It seems that with the spate of remakes in the last 5 years or so, Hollywood is dipping back into the 80’s once again and trying to better a much-loved classic. Short Circuit (and my personal favourite, Short Circuit 2) has been picked up by Dimensions films for a reboot, bringing back the naive but witty robot with a heart.
James Cameron is truly unsinkable, as Titanic 3D wins the Easter Weekend Box Office battle.
Waiting for some official marketing for Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained has been like waiting for some official marketing for Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. I say that because there's literally nothing else as agonising for me right now.
Okay, so I'm a couple of weeks late with this column, but to make it up to all you loyal readers (cough), please kindly accept this monster-sized edition. No, not in the Fassbender sense. Perverts...
Snow White and the Huntsman isn't due out for another three months but there's already speculative talk of a sequel filtering down from the bigwigs at Universal.
Joss Whedon has had a busy couple of years writing and directing Marvel's The Avengers, or Marvel's The Avengers Assemble as we're supposed to call it over here. So what does he do when on vacation? Make a low-budget, updated version of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, of course.
Murder by Decree is a Sherlock Holmes movie, something the marketing for this re-release is eager to point out following the increased interest in the great detective. However, this is not based on the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, instead this is a work of speculative fiction, dealing with the idea that Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (Christopher Plummer and James Mason, respectively) would investigate the Jack the Ripper killings.
New photos from Ridley Scott's highly anticipated Prometheus have surfaced, offering a closer look at what is set to be the sci-fi event of the summer.
After the death of his wife and child in fire, author Joseph Crone (Timothy Gibbs) travels to Barcelona to see his estranged brother and dying father, both former ministers who have alienated their congregations. Strangely, there's also the problem of ghostly apparitions showing up at 11:11pm outside their house and captured on video camera. As the days towards 11.11.11 tick away, Joseph becomes convinced that something evil comes his way.
This chiller from 'Splat Pack' writer-director and Saw veteran Darren Lynn Bousman is out on Monday 9 April and you can win one of three copies by entering our competition, below the jump.
This year is the 50th Anniversary of Italian comedy IL BOOM, by groundbreaking director Vittorio de Sica (Bicycle Thieves, Umberto D). To celebrate this, Studio Canal are releasing the film on DVD for the first time ever here in the UK on April 23rd and we have three copies to give away.
Giovanni (Alberto Sordi) lives far beyond his means to provide for his wife's bodily needs (Gianna Maria Canale). Nearly insolvent and terribly worried at the idea of losing his wife, he thinks of committing suicide when an ad gives him hope again: a rich man offers anyone able to give him one of his eyes a big amount of money.