British cinema behaviour: 45 examples of good experiences

Den Of Geek Feature
Jan 8, 2016

Sometimes, for differing reasons, cinema trips take an unexpected turn for the better. Here are some examples...

British cinema behaviour: 67 examples of bad experiences

Den Of Geek Feature
Jan 8, 2016

When things go wrong on a cinema trip, from bad customer service, noisy audiences, to, er, 'other things'...

British cinema behaviour survey: the results

Den Of Geek Feature
Jan 8, 2016

91.8% of us don't complain if our cinema trip is disrupted. And nearly 1 in 3 cinema trips end up in audience disruptions of some form.

Should cinemas have switched to digital?

Jordan Adcock Feature
Aug 21, 2015

Digital projection is meaning cleaner and more stable pictures on the big screen.

What do cinemas do to support those with additional needs?

Rob Leane Feature
May 29, 2015

Audio described, captioned and autism-friendly screenings – our guide to how cinemas help everyone get something out of the movies.

Are we responsible for the cinema we get?

Andrew Blair Feature
Mar 18, 2015

Fed up of sequels and reboots? Andrew wonders if there's something we can do about it...

When cinema projection mistakes work out

Louisa Mellor Feature
Mar 3, 2015

Annoying as it is when things go wrong, every so often a projection mistake can throw a whole new light on a film…

Are we overcritical of daft blockbusters?

Rachel Meaden Feature
Feb 17, 2015

With voices ever ready to defend movies derided by reviewers, might it be time to ask if we’re being a little too discerning?

The things cinema staff hate about cinema audiences

Simon Brew Feature
Nov 25, 2014

Violence. Cleaning up. Taking the blame for prices. And, er, people failing to use the loo. What cinema staff hate about cinema audiences.

Anyone else struggling to hear dialogue in the movies?

Simon Brew Feature
Nov 11, 2014

Are you struggling to make out the dialogue in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar? And why is the inaudible dialogue problem not going away?