With Spring Breakers hitting cinemas this week, America's favourite crackpot auteur and poet of destruction sends LWLies a special memo. In his own unique way.
By David Jenkins
With Sam Raimi's Oz The Great And Powerful out this week and an Evil Dead remake imminent, we take a trip through time to re-examine Army Of Darkness.
By Emma Simmonds
How a pair of twisted sisters from Canada are helping horror cinema get in touch with its feminine side.
By Sam Faulkner
With the Oxford music scene doc doing the rounds across the UK this month, LWLies speaks to the film's key players.
By Keira Brown
With Nautilus wired in to predict the future, it's time to send out a warning cry against our cybernoid friends.
By Greg Evans
With Google announcing plans to capture the world's second longest river on Street View, LWLies sets course for cinema's most memorable Amazon moments.
How the cross-platform appeal of digital theatre is changing the face of screen entertainment.
By Ivan Radford
It's time to strip away the mystique...
By Adam Woodward
With the BBFC's recent hatchet job on Srdjan Spasojevic's controversial horror, we ask whether art can ever fully justify the means?
By Bruce Ackland
LWLies was taken on a mysterious interactive adventure this week courtesy of Stella Artois Black.
By Zara Miller
LWLies gets an exclusive taste of life on location in Debs Gardner-Paterson's directorial debut.
By Esther Paterson
Debra Granik's new film, Winter's Bone, explores much more than middle America's wilderness.
By Jason Goodyer
What happens when great directors go off message and throw a career curveball?
By Adam Lee Davies
It's haughty work, but somebody's got to do it...
By Mary Clare Waireri
Power cuts + internet failure = not good
By Matt Bochenski
How irony has destroyed the horror film.
By Tom Seymour
The years hottest party is coming soon to a town near you. Next week in fact.
Is Oprah the most powerful person in Hollywood? Maybe. But she's definitely the most synergised, as Dan Stewart explains.
By Dan Stewart
Anton Bitel takes the BBFC to task over their ruling that Koji Shiraishi's Grotesque deserves to be banned.
By Anton Bitel
Adam Woodward analyses preview footage from James Cameron's ambitious oeuvre.
Shocking! Depraved! Disgusting! That's right, Lars Von Triers 'Antichrist' is coming to a cinema near you.
By Limara Salt