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MCM London Comic Con welcomed Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffatt, Sue Vertue, and Amanda Abbington to its main stage today to talk... Read More

There was huge excitement today at MCM London Comic Con as Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss and Sue Vertue officially announced... Read More

Once you’ve got past all the festive shows in December – whether it’s Christmas specials like Doctor Who or depressing... Read More

Benedict Cumberbatch’s latest movie, The Imitation Game, opens the London Film Festival tonight!

The film sees Cumberbatch star as maths genius... Read More

The Hall H crowd went wild at San Diego Comic Con 2014 when everyone’s favourite Sherock took to the stage... Read More

Book Zone at LFCC

Last weekend saw the biggest London Film and Comic Con yet, with more guests, more comics, more talks, cosplay, stalls,... Read More

This weekend at Earl’s Court, fans of Sherlock were treated to a preview of what they can expect at Sherlocked,... Read More

It feels like we’ve been waiting forever, but the time is nearly upon us when thousands of eager convention attendees... Read More

Now we’re well and truly done with Christmas and New Year, it’s time for the UK convention scene to wake... Read More

With Season Four of smash-hit fantasy series Game of Thrones to premiere in April 2014, excitement is building. With viewers... Read More

We couldn’t be more excited here at Flicks And The City about the return of Sherlock to our small screens.... Read More

At last night’s European premiere of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Flicks And The City’s Berlin correspondent Nora Hiller... Read More

This weekend at the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Celebration at London’s ExCel, Flicks And The City asked Doctor Who show-runner... Read More

Flicks And The City got properly creeped out today at FrightFest watching the nail-bitingly tense psychological horror In Fear (in... Read More

Today at FrightFest, Flicks And The City caught up with British director Jeremy Lovering whose terrifyingly realistic psychological horror In... Read More

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