Was the wrong Best Picture announcement truly an honest mistake, or is there a greater conspiracy afoot? Calum Trenaman investigates what really went on behind-the-scenes
With Casey Affleck winning Best Actor at the 2017 Oscars, Rachel Baker tells us if the film he starred in is worth the hype.
As the Tyneside Cinema’s ‘Screening Women’ season reaches its final hurdle, Andrea Arnold’s critically-acclaimed Fish Tank dances back onto its screens. Will Capuano tells us if it is a sad portrait of our times or if something was a bit, uh, fishy.
Emma Allsopp headed down to Tyneside Cinema’s Q&A with director Ben Wheatley. Here is her verdict on his newest venture.
Did the 89th Oscars praise the right cinematic spectacles? The Courier Writers sum up their dream picks and their thoughts on the real winners, plus a recap of THAT movie mix-up…
With the DC Cinematic Universe failing at every turn Joe Holloran offers some reasons, and solutions, for their consistent bad reception, and just plain awful luck.
After the Oscars in the early hours of Sunday morning, Lauren Sneath takes at look at the more diverse 2017 nominees, and questions if they’re diverse enough.
In our superior sequels column this week, Kitty Marie talks about one of the greatest follow-ups of all time, the Star Wars movie, The Empire Strikes Back. She tells us why she thinks it’s superior to the also great A New Hope.
As the third part of Tyneside Cinema’s ‘Screening Women’ season, the programmers dug up the little-known magical comedy, Bagdad Café. Simon Ramshaw went to see if it was a damn fine cup of coffee or a barren wasteland of emotion.
Gore Verbinski tackles the psychological horror genre, but is it what the doctor ordered? Tom Cooney takes a look at A Cure For Wellness.