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By Adam Glasspool
It may surprise some of you to read that I’ve never murdered anybody. I may come across in these articles as frustrated and angry, and I am, but I’ve never actually pulled a Charles Bronson on the people who have wronged me.
By Joanna Richardson
The dark, low-lit theatre of the BFI is deliciously decadent in a fresh, contemporary way. Luxurious soft red velvet fold-down seats bear their number in embroidered gold; the walls fade unnoticeably and humbly dissolve around the red, regal, curtained screen. Continue reading
By Nicky Branagh
Have you noticed that delayed sequels have been particularly prevalent at the local multiplexes over the last few years? Long-awaited film follow-ups are nothing particularly new; the 8os saw just such a trend: consider the likes of Psycho II (1983), appearing 23 years after Hitchcock’s classic and Scorcese’s The Color of Money (1986), which followed on from The Hustler (1961) a quarter of a century later. Continue reading
Can you form the ultimate film quiz team? Or do you already have one? If so: attention please. On October 16th New Empress Magazine will be holding its first ever event in association with Double Crossed Films and Shortwave Cinema in Bermondsey, London. Continue reading
Here at New Empress Magazine we’re curious folk, in every sense of the word, and consequently we’d really like to find out what all you good people think about cinemas.
What can cinemas do to improve? What is your pet cinema peeve? And will download options ever stop you going to the pictures? Ten quick questions and you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win an eclectic mix of 5 DVD classics. Namely: Black Swan, The Last King of Scotland, His Girl Friday, Evil Dead 2 and the John Hughes classic Pretty in Pink.