ON SATURDAY July 5 1980, reigning Wimbledon men's champion and world number one Bjorn Borg faced hot-headed challenger and world number two John McEnroe on the Centre Court of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
AS SOCIETY continues to trundle relentlessly on its downward spiral to hell in a multicoloured, freewheeling handcart it’s worth remembering that back in 1953 people had something that was really worth worrying about.
THE lower-case lettering and exclamation point of Darren Aronofsky's twisted psychological thriller reflect the Oscar-nominated writer-director's nightmarish vision: intriguing, pretentious, confusing and ultimately pointless.
FILM critic, Ford Capri owner and all-round good dude Mark Kermode has been a long-time supporter of Cinemagic Belfast – so it should come as little surprise that he'll be presenting one of his Film Night events at this year's festival.
THE trailer for the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's novel It, about the evil clown Pennywise, played by Bill Skarsgard, received a record-setting 190 million views in its first 24 hours online, according to the author's official website – suggesting that the appetite for his brand of terror is as high as ever.
JUSTICE is blind and frost-bitten in Wind River, an impeccably crafted thriller set on a snow-laden Indian reservation, where the murder of a teenager sends a chill through a community riven by bigotry and fear.
ONE of this year's funniest comedy films, Mindhorn stars Mighty Boosh man Julian Barrett as washed-up actor who gets the opportunity to revive his flagging public profile by helping police to catch a murderer obsessed with his long defunct sci-fi action TV show.