Time to dust off nan’s travel rug and start planning, for what will ultimately be an incredible Summer night under the stars.
Browsing: Film & TV
Torchwood picks up the pieces with a new team and moves on. After all, there’s a whole new set of alien threats to deal with…
This simple, plant-based program to save your health, waistline, and the planet comes out this month and we’ve got 3 great recipes to share from it: “Chicken” Fajitas, a Sun-Dried Tomato and Asparagus Lasagne, and Lemon-Blueberry-Coconut Scones. Yum!
Kathryn Ellis arrives to take up a post as a housekeeper at Hodder Hall where she meets the aloof Isaac Hodder, who seems more interested in his experiments and his rather peculiar sister, Clarissa.
Comedian Billy Connolly returns to the country of his birth and upbringing, acknowledging what went before and reliving the journey that made him the man we know and love to laugh along with today.
The Doctor’s arch nemesis and fellow Time Lord, The Master, recalls how he destroyed a perfectly well-balanced planetary system and in particular, the main planet, Glox.
With DJs, food trucks, bars, BBQ Buoys for floating entertainment, and more, right next to the city, the Openair Cinemas are offering more than ever, and it launches later this month!
Michael Caine hosts David Batty’s documentary about the cultural changes wrought by the swinging 60s.
Although about a magnificent plane, this film is really about people at their finest.
Director David Fairhurst introduces his first feature, the psychological drama Reaching Distance.
For what is nominally a horror movie, the new Suspiria is notably ambitious, aiming for a comparatively epic vision.
Multi-award winning movie Girls Always Happy starring long time actress and producer Nai An and rising star Yang Mingming takes a comedic glimpse at the complexities of an interdependent mother and daughter relationship. It is set in the Hutong province of China.
Sulieman Mountain is a potently comic, gritty, gripping cinematic metaphor exploring experiences of profound dislocation between authentic local Kyrgyzstan culture and overbearing demands of modern globalism.
Although this film appears to be haphazard it has a definite message: don’t be complacent.
At times incredibly difficult to watch, but well worth the emotional journey.
A rollicking, satisfying, fascinating, constantly surprising cinematic journey.
Doesn’t hit any great depths, but is good-natured enough.