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Oh My Lord – That Sinking Feeling Is Coming To Blu-Ray

One of my favourite comedies in all of cinema. Boy, do I ever love this film.

Those Doctor Who Missing Episodes Rumours Get Another Injection Of Reality

Back in June, we ran a story saying that lots of Doctor Who missing episodes were coming back. Sourced from a bunch of radio engineers I knew from my radio advertising days, who were in the right studio at the right time, I went with it.

The Surviving Episodes Of The BBC’s 1970s Horror Anthology Dead Of Night Finally Coming To DVD

I’ve never seen any of theBBC’s horror anthology series Dead of Night, despite hearing good things about it, and I guess the chances of me seeing four of its seven episodes are all but non-existent.

Doctor Who Set For Monthly Screenings At The BFI, From January Until 50th Anniversary

All eleven Doctors, one per month, building to…?

London Film Festival Launch: Tim Burton, The Absentee Master And Pastries

Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool. While Brendon was in a screening and Hannah was standing around in a field,* I had the pleasure of waking up early and scooting myself over to the BFI’s press release event for the …

Russell T Davies’ Gimp Dalek Appears In Doctor Who Series Opener

Back in the day when Russell T Davies was known for TV shows that didn’t involve aliens and spaceships, had himself a replica black Dalek made for his Manchester abode, referred to by some of his friends as his “gimp …

When Peri Met Amy – Last Night At The BFI

Nicola Bryant played Doctor Who companion Perpugilliam Brown on in the eighties, opposite Peter Davison and Colin Baker. She’s now the partner of Nev Fountain, a fellow I used to know when we both wrote for BBC Radio 4′s Weekending show. …

Is The New Doctor Who Series Going To Start At 6.20 On Saturday August 25th? (UPDATE: NO)

The word on the street, as it were.

The Top Ten Best Films Of All Time, According To Hundreds Of Film Directors And Critics

Every ten years, Sight and Sound Magazine publishes their extensive poll of worldwide film directors’ and film critics’ favourite films, boiling each survey down to a pair of “Best” lists. Tonight, they’ve published the top tens from each group. Here …

Extended Cut Of The Shining To Get Theatrical Release This Halloween

After its initial US launch but before its release in Europe, Stanley Kubrick cut 24 minutes out of The Shining. Some say he was spurred on by bad reviews; others have said that he quickly learned from the responses of …

Is James Bond Really About To Meet Blofeld Again?

John Logan is one of the many writers on the upcoming Bond film, the one which may or may not take it’s title and/or it’s plot from the novel Carte Blanche. Earlier this week, Logan took part in a BAFTA …

Hannah’s Picks From The London Film Festival Sizzle Reel

The BFI 55th Annual London Film Festival is drawing nearer. Festival advent kicked off today with a presentation and a clip reel at the Leicester Square Odeon. Those of you who live, work or play in the area will probably …

BFI IMAX Having All Night All-Night Batman Marathon

I’m a big lover of the Tim Burton Batman films, and the Nolan pictures certainly have their fans too. If you’d like to see all four back-to-back, and bigger than is humanly decent, then the BFI IMAX have you covered …

Is Sucker Punch Going To Be In 3D After All? – UPDATED

Back in August, Zack Snyder told the world that his next picture, Sucker Punch, was now going to be released only in 2D, not the previously announced 3D. He said: We really were considering it. But we had seen a …

The BFI To Screen The Disney 50 In 2011

I could have been at a screening of Tangled today. Well, almost. But I wasn’t. And it’s a sore point. That (presumably wonderful, just-out-of-reach) film is Disney’s 50th full length animated movie, and to celebrate this milestone, the mousemasters will …