FTWD

Here’s what every Fear the Walking Dead fan has been waiting for. Until now we haven’t had a whole lot to go on about the second series in the popular spin-off show except for the image above. Now though we have the first teaser trailer for the series which will be reaching us on 11th April. […]

Forest Poster 2

Natalie Dormer’s spooky forest trip receives a brand new poster… Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer leads this new supernatural horror set in the Aokigahara Forest (aka The Suicide Forest). Ahead of it’s cinematic release on the 26th The Forest has received a brand new poster with a tagline simply warning us to stay on the path. And when you […]

Julieta Sheet

Almodovar has cinephiles excited with his 20th feature film… Today Warner Brothers and Pedro Almodovar bring us an eagerly awaited trailer for the legendary film-makers next film, Julieta. Originally known as Silencio (the name was changed so as to avoid confusion with Scorsese’s upcoming Silence) Julieta looks set to bring us back to that which we love most in Almodovar’s repertoire – […]

Rosencrantz DVD

Tom Stoppard’s 1967 play, a mash-up of Beckett’s Waiting for Godot with, of course, William Shakespeare’s Hamlet was, after years of great fame and extraordinary praise, filmed by the playwright himself in 1990. Now 25 years on, the film – somewhat forgotten compared to the play – receives an anniversary edition re-release. The Film Disappointingly […]

Goosebumps

We take a look at this nostalgic comedy throwback to R.L. Stine’s classic series… “Viewer beware, you’re in for a scare” the film disappointingly doesn’t begin, but that’s OK anyway, as we’re in for comedy adventure more so than actual scares here. When teenager Zach has to move to Madison, Delaware from New York, New York, […]

Who's That Poster

And last month’s silhouette was: BB-8 in Star Wars: The Force Awakens! So this month was a little easier than on average, a nice friendly BB-8 to welcome in the new year! Congratulations to the following: Abbiosbiston Cinema Parrot Disco Committed to Celluloid Drew’s Movie Reviews Film Grimore Irscriptwriter The Marckoguy Mark Walker Raging Fluff Ramblings of a […]

Life Film POster

Dane DeHaan excels in this admirable if occasionally languid James Dean biopic… The most interesting and commendable thing about Life is that it resists the temptation that almost every biopic falls for and doesn’t try to document a great swathe of Dean’s life. Focusing its attention on the future legend and the photographer Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) over the course […]

The House On Pine Street

 We take a look at this new chilling horror… The House on Pine Street is a well-crafted haunted house indie that, while possessing many classic genre traits, overindulges in the familiar to create an experience that frustrates more than it unsettles. Borrowing the psychological fray of The Shining‘s Jack Torrance and instilling the heightened sense […]

The House On Pine Street

It’s your last chance to win this new horror! This highly anticipated horrow film by Aaron and Austin Keeling is now coming to DVD (1st February)  thanks to Second Sight after being declared the winner of ‘Best Feature Film’ at Kansas International Film Festival and New Orleans Horror Film Festival . Fortunately for all of you Second Sight have been good […]

innocene

We review this clever and immensely engaging film… Detailing a tragic love affair and providing an examination of its long-term effects, this documentary focuses on the real-life museum behind Orhan Pamuk’s novel The Museum of Innocence. Sexually liberated shop girl Füsun begins an affair with engaged Kemal back in the 1970s in Istanbul amidst political upheaval and […]

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