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THE STORY While looking for two missing teenagers around Lost River Lake, rookie investigator Maggie McKeown (The Sound of Music‘s Heather Menzies) and her anti-social guide (Compulsion‘s Bradford Dillman) stumble on a secret military base where they accidentally let loose … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who entered into our The Hole competition, and congratulations to Amanda Hoyland from Oxon who wins a copy of the Blu-ray, a signed poster and goodie bag. The four runners-up, who each get themselves a goody bag, … Continue reading
Grown Ups Arrested Development… This reunion comedy sees Adam Sandler and a bunch of his Saturday Night Live chums as old friends hooking up for a wake for their high-school basketball coach. If you can see this, then you might … Continue reading
This competition has now closed. After two brothers, Dane (Massoglia) and Lucas (Nathan Gamble), discover a bottomless hole in the basement of their eerie new home, they set about exploring the strange phenomenon – aided by their outspoken next door … Continue reading
When anybody mentions Joe Dante’s name to me, my youth flashes before my eyes as Piranha, The Howling, Gremlins (true classics of their genres) and Twilight Zone: The Movie all came out when I was in college studying film. Being … Continue reading