We talk to David F Sandberg about putting a superheroic spin on Big with Shazam!
The Tale Of Princess Kaguya director Isao Takahata tells us about bringing a classic tale to life
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Vivieno Caldinelli’s suicide cult comedy, starring Kate Micucci, Dan Harmon and Taika Waititi, has been hard at the bath salts.
Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg are trapped in a Twilight Zone-esque domestic nightmare in Vivarium
Can JJ Abrams stick the landing with Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker?
Black Christmas 2019 takes the bare bones of the sorority chiller to deliver something new…but does it work?
“I’d tell myself it’s all going to be OK!” Sonequa Martin-Green looks back at Star Trek: Discovery Season One
With Star Trek: Discovery coming to E4, we talk to Sonequa Martin-Green about the early days and finding Michael Burnham
The team behind horror comedy Satanic Panic talk cults, practical gore, horror heroines, double feature suggestions and inspiring future filmmakers
The Haunting Of Hill House’s Mike Flanagan juggles King and Kubrick in his ambitious film of Doctor Sleep
A killer death clock app picks off users one by one in smart and fun horror surprise Countdown
Is Terminator: Dark Fate the sequel to finally return James Cameron’s franchise to its glory days?
Aardman deliver a love-letter to classic SF with the funny and visually inventive A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon
Godzilla: King Of The Monsters’ Michael Dougherty on the ending and setting the stage for Godzilla Vs Kong
Michael Dougherty looks back at Godzilla: King Of The Monsters and tells us why he was excited to help build a world
We talk to the team behind Aardman’s A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon about their tribute to classic alien invasion movies
Does the Zombieland sequel still have the original’s magic?
Ang Lee continues his grand experiment with new cinema technologies to varying levels of success in Gemini Man
French animator Jean-François Laguionie returns with The Prince’s Voyage, playing at the London Film Festival
A retired dancer and her live-in nurse are at the centre of Rose Glass’ superb horror St Maud
The Losers’ Club return to face Pennywise one last time in the darker, scarier and more emotional It Chapter Two
Joaquin Phoenix and Todd Phillips take the Clown Prince Of Crime for a grim and gritty origin story in Joker