This week, Stuart Britton reviews The Girl In The Spider's Web, the latest film based on characters created by Stieg Larsson originally in The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. The Girl In The Spider's Web film clip courtesy Columbia Pictures Corporation Ltd.
This week, Stuart Britton reviews Suspiria, directed by Luca Guadagnino and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald clip courtesy of Warner Bros Entertainment UK Ltd
This week, Stuart Britton reviews Mike Leigh's film Peterloo, Steve McQueen's film Widows and genre changing film from Julius Avery, Overlord. Peterloo film clip courtesy Entertainment One UK Ltd; Overlord film clip courtesy Paramount Picture UK.
To mark Southampton Pride 2018, Stuart Britton rebroadcasts an interview he did in 1993, asking three gay men who lived in the city of Southampton at the time what their lives had been like and what had changed. The recording is from an archive. It is, therefore, full of noises you won't hear on recordings today. The sound recordist was Bob Tate. The digital transfer was by Henry Walmsley. Original broadcast production credits: Lee Moulsdale and Ricky Salmon. The copyright in the sound...
This week, Stuart Britton reviews Amy Schumer's new film I Feel Pretty and Mary and the Witch's Flower, the new animation from Studio Ponoc. Both films are released in the United Kingdom on 4th May 2018. I Feel Pretty film clip courtesy STX International
CONTAINS SPOILERS In this podcast extra, Stuart Britton is joined by Nick Gardiner as they review Avengers Infinity War. Since this podcast contains spoilers, don't listen to it until you have seen the film.
This week, Stuart Britton presents a Channel Islands film special and reviews The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, set in Guernsey, and Beast, set in Jersey. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society film clip courtesy Studio Canal Beast film clip courtesy Altitude Film Distribution
This week, Stuart Britton reviews the new animated feature film Peter Rabbit, the rebooted Tomb Raider and Swedish art house film The Square. Peter Rabbit film clip courtesy Columbia Pictures The Square film clip courtesy Curzon Artificial Eye
This week, Stuart Britton reviews crime caper 'Gringo' and director Lynne Ramsey's latest film starring Joaquin Phoenix, You Were Never Really Here. Gringo film clip courtesy STX International You Were Never Really Here film clip courtesy Studio Canal
This week, Stuart Britton reviews some of the films that won the top Academy Awards for 2018. I, Tonya clip courtesy Entertainment One UK Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri clips courtesy Twentieth Century Fox Film Co Ltd Darkest Hour clip courtesy Universal Pictures (UK) Ltd The Shape of Water clip courtesy Twentieth Century Fox Film Co Ltd