In this instalment of our occasional series on cinematic gems hiding out on the Internet, theTramp begs you to consider 2013’s Austenland.
So Buffy the Vampire Slayer is now 20. Well. The truth is a little more complicated than that – the movie is a few years older and Buffy herself, Sarah Michelle Gellar turned 40 on the 14th but the fact is it’s a good time to say “Happy belated birthday, Buffy”.
“But when is it the MEN’s Edinburgh International Festival?”
Lissy Lovett asks the important questions.
Ricky Young looks at a wonderful slice of not-very-much, driven entirely by the charisma of its two leads.
Philip Concannon on a new Blu-ray edition of the complete Buster Keaton short films, on general release today.
As MostlyFilm’s 1986 week draws to a close, five more of our contributors share their favourite filmic memories of the year that also brought the world Robert Pattinson, Lindsay Lohan, the Olsen twins and Megan Fox. No, we didn’t think all those people were the same age either.
This movie doesn’t need to take abuse from us: it has hundreds of people dying to abuse it. Danni Glover braves the Ghostbusters remake.
James Moar on a show about a scientific genius, his plucky grandson, and their horrible, horrible adventures (now on your British space telly).
Gareth Negus reviews Amy Schumer’s breakthrough movie. Was it a Super Advance First Class or… no, you’re right, that’s not going to work at all. Sorry.