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Feature, Film Review

The Lovely Bones (2009)

A modern day Brothers Grimm? Quite possibly. The Lovely Bones is after all a surprisingly heart warming tale about serial killer and victim. The story describes how a family, but mainly a girl Susie Salmon the aforementioned victim, come to terms with her murder. It is a close, intimate tale […]


Lindsay Lohan tipped to play Deep Throat

An official announcement is expected at Cannes next week that Lindsay Lohan is set to play the star of the infamous 1972 porn film, Deep Throat, in a new biopic. For an actor whose every iffy career decision is gleefully reported in the tabloid press, it would appear to be […]


Spielberg to make film of ‘War Horse’

It is already a popular children’s book and a hit on the London stage. Now Steven Spielberg is taking War Horse to the big screen. The director saw the stage version in March, several months after he purchased the rights to Michael Morpurgo’s book last year. Yesterday, it was confirmed […]

Feature, Film Review

Alice in Wonderland (2010)

It all felt so, so right so where did it all go so, so wrong? One of my favourite directors (Tim Burton) bringing a version of my favourite story to the big screen with a lorryload of lush visuals and a suitably eclectic cast, I was ready to be transported […]


Henson Co. to make “Dark Crystal” sequel

The Jim Henson Company is to partner with Australian production outfit Omnilab Media to make “Power of the Dark Crystal,” a sequel to Henson’s 1982 fantasy hit “The Dark Crystal,” the companies confirmed Wednesday. “Daybreakers” directors Peter and Michael Spierig will helm the film, which is to be made in […]

Film Review

Cargo (2009)

At the annual Copenhagen film festival CPH:PIX, held in late April, one had the opportunity to see the recent Swiss (!) science fiction film Cargo. I took the opportunity, and I’m glad I did. Cargo was made on a quite low budget, but the visual dimension of the movie is […]

Film Review

Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of The Crystal Skull (2008)

Indiana runs into a desolate neighbourhood to try and escape the Authorities… There is silence everywhere, and then, a Fallout siren. He has just walked into a mock-up estate for nuclear arms testing. After creakily dashing around a house with 15 seconds till detonation, he happens to find a ‘Lead […]

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Feature, Film Review

Timecrimes (2007)

Next year there’s going to be an American remake of the 2007 Spanish time-travel thriller Los Cronocrímenes a.k.a. Timecrimes. It’s probably not going to live up to the original, which is a fantastic little piece of film-making and which I would therefore like to draw everyone’s attention to. The story, […]

DVD Review, Feature

House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

 A valiant effort from first time director Rob Zombie, House of 1000 Corpses does not quite hit its mark but gets close enough to keep us wanting more. It’s October 30, 1977 and a group of teenagers are traveling cross country to write a book about offbeat roadside attractions. On […]