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WIN | The Disaster Artist Prize Package

The Disaster Artist | Giveaway | Beyond The Box Set

To celebrate the home release of The Disaster Artist, we’re giving away four fabulous prize packages including the movie on DVD or Blu Ray and a signed copy of the original book by Greg Sestero.

Top Ten | Best Jude Law Performances

Jude Law in Wilde | Beyond The Box Set

Jude Law is almost ludicrously handsome. But do his looks cause us to underrate him as an actor? We count down ten of the British heartthrob’s most memorable performances…

Top Ten | Best Movie Podcasts about Bad Movies

Top Ten | Best Movie Podcasts about Bad Movies

We love great shows about terrible films. That’s why we’re counting down our top ten Best Movie Podcasts about Bad Movies. Did your favourite make the cut?


Moonlight | Movie Review | Barry Jenkins | Beyond the Box Set

Berry Jenkins’ beguiling three-act character study is a genuine artistic success in a season of overly reverent Oscar-bait.


Fences | Movie Review | Denzel Washington

Boasting masterful performances from Denzel Washington and Viola Davis, Fences nevertheless struggles to rise above the confines of its onstage origins.

Captain Fantastic

Captain Fantastic | Movie Review | Viggo Mortensen

Featuring an excellent lead performance from Viggo Mortensen, Captain Fantastic sets up an interesting debate on the ethics of child rearing.

Manchester By The Sea

Manchester By The Sea | Movie Review | Beyond the Box Set

Casey Affleck achieves peak Casey Affleck in this soulful but slightly meandering family drama from director Kenneth Lonergan.


Jackie | Movie Review | Beyond the Box Set

A compelling central performance from Natalie Portman deserves a broader scope than this disappointingly thin story of Jacqueline Kennedy’s last days in the White House.


Lion | Movie Review | Beyond The Box Set

Three excellent performances and a fascinating real-life story, but sluggish pacing and an uneven structure keep this Oscar contender from achieving true greatness