Fantastic Beasts: Is retconning damaging cinema?
When creators start to change aspects of an established universe, it can damage the relationship with its audience, writes Clarisse Loughrey
Every Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts film ranked from worst to best
How does 'Fantastic Beasts' match up to the likes of 'The Goblet of Fire' or 'The Prisoner of Azkaban'?
27 horror films that will actually terrify you this Halloween
Masked murderers, chainsaw-wielding cannibals and demonic mirrors
20 years on, American History X has a greater urgency than ever
The brutal black-and-white film has faith that the better angels of our nature will prevail, a feeling in increasingly short supply in modern America, writes Christopher Hooton
Why gender equality in Hollywood is still a long way off
Although an increasing number of female-directed films are being produced, the number still pales in comparison to that of male-directed films. Caspar Salmon investigates why
Paul Feig: 'I got tired of how women were being portrayed in movies'
The director on his latest film 'A Simple Favour', and why he's still frustrated by the reaction to his 'Ghostbusters' reboot
Cary Fukunaga is the perfect solution to the Bond franchise's crisis
Fukunaga seems a very clever pick on two different levels. He has a strong creative reputation, but he also knows how to play the game