Our look back at the best films of 2011 concludes with Phil Newton’s top ten.
Our look back at the best films of 2011 continues with Dino Marabese’s top ten.
Our look back at the best films of 2011 continues with Amy Hoey’s top ten.
Our look back at the best films of 2011 begins with Stuart Barr’s top ten.
“The terror lurking in every scene ensure a pervasive sense of horror that builds and builds to the final inevitable crescendo…”
The multi-award winning, critically acclaimed Black Swan comes to Triple Play Blu-ray and DVD in May courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox, starring Academy Award winning ‘Best Actress’ Natalie Portman.
Chris and Phil celebrate New Year with two five star reviews and a round up of 2010’s best films, knock out Panna Rittikrai in Bangkok, sabotage Live Aid and spit on the Cruise/Diaz combo.
Chris and Phil discuss this year’s London Film Festival with David Hall, talk Monsters with director Gareth Edwards, watch “the funniest film of the year” and discover the truth about Guy Fawkes.
Phil’s round up of capsule reviews from the 54th BFI London Film Festival including Never Let Me Go, Uncle Boonmee, Howl, Black Swan, Somewhere, Kaboom, Cold Fish and 127 Hours.