Beautiful Boy – Brand New Trailer!

Timothée Chalamet has scooped up everyone in his charming ways with Call Me By Your Name and Lady Bird last year, earning him an Academy Award nomination. Now it’s set to continue with Beautiful  Boy.  Starring alongside the brilliant Steve Carrell, the film revolves around a meth addict through the eyes of his father. This is a pairing we’re immensely looking forward too, especially with … Continue reading Beautiful Boy – Brand New Trailer!

Wildlife – Brand New Trailer!

A film pairing can make you excited and pull you into the story which is exactly why we are excited for Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan to be paired in drama film Wildlife. Written by wife and husband team Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan, directed by the former, the film revolves around a couples divorce through the eyes of their son. Based on a novel … Continue reading Wildlife – Brand New Trailer!

The Sisters Brothers – Brand New Trailer!

A Western Black Comedy led by Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly, as two oafish brothers in a dark comedy Western from the director of A Prophet? We’re sold. WE’RE SOLD! Based on a book by Patrick deWitt and directed by Jacque Audiard,The Sisters Brothers revolves around two hitmen siblings who are on the hunt for a chemist after he concocts a formula for finding … Continue reading The Sisters Brothers – Brand New Trailer!

“Each character feels so lived in” – Aardman studio director Merlin Crossingham talks Early Man and stop-motion

Deputy Editor Jo Johnstone caught a very special screening of Aardman’s Early Man last year followed by a special Q&A. Read all about her antics.  Myself, our Editor in Chief Cookie, and my travelling toy Timmy (of Shaun the Sheep and Timmy Time fame,) are all gathered in YouTube space near Kings Cross in London. We are here to view the latest feature animation from British studio … Continue reading “Each character feels so lived in” – Aardman studio director Merlin Crossingham talks Early Man and stop-motion

Early Man – Review

When it comes to stop-motion animation, you may think of The Nightmare Before Christmas, Coraline,or The Lego Movie. With American studios Laika and Warner Brothers pushing the boat in terms of the medium, it is being used more than ever before, in both features and short films. Yet in terms of the Claymation form, one studio has reigned supreme, and been the pride of British … Continue reading Early Man – Review