With the Oscars finally out of the way (congrats to Moonlight) it's time to go back to normal life. Here's all the good film stuff you can enjoy in March!
Our final monthly London film events roundup of 2016 includes Elf screenings, Die Hard in 70mm, quizzes and other cinema treats happening this December.
A grease-covered serial killer, a father-son love triangle, and a shit-ton of exploding eyeballs. This, my rooty-tooty disco-cuties, is The Greasy Strangler.
A look at Hollywood legend Charlie Chaplin, whose career saw him grow from comedian to communist filmmaker, rivalling the mighty propagandists of the Soviet Union.
Suicide Squad will age as well as a rotting corpse would in the sun. It makes Batman v Superman looks like a modern masterpiece.
Secret Cinema’s new summer special for 2016 opens this week and it is one of the greatest chick flicks of all time: Dirty Dancing!
The 10 year-old me just ran around screaming for five minutes and then fainted with excitement because Secret Cinema announced this morning that they will be doing a special summer version of everyone's favourite chick flick, Dirty Dancing!!
Spotlight ranks as not only one of the best newspaper films of all time, but as an exceptionally fine thriller which draws its drama not from fantastic reveals but from the terrible goosebumps of realisation
The Revenant takes place across the sweeping wayward wilds of 1820s Montana, a land of bitterly icy winds and waist-high snow drifts - not to mention highly protective mother bears and hard-bitten fur trappers with significantly less maternal instinct.
The Gate, a simple tale of a pair of twelve year olds who have to deal with the sudden appearance of a gateway to hell in their back garden.