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A very important trailer has just leaked

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A very important trailer has just leaked

by Olive Pometsey

The leaked trailer for ‘Guava Island’ stars Rihanna and Donald Glover. Need we say more?
Our tribute to a cinematic genius

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Our tribute to a cinematic genius

by Drugstore Culture

Bernardo Bertolucci, who won Oscars with ‘The Last Emperor’ (1987) and ‘Last Tango in Paris’ (1972), died today at age 77.
Bernardo Bertolucci, legendary Italian director, has died aged 77

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Bernardo Bertolucci, legendary Italian director, has died aged 77

by Pamela Hutchinson

The director was one of the most critically adored of his generation.
Josh Singer talks ‘First Man’ with DRUGSTORE CULTURE

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Josh Singer talks ‘First Man’ with DRUGSTORE CULTURE

by Drugstore Culture

The screenwriter of ‘First Man’, Josh Singer, discusses all of the things we didn't know about the moon landing and Neil Armstrong.
‘The Thief and the Cobbler’: The greatest animated movie that never was

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‘The Thief and the Cobbler’: The greatest animated movie that never was

by Bilge Ebiri

Richard Williams masterpiece’s took three decades to make and still didn't reach completion.
Mabel Normand and the forgotten funny women of silent film

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Mabel Normand and the forgotten funny women of silent film

by Pamela Hutchinson

‘Their recognition may be well overdue, but their comedy never goes out of date.’
Weekend Watch: Home for the Holidays

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Weekend Watch: Home for the Holidays

by Lucy Scholes

We have a soft spot for Jodie Foster’s second directorial outing.
‘The Lion King’ trailer is everything we could have hoped for

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‘The Lion King’ trailer is everything we could have hoped for

by Olive Pometsey

Disney's live action remake of their animated classic looks to be a crowd-pleaser.
‘Boy Erased’ reminds us of the harrowing impact of conversion therapy

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‘Boy Erased’ reminds us of the harrowing impact of conversion therapy

by Ryan Cahill

Contrary to popular belief, ‘gay cures’ are not a thing of the past.
Fantastic Beasts and the diversity problem

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Fantastic Beasts and the diversity problem

by Olive Pometsey

The latest film in the Harry Potter franchise introduces a new, diverse set of characters, but with no depth.
‘Nobody knows anything’: farewell to William Goldman, Hollywood’s greatest script magus

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‘Nobody knows anything’: farewell to William Goldman, Hollywood’s greatest script magus

by Matthew d'Ancona

The legendary screenwriter passed away last night aged 87.
Weekend Watch: The Ice Storm

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Weekend Watch: The Ice Storm

by Lucy Scholes

With Thanksgiving only a few days away, there couldn’t be a better time to re-watch this classic.
Cream of the crap

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Cream of the crap

by James Oliver

The movies that are so ‘bad’ they're brilliant deserve more recognition.
‘Suspiria’ will be a cult masterpiece in 2028

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‘Suspiria’ will be a cult masterpiece in 2028

by Douglas Greenwood

Luca Guadagnino’s remake 1977 Dario Argento's iconic horror film has divided critics and audiences, but it has all the makings of a future cult classic.
Weekend Watch: The Heiress

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Weekend Watch: The Heiress

by Lucy Scholes

William Wyler’s 1949 film ‘The Heiress’, starring Olivia de Havilland, has enduring appeal.
Martin McDonagh: Genius or Fraud?

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Martin McDonagh: Genius or Fraud?

by Alexander Larman

As his latest play ‘A Very Very Very Dark Matter’ is received by critics as a flop, our writer wonders if the director has lost his touch.
The season of the witch

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The season of the witch

by James Oliver

From ‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ to Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Suspiria’ remake, witchcraft still persists as one of the great horror archetypes, but its history is grimmer than anything on screen.
The perfect Halloween movie: Bell, Book and Candle

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The perfect Halloween movie: Bell, Book and Candle

by Lucy Scholes

Taken at face value, this glimpse of counterculture provides a frisson of naughtiness, but probe a little deeper and you’ll uncover a fabulous queer subtext.