The 1974 action classic Death Wish gets a modern reimagining from horror maestro Eli Roth, starring Bruce Willis in the lead role.
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Jon Favreau’s remake of The Lion King may have found its villain in Chiwetel Ejiofor, rumoured to be providing voice duties for the character of Scar.
Nobody can explore the cosmos and film Rooney Mara eating pie quite like David Lowery can in A Ghost Story, this year’s transcendent feature film.
A River Below explores the campaign to save the Amazon’s endangered pink river dolphin, with shocking insights into the culling of the species.
Kathryn Bigelow’s 1991 classic action crime-drama Point Break gets the Honest Trailer treatment, with no aspect of the film being spared from humility.
The Big Sick tells the story of a couple from vastly different backgrounds, who have to overcome not only their cultural differences, but also the fact that one of them falls into a coma.
Tommy Wiseau, the writer/actor/director of one of the best/worst movies of all time gets transported into the Star Wars universe – with hilarious results.
Darren Aronofsky returns to his dark and disturbing ways with the upcoming film Mother! Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem and Ed Harris.
Content Warning: this To the Bone feature article contains references to eating disorders, eating-disordered behaviours, and weight.
The Elephant Man (1980) tells the true life story of Joseph Merrick (John Hurt), who suffered from severe deformities during his life in late 19th century London.
The classic supernatural comedy film Ghostbusters (1984) gets a new trailer, recut as a serious horror film in this funny video.
The upcoming drama Only the Brave tells the extraordinary true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, and their talent for fighting the most untameable wild fires Arizona had ever seen.
Isaac’s life has reached the lowest of lows; his acting career is going downhill; his acting students are having better luck at the big-time than him; his vision-impaired girlfriend of 10 years is about to leave him and his own family sees him as a massive disappointment. And even as he takes a chance on a new romance, Isaac struggles to define his place in a world that seemingly wants him to suffer.