Film Review: Crimson Peak

Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak is a horror that combines a traditional gothic style with gore. The film is heavy on style, even if the substance slightly lacks. Edith Cushing is the daughter of a wealthy American businessman. When a mysterious English baronet and his sister come to town, Edith is beguiled by him. Her interest in Thomas Sharpe, however, […]

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Stuff To Look At

This week we have a clip from Pain & Gain, the Lovelace trailer, the Pacific Rim vault and the trailer for Filth… Pain & Gain I know American audiences saw the film a lifetime ago, but I am super excited to see Pain & Gain. Marky Mark, The Rock, the 90s setting! Above is a clip from the film. Pain […]

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Film Review: Pacific Rim

Wilfully silly but continually entertaining, Pacific Rim should satisfy audiences craving mindless blockbuster fun. In the near future, humanity comes under attack from aliens which rise from the ocean. To fight back, humans create giant robots to fend off the invaders. These are piloted by people such as Raleigh, who has seen his share of tragedy… Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific […]

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Trailer Round-Up

Plenty of new trailers this week, including The Call, The Frozen Ground,and Only God Forgives… The Call Halle Berry plays an emergency call operator in The Call. Also starring Abigail Breslin, film looks like a fast-paced thriller, from the trailer at least. It at least serves as a warning to always keep your phone adequately charged. The Call is out […]

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Film Review: Mama

From executive producer Guillermo del Toro, Mama is a suitably atmospheric horror. Unfortunately the film lacks genuine frights. When Lucas’ two young nieces disappear following an incident with their father, he never gives up hope of finding them. When they are found five years later having lived in the forest alone, Lucas and his girlfriend Annabel are tasked with raising […]

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Stuff To Look At

A feast of trailers and images. A feast for the eyes, I say. Whether it is horror, Disney animation, or crime thriller, there is something here for everyone… Monsters University I want to go to Monsters University! Human universities are so boring in comparison. A prequel to Monsters Inc., Monsters University tells the story of how Sully and Mike met […]

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