It’s your chance to win a copy of this TV treat! We here at Rumsey’s are very excited to announce that The Witness For The Prosecution will be released on DVD on 9th January 2017 by Acorn and the BBC. What’s more we are able to be offering up two DVD copies for you to win! Here’s the […]

Do you know who our mystery figure is? After half a year’s break ‘Who’s That?’ has returned to the site. The mini game within the site has always proven popular and so we are very happy to bring it back for you. In case you haven’t played before: our header which sits at the top […]

An elegant ode to sororal relationships which sparkles with a quiet sensitivity, charm and poignancy… Hirokazu Koreeda’s Our Little Sister is a film in which subtle shifts within a character’s life slowly reverberate down and unearth great wells of emotional turmoil and buried conflicts. As a film it’s a triumph in the art of restraint; […]

Based on Tim Coniway’s 1993 memoir Holding the Man, this long-awaited Australian romantic drama doesn’t disappoint, and is in fact better than anyone could reasonably expect. In 1976, schoolboys Tim (Ryan Corr) and John (Craig Stott) discover a mutual attraction, and in no time they become a full-blown couple. Cut to the 1980s and, in […]

Embrace of the Serpent was Colombia’s entry into the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 88th Academy Awards, proving that for director Ciro Guerra the third time is the charm. His first unsuccessful submission happened to be his very first feature, the 2004 drama Wandering Shadows, and the second in 2009 for The Wind Journeys. Guerra […]

A sparkling gem of a film, as richly textured as it is deftly realised… Director Asaf Korman has succeeded in crafting that rare treat; a directorial feature début which is both tight and polished enough to feel like the fifth or sixth work by an experienced director and also as powerfully emotive as to have real lasting power. Of […]

An incandescent, acutely observed portrait of defiance and sisterhood… Mustang is one of those rare pleasures which come round from time to time – a simple story richly told. The basic narrative here is straightforward; five young sisters are imprisoned within their own home after playing with boys at the local beach and supposedly tarnishing their marriageability. Their home […]

There’s blood, guts and plenty of heart in this oddball black comedy based on Dan Wells’ successful YA novel Young John Wayne Cleaver is not a serial killer – yet. But he knows he’s at high risk of becoming one, and not just because of that magnificently appropriate name of his. He exhibits all of […]

Today we welcome, actress, writer and director Holly Hargreaves to the site in order to talk about a couple of her webisodes (Real Tinder Convos and For Actors) Firstly could you tell our readers a little bit about your webseries Real Tinder Convos? Sure. It’s a comedy webseries exploring how awkward it would be if tinder […]

Accomplished, bold and thrilling, Rogue One is the perfect Christmas gift for any Star Wars fan… We loved The Force Awakens when it arrived last December; it was fun, heartfelt and brought Star Wars back to life in a way that we had all begun to think may not be possible. However, our great, glaring issue with it was the sheer […]