In a world where now have two Trainspotting films, Greg Rosenvinge revisits the legendary film instalment. Is it (Princes) streets ahead of its belated sequel, or has it lost its lust for life?
Is third time always a charm? Kitty Marie thinks so, as in this week’s superior sequels column, she argues how the first Terminator film lacking James Cameron is actually the best one
It’s Episode V for Column 2, but Kitty Marie turns our attention to Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Is it a whale of a time or does it boldly go where many men have gone before?
Throughout March, the Tyneside Cinema is celebrating John Waters, the outrageous director who turned bad taste into an art form. Sophie Schneider braces herself to view his most iconic work, the grotesque Pink Flamingos.
In the fourth instalment of our superior sequels quadrilogy, Helena Buchanan goes to infinity and beyond to look at Pixar’s first ever follow-up film – but is it truly better than the original feature-length computer animated film?
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.
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.
The Tyneside Cinema sure does love Scorsese; so much so that they held two sold-out screenings of his iconic neo-noir vigilante thriller Taxi Driver last week. Fellow ‘Marty’ enthusiast Joe Holloran reviews its influence on pop culture and De Niro’s thing for mirrors.
In the sequel to our new column (ayyy, we’re getting meta), Film Editor Zoë Godden aims their sights at arguably one of the greatest sequels ever made – Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Was it a thumbs up or hasta la vista (bay-bee)?
During Tyneside Cinema’s ‘Chance Encounters: A Short Season of Bittersweet Romances’ the timeless Lost in Translation was shown. We sent Greg Rosenvigne to check it out.