It's been 17 years since Titanic opened with people queueing around the block to see Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's epic love story filled with icebergs, possessive fiancés and the musical stylings of Celine Dion.
Emily’s away, so Elliot stepped up to present this week’s #KidRatedLoves. Brought to you in association with our good friends at Pearl & Dean, watch our rundown of the best films coming out over the 2014 winter season:
It’s that time of year once again. For many, Halloween is a good excuse for a costume party. For others it’s a turbulent night of trying to ignore the persistent knocking of demanding tiny hands on your door. Yes, the nation’s children will soon be allowed the opportunity to issue you with a threatening ultimatum in order to extract Haribo from you. This can be easily avoided of course.
After twelve days and two hundred and forty eight films, the London Film Festival has now sadly left us. It was a ruddy great big hoot while it lasted though and maybe my favourite London Film Festival of the last five odd years.
When James Wan made "The Conjuring", I was excited to say the least. He took the age old story of the poltergeist and turned into a modern day horror movie. And the wonder of it all was that the movie was set in the 70's!
Think back to one of your favorite film moments in your mind. I know there are too many, but just pick one! Now keep that in mind as you read on.
Personally speaking, I have never been musically inclined. Didn't play any instrument and have been asked not to sing many a times.