Chappie is released this week! It pretty much looks like a cross between Short Circuit, RoboCop and E.T. as styled by a hillbilly, but we're going to give it the benefit of the doubt because it has been co-written and directed by none other than Neill Blomkamp. Who's that, you ask? Oh dear. Sounds like you need some explaining explained to you.
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4 March 2015, 1:50pm
Alice is 50, successful, with a loving husband and a good job. But we know that won’t last - this is the film that won Julianne Moore the Best Actress Oscar, after all. People rarely win Oscars for playing happy, ordinary people whose lives stay the same - and Alice is duly diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s.
3 March 2015, 9:59am
The year has only just begun, but already we've got loads of great films for you to enjoy! Click through to watch them online or select 'On Demand' then 'Movies' on your Virgin Media TV.
26 February 2015, 11:25am
21-year-old actress Maika Monroe is on her way to becoming a big star. After small parts in The Bling Ring and Labor Day, she co-starred with Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens in last year's tongue-in-cheek retro thriller The Guest, which deserved a much wider audience than it attracted. It Follows, however, sees her take the lead for the first time in a horror equally as knowing and schlocky as The Guest, and if it doesn't put Monroe's name into the Rolodexes of every Hollywood studio head, then something is terribly wrong with the world.
23 February 2015, 10:52pm
It Follows comes to cinemas this week, and it is easily the most horrifying horror film released since the horrible Dr Terror’s House Of Horrors. Telling the creepy tale of a young girl who, after some sexytime with her boyfriend, sees visions of people slowly walking towards her with malicious intent. Yes, they mostly just walk towards her, but it’s scary walking. Imagine a terrifying live-action version of Pepé Le Pew.
18 February 2015, 9:39pm
After months of petty office squabbles and some pretty high stakes betting between colleagues, the Academy Awards are finally upon us... and we're live-blogging the entire night! Find out who wears who, what wins what and why we laughed when that person did that thing, all with real-time updates.
18 February 2015, 9:45am
Over the course of Vinnie Jones’s long acting career, the ex-footballer has portrayed a cockney gangster, a cockney criminal, a cockney mutant, a cockney prison guard and a cockney ex-footballer, among many other London-based thuggish characters. This extraordinary versatility must be celebrated in the only form accepted by the internet: Small, low-resolution moving images.
17 February 2015, 5:31pm
There’s long been a rumour that Jennifer Aniston is actually a really good dramatic actress. But her darker parts in interesting indie films like The Good Girl have been drowned out by the likes of eye-candy roles in We’re The Millers and Horrible Bosses. So despite being overlooked at the Oscars, Cake is the best evidence we’ve had so far that Rachel from Friends is more than just the funny, pretty one.
16 February 2015, 11:39pm
The Oscars are as predictable as they are entertaining, but if you're in the market for a good time, forget the glamorous antics of the Hollywood elite and focus your attention on our hastily-concocted Oscars Bingo card! Mark off the events as they happen on the night, and if you get a row, you win... er... our respect. Which is worth more than any gold statue, right guys?
16 February 2015, 10:48am
Full disclosure up front - I have never read Fifty Shades of Grey. To compound the subjectivity, I am also a man. In short, I am the total opposite of the target audience for EL James’ soft-porn, ovary-inflaming Twilight slash-fic.
So when our intrepid Editor tasked me with going to see the hottest movie of the year, I figured I’d go in as clueless as possible. Because while there are going to be millions of book fans bolstering the box office, there will be an equal number of oblivious ‘plus ones’ accompanying them. So this, fair reader, is our attempt at analysing the movie from those unschooled in the art of Pop Cultural S&M 101.