From Zero To I Love You coming to VOD June 2nd and DVD this summer

Ariztical Entertainment is excited to announce the June 2nd VOD and cable on demand release of filmmaker Doug Spearman’s feature film From Zero To I Love You, followed by a DVD release this summer. The film stars Scott Bailey and…

The Assistant Review

What happens if your boss is molesting women in his office, an office that is right behind where you sit? This is the dilemna Jane (Julia Garner) faces in the new film ‘The Assistant.’ Jane is an assistant to the…

Edge of Extinction

15 years after a global apocalypse, mankind is on the verge of extinction. Civilisation no longer exists, food is scarce and most eke out a living by stealing and killing. One man (Luke Hobson), who lost his whole family in…

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment unveil Saturday Twitter Watch Parties

HALLOWEEN, APOLLO 13 AND THE BREAKFAST CLUB KICK-OFF THE PROGRAM WITH HOSTS AND SPECIAL GUESTS London, United Kingdom, May 12, 2020 – To entertain and bring audiences together, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment has organised weekly watch parties of some of their…

Top 10 WW2 films to watch this Bank Holiday weekend

VE Day is nearly upon us so we asked the film experts from MetFilm School based at the world-famous Ealing Studios, which top WWII films they would recommend to entertain and enlighten us in the run-up to the 75th anniversary of…

1917, Little Women, Bad Boys For Life and Bombshell available in 4K HDR on Rakuten TV this May

London, 15 May. May is a blockbuster month on Rakuten TV, with a variety of brand-new releases, available in 4K HDR, all at the click of a button on your Smart TV. From action to romance, biographical to family entertainment,…

Moffie Review

It’s 1981 South Africa, a time when the country was still at the height of apartheid, and blacks were not the only class of people who were discriminated against, homosexuals didn’t have it easy either. In the new amazing film…

Pablo Larraín’s EMA

EMA, an intoxicating comment on sex, power and chaos in modern-day Chile, follows visionary director’s Pablo Larraín’s acclaimed works JACKIE (2016), NERUDA (2016) and NO (2012). Knife-sharp and unapologetically punk, the film is a whirlwind of provocative, no-holds-barred anarchy, anchored by a…

The Host

Why spend your evening on a boring Zoom chat when you can watch a film that is thrilling, dramatic and sexy! The film is “The Host’ – and it is being released on April 17th on iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play,…

New Covid-19 Diaries Film Will Document Personal Lockdown Experiences From Around the World

Award-winning UK film maker Phoebe Holman is currently working on The Covid-19 Diaries, a ground-breaking new documentary that calls on people of the world to record their unique experiences throughout the pandemic. It will capture on a global scale the…