Shepherd

Shepherd is a psychological horror from British director Russell Owen about a bereaved husband who takes a job on a craggy isolated Scottish island only to find there are dark forces at work and he has to fight to keep his sanity and save his own life. In UK/EIRE Cinemas from 26th November. Eric (TomContinue reading “Shepherd”

Habit

Habit is a coming of age action comedy about a young party girl Mads (Bella Thorne) who finds herself on the run after her and her friends’ drug deal goes wrong and they have to take shelter in a convent. Habit will be available on iTunes Digital Download from 22nd November here. Despite Mads’ earlyContinue reading “Habit”

Pitbull- Exodus

‘Pitbull – Exodus’ is a new crime thriller from Polish director Patryk Vega, a genre veteran, back to his explosive best with a film showing some violent gang wars in Eastern Europe, available in UK / EIRE cinemas from 19th November.   The film begins with the backstory of Nos (Przemyslaw Bluszcz) and how he became an expert bombContinue reading “Pitbull- Exodus”

A Bird Flew In

A Bird Flew In has been officially selected for Best UK Feature at the Raindance Film Festival 2021. One of the first films shot after the pandemic and about the pandemic, it’s an emotional look into the lives of a group of people working on a film who return home to the news of the country going intoContinue reading “A Bird Flew In”

#Like

#Like is a dark tale about a teenage girl looking for revenge because her younger sister commits suicide after being trolled online. Written and directed by Sarah Pirozek’s it’s a cyber noir thriller available to rent and buy on all major digital platforms from 1st November.  Rosie (Sarah Rich) is commemorating the 1st anniversary of herContinue reading “#Like”

Seven Samurai (1954)

Opening in selected cinemas from 29th October 2021 as part of the BFI’s season celebrating 100 years of Japanese cinema, Seven Samurai (1954) is Japanese director Akira Kurosawa’s own favourite film, an epic tale about a village under attack from a group of bandits that hits upon the idea to hire a group of samurai toContinue reading “Seven Samurai (1954)”

Cop Secret

Cop Secret had its premiere at the BFI London Film Festival 2021, it’s an Icelandic action-comedy parodying the high octane Hollywood police films, where two rival cops have to team up to stop a mastermind villain only to get more out of their partnership than they bargained for. Bússi (Auðunn Blöndal) is known as Reykjavik’s superContinue reading “Cop Secret”

Interview Trent O’Donnell

Interview with Trent O’Donnell the director and co-writer of ‘Ride the Eagle‘, a feel good comedy dealing with family, relationships and bereavement set in the wilderness of the Yosemite National Park. Shot during lockdown it brings together a comedy ensemble including Jake Johnson, D’Arcy Carden, J.K. Simmons and Susan Sarandon. Available on digital download fromContinue reading “Interview Trent O’Donnell”

The Maltese Falcon (1941)

The Maltese Falcon (1941) is back in cinemas from 17th September to celebrate its 80th anniversary as part of the BFI’s Watching the Detectives season. Adapted from Dashiell Hammett’s novel it sees John Houston take his directional debut in this black and white film noir classic. Private investigator Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart) and his partner Miles ArcherContinue reading “The Maltese Falcon (1941)”