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DVD review | John Carter – Taylor Kitsch bounds to glory as Edgar Rice Burroughs’ interplanetary warrior
Propelled from the world of Westerns into the realm of sci-fi, a Civil War veteran turns interplanetary warrior in John Carter, a rollicking fantasy adventure based on stories dreamed up a century ago by Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs. Former … Continue reading
DVD review | The Woman in Black – Daniel Radcliffe puts Harry’s ghost to rest with an eerie Gothic chiller
Daniel Radcliffe may have put the cares of Harry Potter behind him, but this chilling screen adaptation of Susan Hill’s hit ghost story The Woman in Black finds him once more contending with supernatural evil. Here he’s a widowed young … Continue reading
Before he created the iconic character of Tarzan, prolific pulp author Edgar Rice Burroughs dreamed up an even more fanciful hero – John Carter, a Confederate army captain turned interplanetary warrior whose exploits form the basis of this rollicking fantasy … Continue reading
Film review | The Woman in Black – Radcliffe strives to put Harry’s ghost to rest in this eerie Gothic chiller
Daniel Radcliffe may have put the cares of Harry Potter behind him to star in The Woman in Black, but this chilling screen adaptation of Susan Hill‘s hit ghost story finds him once more contending with supernatural evil. Again brimming … Continue reading
DVD review | Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy – John LeCarre’s classic spy thriller comes in from the cold in fine style
John Le Carré’s classic spy novel Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy becomes a feature film – and the result is a superbly clever, fiendishly gripping thriller that measures up to the iconic BBC TV series from 1979. In the lead role, … Continue reading
Film review | The Debt – Payback for a Nazi doctor. But should Mossad’s uneasy trio take the credit?
Former Mossad agents Rachel, Stefan and David are heroes in Israel for their roles in bringing down a Nazi war criminal, but was their long-ago mission really as clear-cut and triumphant as the history books relate? Based on the 2007 … Continue reading
John le Carré’s classic spy novel Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy gets brought to the big screen by Let the Right One In director Tomas Alfredson – and the result is a superbly clever, fiendishly gripping thriller that more than measures … Continue reading