Tag Archive for 'Paddy Considine'

THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS Arrives On Blu-ray April 25

Step into a future dystopia when the post-apocalyptic zombie thriller, The Girl with All the Gifts, arrives on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital HD), DVD and Digital HD April 25 from Lionsgate. The film is currently available On Demand. Six-time Academy Award® nominee* Glenn Close stars alongside Gemma Arterton and Paddy Considine in […]


Macbeth (Blu-ray Review)

There have been more than ten film adaptations of Macbeth and all sorts of media that has taken on the story (or parts of it) in a new way. This version from director Justin Kurzel has a lot of good things, but other factors that take away from a film I really wanted to like. […]


PRIDE Available on Blu-ray December 23rd!

Inspired by an extraordinary true story, the audience-rousing PRIDE debuts on Blu-ray™, DVD & Digital HD on Dec. 23 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. This critically acclaimed comedy follows a London-based group of gay and lesbian activists who come together to help families affected by the UK miners’ strike in 1984, and has been described […]


‘The World’s End’ And 11 Other Pubs To Visit Before The End Of The World (Movie Review)

It is always an interesting task, when it comes to providing a critique of one of you most anticipated films of the year from one of your favorite filmmakers.  The World’s End is the final entry in the thematically connected “Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy”.  The films that led up to this finale are 2004’s […]


Raise Your Glasses To These 3 Reasons To Like ‘The World’s End’ (Movie Review)

The World’s End is the third part in the so-called Cornetto or Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy, which includes 2004’s Shaun of the Dead and 2007’s Hot Fuzz.  The British comedy (although one could say it’s a little more than just this) is directed by Edgar Wright, who also co-writes the screenplay with actor Simon […]


‘Submarine’ Takes A Dive Into The Depths Of Quirky British Comedy

I find it interesting that I have gotten to see both Beginners and Submarine within the span of the same week.  Both films are engaging, romantic, comedic dramas, which use quirky sensibilities that manage to both give the film a unique voice and feel as though it is working hard to be different.  Keeping both […]