Mia Wasikowska

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  • We're basically just a Tom Hiddleston fan site at this point

    Movie Trailer | Ali Gray | 3rd November 2013



    First trailer for Jim Jarmusch's rock 'n' roll vampire movie Only Lovers Left Alive, starring T-Swints & Hiddles. Looks better than I, Frankenstein.

  • #LFF2013: The Double

    Movie Review | Rob Young | 20th October 2013

    As he took to the stage at the London Film Festival, Richard Ayoade stumbled through the introduction of his new film. He turns to his executive producer, who just so happens to be Michael Caine, and says, "You're probably used to working with someone much more professional." But the modest Ayoade has nothing to worry about. The Double is an extremely professional piece of work, assuring his place as one of the country's finest directors/quiz show panellists.

  • Stoker

    Movie Review | Neil | 25th February 2013

    Poor old Park Chan-wook. One minute you're the director of the blistering Sympathy For Mr Vengeance and Oldboy, the next you're the director of I'm A Cyborg, But That's OK and Thirst. What to do to regain your former prowess? The answer, obviously, is to make a new film in a language other than your own, from a script by a Prison Break actor, which on the surface looks like a remake of a beloved Hitchcock classic. What could possibly go wrong?

  • New Stoker trailer features worst burn in history of movies

    Movie News | Ali | 27th September 2012




    Seriously, guy. That doesn't even make sense. Shitty insults aside, Chan-wook-Park's Stoker looks pretty great. (Full trailer here).

  • Lawless

    Movie Review | Matt | 9th September 2012

    A period drama set during the Depression? Based on a popular, critically-acclaimed novel? Starring an ensemble cast of superb acting talent? Well surely nothing can stop this awards-garnering juggernaut from winning... wait, is that Shia LaBeouf? (*sharp intake of breath*)

  • Alice In Wonderland 3D

    Movie Review | Ali | 28th February 2010

    Stop me if you've heard this one before. A literary adaptation by Tim Burton, set in a twisted, multi-coloured alternate universe, starring Johnny Depp as a borderline weirdo and Helena Bonham Carter as a loud-mouthed, pasty-faced kook. Sound familiar?