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After seeing in the New Year with a jumbo-sized post, Trailer Trash returns this week with some lighter fare – sci-fi comedy Paul. Here’s the trailer… If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or … Continue reading
January is not a good month. It’s cold. It’s grey. The fun of the festive period is already a distant memory and you’re faced with one big, crushing reality: eating all those mince pies has resulted in a noticeable jean … Continue reading
The last time Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway appeared on screen together things did not end well. In 2005’s Brokeback Mountain, Jake’s Jack met a premature end and Anne’s Lureen lost forever the husband whose heart belonged to another, Heath … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what, exactly, goes on inside your computer? Why it always seems to crash when you most need it to work? Why running too many programs at once causes pages to hang? Me neither. I recently re-watched … Continue reading
What’s that coming over the hill? It’s Monsters – the sci-fi drama debut from British director Gareth Edwards. The buzz surrounding this film has grown steadily since its screenings at the SXSW and Cannes film festivals earlier this year – … Continue reading
Facebook connects people. In fact, it connects more than 500 million people globally, according to membership figures revealed in July this year. If my growing list of unanswered friend requests on Facebook is anything to go by, it most commonly … Continue reading
Owls tend not to land central roles in Hollywood movies. In the Harry Potter films, these big-eyed birds of prey are little more than harassed postal workers and in the recent remake of Clash of the Titans, the mechanical owl … Continue reading
Elevators unnerve me and I think I know the reason why: Damien: Omen II (1978). Much of this horror sequel is largely forgotten to me now, but I vividly remember the scene in which a doctor discovers that demonic youngster … Continue reading
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boggarts and Grindlylows: put down your butterbeers, sit back and behold… the trailer for the finale of the Harry Potter franchise: You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video First, let me apologise … Continue reading