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10 underrated superhero films to stream right now

27 May 2020

Escape the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Dark Knight trilogy with ten other superhero outings

For superhero movie fans who started lockdown with plans to revisit the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Infinity Saga, the dust may already have long since settled on Iron Man's final sassy exchange with purple peril Thanos and Spider-Man's high-tech tussle…

Best films to stream this week: 27 May

27 May 2020

Our weekly guide to the best films available on home entertainment platforms

Here at The List we tend to look forward to what's on the horizon, but when that's a whole lot of staying in knowing what to watch right now in the comfort of your home has never been more needed. To help ride out these challenging times, we will be…

Major international film festivals come together to launch We Are One: A Global Film Festival

26 May 2020

The festival will feature 10 days of digital programming to keep us entertained and connected during the lockdown

Tribeca and YouTube have announced a new and unprecedented international film festival, which will see 21 film festivals from across the world come together to broadcast 10 days of programming, straight to our homes. Running from Fri 29 May to Sun 7…

Dominik Moll on Only the Animals: 'By trying things that are not super conventional you can achieve something interesting'

26 May 2020

The Franco-German director discusses his engrossing mystery, which will be available to stream on Curzon Home Cinema from 29 May

Having opened the Venice Days section of the 2019 Venice Film Festival, Franco-German director Dominik Moll's non-linear thriller Only the Animals will soon be arriving on Curzon Home Cinema for audiences to watch at home. The engrossing mystery, which…

From the archive: The arrested development of the modern teen movie

26 May 2020

Armed only with the novelisation of Pretty in Pink, Eddie Harrison journeys from The Breakfast Club to Saved! And explains why John Hughes deserves to go to hell

'Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe,' The speaker, as any student of Hollywood high-school teen movies, is John Bender (Judd Nelson) in The Breakfast Club. In John Hughes' 1985 teen movie, originally titled The Library Revolution, bender…

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