Having become awestruck by blockbuster of the 90’s, Ben jumped at the chance to study film studies at college and has since decided to develop his writing. Although he works in publishing, Ben set up his own film review blog, allowing him to express his fondness for film. Favourites – Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock is a legend!), Scream, Pan’s Labyrinth.
A young, popular and talented actress can’t go without a second-rate horror/thriller on their résumé; it’s got to happen at some point in their career. Unfortunately for Jennifer Lawrence, that time is now.
After chemical warfare destroyed a vast amount of the planet, Earth is divided into two territories – UFB (United Federation of Britain) and the Colony. Bored with life as an UFB factory worker, Douglas Quaid (Colin Farrell) visits Rekall, a company that provides artificial memories for its clients. However, when his implantation doesn’t go according to plan Quaid discovers he’s an actual spy. With his wife, Lori (Kate Beckinsale), suddenly trying to kill him and a swarm of robotic forces trying to invade the Colony, Quaid goes on the run to find out who he is and why he doesn’t have a recollection of his past.
Spielberg – a man with a very diverse résumé and someone who’s no stranger to the science fiction genre. Having finished action adventure Indiana Jones in the early eighties, Spielberg returned to sci-fi with a very specific idea in mind: forming a friendship between a human and an unearthly creature.
She only gained public attention four years ago with the smash hit "I Kissed A Girl”, but, aided by her glitzy persona, Katy Perry has come to dominate the pop world with two highly successful albums and has made history with five number one singles from the same studio album - a first for a female artist. Now she has a film on her hands and a touching one at that.