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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Looking at the DVD cover of this supernatural horror, I was expecting something in the vein of Lovecraft’s The Dunwich Horror – in which some monstrous entity is unleashed onto the world in search of a mate. But, you know … Continue reading
Future Cinema, the team behind cult screen happenings Secret Cinema, have found the ideal venue for their screening tonight of Jean-Jacques Beineix’s 1981 thriller Diva – the London Coliseum in St Martin’s Lane, home of English National Opera. It’s a … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings: I should find Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang a real turn off, but I’ve found 8 things to like
Spoilt and unruly kids screaming in their high pitched little voices is my idea of hell. So a film filled with them shouldn’t have any appeal whatsover, but strangely this one does. Here’s why: 1. Nanny McPhee & the Big … Continue reading
Here we are, Movie Talk’s Jason & Adele, ready to begin our live report on the Oscars. Sadly we’re not at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood Boulevard but in an office in Southwark. By day, Movie Talk tower (aka the … Continue reading
With the Oscars almost upon us, preparations for the big day are gathering pace. Over in Hollywood, they’ve already unrolled the red carpet and stars and their stylists are getting their looks just right. Meanwhile, we here in Movie Talk … Continue reading
Paul Out of this world… Simon Pegg and Nick Frost head the cast of this sci-fi comedy about two British comic book nerds who encounter a wise-cracking alien as they journey across the U.S. If you can see this, then … Continue reading
School uniforms, explosive cocktails and fake blood at the ready…Curzon Midnight Movies is hosting a blistering School Disco party ahead of tonight’s midnight screening of the cult Japanese shocker Battle Royale. Showing as part of Midnight Movies’ third birthday celebrations, … Continue reading
Couch Potato at the Cinema: East is East sequel West is West, and my own experience with the North- South divide
Have you ever felt so pressured to appreciate something that however hard you try, you just can’t? I have. I was reminded of this the other week while enduring an evening of Nana Mouskouri’s Greatest Hits while visiting my family … Continue reading