Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Classic Films: 2022

Emma Clarendon selects five of her all time favourite classic films (well currently anyway!) Some Like it Hot: I can never resist this blend of sharply written script, a fabulously talented cast and the whole lot of fun that comes along with it in Some Like it Hot. Considered by many as one of the… Read More

NEWS: Teaser Trailer Released for My Policeman

The film is set to be released in cinemas on the 21st October and globally on Prime Video on the 4th November. A brand new teaser trailer has been released for the upcoming film adaptation of Bethan Roberts’ novel which is directed by Michael Grandage which is set to be released later this year. My… Read More

REVIEW: Death on the Nile

Kenneth Branagh’s latest turn as Hercule Poirot is filled with style but takes far too long to get going. Out of Agatha Christie’s substantial novels, Death on Nile is perhaps one of her best known and continues to thrill with the way in which the series of deaths come about in a slow burning way… Read More

NEWS: My Policeman to Be Released October 2022

The film, directed by Michael Grandage and starring Harry Styles will be released in cinemas later this year. It has been announced that My Policeman is set to be released in UK cinemas on the 21st October 2022, before being released globally on Prime Video on the 4th November. My Policeman follows three young people –… Read More

REVIEW: The Batman

This dark and brooding take on the caped crusader is thrilling to watch- but could use some tightening up plot and time wise to ensure the audience’s full attention. Filled with darkness and menace, The Batman feels suitably gothic but without going too far with it to create a thrilling experience that keeps the audience… Read More

NEWS: BFI Announce Details of Glenda Jackson: The Art of Conviction Season

The month long season celebrating the career of the actress will run at the BFI from the 2nd to the 31st July. The BFI have confirmed details of its upcoming season celebrating the career of Glenda Jackson. During the season, the BFI Will feature screenings of her Oscar-winning performances in Women in Love and A… Read More

Review Round Up: Jurassic World Dominion

We discover what critics have had to say about this latest adventure with a few more familiar faces. The Guardian: * “This could have been fun, but there is something so arbitrary and CGI-bound and jeopardy-free about it, as the film joylessly chops in bits of Alien, The Swarm, Bourne and 007. And the essential… Read More

REVIEW: Belfast

Kenneth Branagh’s heartwarming and heartbreaking film set against the backdrop of the troubles in Northern Ireland is a compelling watch from start to finish. It has to be said that it would be very easy when creating a film about growing up in Northern Ireland in the 1960’s to make it overly dramatic about the… Read More

NEWS: Official Trailer Released for Anything’s Possible

Billy Porter’s directorial debut film is set to be released on Prime Video on the 22nd July. The new coming of age romance film, written by Ximena García Lecuona is set to launch internationally on Prime Video next month. Anything’s Possible is a delightfully modern Gen Z coming-of-age story that follows Kelsa, a confident high school girl… Read More

NEWS: Disney Releases Teaser Trailer for Pinocchio

The film is set to be released on Disney + in September. Disney have released a brand new teaser trailer for the live action interpretation of Pinocchio, which will be heading to Disney + on the 8th September. This new film based on Disney’s classic 1940 animated film is directed by Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump,… Read More