Film & TV

Zavvi’s A To Z Of Directors | The Coen Brothers

Straight out of Minnesota, Joel and Ethan Coen started scriptwriting and editing in their preliminary years, with Joel working as a production assistant and  Ethan penning scripts. In fact, from the moment Joel saved up for a Super 8 camera Read More →

Under The Skin is a disturbing tale of horror, loneliness and distrust

Jonathan Glazer claims it took him the best part of a decade to craft this dark, unsettling feature, and the result is a distorted, bizarre universe that leaves us questioning our very existence and purpose. Dressed in fake fur, clunky old Read More →

Top 5 Biggest Box Office Flops – Ever

Inevitably there is a focus on the top films and the top actors, but nobody seems to want to discuss the elephant in the room - I’m talking about the terrible films nobody wants to watch or even ever did Read More →

Zavvi’s A To Z of Directors | Danny Boyle

Moving mercilessly onto the letter ‘B’ in this A to Z series of iconic, ground-breaking and innovative film directors, we find ourselves with Danny Boyle. The Northern-born director/screenwriter’s style of filmmaking has its roots in the realist tales of Read More →

How To Become An Actor

When it comes to asking yourself if you have what it takes to become an actor, you have to ask some serious questions. How far would you go to get a part? Some actors are discovered and some Read More →

Zavvi’s A to Z of Directors | Darren Aronofsky

Next up in our series of profiles on some of the worlds greatest, most loved or controversial directors is the Harvard educated Darren Aronofsky, director of Pi, Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain, The Read More →

New Game of Thrones season 4 trailer lands

Yesterday HBO released the latest trailer for season 4 of Game of Thrones to build hype in preparation for the new series.

With the premiere for the season only a month away, this is the third Read More →

Saving Mr.Banks (2013)

Saving Mr Banks has a deliberately deceptive title in that it’s not about saving Mr Banks, it’s more to do with remembering and recalling the existence of the author’s (P. L. Travers) Father played by Colin Farrell. The point of Read More →

The 5 best movie Twitter feeds to follow

Keeping up with the latest movie news, releases and gossip can be an exhausting job - trust us, we have to do it every day. That's why we've compiled this list of the best movie Twitter feeds to follow, to Read More →

5 of the Best: Italian Films

Following on from the huge critical success of Paulo Sorentino's The Great Beauty (La Grande Bellezza), which we accurately predicted to win the BAFTA and Oscar for Best Film Not In The English Language, we've decided to Read More → - Part of The Hut Group