Danny Boyle did it. John Woo did it. Fed up with the Hollywood system they went to their original country of origin and made a fantastic five-star film their way. This week we’re celebrating the genius that is the crazed Dutchman known as Paul Verhoeven and what a difference coming home can have – welcome […]
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There is nothing wrong with celebrating our heroes by recreating their legacy through film. Race is another sports biopic that delivers strong enough performances matching scenes recreating important events in history, with an ending featuring ‘wrap it up’ text over photos of the real people involved. It is simple enough to admire, but falls in […]
This was a fun one. Seth Meyers was the moderator of this panel and was fantastic at that. The guests of this panel were vast and included Gwendoline Christie, Sophie Turner, Alfie Allens, David Nutter, John Bradley, Maisie Williams, Carolyn Strauss, Conleth Hill (more on him later) Liam Cunningham, Natalie Dormer and Carice Van Houten, […]
Black Death is the latest film acquired by Magnolia Home Entertainment and its Magnet (genre pictures) releasing company. I’m starting to be a really big fan of these offerings. They’re usually shot overseas independently and then the domestic rights are bought up. Cool! Black Death had already been released in Europe on Blu-ray many months ago and […]