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Suzanne Collins’ best-selling Hunger Games trilogy has been seized upon by Hollywood as the next, big, teen-friendly franchise – and it’s terrific: smarter and tougher than Twilight – and with a heroine who couldn’t be further removed from drooping, love-struck … Continue reading
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1975 was a bit of a mixed bag for horror and suspense at the cinema. While directors like Dario Argento and Steven Spielberg were making waves with visionary masterpieces like Profundo Rosso and Jaws, and Peter Weir and Narciso Ibanez … 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
With the UK’s government’s axe-wielding on education causing students to take to the streets of Britain, while the rest of the country sinks into a mire of apathy because society has been broken beyond repair, you’d be forgiving in thinking … Continue reading
From Yohei Fukuda, who directed the bikini-clad cowboy zombie flick Chanbara Beauty and was the cinematographer on the banned shocker Grotesque comes Tokyo Gore School. Popular student Fujiwara is set upon by a group of students one day without any … Continue reading