stephen king

DVD Review: STUCK IN LOVE Is Well Worth Your Time

  The world of movies isn’t what it used to be. The budgets of typical Hollywood movies have grown so vast, and their marketing has become so expensive that smaller, more interesting movies have been pushed aside so that these tent pole [...]

November 28, 2013

King, Bruckheimer, Murray And Cohen: Prophecy Or Coincidence?

Maybe it’s prophecy, or just coincidence – but Stephen King (66) Jerry Bruckheimer (70), Bill Murray (63) and Ethan Cohen (56) were all born on the same date (21st September). That’s an impressive group of talent to share a birthday. These men [...]

September 21, 2013

Book Review: JOYLAND By Stephen King

Stephen King’s latest novel is an absolute pleasure to read. A breezy tale set in the summer of 1973; Joyland follows Devin Jones, a broken hearted student as he works at the titular North Carolina amusement park. The book takes elements from a [...]

June 4, 2013

Book Review: Benjamin Percy’s RED MOON

Benjamin Percy’s Red Moon is an odd beast indeed. It’s a cross-genre piece that would put up a good fight to fit in almost every section of your local book shop. Horror sits side-by-side with teen romance, science fiction and drama. The book is [...]

May 24, 2013

DVD Review: Check Into The Overlook Hotel With ROOM 237

Fans of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining won’t want to miss Room 237, the documentary detailing the many ‘conspiracy theories’ behind the Stephen King adaptation. The film uses interviews from fans, scholars and journalists who offer up a [...]

March 9, 2013

Bryan Singer Returns To Direct X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST

I was somewhat saddened when Matthew Vaughn dropped directing duties on X-Men: Days Of Future Past (much like I was when he dropped out of Kick Ass 2), it looked like the good work he put into X-Men: First Class might go to waste if 20th Century Fox [...]

November 1, 2012

1999: A Movie Year In Review (Part Two)

Welcome to Part 2 of our 1999 Movie Retrospective. The final year of the last century was one hell of a cinematic ride and it offered some outstanding films for lovers of cinema. Now be aware that this is not a definitive list of the films released [...]

May 15, 2012

Ron Howard Offers Hope For THE DARK TOWER

Over the last year or so three big budget films from A-list filmmakers were put on hold by Hollywood studios due to their massive costs. The Lone Ranger had Johnny Depp starring as sidekick Tonto, with Jerry Bruckheimer producing and Gore Verbinski [...]

May 8, 2012

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