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Special event: Mark Kermode's Film Night at QFT Belfast

David Roy
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.

As King of horror turns 70 we revisit some of his classics adapted for the screen

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.

Watch this: Mindhorn, new on DVD and Blu-ray

David Roy
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.

Yerma starring Billie Piper highlights heartache of infertility

Jenny Lee
PROCLAIMED as the theatrical performance of the past year, Northern Ireland audiences will this evening be able to watch live Billie Piper's fearless portrayal of a young woman driven to commit a horrific crime by her terrible longing for motherhood.

Sleb Safari: Oprah Winfrey has life figured out and then some

Maeve Connolly
DO YOU remember when you used to catch The Oprah Winfrey Show at odd hours in your student house courtesy of the NTL box you had installed once you left home and learned there were more than seven TV channels available? There was no need to go to the library when you could learn all you believed you needed to know from Oprah.

Scarlet Johansson and co on their Rough Night

IT IS a roller-coaster of death, crime, politics and stomach-churning gags, but the real message behind the new 'R-rated' (a 15 certificate in the north and Britain) comedy Rough Night is the value of friendship.

Cult Movie: The City of The Dead

Ralph McLean
The City Of The Dead RELEASED in 1960, The City Of The Dead is chiefly remembered for one thing: It was the first film from the Amicus production team of Max Rosenberg and Milton Subotsky.

Don't miss: Terminator 2 3D

David Roy
Terminator 2 3D IT'S hard to believe it's 26 years since Terminator 2 was released, mostly because James Cameron's action blockbuster has lost little of its special effects-laden lustre.

Tom Cruise plays against type in American Made

BASED on a true story of outlandish lies, American Made reunites director Doug Liman and leading man Tom Cruise after their successful collaboration on the sci-fi thriller Edge Of Tomorrow.

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