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Is history remembering Kubrick's 1962 film adapation of Vladimir Nabokov's 'Lolita' unfairly? We look at why 'Lolita' is the auteur’s forgotten masterpiece.

There’s no doubt Stanley Kubrick helped to influence an insurmountable volume of independent and Hollywood movies, but he isn’t beyond reproach.

Last year title designer Richard Alan Greenberg passed. We look at the power of set designs in film by listing some of cinema’s most beautiful creations.

To get those creative juices flowing, here’s a ranked list of ten experimental movies that pushed those boundaries in the same vein as 'Lost in London'.

Here are twelve must-visit horror movie locations across America that every fan of the genre needs to jump in a car and check out pronto.

Littlewoods Studios should be good for the UK overall. Here are six major movie productions you might not have known were made in the UK.

Here are the eight scariest films about a family, a relationship, a romance, or a bedroom being destroyed from the inside of the home.

Did Ryan Gosling launch himself into the list of other great on-screen astronauts in 'First Man'? Let’s rank the seven best astronauts in cinema history.

The surreal visual feast 'Legion' takes the superhero show to an astral plane far away from anything audiences have experienced before.