Michael Prescott interviews Tomasz Wasilewski, the director of Floating Skyscrapers, one of the first LGBT films from Poland.
With Carrie upon us, the Film Club this week turn their collective attentions to their favourite remakes.
Michael Prescott reviews Mark Kermode’s latest book, Hatchet Job, which explores the life of a film critic.
Michael Prescott looks at the idea of whether a film needs to be enjoyed as well as appreciated in order to be a classic.
With impressive casts in both The Counsellor and The Butler, Film Club looks at the greatest ensembles in cinema history.
Ahead of reviewing his latest book, Hatchet Job, Michael Prescott reminds readers why he’s such a fan of Mark Kermode and his approach to film.
Michael Prescott is blown away by more than just the visuals as he reviews Alfonso Cuaron’s much-anticipated sci-fi film, Gravity.
Four film writers explore the history of horror cinema by writing about their favourite films that the genre has to offer
Michael Prescott takes a look at the presence and influence of horror in other genres, and lists the films which frighten him most.
With recent anniversaries for both Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill: Vol. 1, five writers tell us about their favourite Tarantino films.