A horror film that is deplorable and revolting, but sort of brilliant. By Peter BradshawDespite being entirely deplorable and revolting, this B-movie horror from Dutch film-maker Tom Six is also … well, sort of brilliant.
Paul Whyley is receiving treatment for motor neurone disease after experiencing an epiphany during screening of Oscar-winning film The Theory of EverythingA moviegoer has told how he correctly diagnosed himself with motor neurone disease after watching the Oscar-winning Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything.Paul Whyley, 62, a grandfather and former newspaper circulation rep from Hagley in the west midlands, is now being looked after full time by his wife Jayne after doctors agreed his symptoms were unmistakable.
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A phone call meant I wasn’t present for Jurassic World’s important foreshadowed GM-shark. So what other pivotal scenes in potential masterpieces have trips to the loo led me to overlook?
Full Monty and Trainspotting star Robert Carlyle has made his feature-film directing debut with The Legend of Barney Thomson, about a Glaswegian barber caught up in a string of gruesome murders.
Chuck Workman’s documentary takes us through Welles’s early glory and disappointing long goodbye, making the case for some of his best forgotten films Related: When Orson met Larry: 'Welles was a very bad boy.
A picture-perfect documentary detailing a threat to the idyll of an English eccentric
This return to a real-life Fast Times at Ridgemont High shows what happened to some of the documentary’s original interviewees.
Paramount is the latest major studio to reboot its movies as TV series, with the likes of Minority Report and Shutter Island to get the treatment along with Fatal Attraction
Former bookmakers’ favourite rules himself out of the running for Spectre, the 24th official 007 filmSinger Sam Smith has denied reports suggesting he will perform the theme tune for the new James Bond movie, Spectre, tipping Ellie Goulding to instead get the call from 007.Appearing on Capital FM radio, Smith ruled himself out of the running to follow in the footsteps of luminaries such as Tom Jones, Shirley Bassey and Nancy Sinatra on the 24th official Bond movie.
During an on-stage conversation with Goldie Hawn, Michael Eisner said it was difficult to find a woman who was attractive and wittyFormer Disney CEO Michael Eisner has said that beautiful women who are also funny are virtually impossible to find.
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After the release of the hit Disney animation, the name of its most popular character sparked a surge in real-life children’s namesThe name Elsa has rocketed in popularity for US newborns, according to records collated by the Social Security Administration, and the numbers of children being given the name is at its highest level as far back as the SSA’s data is available.
Tech pioneer says he doesn’t recognise himself in Seth Rogen’s performance, but admits parts of the trailer for Danny Boyle’s Apple drama made him cryApple co-founder Steve Wozniak has revealed he feels torn about the new trailer for Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs, in which Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogen star as a tyrannical take on the late tech guru and a fiercely critical version of Wozniak himself.
Jaded, crass and drenched in ennui, Marco Ferreri’s perverted nightmare of seedy 1970s sophistications may be a film of its time: but what a time
Clever low-budget Kiwi indie thriller about a scowling teen under house arrest, whose house is ‘disturbed’ – but what, or who, by?
Louis le Prince made the world’s first film, claims David Nicholas Wilkinson, who makes a convincing documentary argument that Leeds is the cradle of cinema
British romcoms such as Notting Hill and Bridget Jones used to woo audiences at home and abroad. Now, film-goers and studios have turned their backs on romance. How did the relationship go so wrong?Love don’t live here any more.
Marco Ferreri's 1973 film is something else: jaded, perverted, and drenched in ennui, says Peter Bradshaw. Starring Marcello Mastroianni, Ugo Tognazzi, Michel Piccoli and Philippe Noiret, it is ostensibly about four men who get together to eat themselves to death.
With its jokes about abstract thought, this Pixar/Disney journey inside an 11-year-old’s mind is as funny as it is inventive
A mech-suited Batman, Wonder Woman without her tiara and Lex Luthor with the barnet of a 1990s footballer are among the shocks revealed in new shots from the Dawn of Justice set
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Highlights from the action-packed and dialogue-light career of the bodybuilder turned actor turned governor turned actorRidicule his abilities as you wish but Arnold Schwarzenegger’s films have made over $4bn worldwide over a 30 year period, making him one of the most successful actors of all time.
The French ratings board has ignored the advice of culture minister Fleur Pellerin who recommended a stronger rating for the explicit dramaGaspar Noé’s controversial new film Love has been given a 16 rating in France, despite a recommendation that it should receive a higher certificate.
One-dimensional LA guy meets kooky one-dimensional gal during a meteor shower, enabling a parallel-time relationship in this laborious, futile film
Like a grumpy old retainer, Schwarzenegger lumbers through a witless, pointless, back-to-the-beginning exercise that’s entirely lacking in ingenuity or humour
The film-maker is under the delusion that these squabbles are of interest to anyone other than him
Serene and engaging, if a little indulgent, Naomi Kawase’s feature is a prose-poem about death and love
How did a homeless drug addict in New York land the lead role in Heaven Knows What, a highly praised new drama? Two years ago, Arielle Holmes was working as a dominatrix named Siouxsie at a club called Pandora’s Box.