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Paul Thomas Anderson’s Short Trailer Anima Best Played Loud

Thom Yorke’s musical pedigree speaks for itself as an solo artist but also as the frontman for Radiohead. ‘Experimental’ is a popular word you could use to describe his work which includes film scores. Apart from last year’s Suspiria remake score, it’s been five years since his last solo (Tomorrow Modern Boxes). Now  in  July […]Read More

Win Phantom Thread On DVD Starring Daniel Day-Lewis

Three-time Oscar® winner Daniel Day-Lewis earns his sixth Academy Award® nomination as Reynolds Woodcock, the fastidious and controlling fashion designer whose glamorous and carefully tailored life is disrupted by love in Phantom Thread, arriving on Digital, Blu-rayTM, DVD and On Demand on June 18, 2018, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Daniel Day-Lewis reunites with multi-Oscar® […]Read More

Film Review – Phantom Thread (2017)

It’s the second collaboration between Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis.  And, for what he says will be his last appearance on screen, he’s invested even more of himself than usual in Phantom Thread – as Anderson’s writing partner on the screenplay.  It all adds up to going out on the proverbial high, in an […]Read More

There Will Be Thread…Watch Phantom Thread First Trailer

In 2007 Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis struck it lucky in There Will Be Blood, a movie etched in cinematic folklore in many critics (and cinephiles hearts). 2017 We work together for one final time in Phantom Thread, oil is replaced by 1950’s couture. A renowned dressmaker whose life turned upside thanks to a […]Read More

Inherent Vice – Interview with the cast

  Inherent Vice hit UK cinemas last Friday and has been met, for the most part, with audience and critical acclaim. To celebrate the release, Warner Bros. Pictures have sent us an interview with the cast. The only film adaptation of a Thomas Pynchon novel, Inherent Vice tells the story of drug-fuelled private detective, Doc Sportello. Doc’s […]Read More

Film Review – Inherent Vice (2015)

Few filmmakers have Paul Thomas Anderson’s ability to excite Pseuds Corner-bothering adulation from moviegoers and commentators with the degree of consistency he has shown over recent years. Given his near-perfect track record, if a new movie by the director of There Will Be Blood, The Master and Magnolia ever fails to stamp its authority on […]Read More

Watch Brand New Clips Plus Posters For Inherent Vice

After the  early critical success Stateside for Paul Thomas Anderson‘s Inherent Vice the film is less now only 5 weeks from it’s UK cinematic release and if your not excited already maybe these new clips may help raise the levels. The first clip entitled ‘Maybe You Shouldn’t Be Driving Then’  Doc (Joaquin Phoenix) get’s pulled over […]Read More

Paranoia is high in new UK trailer for Inherent Vice

One of the most-anticipated films of the upcoming film year, Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice has a new UK trailer and it looks rather good indeed.  Despite being tipped as one of the big contenders come award season, following yesterday’s announcement, Inherent Vice only came away with one Golden Globe nomination, which saw Joaquin Phoenix get a […]Read More

Inherent Vice gets a new poster

The much-anticipated film Inherent Vice gets a new poster, depicting the vast cast mimicking Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper.  Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson (Magnolia, There Will Be Blood), and based on the novel by Thomas Pynchon, Inherent Vice sets to be one of the must-see films of the coming months, already receiving critical acclaim at its […]Read More

Oscar Winning Actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman Dies

Sunday is not usually a day of news  however sad news has filtered through the regular movie news channels and frankly we’re lost for words. Oscar winning actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman has died aged 46. Mr Hoffman was found dead in his Manhattan, New York apartment  where the reports are stating the actors suspected death […]Read More

The Master DVD Review

Come one come all and lend your ears to Paul Thomas Anderson for the master has arrived and he demands your attention. More than any of this years releases, the director’s follow-up to 2007’s There Will Be Blood has had critics and fans alike flocking to the alter of ‘The Cause’ and laying worship at […]Read More