Film & TV

Zavvi’s A – Z of Directors | Shane Meadows

Since the kitchen-sink boom of the British New Wave in the late fifties, British film has seen an abundance of realist dramas and true-to-life tales of the everyday. Very few of these snippets of real life have managed to capture Read More →

A Brief History of the Monster Movie

Whether they're skulking through the trashy back-alleys of night-time New York , tearing up the the rainy streets of Tokyo or emanating fear into the denizens of Ancient Greece, the monster will always be a potent image in the imaginations Read More →

4 of the best sports movies everyone should watch

They are the cinematic space where blood, sweat and tears combine, either for the greater good of the team, or as the modern incarnation of personal glory. The best sports movies all seem to follow a Read More →

Evolution of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movies

Last Friday the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies opened a new chapter, as Jonathan Liebesman's reboot of the cult classic was released in cinemas across the UK. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have been a knockout with fans for three decades and in an appreciation of the Read More →

Zavvi’s A – Z Directors | Stanley Kubrick

There aren't many directors that can be truly labelled as 'masters of cinema', but Stanley Kubrick is certainly one of them. Conquering a broad range of genres in his filmography, Kubrick has dismantled the thriller, the horror, the sci-fi, the comedy and more, Read More →

Ghost in the Shell | Manga @ Zavvi

It's been 25 years since Shirow Masamune's cyber noir classic, Ghost in the Shell ( Kokaku Kidotai, literally "Mobile Armored Riot Police") was first published in serialized form in the pages of Kodansha's Weekly Young Magazine Read More →

David Lynch | Zavvi’s A to Z of Directors

David Lynch has once again returned to the spotlight on Zavvi, following the release of our limited edition Twin Peaks Poster. Twin Peaks, the eerie TV drama that centred on the mysterious murder Read More →

Trailer of the Week: Watch the Miss Meadows trailer

Discover a whole new vision of Katie Holmes in the Miss Meadows trailer, released on tuesday by E! Online. In the film, directed by Karen Leigh Hopkins, Katie plays a tap-dancing teacher with frilly gloves Read More →

Will I like… House of Cards?

In this new series, we will be trying to help you out with the complicated matter of picking what to watch or play. Not sure if Game of Thrones is your cup of tea if you don't normally like Read More →

Only Lovers Left Alive Review

Only Lovers Left Alive is a stylish, erudite and deeply felt romantic drama, that happens to have vampires as its protagonists. What it resolutely isn't, is your everyday vampire flick. Instead of relying of the overused obsessions of the genre and Read More → - Part of The Hut Group