Trailer: I, Daniel Blake

Ken Loach picked up the top prize in Cannes, but don’t be fooled – this is not a high end drama filled with obvious production value. Rather I, Daniel Blake is a raw reality check of the vicious welfare circle in Britain as one man finds himself signing on after decades in trade. Watch the trailer…

Horror Cinema Over the Years

Originally posted on alyssagrimley:
I’ll be the first to brand myself a weenie when it comes to spooky stuff, but relatively recently, I’ve become more fascinated with the horror genre. I think it’s the psychological aspect of it that intrigues me. Why do we fear what we fear? What part of what scares us is…

The Future of Horror Part II: The Demon Nun film!

Originally posted on The Graveyard Machine:
THE DEMON NUN FROM THE CONJURING 2 IS GETTING A SOLO FILM! I love being right when being right means I am right about something amazing! That something amazing broke earlier today when Hollywood Reporter announced that James Wan and Peter Safran will be producing a Demon Nun spinoff!…

10 Things I Hate About: Film

Originally posted on Laidig's Broadway:
Prepare for a half-serious rendition that in no way address the actual problems facing film. There will be swears. 1. Vapid trailers. Usually apparent Oscar contenders. You know the ones, where you learn nothing but the title and who’s in it: “The Film. A tour de force, stunning, film…

“And the nominees are…”

Originally posted on 24 Masterpieces Per Second:
? I’ve been nominated for an award, for blogging! And here I thought I haven’t written nearly enough in the last few months to be considered a real blogger. However, it really means something to be nominated by bloggers you follow yourself. I was nominated by Film Music Central, who…

Trailer: The Duel

Check out the trailer for Lionsgtate’s The Duel – a western/thriller type thing with the guy who’s marrying Miley Cyrus and that other guy who survived The Hunger Games. What do you think? It’s out in the US from 24th June 2016.

20 of the Best Elisha Cook Jr. Films

He was the go-to guy when Hollywood needed a patsy, a fall guy, and he did it with class and dignity, no matter how small the part was.  Starting out in vaudeville at the early age of 14, he eventually made his way to the big screen, he starred opposite Lana Turner in Her Unborn…

Teaser Trailer: Moana

Disney’s Moana has been on the slate for a while, and looks certain to live up to its preceding reputation. We don’t want to ruin it because we know how you Disney fans can get around these things, so just watch and enjoy. Moana arrives in the UK from 2nd December 2016.

Trailer: The Hard Stop

Following the shooting of unarmed Mark Duggan in 2011, some of the worst riots ever seen were triggered across Britain and filmmaker George Amponsah has spent the last two years interviewing those affected. The Hard Stop is a documentary that looks from the perspective of those compelled to act out against the law because they feel…

5 Best &5 Worst Movies of 2016 – So Far

Originally posted on Unusual Motion Pictures:
BEST OF 2016 SO FAR It’s almost half of the year behind our backs and it’s the right moment to reflect on what we’ve seen so far in 2016. This list is made of movies that were given the distribution in the cinemas in Poland. 5. El Clan The killer…

Review: Mother’s Day (2016)

Director: Gary Marshall Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Jason Sudeikis Release Date: 10th June 2016 (UK) Completing his ‘holiday trilogy’, Pretty Woman director Garry Marshall follows Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve with another inoffensive ensemble rom-com. Fresh off her acclaimed Oscar-snubbed performance in Cake, Jennifer Aniston goes back to type as the single mom with two sons, something we are reminded of…

Character Analysis: Terence Fletcher

Originally posted on Let's Write, Shall We?:
“I was there to push people beyond what’s expected of them. I believe that’s an absolute necessity”. – Terence Fletcher Throughout life, you meet multiple individuals who somehow guide you to reach your goals. Whether it’s short term or long term goals, there’s always that one person…

Sunspring: a short film written by an algorithm

Originally posted on Sockrotation:
Sunspring Movie written by algorithm turns out to be hilarious and intense: Ars is excited to be hosting this online debut of Sunspring, a short science fiction film that’s not entirely what it seems. Benjamin is an LSTM recurrent neural network, a type of AI that is often used for text…

Review: In The Mood For Love (2000)

Director: Kar-Wai Wong Starring: Tony Chiu Wai Leung, Maggie Cheung, Ping Lam Siu Release Date: 27th October 2000 (UK) Watching In The Mood For Love is like browsing through an art gallery of beautiful color photographs, but in this case, the images are gracefully in motion. I bet even the storyboards for this film are precise and artistic….

X-Men: Apocalypse does not suck… it’s just O.K.

Originally posted on Coffee and a Movie:
Since X-Men: Apocalypse was released in the U.K. it had been hit by a storm of bad reviews.  Scoring a disastrous 47% on Rotten Tomatoes, it is the second lowest rated X-Men film to date, just above X-Men Origins: Wolverine, which sits at 38%. You can probably blame the reviews for…

Review: Money Monster (2016)

Director: Jodie Foster Starring: George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Jack O’Connell Release Date: 27th May 2016 (UK) Jodie Foster has come a long way from her Bugsy Malone days. Most will know her as the Oscar winning actress in Silence of the Lambs, though she has spent recent years working behind the camera. Money Monster is the culmination of her efforts, offering…

The Top 10 Stunt Actors in Hollywood

Action scenes are designed to excite and shock an audience – as voyeurs we are taken on a thrilling and thought provoking ride without leaving the comfort of our seats. Left in awe, we marvel at the dazzling actors and actresses who are playing out our wildest fantasies (and sometimes nightmares) on the screen in…