Blu-ray Review – ‘The Festival’ remains an anarchic comedy highlight of 2018

Joe Thomas reunites with Inbetweeners creator Iain Morris for the anarchic comedy The Festival, which is now out on DVD and Blu-ray.

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Review – ‘Slaughterhouse Rulez’ skewers boarding school snobbery, but has little horror edge

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are the producers behind Slaughterhouse Rulez, which is a below par horror-comedy.

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Review – ‘The Festival’ is Inbetweeners in a field, and I’m fine with that

Inbetweeners co-creator Iain Morris’s new movie The Festival is crude, crass and criminally hilarious.

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Review – ‘Tomb Raider’ is an affectionate reboot that hands Alicia Vikander a franchise role

Alicia Vikander steps into the most iconic tank top in video game history for director Roar Uthaug’s reboot of the action-adventure film franchise.

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News Round-up – Tom Hardy cast as Venom, Emoji Movie trailer, Johnny English returns and more

Suddenly, Sony’s antihero property Venom looks like something a little more interesting than a shameless cash-in.

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News Round-up – Super Bowl trailers, Star Wars spoof in the works, wrestling comedy and more

The biggest event in the sporting calendar isn’t really about the football… it’s about the trailers.

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Top 10: Films not to miss in February 2014

February 2014 is set to be a busy period for UK film releases, in which Valentine’s fare mixes with awards season dramas and some cracking animations.

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Review: The World’s End

Review of 2013 comedy film The World’s End, which is the final entry in the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy. It is directed and co-written by Edgar Wright and stars Simon Pegg (also co-writing) and Nick Frost.

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