Terence Stamp

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Last Night in Soho review | Peter Bradshaw's film of the week
Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy and Matt Smith star in a horror-thriller that takes a trip to the sleazy heart of London’s past

Peter Bradshaw

28, Oct, 2021 @8:00 AM

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Rita Tushingham: ‘Can you imagine walking around thinking: Ooh, I’m an icon?’
The star of A Taste of Honey reflects on her 60-year career, not standing for Oliver Reed’s ‘games’ and swinging London as depicted in her new film Last Night in Soho

Ryan Gilbey

22, Oct, 2021 @7:00 AM

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Venice film festival 2021 roundup – a formidably good year on the Lido
Big name directors at their best feature alongside daring visionaries from the farther realms of art cinema – but to whom will Bong Joon-ho’s jury award the Golden Lion?

Jonathan Romney

11, Sep, 2021 @3:00 PM

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The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert review – riotous return trip
In this smart, lovable gem, now rereleased, a trans woman and two drag queens kick up the dust in Australia’s outback

Peter Bradshaw

07, Jun, 2019 @10:00 AM

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Of Gods and Warriors review – Game of Thrones-inspired shlock
The kingdom in this poorly acted Viking fantasy is populated by peacenik vegans, a warrior princess and … Terence Stamp

Cath Clarke

27, Jul, 2018 @9:00 AM

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Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children review: mordant British YA X-Men is Tim Burton's best in 20 years
That this adaptation is highly stylish is hardly surprising; that it’s quite so charming and funny is. Plus, Samuel L Jackson eats a whole bowl of children’s eyeballs

Jordan Hoffman

26, Sep, 2016 @12:15 AM

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Poor Cow review – Ken Loach's debut masterpiece, still so fresh and artful
Loach’s 1967 drama is vividly evocative of its time and place, with superb performances and an effortless scene-by-scene swing

Peter Bradshaw

23, Jun, 2016 @9:15 PM

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Terence Stamp: I was almost killed on set of latest film
The 77-year-old actor was involved in a near-fatal accident involving a horse during the shoot of Bitter Harvest

Benjamin Lee

17, Aug, 2015 @8:53 AM

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The Adventures of Priscilla – five things you didn’t know about the Aussie hit
Pom-pom making prisoners, melting costumes and a cross-dressing Tony Curtis: the behind-the-scenes tales from the watershed movie on its 21st birthday

Luke Buckmaster

17, Jun, 2015 @8:09 AM

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Terence Stamp: ‘I was in my prime, but when the 60s ended, I ended with it’
He was the star of some of the decade’s most memorable films – and dated some of its most beautiful women. With the reissue of 1967’s Far From the Madding Crowd, the actor talks about his friendship with Michael Caine and his topsy-turvy career

Andrew Pulver

12, Mar, 2015 @6:36 PM

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The Art of the Steal review – heist caper with a swinging-60s feel
Kurt Russell, Matt Dillon, Terence Stamp: the stars line up for Jonathan Sobol's entertaining, old-fashioned art-theft dash, writes Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

19, Jun, 2014 @9:45 PM

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Next week's radio: from A Brief History Of Irony to Radio 4 On Music

David Hepworth on irony, authenticity, soundtracks, and why Terence Stamp should have his own show

David Hepworth

28, Sep, 2013 @5:00 AM

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