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DVD Review: Nordic Noir PIONEER Goes Deep Into The Abyss

Pioneer is a tense Norwegian thriller which once again shows that Nordic Noir continues to lead the way when it comes to edge of your seat dramas. Using the real-life North Sea gas exploration in the 1970s as a stepping stone, Erik Skjoldbjærg’s [...]

August 5, 2014

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

Steven Spielberg Sees Sense And Delays ROBOPOCALYPSE

I think we can all agree that it’s good news that Steven Spielberg has postponed production on Robopocalypse. The science fiction actioner, set to star the interesting combination of Chris Hemsworth, Anne Hathaway and new Q, Ben Whishaw was [...]

January 12, 2013

Review: ALIEN 3 Is A Cinematic Failure

I want to enjoy David Fincher’s Alien 3, but I have to admit that it is a failure. Sure, a few things work, like the Alien-o-vision, the visuals and score, but apart from that it’s a disappointing endeavour that fails to live up to the films [...]

June 3, 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

48 FPS Vs 24 FPS: The Battle Begins With THE HOBBIT

Last week Peter Jackson unveiled ten minutes of footage from his forthcoming two-part adaptation of The Hobbit at the Las Vegas Cinemacon. To say that there was a mixed reaction would be an understatement-not because of the film looked bad, but [...]

April 29, 2012

Baftas 2010

In recent years the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards (or BAFTA) has come into its own as an award show. In the past it was seen as a poor relation to the Oscars, but with a switch in date – that has set the BAFTA before its [...]

April 9, 2012

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