Interviews

From Eskil Vogt, writer of Academy and BAFTA-nominated The Worst Person in the World, comes a new psychological horror that’s not for the feint-hearted, The Innocents. Set during a bright Nordic summer, The Innocents tells the story of four children living in the same housing estate, who, when left to their own devices, reveal their dark and mysterious powers. But when
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The latest WB Animated release DC Showcase: Constantine – The House of Mystery includes four shorts, one of which is a brand new adventure for our favourite magical cheeky chap Constantine (played by Matt Ryan who reprises his live-action and animated role). Taking place after the events of Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, the new short finds
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After finding a mysterious game from the Eighties named Curs>R, Kayla (Iola Evans) decides to play to try and win the prize money (via phoning into the voice of Robert Englund!) in new Netflix horror Choose Or Die. She’s desperate for the money to get her and her mother (Angela Griffin) out of poverty and addiction,
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“It came to me in an instant, after I ran into the master of my residential college a few years after graduating…” We wouldn’t like to infer how that meeting went but we’re talking to writer and director Mariama Diallo about her upcoming horror Master, a story of three African American women and their disturbing
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“Expect a wild, embarrassing, funny and surprising journey through puberty!” It’s not quite the response one would predict from ‘what can we expect from this new Pixar movie?’ but for Turning Red’s co-writer and director, Domee Shi, that’s kind of the point: “I wanted to make this movie for 13-year-old me,” Shi says. “Because there
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