Labyrinth

25 hidden subtexts in family movies

Nick Horton Odd List Apr 24, 2014

Family movies are just wholesome, innocent, politics-free entertainment, right? Well, no. Not at all, in fact...

Are star ratings on movie reviews a good thing?

Simon Brew Feature Feb 11, 2014

How do we decide what's a four star movie? Are all five star movies made equal? Simon explains the issues with star ratings

Brian Henson's Evolution Of Puppetry

Andrew Blair Feature Aug 28, 2013

Andrew reports back on Brian Henson's session at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, on the evolution of puppetry...

The top 100 TV and movie monsters

Robert Mclaughlin Odd List Mar 28, 2013

Covering the gamut of TV and cinema from the past to the present, here's Rob's rundown of the 100 finest screen monsters...

10 nightmares from 1980s fantasy movies and TV shows

The Dark Crystal.
Robert Mclaughlin Odd List Jun 27, 2011

Put on a seemingly family friendly movie or TV show in the 1980s, or even watch the adverts, and terror may just have been waiting for you...

Top 10 on-screen David Bowie impressions

Bowies
Louisa Mellor Top 10 Jun 26, 2011

As part of our Labyrinth 25th birthday celebration, Louisa takes a look over the finest David Bowie impressions of all time…

Looking back at Labyrinth

Labyrinth (1986)
Louisa Mellor News Jun 26, 2011

Labyrinth is 25 years old today. Louisa looks back at a classic fantasy movie, starring Jennifer Connelly, lots of puppets, and David Bowie in very tight trousers…

The films that gave us childhood nightmares

Luke Holland News Mar 8, 2010

Luke digs back into this childhood at the films he thought were his friends, but instead managed to scare the life out of him...

Labyrinth Blu-ray review

Labyrinth
Simon Brew Review Aug 18, 2009

Jim Henson's last movie gets the high definition treatment. Simon joins David Bowie in the 1080p Labyrinth...

Top 10 monsters for scaring kids with

Jennifer Connolly besieged by the fireys in Labyrinth (1986)
Rob McLaughlin Top 10 Aug 8, 2008

Back in the day it was no-holds-barred for kids TV, and movie-makers delighted in traumatising the little 'uns...