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With Halloween just around the corner, you should prepare to be frightened out of you skin over-indulging in horror films.
But are you a true fan of terrifying scary movies? We're quizzing you on the most legendary and iconic horror films ever.
This week marks 22 years since Quentin Tarantino's masterpiece Pulp Fiction arrived in British cinemas with all of it's out-of-sequence, bible-quoting, gun-toting brilliance.
Are you a big Pulp Fiction fan or do are you as clueless as Vincent in a Parisian McDonalds? Take our brain-teasing quiz!
With winter bearing down on us, the summer blockbusters have dried up and Oscar season is still a few months away, but that doesn't mean that there isn't anything to see at the cinema.
Nope, far from it. And to illustrate that, here are five films that you must see this month:
This week, Renée Zellweger returns as the famous 'verbally incontinent spinster who smokes like a chimney, drinks like a fish and dresses like her mother' Bridget Jones.
Jeff Bridges’ returns to screens this Friday in Hell or High Water (watch the trailer), the stunning new crime thriller from Brit director David Mackenzie.
We are entering September, which means summer is over and we're ushering in the colder autumn weather - the perfect excuse to head to a nice air-conditioned cinema.
You will certainly be rewarded if you do, as this month sees a whole host of exciting and varied films, just like...
Guy Ritchie has brought us many great action-packed, gun-toting gangster films (and one disappointing Madonna rom-com) in the past twenty years.
If you call yourself a fan, then you're going to get every one of these right...
When making a film, directors tend to stick to what they know, Quentin Tarantino throws in as much blood and feet as possible, while Terrance Malik makes sprawling, philosophical mumbo-jumbo.
Michael Bay have brought us some of the most bombastic, explosion-filled movies since he first released Bad Boys in 1995.
With a string of money-spinning movies, including Pearl Harbor (or Harbour if you live in England), Armageddon and all of the Transformers movies - how well do you know Michael Bay's biggest films?
It's a simple format, we give you three films and you have to pick the actor or actress that starred in the trio.
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