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How The Driver set the LA noir genre in motion

By William Carroll

Walter Hill’s cult film is full of intense car chases and silent antiheroes.

Six of the best Edgar Wright scenes

By Chris Edwards

From Shaun of the Dead to Scott Pilgrim, we run through some of the British director’s finest moments.

Kyle MacLachlan is the Internet’s Dad now and we love him for it

By Marianne Eloise

The star of Twin Peaks uses social media to connect with fans and promote good causes.

In defence of Al Pacino’s performance in Scent of a Woman

By Ian Mantgani

There’s something deeply entertaining and moving about his widely ridiculed lead turn.

What Sofia Coppola’s films taught me about being a teenage girl

By Hannah Woodhead

The Lisbon sisters helped me to understand my own awkward coming of age.

Watch this snack-sized sequel to Kiki’s Delivery Service

By Little White Lies

A Japanese ramen company has reimagined Hayao Miyazaki’s sky-high heroine.

What’s the relationship between documentary and democracy?

By Katy Vans

Now more than ever, filmmakers are fighting to give a voice to the disaffected, the poor and the oppressed.

Robert Pattinson to have “sexual experiences” in space

By David Jenkins

He starts shooting a new sci-fi movie next month, directed by the great Claire Denis.

GLOW and the fine line between female empowerment and catering to male fantasy

By Roxanne Sancto

Netflix’s new show emphasises just how deep gender stereotypes run in mainstream media.

Twin Peaks season 3 decoder: Annie Blackburn

By Martyn Conterio

Could Heather Graham be about to make a shock return to Twin Peaks?

River’s Edge and the troubling psychosis of ’80s youth

By Christina Newland

This Keanu Reeves-starring drama is a poignant tale of teenage apathy.

Watch this adorable film about dogs at polling stations

By Little White Lies

Filmmaker Ian Mantgani has captured this cultural phenomenon in all its furry glory.

The sequel to Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla sounds absolutely epic

By Little White Lies

The King of Monsters will take on Mothra and Rodan in Michael Dougherty’s action sci-fi.

A new film reveals that our free press is under serious threat

By Catherine Pearson

Nobody Speak looks at how Hulk Hogan’s lawsuit against Gawker has changed the media landscape.

The Handmaid’s Tale contains a chilling environmental warning

By Lewis Gordon

The hit dystopian series isn’t just about violence against women.

Why Elisabeth Moss is our favourite actress right now

By Amy Bowker

From Mad Men to The Handmaid’s Tale, the American star never fails to impress.

Is Donnie Brasco the last truly great American gangster movie?

By William Carroll

Johnny Depp is on career-best form in Mike Newell’s classic crime-thriller from 1997.

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