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Seven Psychopaths follows Hollywood screenwriter Marty (Colin Farrell) as he gets caught up in murderous mayhem after his actor friend Billy (Sam Rockwell) decides to help him with his latest project – a movie about psychopaths. Things get really dangerous, … Continue reading
DVD review | Seven Psychopaths – Colin Farrell discovers a cure for writer’s block, that may kill him!
Seven Psychopaths, writer-director Martin McDonagh’s follow-up to his Oscar-nominated debut In Bruges is another gleefully dark comedy thriller featuring gabby killers, wickedly funny dialogue and moments of shocking violence. Colin Farrell’s Martin (note the name) is a boozy Hollywood screenwriter … Continue reading
Rise of the Guardians Team effort… Legends unite in this animated adventure, which sees Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny and the Sandman join forces to protect children around the world from the sinister intentions of an evil … Continue reading
Film review | Seven Psychopaths – Martin McDonagh puts Colin Farrell’s boozy writer through the wringer
Playwright turned filmmaker Martin McDonagh follows up his Oscar-nominated debut film In Bruges with Seven Psychopaths, another gleefully dark comedy thriller featuring gabby killers, scabrously funny dialogue and moments of shocking violence. Played by Colin Farrell and pointedly called Marty, … Continue reading
This year’s BFI London Film Festival has a new head and a new look. Australian Clare Stewart has succeeded the LFF’s legendary festival director Sandra Hebron and will be up on stage on Wednesday 10th October to introduce the opening … Continue reading
Film review | The Guard – Good cop, bad cop, stupid or smart? Brendan Gleeson’s garda keeps you guessing
After the success of 2008’s In Bruges, here’s The Guard, another wickedly dark, Irish-accented comedy thriller from a writer-director named McDonagh. At the helm this time is John Michael McDonagh and he lives up to younger brother Martin’s feature debut … Continue reading
Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire has just gathered another clutch of awards, picking up a trio of highly coveted RAFAs. What on earth are RAFAs, you ask. Well, not to be confused with Razzies, or, indeed, a Spanish tennis player, these … Continue reading