Star Wars is a cultural mega-titan that’s been around for over forty years. This May the 4th, OnScreen definitively ranks all ten Star Wars films.
Solo: A Star Wars Story is mere weeks away, so here’s a look at four things we at OnScreen hope aren’t in the film, and two things we hope are.
The latest trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story was released yesterday, and gave us plenty to get excited about. Here’s everything that stood out to us.
Guillermo del Toro is known for infusing his rich imaginary worlds with specifically chosen, symbolic colours – and here is a look at Pacific Rim’s.
With a month left until Infinity War hits UK cinemas, here is OnScreen’s countdown of five questions we’re desperate to see answered.
The brand new Tomb Raider reboot is out this week, so OnScreen runs down the treasures and pitfalls that lie in wait for the new film.
All the latest streaming offerings rounded up with our weekly updated look at the titles hitting Netflix, Shudder, NOW TV, MUBI and Amazon Prime.
Godzilla (1954) became a smash hit for Toho Studios and launched an entire genre in its native Japan – but with so much loaded nuclear imagery, why?
OnScreen Editor Calvin Prickett explores the way 1988’s Who Framed Roger Rabbit uses allegory to explore the ludicrousness of racial prejudices.