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Monthly Archives: March 2010
When George Romero began making Day of the Dead in the mid-1980s, flesh-eating ghouls were a dime a dozen and the novelty was starting to wear with filmgoers and a burgeoning new market – home video. While Euro-horrors Zombie Flesh … Continue reading
The low-key, tuneful indie music played by Iranian boy-girl duo Negar and Ashkan is so mild and well-mannered that you couldn’t imagine it rocking any foundations, let alone a government, yet in an Iran where all Western-influenced music is banned … Continue reading
I’m not sure whether Sandra Bullock really deserved her Worst Actress gong at the Razzies for her performance in All About Steve, but if the Razzie folk were a tad uncharitable in giving her the Golden Raspberry then this year’s … Continue reading
Remember how Martin McDonagh gleefully combined pitch-black humour, shockingly profane dialogue and savage violence with his hit-men-in-hiding movie In Bruges? Well, Irish writer
I’ve been giving some thought to apocalyptic movies this week. I guess that suggest what sort of mood I’ve been in – probably something to do with a nasty bout of food poisoning at the weekend. Anyway, I’ve been attempting … Continue reading
Alice in Wonderland Friends reunited… Tim Burton’s fantasy adventures sees the Alice of Lewis Caroll’s classic stories return to the magical land of her childhood and reunite with her old friends in a bid to end the Red Queen’s reign … Continue reading
This competition has now closed. Cinema’s master of disaster Roland Emmerich delivers another end-of-the-world epic with 2012, a jaw-dropping disaster movie starring John Cusack, Amanda Peet and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Cusack plays a struggling writer striving to get his family to … Continue reading
Forcing my way through the post-screening throng after London’s first Kick-Ass preview, I bumped into a journalist friend who was fizzing with excitement over Matthew Vaughn’s new comic-book movie. A few paces more and I came upon two other … Continue reading
When it comes to hyped-up movies, I run a mile. I never saw The Blair Witch Project on the big-screen because I just didn’t want to ‘follow the crowd’. When I finally caught it on DVD, it was exactly as … Continue reading
The Coen Brothers return to the Midwest of their childhoods for A Serious Man, a mordant comedy set in an almost exclusively Jewish milieu in 1967 suburban Minnesota. They’re on home terrain, yet they observe their characters with their customary … Continue reading