Film Features

“A four-hour-long nightmare comedy”: why Ari Aster can perfect cinema’s most misused genre

The 'Hereditary' director is taking a crack at the horror comedy – can he show everyone how it's done?

Pandemic at the pictures: can social distancing work in cinemas?

Odeon, Cineworld and Vue have all announced plans to reopen in July, but the viability of social distancing guidelines remains unclear

10 years on and terrorism satire ‘Four Lions’ is more relevant than ever

Social divisions may have deepened since 2010, but Chris Morris' classic comedy can still teach us how to make sense of them

Funny person: 10 of Judd Apatow’s best films

The acclaimed filmmaker's latest movie, 'The King Of Staten Island', is available to rent at home on June 12

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ is finally on the way – but does it have to take itself so seriously?

What happened to the silly, bonkers comic book movies that used to dominate the multiplex?

We should be at Cannes right now – so here’s 10 of the film festival’s greatest ever movies

While 2020's event may be off, there's plenty to keep us busy from past years

David Lynch is turning into cinema’s biggest lockdown hero

The surrealist moviemaker gifted us with a new short film this week

Unscripted telly and sci-fi escapism: how COVID-19 will change the future of film and TV

What can past social catastrophes teach us about next year's on-screen hits?

Horror specialist Blumhouse has quietly become 2020’s most exciting film studio

With four (potentially) hit releases either side of lockdown, the scary movie factory may have stolen a march on its rivals
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