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Electric Light by James Bay
Now shorn of his long hair and done with his beloved hat, James Bay looks a whole different man as he returns with a second full-length effort Electric Light.
Recorded in East London’s Baltic Studios, Bay has turned to Paul Epworth, the man who helped Adele, Florence + The Machine and Coldplay turn in hugely successful records, for production.
Tell Me How You Really Feel by Courtney Barnett
The eccentric songstress scored worldwide acclaim for her 2015 debut Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit and now moves on to her second LP.
Produced once again by Burke Reid, the album finds Barnett once again in a typically blunt mood with her lyrics, with songs like 'Crippling Self-Doubt and a General Lack of Confidence' and 'I'm Not Your Mother, I'm Not Your B**ch'.
And Justice for None by Five Finger Death Punch
The hard-working metallers roar back with their seventh full-length effort this week, an album that features covers of The Offspring's hit 'Gone Away' and Kenny Wayne Shepherd's 'Blue On Black'.
Legion:XX by Burn the Priest
Lamb Of God revisit their early days by covering the likes of Ministry, Bad Brains and Melvins under the name of Burn The Priest, the name they once went by.
The Greatest Showman by Michael Gracey
Hugh Jackman leads this musical extravaganza, which has proved a huge hit, with over $430 million in box office receipts and over two million copies of the soundtrack sold.
The movie tells the story of P.T. Barnum, founder of the circus that became the famous travelling Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, with plenty of songs and razzle-dazzle as we discover the birth of showbusiness...
The film stars Jackman, Michelle Williams, Efron, Rebecca Ferguson, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Natasha Liu Bordizzo and Zendaya. Australian director Michael Gracey behind the camera.
The Woman in White by Dougray Scott
Jessie Buckley, Dougray Scott, Ben Hardy, Charles Dance and newcomer Olivia Vinall all star in this new BBC adaptation of Wilkie Collins' classic novel.
This five-part gothic tale tells of a pair of half-sisters whose lives end up caught in a grand conspiracy revolving around a mentally ill woman dressed all in white.
The Square by Ruben Östlund
Elisabeth Moss, Claes Bang and Dominic West take the lead in this quirky Swedish comedy, which comes from writer/director Ruben Östlund and picked up the Palme d'Or at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.
Bang plays Christian, the respected curator of a contemporary art museum, whose life is thrown into crisis when the campaign to support a new exhibition named 'The Square' spins out of control...
Molly's Game by Aaron Sorkin
Aaron Sorkin makes his debut behind the camera as well as providing the script for this tightly-wound new thriller.
The movie is based on a true story and stars Jessica Chastain as Molly Bloom, a former Olympic-class skier who wound up ran the world’s most exclusive high-stakes poker game for a decade before being arrested in the middle of the night by 17 FBI agents wielding automatic weapons.
The game had players that included Hollywood stars, sports stars, business titans and finally, unbeknownst to her, the Russian mob. The movie follows her prosecution as she struggles to keep her clients' secrets and herself out of jail.
Sorkin makes his directorial debut for the movie and adapts Bloom's book, Molly's Game: From Hollywood's Elite to Wall Street's Billionaire Boys Club, My High-Stakes Adventure in the World of Underground Poker.
Starring alongside Chastain are Idris Elba, Kevin Costner, Michael Cera, Brian d'Arcy James, Chris O'Dowd, Bill Camp, Graham Greene, Claire Rankin, Joe Keery, and Jeremy Strong.
All the Money in the World by Ridley Scott
Ridley Scott’s new drama was forced to undertake a radical change in late 2017.
The movie is set in the early 1970s and documents the sustained refusal of oil baron J. Paul Getty to cooperate with the extortion demands of a group of kidnappers, from the organized crime group Ndrangheta, who had abducted and mutilated his grandson John Paul Getty III.
Originally the film had been shot with Kevin Spacey in the role of Getty, but after allegations of sexual misconduct against Spacey were made public, Scott took the decision to reshoot the film with Plummer taking Spacey’s role and starring alongside Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg.
Remarkably though, the film kept its release date and arrives on DVD this week.