FILMS OUT THIS WEEK
Minions go mad in London this week, we head for the frontier in Slow West - see our interview with directorJohn Maclean - and there's modern cowboy romance in The Longest Ride. A director falls for his star in She's Funny That Way, a couple experiment sexually in The Overnight, things get really physical in multiple César winner Love At First Fight and there's wacky Holywood satire in Entourage. A hitman contemplates the fact that Everyone's Going To Die - we talked to director Max Barron - while a doctor faces challenges in Hippocrates. Arnie is back in The Terminator and there's also a re-release for Bob Hoskins mobster classic The Long Good Friday. This week's documentary focus is on food in That Sugar Film, on the artisan wine business in Natural Resistance and on music history in The Wrecking Crew. Alongside all this, we still have reviews coming in from the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Here's part two of our interview with Corin Hardy, on The Hallow and his adaptation of The Crow Link #edfilmfest
We catch up with those mischievous Minions as they seeks a new evil overlord to serve Link
Memory is complicated in Scrapbook, this year's #edfilmfest Best Short award winner Link
We review #edfilmfest McLaren Animation Award winner Stems Link
NEW DVD HIGHLIGHTS
Hallowed ground, part 2 Corin Hardy on The Hallow, creating fear and adapting The Crow.
Changing weather David Rasche at the Nautica Oceana City & Sea Party.
Hallowed ground, part 1 Corin Hardy on going back to basics with The Hallow.
Ocean views Catching up with Cobie Smulders at the Nautica Oceana City & Sea Party.
Bringing it home Max Barron on little British movies and how Everyone's Going To Die.
Karen Gillan and James Cosmo become EIFF patrons Big Gold Dream wins Audience Award as festival draws to close.
45 Years wins Michael Powell at EIFF The Diary Of A Teenage Girl takes international prize