Seen X-Men First Class and want a whole bunch more mutant goodness? Finlay is here with his pick of the best X-Men comics
A belated round up of last weeks comic book output. Finlay was away last week so Angus Niven steps in to talk about Detective Comics, FF and the possibility of more bad Superman films.
Thor is released this weekend in cinemas so now is a great time to get reading the source material.
Looking back now, it is easy to understand the appeal of the stand alone blockbuster of 2010, Inception. Christopher Nolan's impressive feature film had action, beautiful violence on the one hand, and on the other cleverly utilised dreamworlds and the subconscious, rendering both with cinematographic aplomb. However despite looking and sounding incredible I couldn't help but wonder why this film was even made as a film at all.
Finlay Niven, Nanu's resident comic expert, explains exactly why we love The Muppets.
Sharp Argentinian thriller thats a definite contender for the best film at the festival.
This image is probably the best thing in the movie. But if you want to see a movie just for that, even you will be disappointed.
Best-Selling novel which promises to translate to a Best-Selling film. It isn't often that a film makes you want to cheer out loud to a darkened room full of strangers. But Nick Moran's film, an adaptation from novel The Kid, did just that, though obviously not enough for me to transverse the implicit social barrier that is the cinema.
Dreamy Experimental film that is more a document than documentary. Among the red carpet premiers, celebrity appearances and academy award winning films, the EIFF is home to a number of more experimental films.