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Dimensions has Gort it! Say Boston sci-fi judges…

By Helen Cox

Independent director and producer Sloane U’Ren and Ant Neely have returned from the 37th Boston Science Fiction Film Festival with one of the coolest awards in the industry: The Gort Award. Every year this highly desirable statuette is awarded to the best film that screens at the festival. Previously it has been awarded to Duncan Jones’s Moon. Continue reading


An official apology from our editor

As an editor there’s one word, above most others, you pray you never see in an email subject line: plagiarism. Yesterday afternoon I received such an email informing me that one of my longest serving, and thus most trusted writers (Nathan D’Rozario), had plagiarised – of all things – his review of the latest Ghost Rider instalment. Continue reading

Sample our film quiz for free!

This Sunday we host our monthly quiz and screening night at the Shortwave Cinema in Bermondsey. To give you a taste of what’s on offer we’re offering you a sample of last month’s quiz for free. Simply read the answers below to see how you would have fared in last months Pick ‘N’ Mix Round! Continue reading

Win Restless on DVD

Want the romance of Valentine’s Day to live on a little longer? Didn’t get any romance on the big day anyway? Listen up then filmlings because we’ve got a competition that’ll bring back that lovin’ feeling.

From Gus Van Sant, Oscar®-nominated director of Milk (Nominated for Best Achievement in Directing, 2009) and Good Will Hunting (Nominated for Best Director, 1998), comes the acclaimed love story RESTLESS, out now on DVD and Digital Download from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Continue reading

Win To Kill A Mockingbird on Blu-ray!

Want to win To Kill A Mockingbird on Blu-ray? We’ve teamed up with London Film Fan and Lost in the Multiplex to offer you a chance of doing just that! To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the cinematic classic To Kill a Mockingbird, Universal Pictures UK has released a commemorative Limited Edition Collector’s Series Blu-ray of the landmark film. Continue reading

Best of British: Kes (DVD)

By Maryann O’Connor

On the surface, Kes is a touching portrayal of the life of a working class lad in the 1960s but it could just as easily be the story of any working class child, in any decade. Continue reading

In Review: Man on a Ledge

By Maryann O’Connor

I’m sure you’ve guessed the rough premise of the film by deciphering the opaque meaning of the title. Sam Worthington is *drumroll* a man on a ledge. Well, his name is Nick Cassidy in the film. Continue reading