The 14th annual Film4 FrightFest rears its ugly head this Thursday, with 51 films on three screen at Leicester Square's Empire Cinema.
There's plenty to admire about Lovelace, the second feature from documentarians Robert Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (their first was Howl), including a surprisingly nuanced performance from Amanda Seyfried as the tragic frontierswoman of 70s hardcore porn, and sterling work from Peter Sarsgaard as Lovelace's husband/manager/pimp/owner/dungeonkeeper Chuck Traynor, and from Robert Patrick and Sharon Stone as her emotionally repressed working-class parents.
The message is crystal clear: do not buy Lady Gaga's latest album or download tracks because she is "over" and "no longer relevant".
Our celebrity culture rarely goes long unbemoaned: earlier this summer, Sofia Coppola's The Bling Ring prompted another round of handwringing.
Dusty Crophopper has dreams of becoming a race plane; however, being a tiny crop duster does not exactly guarantee speed. Dusty does not let his dreams fade, and he does everything he can to become a racer plane in the new Disney animated film Planes.
I was at The Wrestling last night (see below).
I'm not what you would really consider an Apple fanboy.
Silver Linings Playbook.
A look at bond traders and their lives is a bit of a wank in the new play 'Roaring Trade'
The star’s view on the origins of the universe is certainly the most earthshaking revelation in his most recent interview – but Jesus and the reality of life behind bars aren’t far from his thoughts either
A small American town tries to pick up the pieces after losing several of it's men in a mining disaster.