Hell has never looked better, as the first four Hellraiser movies are being released in 4K UHD by Arrow Video in a brand new box set: Quartet of Torment.
The actor’s daughter Rumer Willis confirmed earlier this year he had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.
Ken Loach concludes his North East trilogy with another humanistic look at the reality of working class life.
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio reteam for an eighth time for The Wager. Here's everything we know about it so far.
The Government is spending more than £12.3m to secure 45 treasured spaces in villages, towns and cities across the country.
Doctor Who is in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest running science fiction show of all time and this November it’s celebrating its diamond anniversary.
Wes Anderson returns to Roald Dahl territory with The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar. Here's everything we know about his new Netflix short.
How did a group of bedroom-based Reddit users outsmart Wall Street? Here's the crazy true story behind the new Seth Rogen movie Dumb Money.
Dumb Money follows the real life events of the Gamestop stock exchange trading frenzy with an all-star cast.
There are several intriguing films coming to streamers this week, including family favourites like Marcel the Shell with Shoes On.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt described Warner Bros Discovery’s investment in the site as a ‘huge vote of confidence in the UK’.
This lacklustre romcom from Apple is saved from bargain bin status thanks to the disarming charm of Antonia Thomas and Craig Roberts in the central roles.
Remember The Expendables? It’s nearly ten years since they last lumbered onto our screens, so it’s hardly surprising if you don’t.
Continuing to challenge expectations and breakdown taboos, Sex Education Season 4 serves up an emotional closer which rarely drops the ball.
Writing duo Rebecca Angelo and Lauren Schuker Blum speak to Yahoo UK about their experience adapting the true story into a script in real time.
Otto Baxter and documentary filmmakers Peter Beard and Bruce Fletcher spoke to Yahoo UK about the director's journey to making his first film.
In the 1980s, bouncer turned filmmaker Cliff Twemlow carved out a career as a cult filmmaker with a handful of video nasties to his name.
The movie that put Kate Beckinsale on the map is celebrating its 20th anniversary.