The Danziger Brothers: A Celebration

May 6, 2022

By Film Historian Andrew Roberts MA PhD FRSA In the 1950s and 1960s, the names of Harry Lee and Edward J. Danziger were synonymous with films and television programmes that seemed […]

The Forgotten Films from Ealing Studios

April 29, 2022

By Simon Ward, writer whose books include The Wit and Wisdom of James Bond, Snowpiercer: The Art and Making of the Film, Aliens: The Set Photography, Okja: The Art and Making of the Film and Making […]

Top TV Chemistry

March 25, 2022

By George Bass (Contributor New York Times | The Guardian | New Scientist) Which TV show offered the best on-screen chemistry? The smart alec answer is Breaking Bad (2008), Vince Gilligan’s saga […]

Women of Character: Damaris Hayman

March 18, 2022

By Film Historian Andrew Roberts MA PhD FRSA One of the highlights of The Young Ones episode Nasty was Neil’s encounter with a lady who enquires whether he digs graves. On […]

If You Like This...

February 23, 2022

By Steve O’Brien Here’s our handy guide for some perfect TV pairings… If you like this… Bless This House While big-screen Sid James was an inveterate skirt-chaser and twinkle-eyed lad-about-town, small-screen […]

Valentine's Day: Romantic Recommendations

February 11, 2022

By Claudia Andrei (Contributor for Film-News.com and UK-correspondent for German-based film magazines Moviestar and TV-Highlights) With Valentine’s Day fast approaching and Cupid’s arrows shooting once again, the idea of spending […]

Winter Sale World Warmers

January 14, 2022

By George Bass (Contributor New York Times | The Guardian | New Scientist) From taking down decorations to weather that feels like liquid nitrogen, January can be a depressing month. The only […]