This long-awaited sequel asks the question of can a song save the world, but can Bill and Ted Face The
HOME welcomed esteemed writer-director John Boorman into their newly carpeted venue to answer a few questions about his follow up film to Hope and Glory.
‘Isolated, outcast and bullied’: Manchester director reveals inspiration for feminist sci-fi film The Last of Her Blood
Feminist science-fiction film The Last of Her Blood that follows a young woman’s fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic reality and is based in Manchester is set for release on June 12.
Forget the election. The return of the Avengers is the most exciting thing happening this summer.
Sad films may be ten-a-penny, but it’s very rare to find one that can hit you right in the gut like this without feeling heavy-handed or overly-manipulative.
Cornerhouse will be presenting the audio-only adaptation of Herk Harvey’s 1962 experimental horror, Carnival of Souls, for you to feast your ears (but not eyes) upon.
Brother’s Day, an urban crime drama about Manchester gangland culture, aims to make young people think twice before joining a gang.
Foxcatcher is a sports underdog movie for our time.
A Bury film maker is aiming to capture the heart of the Northern Soul movement – and has enlisted Steve Coogan, Ricky Tomlinson and singing star Lisa Stansfield to help.
Horror bonanza Grimmfest kicks and screams into Manchester with terrifying bloodbath for fright fans
The intertwining of both classic and lesser-known, up and coming films was evident with two short and two feature length movies to satisfy the horror-loving population of the city
Magic in the Moonlight, remarkably Woody Allen’s 49th directorial credit, is lacking in some fairly critical aspects, yet it possesses plenty of playful charm and is eminently watchable.