their latest film

In this Friday’s issue of the i newspaper, Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks talk about their latest project, The Post, which led nominations at the Golden Globes and is already generating major Oscar buzz.

The Ghoul – Interview with Director Gareth Tunley & Actor Alice Lowe

Director Gareth Tunley and Alice Lowe, who plays Kathleen, talk to Close-Up Film about the making of noir-ish thriller, THE GHOUL.

KELLY REICHARDT speaks to Carlie Newman about her new film Certain Women

Sitting quietly in the hotel room, it is hard to believe that Kelly Reichardt is responsible not just for directing the film CERTAIN WOMEN but also for writing and editing it.

Close-Up with… Eric Bana, on Special Correspondents

Laid back (quite literally on a comfy looking sofa) and relaxed, Eric Bana in real life is as far from his new onscreen persona of Frank Bonneville than you could imagine.

Brooklyn: Saoirse Ronan interview

A young woman must make the difficult choices that will define the rest of her life as the BAFTA and Academy Award®-nominated BROOKLYN arrives on Blu-ray, DVD and EST from February 29th

IT Chapter 2 out September 6th

Ahead of the highly anticipated release of New Line Cinema’s IT CHAPTER TWO on 6 September, Warner Bros. Pictures announces the re-release of the biggest horror film of all time, IT (2017).

FREE Tickets to Pre-Release Screenings of Dora and The Lost City of Gold

To celebrate the release of Dora and the Lost City of Gold (Cert PG), Paramount Pictures are offering the chance to get FREE TICKETS to a screening at selected Showcase Cinemas (listed below) on 13th August

Picturehouse Cinemas Launch First Surprise Screening

When was the last time you were truly surprised? The news that Greta Gerwig was directing a Barbie movie? Watching the baffling trailer for Cats?

BFI announces programme for IT’S… MONTY PYTHON AT 50

The BFI today announces full details of IT’S… MONTY PYTHON AT 50, a month-long season celebrating Monty Python – their roots, influences and subsequent work both as a group, and as individuals.

63rd BFI London Film Festival Opening Night gala will be THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD

The 63rd BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express is thrilled to announce that this year’s Opening Night gala will be THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD, directed by the multi-award-winning writer, filmmaker and broadcaster Armando Iannucci

Shut Out The Light is thrilled to celebrate the UK Premiere of THE BIG MEETING

Shut Out The Light is thrilled to celebrate the UK Premiere of THE BIG MEETING in UK cinemas on 6th September 2019.

Blinded by the Light (12A) | Close-Up Film Review

Blinded By The Light is a very likeable film which neatly nails the role pop music plays in teenage years and young adulthood in finding our own voice and identity.

Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood (18) | Close-Up Film Review

The ninth film from the unique talent that is Quentin Tarantino is perhaps his most topical, even though it’s set in 1969.

Marianne and Leonard: Words of Love (12A) | Close-Up Film Review

Nick Broomfield’s documentaries are always illuminating and this one, dealing as it does with the relationship between Leonard Cohen and Marianne Ihlen, the woman who could be described as his first muse, is no exception. 

Gwen (15) | Close-Up Film Review

This is a dark period drama set in Snowdonia, North Wales in 1855.  Gwen (Eleanor Worthington-Cox) is a teenage girl living with her mother Elen (Maxine Peake) and her younger sister Mari (Jodie Innes) on a remote farm. 

The Dead Don’t Die (15) | Close-Up Film Review

Cult director Jim Jarmusch turning his hand to the zombie movie genre.  Should be good.  An original slant on well worn territory?  

Only You (15) | Close-Up Film Review

This is the big screen writing and directing debut of television writer Harry Wootliff, who despite her first name is a woman.  

IT Chapter 2 out September 6th

Ahead of the highly anticipated release of New Line Cinema’s IT CHAPTER TWO on 6 September, Warner Bros. Pictures announces the re-release of the biggest horror film of all time, IT (2017).

FREE Tickets to Pre-Release Screenings of Dora and The Lost City of Gold

To celebrate the release of Dora and the Lost City of Gold (Cert PG), Paramount Pictures are offering the chance to get FREE TICKETS to a screening at selected Showcase Cinemas (listed below) on 13th August

Fighting With My Family – “Sneak Peek” – Out on DVD and Blu-Ray July 1

Based on a true story, FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY follows reformed gangster Ricky, wife Julia, daughter Paige and son Zak as they make a living wrestling together in tiny venues.

Rambo: Last Blood – Official Teaser Trailer

Almost four decades after he drew first blood, Sylvester Stallone is back as one of the greatest action heroes of all time, John Rambo.

Downton Abbey movie teaser trailer

You are cordially invited to return to Downton Abbey. Only in theaters 2019. #DowntonAbbeyFilm

‘Path of Blood’ available on DVD 10th December

Path of Blood will be released on DVD on the 10th December. This critically acclaimed documentary is not a film for the faint of heart