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Why it’s time to experience War & Peace with BBC’s enthralling series
“Simplifies its source material, yet sacrifices none of its depth…”
We’re not kidding – 10 iconic Charlie Chaplin films are coming to cinemas
As The Kid prepares to turn 100, Chaplin’s coming back to the big screen.
A Vintage Cabaret Cinema is screening classics in Auckland this week
Includes legendary midnight screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
The very best director’s cuts and extended editions
Zack Snyder is hardly the first director to restore their original vision.
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra to perform Back to the Future live in concert
With 20 minutes of brand-new music added by Alan Silvestri to the film’s score.
NZIFF’s Live Cinema event for 2019 is “the first true Hitchcock movie”
Tickets go on sale from Thursday 6 June.
10 things I love about 10 Things I Hate About You, the greatest teen movie of all time
Just how good is this classic teen movie? Jenna Guillaume counts the ways.
Why Denis Villenueve’s upcoming version of Dune has us crazy excited
What is all this hullabaloo about Dune, we hear you ask?
On its 30th birthday, John Carpenter’s cult classic They Live is more relevant and compelling than ever
It’s time to revisit John Carpenter’s prophecy of a world clogged by signals and stimulus.
7 reasons why you should love Suspiria, old and new
The new Suspiria is less a remake of the original than a love letter to it.
Understanding The Dude: revisiting The Big Lebowski’s gloriously kooky characters
Twenty years after The Big Lebowski first arrived in cinemas, critic Luke Buckmaster revisits this inimitable comedy to see what makes it tick.