Tag: war

The Endless Appeal of the Tarantinoesque: Part 2

Mari Jones continues her exploration of the fascinating cinematic language of Quentin Tarantino.

The Endless Appeal of the Tarantinoesque: Part 1

Mari Jones delves into the wonderful cinematic worlds of Quentin Tarantino.

A Hidden Life trailer: Terrence Malick returns with a film based on real events

The maverick director focusses his lens on a story from WWII

1917 trailer: Director Sam Mendes' World War I film is a matter of life and death

Mendes marks his return to the big screen with a story set around two young soldiers delivering an important message

Jojo Rabbit trailer: Taika Waititi satirises the hell out of World War II

A teaser for the upcoming release was dropped by the director a short while ago

Ashes in the Snow Review

Teenager, Lina, and her family face the horrors of World War II as they struggle to find meaning and dignity.

Midway trailer: Roland Emmerich looks back on a key WWII battle

The German director returns with another bombastic epic

Based on a true story, A Private War is coming to DVD and Blu-ray in June

Matthew Heineman's feature film debut about journalist Marie Colvin stars Rosamund Pike

How I Won the War Review

Absurdist, satirical and with more ideas in its nearly two hours than many another film could deal with, How I Won the War, Richard Lester's film starring Michael Crawford and John Lennon, released in dual format by the BFI.

Foxtrot Review

A heavy-handed approach to the futility of war

Diamonds of The Night Review

A superb early example of the Czechoslovak New Wave receives a well-deserved upgrade.

Distant Voices, Still Lives Review

Distant Voices, Still Lives restored and now available on Blu-ray thanks to the BFI

The Deer Hunter: 40th Anniversary

Director Michael Cimino's legacy is debatable, but this is a rough gem with an undiminished power.

The Dam Busters Review

The 75th Anniversary Blu-ray of The Dam Busters is here, Leader and released today

Erase and Forget Review

An investigative documentary into the Vietnam vet who inspired John Rambo.

Ice Cold in Alex Review

Six decades later, Ice Cold in Alex is still worth waiting for.

Journey's End Review

Innocence lost... courage found.