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Popcorn is a hidden gem of 1990s horror cinema. It might have gone direct-to-video without passing Go and collecting £200, but that just makes it ripe for rediscovery and deserving of a second chance with fans of the genre. I...
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Notes on: Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Dr. Moreau
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productions are worth a thousand nightmares. So notorious are they, the details
of what went down can scarcely be believed. A fabled few bypass history all
together and bed down in mythology. Did it really happen? Was it that bad? There
are film-...
Some movie productions are worth a thousand nightmares. So notorious are they, the details of what went down can scarcely be believed. A fabled few bypass history all together and bed down in mythology. Did it really happen? ...
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The Town That Dreaded Sundown poster by Graham Humphreys

http://www.horrorflickers.com/2015/04/the-town-that-dreaded-sundown-retro.html
Poster designer Graham Humphreys is pretty much the greatest in his field. He mostly designs horror posters and many of them have become iconic promotional materials. Metrodome Group, who are promoting the forthcoming release...
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My FILM DIVIDER review of THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN

http://tinyurl.com/pkwcbse
I always find it to the benefit of a remake when the original isn’t very good or well known.…
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My review of BLADE RUNNER, set for rerelease on 3rd April across the UK

http://www.cine-vue.com/2015/03/film-review-blade-runner.html
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An Interview with Don't Look Now Cinematographer Tony Richmond
I thought I'd republish my interview with Tony Richmond, a British cinematographer who has worked on some really excellent cult horror movies: Don't Look Now, Ravenous, Candyman. This interview originally appeared in an issue of Scream magazine, in 2011. Th...
I thought I'd republish my interview with Tony Richmond, a British cinematographer who has worked on some really excellent cult horror movies: Don't Look Now, Ravenous, Candyman. This interview originally appeared in an issue...
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My review of Gente de bien. Opens Friday in the UK.

http://www.cine-vue.com/2015/04/film-review-gente-de-bien.html
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The Town That Dreaded Sundown Retro Poster By Graham Humphreys
Poster designer Graham Humphreys is pretty much the greatest in his field. He mostly designs horror posters and many of them have become iconic promotional materials. Metrodome Group, who are promoting the forthcoming release of the remake, The Town That Dr...
Poster designer Graham Humphreys is pretty much the greatest in his field. He mostly designs horror posters and many of them have become iconic promotional materials. Metrodome Group, who are promoting the forthcoming release...
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My review of ALIEN 3 for FILM DIVIDER 

http://tinyurl.com/lvr52db
Is Alien 3 really how 20th Century Fox and Sigourney Weaver wanted to end Ripley’s story, on such…
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Sharing my 10 Best Movies of the Decade So Far listicle. Have a read, yo!

http://illusion.scene360.com/art/76774/best-movies-the-decade/
Here we are, in the middle of the decade. What better time to look back at the previous five years and pick out ten movies that have impressed me the most? Lists of this nature are as much about personal preference as they are attempts at objectively celebrating the very best in cinema. That’s why...
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Frightfest: Directors Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kölsch on Starry Eyes and...
www.filmdivider.com

Starry Eyes, as written and directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, is the classic film industry…

Jupiter Ascending review
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Jupiter Ascending is the Wachowski siblings’ most ambitious film to date, where the virtual world of The Matrix…

BFI Cult: In The Mouth Of Madness by John Carpenter
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John Carpenter’s In the Mouth of Madness (1994) is the closing film of a loose trilogy taking as its narrative hook and theme ‘the end of th

Interview: Buddy Giovinazzo on A Night of Nightmares
www.horrorflickers.com

During Film4 FrightFest 2012 I sat down with Buddy Giovinazzo, the director of such films as Combat Shock (1984) and A Night of Nightmares (

Review: Tim Burton's Frankenweenie (2012)
www.horrorflickers.com

Making a return to animation film-making – and therefore to the very start of his career - reworking a short piece made at Disney in the mid

Review: Lucio Fulci's Zombie Flesh Eaters (1979)
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Lucio Fulci’s career was in the doldrums before he took on Zombie Flesh Eaters. He’d directed several gory and borderline-surreal gialli thr

“Man of Steel” (2013)
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Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy Director: Zack Snyder Writers: David S. Goyer (screenplay), David S. Goyer (story) and Christopher Nolan (

Movies Inspired by Fine Art
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Like the best kinds of creative relationships, fine art and cinema stimulate and draw from each other in equal measure. Both run deep in the

“Behind the Candelabra” (2013)
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Genre: Biography, Drama Director: Steven Soderbergh Writers: Richard LaGravenese (screenplay), Alex Thorleifson (book), Scott Thorson (book)

“Only God Forgives” (2013)
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Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller Director: Nicolas Winding Refn Writers: Nicolas Winding Refn Stars: Ryan Gosling, Kristin Scott Thomas, Yayayi

Thor: God Of Thunder, Lightning and Storms › Cinemart
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The Place Beyond The Pines – Review › Cinemart
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Taking A Gamble Beyond The Stars: Sci-Fi Casinos › Cinemart
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The Year of the Rat Pack › Cinemart
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The Look Of Love – Review › Cinemart
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Bernie – Review › Cinemart
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Top Ten Romantic Films Ever Made – My List › Cinemart
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