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New podcast series featuring Daniel Craig, Rami Malek,  Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris,  producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and Billie Eilish   No Time To Die: The Official James…

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News: Arrow Video FrightFest cancels October Cineworld Event Midst Growing Covid Restrictions

Arrow Video FrightFest will go virtual for the second time in 2020, having taken the difficult decision to cancel its planned physical event at the Cineworld, Leicester Square.…

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New Trailer for The Woman In The Window

Staring: Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, Julianne Moore, Anthony Mackie, Wyatt Russell In The , a psychological suspense thriller directed by Joe Wright, an agoraphobic child psychologist befriends a neighbour across the street…

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Waves – LFF 2019 Review

Waves begins with a dazzling 360-degree spin inside Tyler’s (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) car as he drives with one leg dangling out of the window while singing along to the radio with girlfriend Alexis (Alexa Demie). It’s a beautifully choreographed moment that captures the sparkling chemistry between these young lovers. It’s immediately clear we are in the hands of a filmmaker brimming with ideas and stylistic verve. Trey Edward Shults’ overwhelmingly moving and sumptuously filmed third feature cements him as one of the most thrilling directors working today.

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The Current War Review

In his new historical drama The Current War, director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) charts the destructive rivalry between inventors Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch), George Westinghouse (Michael Shannon) and Nikola Tesla (Nicholas Hoult) as they battle it out to see whose electrical system will illuminate America.

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Film Review: A Season in France

Chadian director, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun offers us a necessary and political insight into asylum, Europe and family ties. From Bangui to Paris, brothers Abbas (Eriq Ebouaney) and Etienne (Bibi Tanga) escape their country where they both worked as teachers to a new life in a country where they must take jobs as grocers and security guards. Abbas struggles to let go of his old life, speaking to the ghosts of his past but with his son (Ibrahim Burama Darboe) and daughter (Alayna Lys) in tow, he must make ends meet.

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