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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Got a party to go to with a 1940s theme? Check out Couch Potato’s pictorial round-up of films that collectively define this decade by showcasing the fashions, styles, cinematic trends and general look of their time. There are three things … Continue reading
And it’s getting a big screen re-release in key cities next week. Any ideas? Were you temporarily blinded by last week’s polished pecs? The owner of that mystery body is revealed here (shield your eyes this time!) Discuss these chests … Continue reading
You know what you’re getting when you’re watching a Final Destination film – big elaborate death scenes that get more shocking, more surprising and more inventive in sequel after sequel. And so we have Final Destination 5 in 3D. The … Continue reading
Couch Potato’s Tuesday Teaser: Which actresses were considered to play Tina Turner in What’s Love Got to Do With It?
Angela Bassett got the role of course – a splendid performance which won her an Oscar nomination, but guess which other actresses were in the running for this 1993 film. Actresses with a diverse mix of ages funnily enough: Halle … Continue reading
Pete’s Peek | The Round Up and The Garden of the Finzi Contini are holocaust dramas that dare to open up old wounds
It may be 66 years since the end of the Second World War, but that black period in history still fascinates and intrigues storytellers, historians and film-makers, as it continues to offering glimpses into man’s humanity and inhumanity. The passing … Continue reading
The Beauty and the Beast fairy tale gets a glossy 21st-century makeover in Beastly, a teen romantic fantasy starring I Am Number Four hunk Alex Pettyfer and High School Musical’s chirpy sweetheart Vanessa Hudgens. Pettyfer plays obnoxious New York preppie … Continue reading
It’s Day 4 and Frightfesters took time out to attend Andy Nyman’s annual Quiz from Hell before taking in previews of Xavier Gens’ new post-apocalyptic chiller The Divide; the much-touted brutal British crime thriller Kill List; and Lady GaGa music … Continue reading
DVD review | Hanna – Saoirse Ronan’s teen assassin targets Blanchett’s wicked witch in fairy-tale thriller
A young girl grows up in forest, raised alone by her father. But a wicked witch will stop at nothing to seize her. No, not a Brothers Grimm fairy-tale but Hanna, Joe Wright’s exhilarating action thriller about a 16-year-old girl … Continue reading
Film4 FrightFest Highlights | Day 3 | Are your ready for Fright Night, Troll Hunter and The Wicker Tree?
Day 3 delivered the goods with previews of the Norwegian found-footage monster movie Troll Hunter and the big-budget 3D remake of Fright Night; and exclusive premieres of Robin Hardy’s religious satire The Wicker Tree, social networking shocker Panic Button, grisly … Continue reading