Niall Anderson watches Lenny Abrahamson’s hotly tipped captivity drama Room
Blake Backlash watches Terence Davies’ adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s novel and remembers reading the book in school. He compares the endings – so there are spoilers.
Philip Concannon reviews the latest (but not the last) volume of Simon Callow’s biography of Welles.
Two decades, almost to the day, since Mr Darcy stepped, dripping sexily, out of the lake, theTramp looks back.
For World Book Day: an article celebrating some of our favourite depictions of writers and writing on film.
You need to feel more Christmassy, right? So join Caitlin Watson as she assembles the perfect film version of Scrooge’s story.
Sex has always had a role to play in horror, just look at Dracula. But, the Tramp asks, is this relationship a healthy one? Have we moved beyond the allegorical to something far more disturbing and Ballardian than Stoker could ever have dreamt of?
Emma Street examines the monster science, not folklore, created and ponders how the literary legend stands up, cinematically speaking.
Niall Anderson reads the first novel by a cinematic master
Niall Anderson watches Al Pacino deconstruct Oscar Wilde’s most difficult play, and himself