After the first (frankly stunning) official image of Angelina Jolie as Maleficent was released, it was inevitable that we’d be flooded with set pics. And here they are!
The cool and spooky The Innkeepers, directed by Ti West (House Of The Devil) and starring Sara Paxton, Pat Healy and Kelly McGillis, is available on DVD and Blu-ray on 25th June.
And we have three copies to give away.
After over one hundred years of service, The Yankee Pedlar Inn is shutting its doors for good. The last remaining employees - Claire (Sara Paxton) and Luke (Pat Healy)- are determined to uncover proof of what many believe to be one of New England's most haunted hotels.
As the Inn’s final days draw near, odd guests check in as the pair of minimum wage "ghost hunters" begin to experience strange and alarming events that may ultimately cause them to be mere footnotes in the hotel’s long unexplained history.
Hobson's Choice (1954) came at a transitional point in David Lean's illustrious career. The intimate but enduring masterpieces of his early period – Brief Encounter, the Dickens adaptations – were behind him, and he had yet to blossom into the director of those elegant Cinemascope epics such as The Bridge on the River Kwai and Lawrence of Arabia for which he is still best known to the general public.
Pacific Rim is del Toro's sci-fi action epic, set in a world where giant monsters (called "kaiju") ravage the planet and the only line of defence is human-piloted giant robots. That noise you're hearing right now is every fanboy on the planet having an orgasm. It's a little awkward.
Lebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki follows up her debut Caramel with Where Do We Go Now? As with her first feature, Labaki again notches up a cinematic trifecta, co-writing the script she would go on to direct and star in. With an odd mix of comedy and drama, with a touch of musical flare thrown in for flavour, Where Do We Go Now? highlights the strife inflamed by religion in a small Lebanese village. Labaki makes a powerful, if uneven, statement about the absurdity of the divisions faith can create within an otherwise close-knit community.
Ahead of the Autumn release of Tim Burton’s stop motion animation Frankenweenie, Disney have released a series of images and short biographies of the central characters.
Kit Harington, best known for his role as Jon Snow in HBO’s violent medieval fantasy hit Game Of Thrones, has signed on to lend his vocal talents to the sequel to DreamWorks’ animated smash How To Train Your Dragon.
Almost inevitably after the success of this year’s big screen reboot of The Muppets, movie rights have been snapped up for the other most famous showcase of the work of Jim Henson: Sesame Street.
Noted horror director and heavy metal musician Rob Zombie is to shift away from his traditional focus on genre cinema to write, direct and produce Broad Street Bullies, a drama based on the famous Philadelphia Flyers hockey team of the 1970s.