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Dan Gilroy and Gyllenhaal envisioned Lou Bloom (Nightcrawlers Protagonist) as a coyote who wandered into LA at night. I saw him more as a serpent that sprung from the bordering desert sands and realized an opportunity to thrive in the big bad city.
From the day that the Universal Monster Cinematic Universe was announced I was excited for it, I always loved Dracula and The Invisible Man as a kid and the thought of those two parts of my childhood being in the same film gives me goosebumps. And for this reason Dracula Untold was highly anticipated film for me, and for the most part it didn't let me down.
It takes a special kind of cynic to practice the modern news slant towards local violence because in a world where crime is going down and the reporting of it is going drastically up one can only see the tactic as the packaging of fear as a product to be consumed. And what is Fear?
"The Borderlands" provides evidence that an IMDb score isn't necessarily a guarantee that a film is bad or excellent. I've seen movies that had a low score there and still surprised me. This would-be horror still gets an exceptionally high score, but I found it depressingly bad.
The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre was perhaps the most violent film of the time in the 1970s for the first of its genre that tackled the nature of serial killers and psychopaths in a very gritty and disturbing manner that exceeded the manner of horror Hitchcock depicted in Psycho the decade before.
Hugo is a family movie that has the look and feel of a fantasy story, yet it is not. You won't find magical spells, mythical creatures, fantastic lands, or the like in this movie, nor will you see science-fiction elements like artificial intelligence, robots, and spaceships. Rather, it's a story that is set in the real world, in 1930s Paris. But don't let that discourage you.
It’s directed by Henry Selick, Caroline Thompson wrote the screenplay, and Danny Elfman absolutely owns the singing voice of Jack Skellington, as well as the fantastic score and songs, but at the end of the day, it’s Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas. Two classic holiday movies for the price of one!
As opposed to the first installment, which had a much more meandering pace, this one moves along quite nicely. The premise is well conceived and has a much better structure.
It's Halloween time, so I've decided to watch some Halloween films of the non-scary variety. Idle Hands may not be a terrible movie, but it's also not all that memorable. There doesn't seem like too much of a purpose to it all.
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Our latest poll wanted to check the impact of the latest Planet of the Apes movie, by asking you what was your favourite movie in the franchise.
You gave us your answers, and the results were quite surprising...
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Mad Max: Fury Road
Mad Max returns to our screens in 2015 with Mad max: Fury Road. Tom Hardy takes over the lead role of Max from Mel Gibson, and Charlize Theron stars as the Imperator Furiosa in what has been described as one giant car chase.
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Michael Keaton returns to our screens as an ageing actor, once famous for playing the role of an iconic superhero, mounts his comeback in a Broadway play featuring the return of Birdman!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Fourteen years after the release of the original movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles gets its very own reboot for 2014. Now stop reading and enjoy this awesome trailer.
The Expendables 3
Barney and his team of Expendables are back in the latest adventure. Jam packed with action stars of past and present, the team need to confront a ghost from Barney's past, who Barney had thoguht he had killed years ago.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
The conclusion of The Hobbit Trilogy is finally upon us. Bilbo and company have reclaimed the Lonely Mountain, but in the process unleashed the Dragon Smaug. Also the treasure is bringing its own problems.
A lost Ninja Clan must battle their way up an underground nuclear bunker filled with hordes of mutants, zombies and supernatural enemies if they want to survive, in a ninja's vs zombies remake of The Warriors.