Stuart Heritage: At midnight on Sunday, Channel 4 will resound to the clodding of large, monstrous feet. With the pre-release hype consigned to history, it will be an opportunity to judge the film on its merits
Oscar-nominated Quvenzhané Wallis stars in the new film version of the musical. Cue Twitter comments that all begin: 'I'm not racist, but …'
Actor who played Bert Lynch in the BBC police drama Z-Cars and appeared in shows ranging from Doctor Who to Nightingales
It was the film that shook the 80s. Fatal Attraction's writer James Dearden relives the controversy it caused – and explains why his new version is fairer to the bunny-boiler
Film-makers Guillermo Galdos and Angus MacQueen’s search for the world’s biggest drug dealer was trumped by his arrest a fortnight ago, but their film is no less compelling for it
Philip Pullman's Grimm Tales are played out in Shoreditch, Michael Tilson Thomas conducts Mahler, Berlioz and Ives, plus Handel's Rodelinda from director Richard Jones
Derek Jarman is remembered as an innovative film-maker and artist but his stage work is key to his career, writes Veronica Horwell
The Grand Budapest Hotel is full of rapier-sharp wit, and Ralph Fiennes's timing is note-perfect, writes Mark Kermode
There is no best-location Oscar. But if there was, as the makers of Prometheus, Game of Thrones and Thor have recently found, it would surely go to Iceland, says Robert Hull
Matt Patches: Veronica Mars has graduated to the big screen, but does this Kickstarter-funded movie live up to fans’ enormous expectations?
The performer was one of the most prolific and important actors on stage and in television and film in Australia
Ted Kotcheff's bleak and terrifying Australian epic, lost for decades, is electrifying, writes Mark Kermode
Kirby Dick's Oscar-nominated documentary presents a harrowing picture of systematic abuse, writes Mark Kermode
Cal Brunker's space animation is undemanding children's fare, despite a little help from Stephen Fry, writes Mark Kermode