Has the BBC pulled its punches in this family-friendly version of the classic 1972 novel?
How Orthodox Jewish communities are struggling to come to terms with LGBT Issues.
The pair never worked together, but their controversial depiction of sex links them in the minds of movie historians.
Four spine chillers and a slapstick zombie comedy film to get you back out from behind the sofa.
As a left-wing rallying cry, this account of the 1819 massacre in Manchester fails to rouse the inner revolutionary.
Everyone has a favourite novel that hasn’t made it to the screen. Here’s why.
Why can’t fiction’s most famous secret agent be played by Idris Elba? Just use your imagination.
The tragic story of a lonely, bullied boy who befriends a kestrel was an instant hit in the 1960s.
Changing sexual mores can be tracked by watching the way 007 flirts with Moneypenny and the way she reacts.
This is what it’s like going to the cinema when you can’t see the screen.
Just about everyone knows whodunnit. But there are other reasons to see a movie than just the plot.
A new film brings to life the murky underbelly of Victorian London.