Month: May 2018

“The world is large and unknowable,” Keith (William Jackson Harper) tells Jessica (Rebecca Henderson). “No one ever really knows anything.” While obsessive Jessica conducts biological and genetic field research in a tented laboratory, hoping to find a “a previously uncharacterised element, genetic, environmental or otherwise – one that might change the way we view our
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Superman prequel Krypton gets a Season 2 from Syfy By Poppy-Jay Palmer 23-05-18 1,743 It might not have hit UK TV screens yet, but it sounds as though Syfy’s Superman prequel series Krypton has been a hit with US fans: the network has already renewed the series for Season 2. The renewal was an easy decision
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Gruesome Argentinian creature feature Murder Me, Monster is not for the faint of heart By Katherine McLaughlin 22-05-18 892 Released: TBA Certificate: TBA Director: Alejandro Fadel Writer: Alejandro Fadel Cast: Esteban Bigliardi, Francisco Carrasco, Tania Casciani Distributor: TBA If you like this, try… Possession A revolting horror about the end of a relationship starring Isabelle
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Mamoru Hosoda returns with magical coming of age tale Mirai By Katherine McLaughlin 21-05-18 561 Released: TBA Certificate: TBA Director: Mamoru Hosoda Writer: Mamoru Hosoda Cast: Haru Kuroki, Moka Kamishiraishi, Gen Hoshino Distributor: Anime Ltd. and National Amusements If you like this, try… When Marnie Was There Enchanting Studio Ghibli coming-of-age tale that plays with
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You absolutely must catch the 70mm re-release of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001 By Martyn Conterio 18-05-18 875 Released: 18 May 2018 Certificate: U Director: Stanley Kubrick Writer: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C Clarke Cast: Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, Douglas Rain, Leonard Rossiter Distributor: Warner Bros If you like this, try… Interstellar Christopher Nolan’s own attempt at sci-fi
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Lawrence Fowler’s Curse of the Witch’s Doll has been picked up by Pinewood-based High Fliers Films, in a pre-Cannes deal for all UK rights. The feature debut of Wales-born Lawrence Fowler, Curse of the Witch’s Doll was shot in Northampton, and like David de Coteau’s Puppet Master III: Toulon’s Revenge (1991), Andrew Jones’ The Toymaker
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HBO update Ray Bradbury’s classic for the digital age with this star-studded TV movie By Rory O’Connor 16-05-18 169 Released: 19 May 2018 (US), 20 May 2018 (UK) Certificate: NA Director: Ramin Bahrani Writer: Ramin Bahrani, Amir Naderi Cast: Michael B Jordan, Michael Shannon, Sofia Boutella Distributor: HBO Films, Sky Atlantic If you like this,
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Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake has a release date and some new images By Poppy-Jay Palmer 15-05-18 639 Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake finally has a release date. You can now expect to catch the film in cinemas on 2 November 2018. In addition to the news, Suspiria has also treated us to some new images, featuring Dakota Johnson as ballet
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It sounds as though The CW’s Charmed reboot is going well: after being in development for a while, the show has finally been given a full series order. The network’s description of the show is as follows: This fierce, funny, feminist reboot of the original series centres on three sisters in a college town who discover they are
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Three archeologists explore our future in Yorgos Zois’ Third Kind By Katherine McLaughlin 13-05-18 60 Certificate: NA Director: Yorgos Zois Writer: Yorgos Zois Cast: Alexandros Vardaxoglou, Effi Rabsilber, Nikos Hanakoulas Distributor: TBA If you like this, try… Close Encounters Of The Third Kind Richard Dreyfuss stars as a believer in Steven Spielberg’s classic science fiction
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The latest film from the author of Let The Right One In blends rom-com, grotesquerie and bizarre fairy-tale By Katherine McLaughlin 11-05-18 934 Certificate: TBA Director: Ali Abbasi Writer: Ali Abbasi, Isabella Eklöf Cast: Eva Melander, Eero Milonoff, Viktor Åkerblom Distributor: TBA If you like this, try… Men And Chicken Mads Mikkelsen stars in a
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Prepare to witness the Dark Knight, alongside many of his most famed allies and infamous foes, in an eye-popping anime display you’ve never seen before when Warner Bros. Japan, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment present BATMAN NINJA. To celebrate its release onto Blu-Ray™ Steelbook, Blu-Ray™ and DVD May 14 we’re giving away a Blu-ray™ copy
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A year after Julia Ducournau’s Raw shocked audiences the world over with its bold and darkly comic story of hereditary cannibalism, another French first-time director is behind one of this year’s best and most original genre films. Coralie Fargeat’s Revenge updates the controversial rape-revenge movie for the 21st century, with a feminist perspective that goes
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