All posts tagged "film"

  • New Film Documents Liverpool’s Punk Scene

    Punk’s not dead. It’s just being turned into a documentary. The unpublished diaries of broadcaster, Roger Hill – one of Liverpool’s seminal punk rock heroes...

  • Radar: Star Trek and Doctor Who at FACT

    Two legendary sci-fi icons can be seen on the silver screen at FACT this week.

  • Review: Cloud Atlas

    Cloud Atlas clumsily manhandles the literary head scratcher, resulting in an overlong and disappointingly disjointed film.

  • Review: Hyde Park on Hudson

    One of America's greatest Presidents gets the biopic treatment in this ambiguous take on Roosevelt starring Bill Murray.

  • Radar: Reservoir Dogs at Jameson Cult Film Club

    We've got ten pairs of tickets up for grabs for the Jameson Cult Film Club showing of Reservoir Dogs at Camp & Furnace

  • Review: Zero Dark Thirty

    Following recent movies Argo and Lincoln, Zero Dark Thirty is the latest in a role call of propaganda pics to hit the big screen. Zero...

  • Review: Lincoln

    With more than a whiff of revisionism, Lincoln unfortunately offers exposition over a cinematic experience.

  • Review: Django Unchained

    Tarantino's Django Unchained - full of despicable characters, arterial blood spray and racial prejudice - has the potential to divide audiences, but is an...

  • LOTR Trilogy: I Survived

    Yeah, I’m going, I said to a friend on Twitter, possibly, if I remember rightly, going on to compare the experience to come as “one...

  • Radar: Five Broken Cameras, FACT

    If you’ve not seen this piercing and powerful documentary, we strongly suggest you head over to FACT this Thursday. Shot over five years, the film...

  • Review: Beasts of the Southern Wild

    In Beasts of the Southern Wild, Benh Zeitlin has created a vivid and moving film about our connection with our homes and the planet we...

  • Radar: Halloween Horror Films In Liverpool

    There's a terrifying amount of horror films showing across Liverpool this Halloween. We run down some of the best on offer over the next ten...

  • Review: Holy Motors

    Acclaimed writer/director Leos Carax has returned after a 13 year hiatus with his latest feature Holy Motors, a mind-blowing journey that follows the story of...