Dead

A paranormal comedy now available on digital download, Dead, which featured at this year’s Frightfest is a lighthearted take on the zombie horror genre about a hapless stoner Marbles (co-writer Thomas Sainsbury) who discovers he can see dead people with the assistance of a marijuana hallucinogenic cocktail he’s developed. He is forced into a murderContinue reading “Dead”

Topowa! Never Give Up

Having its UK premiere on 28th October at this year’s Raindance Film Festival where it’s been officially nominated for the Best Music Documentary, Topowa is an uplifting story following the Brass For African band from the slum villages of Katwe in Uganda as they embark on a journey to fulfil their unimaginable dreams of travellingContinue reading “Topowa! Never Give Up”

Ronnie’s

Opening Friday 23rd October at Everyman cinemas for a very limited period only this is an opportunity to see this feature length documentary about the famous London Jazz Club and the man behind it with rare performances and unseen footage. Book tickets at one of the exclusive Everyman cinemas who are redefining the cinema experience. Ronnie’sContinue reading “Ronnie’s”

Frida Kahlo (2020)

A new Frida Kahlo film will be appearing in cinemas from 20th October courtesy of Exhibition On Screen, the art documentary experts, who use their unique connections with galleries, museums and artists around the world to deliver onto the big screen outstanding biographical accounts of the world’s leading artists, this time providing a newly detailed storyContinue reading “Frida Kahlo (2020)”

Rose: A Love Story – BFI London Film Festival Premiere

Having its world premiere at this year’s 64th BFI London Film Festival, Rose: A Love Story, starring Sophie Rundle (Peaky Blinders, Gentleman Jack) & Matt Stokoe (Cursed, Jamestown), follows a young couple living alone in the woods. Sam (Stokoe) and Rose (Rundle) live a quiet life in their remote woodland farmhouse, they spend their days far from the prying eyesContinue reading “Rose: A Love Story – BFI London Film Festival Premiere”

Schemers (review)

Schemers is an autobiographical account of UK music industry promoter Dave Mclean’s rise from the working class streets of Dundee promoting up and coming bands (including Scottish band Simple Minds) culminating in the Iron Maiden concert in 1980. These gigs were all organised by ‘Davie’ and his pals, as the young likely lads growing upContinue reading “Schemers (review)”

Hard Kill

This action feature film starring Bruce Willis, Jesse Metcalfe and Lala Kent has all the ingredients for a blockbuster but unfortunately falls into the early Christmas turkey category. No doubt made largely in homage to Bruce’s mega Die Hard franchise you can find many similarities in the formula, but like its title, it doesn’t quiteContinue reading “Hard Kill”

I Made This For You

This UK feature film is going to be shown for FREE on YouTube on 10th September to coincide with National Suicide Prevention Day and will run for a whole month until 10th October which happens to be Mental Health Awareness Day. Directed by Cristian Solimeno, notorious for his character in ITV’s series Footballer’s Wives, it’s a deeplyContinue reading “I Made This For You”

Elvis: That’s the Way It Is (1970)

For one night only on 13th August, at selected cinemas around the UK, a chance to see Elvis on the big screen one more time in this acclaimed music documentary following his Las Vegas Summer residency 50 years ago. A fantastic opportunity to see Elvis on the big screen in all his glory as he takesContinue reading “Elvis: That’s the Way It Is (1970)”