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Julieta Trailer: Pedro Almodovar is Back!

Almodovar has cinephiles excited with his 20th feature film… Today Warner Brothers and Pedro Almodovar bring us an eagerly awaited trailer for the legendary film-makers next film, Julieta. Originally known as Silencio (the name was changed so as to avoid confusion with Scorsese’s upcoming Silence) Julieta looks set to bring us back to that which we love most in Almodovar’s repertoire – […]

Nina Forever Receives Brand New Poster

This inventive future cult classic gets a new poster ahead of DVD & Blu-Ray release… We loved Nina Forever when we first saw it last year, in fact it was one of our strongest recommendations from the entire FrightFest 2015¹ line up. Now the inventive and gruesome story of a new couple being haunted by the ghost of the […]

Suicide Sqaud Trailer: Insanity has never been so fun…

The latest Suicide Squad trailer has burst onto our screens… All film marketing departments should learn by example from those who have been running Suicide Squad‘s promotional campaign. When this film was initially announced we could barely conjure up enough energy to shrug, however little by little that opinion has been changing. Whilst the jury is still out on whether […]

Green Room Teaser Trailer: Patrick Stewart Seeks Bloody Violence

Stewart stars in this violent thriller, and he is out for blood… Today Picturehouse and Altitude bring us the new teaser trailer and poster for one of Rumsey’s most keenly anticipated films of 2016. Green Room is the follow up film from Jeremy Saulnier, who previously directed the superb thriller Blue Ruin back in 2013. It seems he is set on […]

The Top Ten Films to See This January

Here’s our take on the ten most interesting looking films which reach UK cinemas this month… We’re now fully in the swing of the new year and having finished looking back to the films of 2015 we thought it was about time that we had a look at what films we have to look forward to for this month. We’re […]

BAFTA Nominations

The BAFTA 2016 nominations are in! Today the British Academy of Film and Television Arts have unveiled their nomination list and Carol and Bridge of Spies are leading the pack with nine nominations each. We’re pretty pleased overall with the selection BAFTA have made here, alongside recognising Carol (which we loved) they’ve nominated the excellent Mad Max: Fury Road in seven different […]

Happy 2016!

Happy New Year! We’re very happy to report that 2015 was a very busy year for Mr Rumsey’s. A personal blog became a site with a team of writers behind it, each of whom brought their own distinct approach and critical stance which has helped the site diversify no end. December was a quiet month for us […]

The Top Ten Films to See This December…

Here’s our take on the ten most interesting looking films which reach UK cinemas this month… December 2015 is an interesting month for new releases. We have a mixture of big blockbusters which we are very much looking forward to alongside quite a number of smaller releases which appear interesting but have rather mixed critical reactions. […]

Review – Short Sighted Cinema Present: WHAT MAKES A MAN?

Rumsey’s Christian Robshaw takes a look at this short film programme… Having previously marked the United Nations International Day of Older Persons with their short film programme Short Sighted Cinema Present: OLDER, Short Sighted Cinema now return to The Proud Archivist to mark International Men’s Day with the previously-presented programme WHAT MAKES A MAN? The […]

Greenhorn Short Film Festival – Preview

Today (11th) marks the start of the Greenhill Short Film Festival and to we here at Rumseys have sat down with a selection of the short films that will shown at the event in order to give you just a taste of what you have in store. The programme consists of five different themed days which […]