Looking Back

Looking back at Waterworld: overlooked or under water?

Simon Brew Feature Dec 16, 2014

Kevin Costner and Kevin Reynolds reteamed for one of the most notorious blockbusters of the 1990s, Waterworld. We revisit the project.

Looking back at David Fincher's Fight Club

Ryan Lambie Feature Oct 6, 2014

With Gone Girl out now, and Fight Club about to turn 15, we take a look back at David Fincher's controversial and bravura cult film...

Revisiting Robert Zemeckis' Death Becomes Her

Sarah Dobbs Feature Oct 9, 2014

Bruce Willis, Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep starred in Robert Zemeckis' Death Becomes Her. Anyone else share our love for it?

Defending Ghostbusters II

Seb Patrick Feature Sep 23, 2014

Ghostbusters II might not have the esteemed reputation of the 1984 original, but Seb argues that it's well worth another look...

A look back at The Rock's career: Gridiron Gang

Daniel Montesinos-Donaghy Feature Sep 18, 2014

Our look back through The Rock's movie career continues with the 2006 American football drama, Gridiron Gang...

Looking back at Back To The Future Part III

Simon Brew Feature Sep 17, 2014

Back To The Future Part III isn't the most popular film in the trilogy. But Simon argues this sci-fi western deserves more love...

Coraline and the value of scary family films

Mark Harrison Feature Sep 10, 2014

As Laika prepares to release The Boxtrolls, we look back at its earlier stop-motion masterpiece, the horror-tinged Coraline...

Revisiting So I Married An Axe Murderer

Aliya Whiteley Feature Sep 9, 2014

One of Mike Myers' lesser-known films, 1993's So I Married An Axe Murderer is well worth revisiting, Aliya writes...

Looking back at Highlander III: The Sorcerer

Alex Carter Feature Sep 4, 2014

Alex takes a look back at one of the most, er, not bad films ever made. It's Highlander III. It's better than Highlander II at least...

Looking back at Johnny Mnemonic

Kyle McManus Feature Aug 15, 2014

One of the few big-screen adaptations of William Gibson's sci-fi, Johnny Mnemonic was largely ignored at the box-office. Kyle looks back...

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