Wishing you a safe and loving Christmas

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Let’s face it, 2020 has been one hell of a year, our normal lives, family connections and friendships disrupted and changed. While at the same time, many of us have lost special people who leave an irreplaceable gap. The pain of this loss accentuated by the distance we have all had to endure as COVID 19 marched across our world. For publications such as ours, it has been a year of delayed releases, online festivals and cinematic turmoil. However, despite this, we have attempted to ensure that the magic of film continues to shine through the darkest of times. And I hope you have all enjoyed our diverse coverage during 2020, from festivals to reviews and classic cinema retrospectives.

This Christmas will continue to be challenging for many. But, we hope to bring a glimmer of light in the articles we post; a brief respite from the news, and hope for a better 2021. And whatever the challenges that still lay ahead for cinema, film and streaming. Cinerama Film will continue to ensure independent films, LGBTQ content and the best in cinema makes it straight to your laptop, phone or tablet.

I wish you all a safe and loving Christmas wherever in the world you may be. And thank you for your continued support, after all, Cinerama Film wouldn’t exist without you.

Christmas content on Cinerama Film

Christmas TV Specials: Eight classic festive treats

Ever since the dawn of TV, the Christmas special has played an important role in our festive celebrations. With many of the biggest TV shows donning Santa hats and tinsel to ensure our evenings inside feel just that little bit more magical. And whether they have brought us comedy, drama or horror, the TV special

LGBTQ+ Christmas Movies: Three outstanding festive treats

Welcome to the first edition of our new bi-monthly Q curated collections. Q aims to bring you the very best in LGBTQ+ cinema and TV, with themed collections that delve into the history of the genre. This month we take a look at three LGBTQ+ Christmas themed films. Featuring Carol (2015), C.R.A.Z.Y (2005) and Love

A Christmas Carol: New adaptation comes to cinemas and theatres this festive season

A Christmas Carol, a brand new retelling of the classic family Christmas tale, will be coming to both cinemas and select theatres nationwide from November 20th, as Scrooge looks to help save Christmas. Simon Russell Beale, Martin Freeman, Carey Mulligan, Daniel Kaluuya and Andy Serkis lend their voices to the tale, whilst dance performances are

20 Deliciously Dark Christmas Movies

This article is split into four pages of content with navigation at the end of each page The presents are wrapped, the tree is up, and you’re already sick of the Christmas songs playing in every shop you visit. What you need is something deliciously different to watch. A film that offers a more adult take

Home Alone – The Christmas Miracle

By late 1988 John Hughes had become one of the most powerful scriptwriters and directors in Hollywood. His back catalogue of work including Trains, Planes and Automobiles, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and The Breakfast Club to name but a few. However, unlike many other writers and directors, Hughes continued to plough his own unique path

1990s Children’s Movies

Join us as we take you back to the 1990s with a selection of classic children’s movies. featuring; A Muppet Christmas Carol (U), The Adventures of Huck Finn (PG), Jumanji (PG) and Free Willy (U). The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992) After the death of Jim Henson in 1990 many wondered whether The Muppets would ever

Let it Snow – A Formulaic yet surprisingly tender teen romcom

Quick Read Review Netflix’ straight to streaming films are somewhat of a mixed bag, especially those aimed at a young adult audience. But with Let it Snow, Netflix allows a solid cast to rise above the tinsel drenched romcom, creating something slightly different. Let it Snow knows how to pull all the strings associated with

Great movies to stream or buy over Christmas

Spree – All eyes on me, I want to be seen

Spree is available to rent or buy now on all major platforms At what point does fiction become a reality, and where does privacy start and stop? In an online world of clickbait content, personal blogs and viral videos, this question has never been more challenging to answer. Our lives now embedded in the viral

Wolfwalkers – Undoubtedly one of the best animated movies of the year

Wolfwalkers premieres on Apple TV+ December 11th, 2020 The year is 1650, the place Kilkenny, Ireland, where Oliver Cromwell’s puritanical subjugation of the Irish is well underway. With villages controlled through the iron-like grip of the English, slowly growing into towns; eating the once ancient woodland around them. It is here where we meet Bill

Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets – An unforgettable, alcohol-fuelled night out

Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets is released nationwide on Curzon Home Cinema 24th December Many of us will have had one or two pubs or bars in our life that became a centre of community and friendship. The doors a gateway to familiar faces, political debates, tears and drunken laughter; the bar staff celebrating the creation

Relic – The destructive and irreversible terror of dementia

Relic is showing at BFI London Film Festival 9th – 12th October and FrightFest 24th October The most powerful horror often comes from a reflection of the human experience. Whether that be discussions on racism (Get Out) or the power of grief and loss (The Babadook). However, the horror of dementia and its creeping pain

Boys State – A heady mix of testosterone, politics, and popularity

What makes a world-class documentary? Is it the topic and case studies? The fly on the wall realism and free-flowing discussion? Or the ability of filmmakers to reflect uncomfortable truths and glimmers of redemption and hope? The answer to these questions will, of course, differ for every viewer. But, for me, world-class documentaries reflect all

Pinocchio – A fantastical and magical return to the Collodi classic

This review is brought to you in partnership with our friends at Vertigo Releasing In 1883 Italian writer Carlo Collodi published The Adventures of Pinocchio; a magical wooden puppet desperate to become a real boy. The rural poverty of Tuscany and emerging industrialisation of Italy sitting at the heart of a story embedded in social

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