Film Features

‘Power’ star Omari Hardwick: “Horror hadn’t really been touched by people that look like me”

'Spell' is this Halloween's must-see movie – we sat down with the psychological horror's leading man

How to survive Halloween – according to the movies

'Host' writer Jed Shepherd reveals his dos and don'ts of the year's spookiest night

How to make the ultimate horror film soundtrack

Richard Band, composer of creepy '80s classics like 'Ghoulies', tells us some tricks (and treats) of the trade

‘Blair Witch 2’ at 20: the rush-released sequel that pissed off an entire fandom

Director Joe Berlinger claims people missed the point of his much-maligned horror satire

Jagshemash! Borat’s Rudy Giuliani sting proves we need him now more than ever

The impact of Sacha Baron Cohen's new film shows the power of big-screen satire

When did Netflix become the bad guy? Making sense of the streamer’s brutal content strategy

'Away', 'GLOW' and 'Teenage Bounty Hunters' are just a few of the shows axed this year

‘Akira’: how the ’80s anime classic changed pop culture forever

Katsuhiro Otomo's seminal sci-fi is back in cinemas this week

“You don’t need a crew on a virtual set”: how VFX is helping Hollywood cope with COVID restrictions

Limited crew numbers, travel bans and social-distancing rules are causing havoc on film sets

Blood, bodies and the box: how ‘Seven’ changed film and TV forever

25 years on, David Fincher's crime-thriller masterpiece still holds up

Deep In Vogue: 30 Years of ‘Paris Is Burning’

One of the most important films in the history of queer cinema remains as vital today as it was in 1990
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