Kenneth Branagh’s Hercule Poirot ventures into the canals of Venice with a reimagined depiction of Christie’s 1969 novel Hallowe’en Party.
After 20 years, can this scary property rise from the ashes to entice audiences to haunt their local cinema?
Whether you know the name Gudinski or not, it doesn’t take long to realise how he influenced generations through his talent discoveries.
Lovers of documentaries or photography will enjoy this latest QE2 film’s take on various photographs of Her Majesty.
Quirky love stories have fallen out of favour and primarily find their existence on streaming services… enter, Hapipiness for Beginners.
This true-to-life action film attempts to keep the pedal to the floor, but fails to keep the motor running, writes film critic Russ Matthews.
Existential questions abound as students and parents gather for a Junior Stargazer convention held in a desert town called Asteroid City.