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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Following on from our chat with writer-director Gareth Evans at the premiere of The Raid 2: Berandal, Flicks And The... Read More

One of the many highlights of this year’s Sundance was the highly inventive second instalment of writer-director Gareth Evans’ martial... Read More

What’s it about? Maud (Beatie Edney), the young heiress to the Ruthyn family fortune, has always been obsessed by the... Read More

Yes, I know it’s not out until December, but that doesn’t stop us getting excited for the final part of... Read More

One of the very many highlights of Marvel’s The Avengers movie was Mark Ruffalo’s performance as Bruce Banner/The Hulk –... Read More

The temperature may be below zero degrees centigrade here in Utah’s Park City, but Flicks And The City have our... Read More

Sky 1’s bilingual thriller The Tunnel, an Anglo-French adaptation of Scandinavian crime drama The Bridge, has proved to be as... Read More

What’s It About? Erin (Sharni Vinson) and her boyfriend Crispian (AJ Bowen) travel to his family’s remote vacation house to... Read More

A recent interview with 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen struck a nerve with me. I balled my fist... Read More

Kiss of the Damned tells the story of a love affair between Djuna, a vampire, and Paulo, a human (at least... Read More

The Tomorrow People, a new US sci-fi offering, based on the classic British show from the 70s, makes its debut... Read More

David Nicholls, novelist and screenwriter of Starter For 10 and One Day, is returning to BBC1 on Monday 6 January... Read More

The lottery – everyone’s had a go at some point. After all, who wouldn’t want to win a million or... Read More

2014 sees the arrival on Sky Atlantic of a thrilling four-part drama about the life of Bond creator Ian Fleming.

Starring Dominic... Read More

As the world continues to mourn the passing of Nelson Mandela, Idris Elba stars in the Justin Chadwick directed biopic... Read More

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