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13th June 2013
When Alan’s radio station, North Norfolk Digital, is taken over by a new media conglomerate, it sets in motion a chain of events which see Alan having to work with the police to defuse a potentially violent siege. Will Alan talk round disgruntled colleague Pat Farrell? Will there be shots fired >>
12th June 2013
The title line above comes from a poem by Martin Niemöller published in a book (They Thought They Were Free) by Milton Mayer in 1955. In the full text it concisely deals with the slow creep rise of a fascist power (in this case the Nazis). If we have learned anything from history, it’s that we >>
6th June 2013
In the west, we got Lee Majors, who for 10 minutes back in 1970-whatsit had impressionable teenage boys dreaming of possessing their own bionic biceps and pneumatic nipples. In Japan, meanwhile, the man-machine entertainment option bar none was provided by Cyborg 009, an epically long-running manga >>
17th May 2013
Owen Shaw, incidentally, along with Luke Hobbs and Brian O’Conner, completes what is surely the dullest trio of character names in any blockbuster movie this side of Last of the Summer Wine Strikes Back. And in the unlikely event of that imagined old-fogeys-in-a-runaway-bathtub epic opening >>
12th May 2013
Energising us a frantic speeds between moments of tension, beauty and outright hilarity, with a wonderful homage to the Cargo cult tribes (look it up), Abrams has such faith in what he is doing, that he is starting his movie with what would be the climax of someone else's.
12th May 2013
After debuting in the Orizzonti strand of the 2012 Venice Film Festival, it also played in competition at London and Toronto, and in March it claimed the Best Film prize at Denmark’s answer to the Oscars, the Bodil Awards (matching the achievement of Lindholm’s prior directorial outing, prison >>
8th May 2013
Chimpanzee is the latest release from Disney's educational / nature side project, Disneynature. Made over the course of four years in Taï National Park by Alastair Fothergill, and Mark Linfield during the wet season it follows the early life of a young chimp living with his Mother in a small >>
1st May 2013
Interview with Mathieu Kassovitz, director of French classic, La Haine about his new movie ‘Rebellion’ with the thoughts of Steve Clarke.
23rd April 2013
With over a billion quid in the bank and critical notices so glowing they could have come straight outta Chernobyl, it certainly seemed like everyone and their aunt enjoyed the blockbuster action antics of Marvel’s Avengers Last Stand last year.
19th April 2013
What is the measure of success? What are the success barometers settings? Who decided them, and why? Is success really money? I don’t think it is. I think Truth is success. ‘Rebellion’ is Truth.
12th April 2013
Seven Psychopaths is out on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital Download from the 15th of April. We have three AWESOME Seven Psychopaths goodie bags to give away, containing the movie on DVD, a T-shirt, cool badges, and a limited edition pack of Seven Psychopaths playing cards). To enter our exclusive >>
12th April 2013
It’ll break Isaac Newton’s little heart but the whole gravity thing isn’t proving much of an immutable law for Ryan Gosling at the moment. The ex-Mickey Mouse Clubber only knows one direction, and that direction is as upwards ever upwards as a runaway hot air balloon.
5th April 2013
I have been a fan of Danny Boyle for a while, I love '28 Days Later' (although I switch off when the Eccleston occurs and that is between Eccleston and me). The trailer for Trance didn’t look like the usual kind of thing I go and see, but I was willing to give it a chance.