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Monthly Archives: August 2008
On TCM tonight at 9pm It seems that everyone has a favourite Alfred Hitchcock film and for some people this chase thriller is theirs. Cary Grant plays an ordinary business executive who inadvertently becomes embroiled in espionage and murder. You … Continue reading
On Sky Movies Classics tonight from 7.30pm You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video What is it about Marilyn Monroe that fuels people’s obsessions? Many a glamourous Hollywood actress has come and gone, but it’s … Continue reading
It’s all happening at the Lido this week! No, I don’t mean activities involving uncomfortable bathing suits and deflating lilos. However, there was plenty of water as the 65th Venice Film Festival rolled out the red carpet on Wednesday. The … Continue reading
François Ozon is playing a risky game with his new movie, Angel. It’s a lush period melodrama about the rise and fall of a bestselling Edwardian novelist and seems, on casual viewing, to be a compendium of clichés, gaffes and … Continue reading
Jim Carrey is a ‘yes’ man. That much is clear from the fact he agreed to star in 2005’s humourless twaddle Fun with Dick and Jane. It seems only right, therefore, that he should play the lead in the forthcoming … Continue reading
Ah, the lovely Julianne Moore in her lovely frocks with her lovely red hair that matches the lovely autumnal colours of a lovely suburban New England neighbourhood. It’s all so perfect, but of course, all is not so lovely under … Continue reading
From The Abominable Dr Phibes to Witchfinder General, Derek Pykett’s unique guidebook, British Horror Film Locations, is a must-have for all British horror fans and those fascinated by the making of them. Covering 100 British horror films between the years … Continue reading
Hellboy II: The Golden Army Beauty and the beast… A rogue elfin prince, played by former Bros heartthrob Luke Goss, declares war on humankind and red-skinned demon Hellboy attempts to stop him and his coterie of creatures. Look out for … Continue reading
Nim’s Island Novel approach… A young girl from an isolated island seeks helps from the reclusive author of her favourite adventure books when her father goes missing. Also features a whale. Never Back Down It’s a knockout… A rebellious teen … Continue reading