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Rewriting The Page on Wrestling Films: 2 Years of Fighting with My Family

Posted by - February 27, 2021
Two years ago today, Stephen Merchant’s Fighting with My Family hit cinemas in the UK, and a little over two years ago, I joined a jam-packed press screening for the professional wrestling film at Leicester Square. The film tells the real-life tale of WWE superstar Paige’s (previously known as Saraya) colourful wrestling family in Norwich,

Filmhounds Issue 2 is Out Now!

Posted by - October 14, 2020
Issue 2 is here It's October, which means it's getting dark out earlier, much to the eternal surprise of the great British public, despite the fact that it happens every single year. I mean, it's not like the changing of the seasons is one of the fundamental functions of our existence or anything! Ahem, excuse

Interview: Nick Frost + Samson Kayo on ‘Truth Seekers’

Posted by - October 5, 2020
Truth Seekers, Amazon’s new 8-part horror-comedy about ghost-hunting broadband engineers, reunites Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in laugh-heavy roles and in Pegg’s case, a very handsome wig. Frost plays Gus, an engineer working for Pegg’s Dave at a company called Smyle, fixing and installing broadbands, but also moonlighting as a ghost hunter. Gus films his

VH Top 10 Films of The Year – 4) Fighting With My Family

Posted by - December 22, 2019
The typical "British film" is usually obvious from the outset, it is either a period drama, a rom-com or a "feel good" film. But a new category has emerged over the last few years that is more specific and usually involves a discipline of some sort such as singing, dancing or a sport. Fighting With

The Once and Future Wright

Posted by - June 23, 2017
Back in 1994, Edgar Wright appeared on The Film and Video Showcase talking about his first feature film ‘A Fistful of Fingers’, a spoof of Hollywood Westerns but filmed in the English countryside and on a micro budget. Over 20 years later, Wright is gearing up for the release of his 6th film, Baby Driver,