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“I came here to have a serious discussion with you, not to be psychoanalysed,” complains Ethan Lightman (Thomas Mann) to his semi-estranged girlfriend Hannah (Nicola Peltz), about halfway through Anthony Scott Burns’ Our House. The line marks an important transition. For up until this point, Our House has followed young adult Ethan, his teenaged brother
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In the great tradition of the horror anthology, Nightmare Cinema is the newest entry in the sub-genre. With a wraparound story featuring Mickey Rourke as the ominous Projectionist, this international collection of shorts brings together some of the greatest talents of horror. ‘The Projectionist’ is directed by Mick Garris, who also contributed a short called
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“I’m an old soul.” Rachel (Rachel VanDuzer) blurts out these words in Justin McConnell’s Lifechanger to cover her strange declaration to fellow drinker Julia (Lora Blake) that she has been frequenting the bar since the Seventies. After all, young Rachel cannot possibly be a septuagenarian. She also, confusingly, introduces herself to Julia by a false
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The film will be a sequel to Shyamalan’s Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016), and is set to see Bruce Willis, Samuel L Jackson and James McAvoy reprise their roles as David Dunn, Mr Glass and Kevin Wendell Crumb respectively. You can read the synopsis for Glass here: From Unbreakable, Bruce Willis returns as David Dunn as does Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah
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“This is Johnny,” says local self-appointed gangster Shelton (Jonny Brugh), introducing his sister Kelly (Hetty Gaskell-Hahn) to one of his underling ‘boys’. “He’s bloody dynamic.” Orphaned John (Anton Tennet) really is dynamic. He may just be a small-time criminal in a small town – Thames, New Zealand, to be precise, where the biggest tourist attractions
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The first poster for Aquaman is the most majestic damn thing you’ve ever seen By Poppy-Jay Palmer 16-07-18 1,508 Click here to see full size. Try and tell us this isn’t the poster of an absolute hit. The first poster for Aquaman is probably the most majestic thing we’ve seen this year. Absolutely glorious. Does this
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Anya Taylor-Joy, George MacKay and Charlie Heaton star in horror mystery The Secret Of Marrowbone By Katherine McLaughlin 15-07-18 387 Released: Out now Certificate: 15 Director: Sergio G Sánchez Writer: Sergio G Sánchez Cast: George MacKay, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Mia Goth Distributor: Entertainment One If you like this, try… The Others Nicole Kidman stars
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Everything you need to know about Sam (Anders Danielsen Lie) is carefully laid out in the prologue to The Night Eats The World (La nuit a dévoré le monde) – the feature debut of director Dominique Rocher which he co-wrote with Jérémie Guez, and Guilaume Lemans. Returning one night to the Parisian apartment of his
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The Meg parodies Jaws in this wonderful new art poster By Poppy-Jay Palmer 13-07-18 5 Click here to see full size. You can read the synopsis for The Meg here: Jason Statham (Spy, Furious 7, The Expendables films) and award-winning Chinese actress Li Bingbing (Transformers: Age of Extinction, Forbidden Kingdom, The Message) star in the science fiction action thriller The Meg, directed
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Take a look at this exclusive new poster for Sicilian Ghost Story By Poppy-Jay Palmer 11-07-18 747 Click here to see full size. In anticipation of the release of Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza’s Sicilian Ghost Story on 3 August, we present you with this absolutely stunning new poster for the film. A gripping real-life story
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We always hoped Billy Dee Williams would find himself back in the big screen Star Wars saga. Happily, it’s just been announced that the actor is returning for Star Wars: Episode IX to reprise his role as Lando Calrissian. His involvement had been rumoured this week, what with Williams cancelling an appearance at an upcoming sci-fi fan convention,
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Everyone is in grave danger in this eerie new TV spot for The Meg By Poppy-Jay Palmer 06-07-18 608 You can read the synopsis for The Meg here: Jason Statham (Spy, Furious 7, The Expendables films) and award-winning Chinese actress Li Bingbing (Transformers: Age of Extinction, Forbidden Kingdom, The Message) star in the science fiction action thriller The Meg, directed by Jon
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With the third film in the lucrative horror franchise ending on the election of a Hillary Clinton-esque figure promising to cancel the Purge — the annual 12 hours of lawlessness in America where all crime is legal — the series could only look backwards. This prequel answers many of the questions that such an insane
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