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Say Hello To Your Scarface 4K Blu-Ray Release

Scarface’s gritty depiction of Tony Montana’s lethal ambition has made it a cultural touchstone that spans generations. Now, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment commemorates the 1983 film’s release with the Scarface Gold Edition available on 4K Ultra HD for the first time ever, newly remastered Blu-ray™ and DVD on 21st October 2019. The physical releases include […]Read More

In New Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil Trailer Shows Her True

When peace is fragile anything can happen and in Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil, Maleficent cannot hold her peace second Trailer…Only reveal her true evil self! After the success of 2014 film, it was no surprise this sequel was coming,question was when? This autumn we will see this long awaited follow up, as Angelina Jolie and […]Read More

Disney’s Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Gets Its First Poster

If you love Disney‘s current streak of reinventing their classic animations into live action version, you’ll love Maleficent. Angelia Jolie’s titular character based on the wicked fairy from the studio’s classic Sleeping Beauty (1959). In 2014 Disney released the live version of the film which gave an more sympathetic look at the character intertwined with […]Read More

London Film Festival 2018 review – The Kindergarten Teacher (2018)

Hands up if your favourite teacher in the movies is one of the following. The inspirational John Keating (Robin Williams) in Dead Poets’ Society. The equally inspirational but dangerously misguided Jean Brodie (Maggie Smith) in The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie. The bogus Dewey Finn (Jack Black) in School Of Rock. Or Louanne Johnson (Michelle […]Read More

“Shut It Johnny!” – Watch New Murder On The Orient

Many call him ‘egotistical’ thanks to his passion to play characters absorbed in makeup. In the Murder On The Orient Express Johnny Depp, the man of many faces might have to keep his mouth shut in Newly released clip. Ahead of next month’s cinema release, 20th Century Fox Pictures has released a nice teaser which […]Read More

Jennifer Lawrence Not Alone In Mother! Teaser Trailer

With the full trailer set to be released next Tuesday 8th August Paramount Pictures step up the promotion for Darren Aronofsky‘s Mother! Very little is known about the Black Swan director’s latest movie apart from Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer starring in what looks like the director’s return to the horror […]Read More

DVD Review – The Family (2013)

You’d be forgiven – considering those involved – for mistakenly thinking that The Family (2103) would make for reasonably passable entertainment. Unfortunately this new comedy crime thriller, featuring Robert DeNiro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones, written and directed by Luc Besson and produced by Martin Scorsese – fails to live up to expectations. For […]Read More

Review – The Family

What on earth Robert De Niro was thinking when he thumbed through the script for this Luc Besson-helmed miasma, I can only speculate. The fact that he willingly stars in such dross, dross which inanely references De Niro’s own, vastly superior back catalogue, puts me firmly in mind of a man greedily eyeing up a […]Read More

Principal Photography Begins on Luc Besson’s Malavita

Principal photography begins today on EuropaCorp and Relativity’s comedic actioner Malavita directed by Luc Besson (Taken, Transporter) and starring Oscar®-Winner Robert De Niro (Limitless, Heat), Oscar®-Nominee Michelle Pfeiffer (Dark Shadows, People Like Us), Oscar®-Winner Tommy Lee Jones (No Country For Old Men, Men in Black), Dianna Agron (Glee, I Am Number Four) and John D’Leo […]Read More

Johnny Is Superfly In DARK SHADOWS Review

★★★☆☆ Tim Burton’s gang is at it again in the 70s soap opera reboot of Dark Shadows though one cannot help but ask: Why? Known to be rather campy, even in its time, Dark Shadows does not avoid this and takes it even further on the big screen. With elaborate sets and loud costumes, Burton […]Read More

Dark Shadows Review (2012)

★★★☆☆ Dark Shadows is Tim Burton’s latest film and it’s based on the legendary 70s cult Gothic soap opera but the film is played for laughs. I’ve not been fond of Tim Burton’s post-Big Fish with his version of Alice In Wonderland being the lowest point. The story starts in 1760 and it’s about Barnabas […]Read More

All About The Family, A Family Of Oddballs! Watch New

They can be happy bunch of people, sometimes they can be a miserable lot but in other occasions just simply weird like in the Collins Family from Dark Shadows. In this new featurette from the film from Yahoo! which takes a look at that dysfunctional bunch  of oddballs that make up the Collins family, delving […]Read More