Film blog | TQS Magazine – Part 6

Don’t be fooled by the title of this post, it’s actually just an excuse for a cheap pun. Although Beautiful Creatures has been slammed as a Twilight copy, this film shouldn’t be dismissed by those who’ve had enough of ‘supernatural being falls in love with mere mortal’ movie

With the release of A Good Day to Die Hard, it’s easy to forget how varied and accomplished Bruce Willis’ career has been. Let us remind you.

It’s that time of year again for us lucky Londoners to soak up the best of queer film culture thanks to the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Now in it’s 27th year, the films are split into three handy sections:…

From the director of Oscar winning The Hurt Locker (2008) comes another intense and intellectually challenging film.

It’s 2013, and we’re still driving cars powered by dead dinosaurs. They don’t fly…they don’t even hover for god’s sake! Our list of 5 favourite cars from the fictional future worlds

For those of you who know TQS may know that we love alternative movie posters more than…well, posters. So when we saw that the lovely people at had created a range of Hitchcock heroin posters to celebrate the release of the new Hitchcock movie we just had to take a look.

The brand new UK poster for The Last Exorcism: Part Two has landed. Demons obviously hate gravity:

2013 marks the year of the Korean new-wave in Hollywood as three of world cinema’s most exciting cinematic voices make their crossovers.

I’m the first to admit I’m a woman with a very active interest in porn. Kirsty Hulse reviews After Porn Ends, a documentary about the lives of retired pornstars. And puts the world rights, too.

If your like your films with a side of being screamed at, insulted and ushered around barefoot in the freezing cold (we do) then Future Cinema’s Shawshank experience is for you.