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Monthly Archives: October 2011
You better watch out…You better not cry… Otherwise you run the risk of meeting an untimely, if festive end, at the hands of the true spirit of Santa Claus! Christmas is coming early this year as Dutch horror Saint puts … Continue reading
Did you have nightmares trying to identify all the chilling movie characters from my Halloween-themed Name that Chest gallery last week? Well, now that you know who they are, you can have even better nightmares. It is Halloween after all. … Continue reading
DVD review | X-Men: First Class – Born in the heat of the Cold War: How the Marvel mutants became X-Men
X-Men: First Class lives up to its title. Smart and spectacular, it’s up there in the top rank of superhero films. With Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn at the helm, the sci-fi action series goes back to the beginning for an … Continue reading
Terrence Malick’s Cannes film festival Palme d’Or winner is a work that has some viewers swooning in rapture yet leaves others baffled and bored. It looks fabulous, full of luminous and lyrical images, but the plot and meaning are tricky … Continue reading
“Personally, I liked the university. They gave us money and facilities, we didn’t have to produce anything! You’ve never been out of college! You don’t know what it’s like out there! I’ve worked in the private sector. They expect results.” … Continue reading
Film review | The Ides of March – Ryan Gosling gets his hands dirty in George Clooney’s political thriller
For his fourth film as director, George Clooney plunges into the murky world of US politics with The Ides of March, an intricately plotted thriller set during the race to choose the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate. Clooney takes the part … Continue reading
Paranormal Activity 3 Is there anybody there..? The supernatural horror franchise continues with this prequel, set 18 years prior to the events of the first two films. If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade … Continue reading
Film review | Anonymous – Where there’s a Will: Roland Emmerich’s dubious costume romp debunks the Bard
Like the notions that the US faked the Apollo moon missions or that terrorist planes couldn’t have toppled the World Trade Centre, the belief that William Shakespeare didn’t write the plays ascribed to him is one of those enduring conspiracy … Continue reading
The 55th London Film Festival reaches its climax tonight with the gala screening of Terence Davies’ screen adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea. Last night, however, was the festival’s occasion to hand out its gongs. Comedian Marcus Brigstocke … Continue reading
Scared Shrekless Bump in the night… This 21-minute long Halloween special sees animated ogre Shrek and his fairytale friends spending a night in Lord Farquaad’s haunted castle. Green Lantern Green energy… Ryan Reynolds acquires super powers and an exceptionally tight … Continue reading