‘Happy New Year, Colin Burstead’ Review: Ben Wheatley’s Dysfunctional Family Drama Feels More Like a TV Pilot Than a Film [Festival du Nouveau Cinéma]

It’s the tried and true experiment: stick a dysfunctional family in a big house for a day and see what happens. When done well, it can be a like a cathartic claustrophobic symphony. But Ben Wheatley‘s Happy New Year, Colin Burstead doesn’t pack a punch. This particular story of family dysfunction is set in the […]

The Meg release date: When does the Meg come out in cinema and on DVD?

The Meg is no match for Jason Statham, the renowned action hero who has battled his way out of countless death-defying situations. Starring alongside Li Bingbing and Ruby Rose in The Meg, the movie features a pre-historic Megalodon as its resident monster-in-chief. When does The Meg come out in cinema? The Shark thriller is out […]

Daily Podcast: What Does AMC’s Movie Subscription Service Mean for the Future Of Cinema? Star Wars, Black Widow & More

On the June 20, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including Disney putting A Star Wars Story movies on hold, women directors sought for Black Widow movie, Disneyland testing dynamic […]

Watchdog viewers shocked by ‘disgusting’ cinema reveal: ’Never going again’

BBC series Watchdog is used to blowing the lid off various hidden scandals across the country and tonight was no exception. Using their team’s Swab Mob to uncover the truth about bacteria levels in the nation’s favourite pastime, presenter Nikki Fox met up with a professional to discuss the results. Nikki revealed the team had […]

Ready Player One cinema REVIEW: Do Spielberg fans need to see this on BIG SCREEN or not?

Ready Player One is out now in cinemas but is it vintage Spielberg? The greatest movies from the legendary director have been a dizzying mix of spectacular visuals and a powerful emotional punch. Whether audiences were shrieking in terror as a fin breached the surface of the sea or sobbing as a funny little alien […]

Jet Skis and Shootouts: The Waterlogged Action Cinema of the ’90s

If you asked me to describe my memory of ‘90s action movies in a single image, it would be this: our hero, wading through thigh-deep water, firing an endless barrage of bullets at whatever bad guy or monster happens to be offscreen. In my nostalgia-addled brain, it seems like every movie from that decade featured […]

Panavision’s latest cinema camera has an 8K RED sensor

Nearly every blockbuster film used to end with “Lenses and Panaflex camera by Panavision,” but now it’s more likely that your favorite movie was short on Arri or RED. Panavision is trying to flip that equation, however, by adopting one of its rivals’ key pieces of tech. Its latest cinema camera, the Millenium DXL2 uses […]

Secret Cinema reveals Blade Runner for its 10th Anniversary: When do tickets go on sale?

It’s not just androids who will be dreaming of electric sheep. The legendary Secret Cinema team are taking on one of the most iconic movies of all time. Ridley Scott’s 1982 masterpiece will be brought to thrilling life (artificial or otherwise) at a secret location (hence the title) in London from this March. After previously […]