Above And Beyond Acoustic: Giving Up The Day Job

Abramorama, Involved Management and Above and Beyond have announced the exclusive release of their behind the scenes documentary ‘Above and Beyond Acoustic: Giving Up The Day Job’ on iTunes on April 17th. There will also be a UK Odeon Cinema screening today April 12th with the band attending a Q and A at the Covent Garden Odeon screening. Find tickets here.

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Todd Haynes’ WONDERSTRUCK’ In Cinemas 6 April

STUDIOCANAL are proud to present this enchanting film starring Julianne Moore, Oakes Fegley, Millicent Simmonds, Jaden Michael and Michelle Williams.

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Netflix’s LOST IN SPACE – The Robinsons’ Journey

This remake of the original 1965 series of the same name, arguably the original Sci-Fi series as it pre-dates the first episode of Star-Trek by a whole year, has been rebooted for the new Netflix generation, and what a reboot it is. The production team of Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless (Dracula Untold and The Last Witch Hunter) have taken Irwin Allen’s creation and given it steroids. Stunning visuals, great special effects and big budgets, this has the lot. It’s the story of one family, the Robinsons, sent to colonise new worlds, who along the way, crash-land.

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Netflix’s PARADOX, Featuring Neil Young + Promise Of The Real, Launches March 23

‘Paradox’ – Great music, confusing story.
‘Many moons ago-in the future’, should just about sum this film up.

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‘Mom And Dad’- A Twisted Mix Of Comedy And Horror

What would you do if your parents turned on you? That is the dilemma facing Carly and Josh (played by Anne Winters and Zackary Arthur) in this new thriller, set to dominate our screens in 2018.

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‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ – Less Of A Bang Than a Wimper From New Netflix Film

When you hear the word ‘Cloverfield’ your head is filled with the images of aliens invading earth and causing mayhem for us humans. In the ‘Cloverfield Paradox’ however, there is an unusual lack of aliens.

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‘Sharknado 5: Global Swarming’

Yes it’s true, the Sharknado franchise has just released its fifth film, and shows no signs of stopping any time soon.

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NEW THRILLS – The Primitives Release Four-Track 10″ Single Follow-Up To 2014’s Spin-O-Rama Album

The Primitives are back with their first new music since 2014 album Spin-O-Rama. Now signed to Madrid-based Elefant Records, the band have been riding a wave of […]

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‘Certain Women’ Tells Four Interlinked Tales Of Loneliness And Desolation

‘Certain Women’, adapted by director Kelly Reichardt from three short stories by Maile Melloy, follows the lives of four women in small town Montana. On the surface, each woman appears to be successful in her own right, but in reality the four are united in a sort of despair and loneliness perfectly exemplified by Montana’s big skies.

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MAN-MACHINE – Catford Indie Synth Guru Rodney Cromwell Channels Kraftwerk On New Five-Track EP

Happy Robots boss and one time Peel’s Festive 50 fave Rodney Cromwell releases a new 5-track EP  on November 11. The Fax Message Breakup EP follows Cromwell’s […]

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When Two Tribes Go To War: ‘One Million Years B.C.’ 50th Anniversary 4K Restoration Pulls No Punches

In honour of the 50th anniversary of the release of ‘One Million Years B.C.’, which was itself the 100th production of the legendary Hammer production house, the film has been given a glorious 4K overhaul and is set for release on Doubleplay DVD and Blu-ray on October 24th 2016.

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‘Dare To Be Wild’ – Irish Mysticism Comes To Life In True Story Of Mary Reynolds

The true story of Mary Reynolds comes to life in Vivienne Decourcy’s directorial debut, ‘Dare To Be Wild’, in UK & Irish cinemas from 23 September.

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‘When Two Worlds Collide’: Film Review

We follow the story of Alberto Pizango as two worlds collide between the people and the government.

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‘Golden Years’ – New Tricks For Pensioners In Comic Drama

Arthur Goode is a man with a mission. Feeling the need to get back what the world owes him and his friends, Arthur and his wife Martha start robbing banks. Golden Years is from Moli Films Entertainment, High Fliers Films and Content Media. It’s been written by Nick Knowles, John Miller and Jeremy Sheldon and Directed by John Miller, and available now to pre-order on iTunes and on DVD and on general digital release from 29th August 2016.

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The Story Of Liverpool’s Musical History In New Film ‘Get Back’

‘Get Back’, a new documentary from Bulldog Films, is a deeply introspective, and yet warm and moving film, covering the music of Liverpool from the post war period to now. It’s out now on DVD from Bulldog Films.

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The Killing$ Of Tony Blair

Released on DVD and Digital HD on 15 August, ‘The Killing$ of Tony Blair’ is a documentary narrated, presented, and produced by George Galloway and co-directed by Sanne van den Bergh and Greg Ward. The film was crowdfunded under a Kickstarter project, and started screening in cinemas on July 27.

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