Ricky Young ticks off some big ending-in-0 Bond anniversaries by watching the films concerned and reporting back to the readers of Europe’s Best Website on what he finds. Continue reading Triple-0 Seven
Josephine Grahl finds that The Tales of Hoffmann never quite comes alive.
Indy Datta reviews the 30th anniversary Blu-ray edition of David Puttnam and Roland Joffé’s film about the rise of the Khmer Rouge, which is released today by StudioCanal.
It’s the 31st October, All Hallows Eve, the perfect time for Mostly film writers to reflect on what has cinematically disturbed them and why…
While the film world’s eyes are turned towards London for the LFF, Alex Barrett talks about his ambitious new film project about the city, and explains how you can get involved.
Blake Backlash considers the cinematic mixing of Hollywood’s grande dames with grand guignol.
As Scots go to the polls, the MostlyFilm crew bring you their favourite examples of Scotland on film.
As Swallows and Amazons comes to DVD and blu-ray, Jim Eaton-Terry revisits a personal favourite.
Viv Wilby checks out this small-scale, atmospheric British chiller
Want to travel back in time to 1914? Well, hurry up and invent time travel, then. Want to watch a bunch of films first shown in 1914? The BFI has just the thing, and Emma Street has done you a preview.