Tag: russia

The Iron Mask trailer: Jackie Chan faces off against Arnold Schwarzenegger

The action legends reunite 16 years after their last appearance together

Come and See trailer: Elem Klimov's terrifying anti-war film gets a 2K restoration

Janus films restore this often-overlooked classic for a small release next year

Citizen K trailer: Director Alex Gibney examines the life of one of Putin's fiercest enemies

The story of how Mikhail Khodorkovsky dared to face-off against Russia’s long-ruling leader

LFF 2019: Beanpole Review

The horrors of war traumatise two women in 1945 Russia

Dau trailer: An incredible film experiment that consumed the lives of everyone involved

7 years after production finished, we may finally see Ilya Khrzhanovsky's work in some form

Attraction Review

Half man, half alien and one forgettable film

Watch the UK trailer for Andrey Zvyagintsev's Loveless

The story of a young boy caught between the cold hearts and minds of his parents

LFF 2017: Loveless Review

Andrey Zvyagintsev's film looks at the lack of care that permeates society today.

Pathologic Classic HD Review

High definition, but not exactly classic.

Metro Redux Review

Going Underground...Again

Chernobyl Diaries Review

Its central premise may have triggered some fallout, and whilst it drums up some initial intrigue, you're unlikely to experience a substantial reaction from Bradley Parker's nuclear horror shocker.

Russian Mars Probe Phobos Grunt returns to earth with a splash.

The failed Russian Probe, Phobos Grunt fell back to Earth yesterday and whatever debris survived re-entry splashed down into the Pacific ocean.

Life in Moscow

BBC hit drama Life On Mars to be remade in Russia.

Sweet Karma Review

Andrew Thomas Hunt's feature proves a tricky blend of contradictory messages and righteous vengeance, as Mark Lee discovers. <br/>

The Brothers Bloom Review

The director of high-school noir 'Brick' returns with another fun spin on a classic US movie genre – the elaborate con.

Tsar Review

Pavel Lungin's epic sixteenth-century historical account of Ivan the Terrible proves to be a remarkable spectacle.

The Admiral Review

Noel Megahey reviews Andrei Kravchuk's depiction of the Russian Revolution as an epic romance.