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Monthly Archives: September 2009
Movie Talk sniffs around the back alleys of the internet to bring you the latest showbiz news – so you don’t have to get your paws dirty… Sacha Baron Cohen’s comedy Brüno has been banned in Malaysia for its gay … Continue reading
Luc Besson is better known these days as the producer of high-octane Euro thrillers in the Taxi and Transporter series, but from the mid-1980s to the mid-90s he was one of the principal exponents of the so-called Cinéma du look, … Continue reading
Here’s a Halloween double-bill from the folks at MVM that will certainly give you the shivers, but not in the way you may think. First up is Mr Halloween. In the non-descript town of Sauquoit, New York, locals believe the … Continue reading
Brain freeze has never been so bad once you’ve tasted Ale Cream, as four friends inadvertently eat some radioactive ice-cream, turning them into zombies. Only problem is they don’t see themselves as the undead, but as super soldiers. And that’s … Continue reading
It’s 1978 and General Pinochet’s military dictatorship has a tight grip on Chile and its citizens. In the midst of this, fifty-something Raul and an amateur group of dancers perform dance routines from Saturday Night Fever at a small bar … Continue reading
Being a fan of revenge movies, especially ones where the bullied school outsider gets to kill off their classmates in gruesome fashion (à la the 1974 classic Twisted Brain), I was looking forward to this homegrown horror. And I wasn’t … Continue reading
Across the UK today, a film I am strangely keen to see is opening at select Picturehouse/City Screen cinemas. Morris: A Life With Bells On is a mockumentary about that traditional English hankies and bells leaping activity known as Morris … Continue reading
Following Patrick Swayze’s death last week, the channels here in the UK have all jumped at the chance to show his repertoire of TV shows and films. Hardly surprising of course. It was bound to happen. On the morning the … Continue reading
The Best view | Creation – Classy biopic of Charles Darwin ruffles the feathers of evolution deniers
Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection has been described (by philosopher Daniel Dennett) as “the single best idea that anyone has ever had”. That it’s also the most explosive idea anyone has ever had is confirmed by the fuss … Continue reading