It’s never to early to herald a new movie, especially when it looks as juicy as this one. A new poster has just been released
The Hitchcock classic To Catch A Thief (1955) will be showing at 15.40 on BBC2, on Bank Holiday Monday, 30th August, 2021. Can you think
The historical bio-pic Belle, will be showing on Film4 next Monday, 30th August 2021, at 18.40. Check out my review here.
BEHIND ENEMY LINES Frankenstein’s Army director Richard Raaphorst, and star Alexander Mercury are dead men walking! Dutch director Richard Raaphorst and its Russian star Alexander
On This Day ……. On the 23rd of August 2014, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were married in Correns, southeastern France. The village in the
Happy Birthday ……. Today would have marked the 96th birthday of English actress Honor Blackman. Born on 22nd August, 1925, the star who died in
Please meet Adèle Blanc-Sec, adventurer, travel writer and, let’s be honest, general trouble maker. Her publishers have sent her to South America for her latest assignment. However
If you like your vampire films rare and bloody, then Stake Land is for you. Rare in that there isn’t a conventional fanged fiend in
Valerie (Amanda Seyfried), lives with her family in the village of Daggerhorn, a beautiful European town, nestling amongst pine forests, lakes and vertiginous mountain ranges.
Clive Barker’s brand of horror is hard to define. Falling somewhere between the popular pulp of Stephen King and the more erudite terrors of Peter Straub,
“Oh forgive me, I forgot. It was your reverence and admiration which drove him to take his own life.” Edwina Lionheart (Diana Rigg) speaking with Peregrine
If you’re not a fan of Alfred Hitchcock then it might be best to shut off now. Responsible for some of the 20th century’s most