Steven Sheehan

I am the Cinema Lead at The Digital Fix and when I’m not plugged into a film, I spend my time coasting through the Holomovement. Originally an East Londoner, I now live where the grass is green and the people are strange. @st_sheehan

My Content

Villains trailer: Bill Skarsgård and Maika Monroe pick the wrong house to break into

Two home invaders live to regret breaking into the home of strange family

Greener Grass trailer: Welcome to The Stepford Wives on acid

The strangest comedy of the year could also end up being the funniest

The Report trailer: Adam Driver searches for the truth post 9/11

Writer-director Scott Z. Burns steps behind the camera for a surefire awards contender

Synonyms trailer: Take a look at director Nadav Lapid's highly-rated Golden Bear winner

The Israeli director's new film is based on an identity crisis he experienced as a young man

Antlers trailer: Director Scott Cooper does horror in this Guillermo Del Toro produced film

The Hostiles director does what he's been threatening to do for years

Daniel Isn't Real trailer: Sasha Lane deals with an evil Patrick Schwarzenegger

Adam Egypt Mortimer's film has its UK premiere at FrightFest this weekend

Pain and Glory Review

Pedro Almodóvar’s anatomy of a film director

Underwater trailer: Kristen Stewart has to fight for her life in the deep blue

This 20th Century Fox thriller takes place close to the floor of the ocean

Rian Johnson's Knives Out set to play at the London Film Festival

The BFI announce another big film as part of their schedule for this October's festival

Nicholas Hoult and Lily Collins talk about their roles in Tolkien

The two stars talk about their roles ahead of the home entertainment release next month

See It Chapter Two before it is released nationwide in cinemas

Fans will also be able to see both films together for one night only before the release of Chapter Two

The Death of Dick Long trailer: Things are about to go south in the South

Swiss Army Man co-director, Daniel Scheinert, releases his second feature

Djon Africa Review

A young Cape Verdean man goes on a journey of self-discovery

Parasite trailer: Bong Joon-ho's Palme d'Or winner is a damning indictment of the class divide

The Korean director's new film takes no prisoners in looking at the class divide