A belated sixth entry in the killer doll horror franchise Child’s Play has been announced, with Curse Of Chucky set for a direct-to-DVD release.
The first teaser poster for the new live-action adaptation of the Paddington Bear book series has been released, showing Paddington in, presumably, the station with which he shares a name.
Troubled tiger-blooded actor Charlie Sheen is to appear in forthcoming action sequel Machete Kills, according to director Robert Rodriguez on Twitter. And just wait until you hear who he’s playing…
A new image of Leonardo DiCaprio as evil plantation owner Calvin Candie, in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming Django Unchained, has surfaced online and is doing the rounds on Tumblr.
To go with the shiny new trailer that escaped from captivity earlier this week, a new poster for kidnap 'em up sequel Taken has appeared on the internet today.
To celebrate the Monday 25th release of the first season of acclaimed TV drama Friday Night Lights, we’ve got some special posters/postcards and three copies of Peter Berg’s Friday Night Lights feature film to give away.
Currently showing on Sky Atlantic, Friday Night Lights has been lauded for its realistic portrayal of small town America and the deep personal exploration of its central characters. The launch pad for man of the moment Taylor Kitsch (Battleship, X-Men Origins, John Carter), Emmy-winning Kyle Chandler (Grey’s Anatomy, King Kong, Super 8), TV favourite Connie Britton (24, The West Wing) and the beautiful Minka Kelly (500 Days of Summer). With stand-out supporting roles from Amy Teegarden (90210, Scream 4), Jesse Plemons (Paul, Battleship) Zach Gilford (Greys Anatomy) and Adrianne Palicki (Supernatural); the first season draws you into the heart of the action, the Pilot episode alone setting the bar for five unflinching and absorbing seasons.
The current state of the romcom is epitomised by mediocrity and bewildering commercial success. Cashing in on ‘all-star’ casts or burning out with lazy fart jokes, the romcom has almost stopped trying altogether. Hope, though, is never too far off. Overseen by Judd Apatow, The Five-Year Engagement reunites the team behind the recent Muppets movie and the delightful Forgetting Sarah Marshall as Jason Segel takes up writing (and acting) duties with Nicholas Stoller in the director’s chair.
The latest in UK distributor StudioCanal's series of Studio Ghibli Blu-ray rereleases, in which they lovingly dust off and restore the animation studio's back catalogue to pristine hi-def condition, Tales From Earthsea arrives boasting the standard levels of Ghibli visual splendour and wonderment, but lacks a certain level of heart in its stolid and uninvolving story.
Fans of linear narrative turn away now, this is no place for you. Reflecting on Buñuel’s classic The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie feels a lot like thinking about a dream. The harder you reach for a clear chronology and a simple meaning the more elusive they become.