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White Reindeer

In 2011 director Zach Clark began a Kickstarter campaign to finance his fourth feature film. Within 52 days, the campaign reached its goal of $33,500, and White Reindeer was born. Written, directed and produced by Clark, White Reindeer tells the story of Suzanne Barrington, an estate agent living in Washington with her husband. As Christmas […]

The Oscars: What to Expect in 2015

Around this time each of the last two years I have, perhaps all too casually, crowned the year, “the best year for movies in our lifetime.” Given that I was deeply embedded in diapers at the time, I never take 1994 into consideration, a year that has come to be legend in cinematic circles. But […]

Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Believe the hype?

In 2009 J.J Abrams revitalised the Star Trek franchise with a fantastic cast, strong storyline and copious amounts of lens flare. Happily the movie in question was a huge success, commercially doubling its budget. ‘Star Trek’ (2009), to the benefit all cinema-goers, was also a critical success. The reason for the vast majority of the […]

There’s Something About Susan

When Susan Boyle peacocked onto the Britain’s Got Talent stage in 2009 and proclaimed herself the next Elaine Paige, the nation sneered. And when the West Lothian lass suggestively informed Simon Cowell that such ambition was just ‘one side of her’, the nation recoiled. But when the clamour subsided and she sang the first euphonious […]

The Joker Returns

On October 15th Warner Brothers Pictures and DC Comics announced their massive film slate for the next six years. Following the model of the Marvel Universe, Warner Bros. and DC will be unveiling two films each year, ranging from independent character films, such as ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘The Flash’, to ensemble epics like ‘Justice League’ […]

Adaptation Psycho: Brett Easton Ellis and Fidelity

When it comes to cinematic adaptations of literary works, fidelity has long been a contentious issue for fans of the original text. If it be grumbles over Daniel Radcliffe’s eye colour in Harry Potter or outrage at Will Smith’s sappy self-sacrifical ending in I Am Legend, fidelity expectant fans are rarely happy. Despite the transfer […]

Does Hulk deserve a solo film?

Just over a week ago Marvel Studios held an event to announce Phase 3 of their Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Both Captain America and Thor are getting third acts, while Doctor Strange, Black Panther (to be played by Chadwick Boseman) and Captain Marvel will be joining the Avengers for the Infinity War Parts I & […]

Four More Tears? The Return of Toy Story

In 2010, Toy Story 3, the apparent final chapter in the Woody and Buzz saga, was the highest grossing film in the world, raking in over two hundred and fifty million pounds. That February it went on to earn five nominations at the Academy Awards, including Best Picture, a rare feat for an animated film, […]

Clint Eastwood on ‘Jersey Boys’

Mr. Eastwood, what led you to decide to make Jersey Boys your next film? CLINT EASTWOOD: It seemed like something to do. [Laughs] It’s funny because I hadn’t seen the play, but I had heard a lot about it over the years, and somebody said, ‘Would you be interested in doing that?’ And I said, […]

Can Michael Bay do subtlety?

Famous for the Transformers franchise and the recent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, Michael Bay is reportedly in talks to direct and produce a movie about the attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya. While details are scarce, the movie will be based on the book ’13 Hours’ written by Mitchell Zukoff. In the book […]



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