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.
The Manchester International Festival is an 18 day celebration of the best new artistic work from around the world. Here’s what Spank The Monkey saw there during two of those days.
Viv Wilby considers three films from 1980 which reflect how women’s roles were beginning to change.
As Scots go to the polls, the MostlyFilm crew bring you their favourite examples of Scotland on film.
Laura Morgan rewatches Joe Dante’s The ‘Burbs, out in a new edition blu-ray today.
Laura Morgan and Danni Glover brave a wet weekend in Auld Reekie to bring you their Fringe recommendations, while Alice Sanders shares some home truths about taking a show to Edinburgh for the first time.
Niall Anderson watches the complete work of Jacques Tati, a man for whom the ridiculous and the sublime were indistinguishable
The seminal Canadian teen sex comedy is out this week on Blu-ray from Arrow Films. Indy Datta girds his loins.
Rev should be the answer to our prayers. So why is it so damn gloomy, asks Liz Nickels
Michael Palin and Terry Jones’s 1969 sketch show is (incompletely) released today on DVD. Emma Street takes a look at the forgotten forerunner of Monty Python.