Jonny Greenwood’s haunting score is getting the live orchestra treatment – and we have some tickets to give away. (BYO milkshakes.)
Slayings, "misadventure" and murderous clerks: welcome to death, medieval-style.
Before CGI, if you wanted to create a make-believe world on film, you had to paint it by hand. We look back at some of the best matte painters of this largely bygone field.
Known as the “Apprehension Engine”, this makeshift wooden instrument was used to score one of the most terrifying horror films in recent times.
Great news (if you like freakish glowing insects): an abandoned railway tunnel in New South Wales has been overrun with thousands of glow worms.