Category: Movies

New The Woman in Black Trailer

We’re quietly excited about The Woman in Black movie. Not just because it’s the first post Potter role for Daniel Radcliffe, but it marks a true return to form for recently resurrected Hammer Horror.

Since their rebirth Hammer have produced a string of let downs, none of which were in the mould of anything they had done before. Obviously times change and audiences have become more sophisticated so they needed to up their game. There was a web series, a couple of movies including last years The Resident starring Hilary Swank and featuring a cameo from Hammer legend Christopher Lee. So far none of the new projects have to felt or looked like a Hammer movie, until now.

This is the third trailer and certainly tells us more about the story, the previous trailer was more atmospheric but the new trailer delivers jumps and tension galore. The Woman In Black will be haunting cinemas from February next year.

14Oct

Patty Jenkins confirmed to direct Thor 2

Once it was announced that Kenneth Branagh would not be returning to direct Thor 2 we were both rather sad. Branagh made a credible origins movie that in lesser hands could of been ridiculous. He brought...

14Oct

A New Low in Horror

Whilst I was researching an article for you good people, I stumbled across two shocking trailers for forthcoming movies. These are  horror movies after all, but rather than being shocking due to the...

13Oct

IT’S THE MID-WEEK DVD AND BLU-RAY CHART UPDATE!

Hello, digital wanderers, come in, sit down. Not much to report sales-wise this week, but there’s an opportunity for a walloping great sports cliché here and goddamit I’m gonna take it; that’s...

13Oct

Die Hard 5 gets Green Light

After months of speculation Die Hard 5 is now officially a go, more than just a go as it has a title, release date and confirmed start of January next year for filming. Max Payne Director John Moore will...

12Oct

Anything but a Dream House

It’s not even out in the UK yet, but supernatural thriller Dream House has already had a damming seal of disapproval from it’s director Jim Sheridan. The acclaimed Irish director approached...

10Oct

Box Office Monday – Real Steel

It was a bit of a middleweight effort from the new releases, but Real Steel claimed the champions belt with $27.3 million.The  Hugh Jackman robot boxing drama was only really up against The Ides Of...

09Oct

COMING TO DVD AND BLU-RAY THIS WEEK

Ok, scrumptious ones, let’s have it shall we? After the tide of scum that rose up and swamped the nation’s New Release DVD shelves last week, I’m pleased to report that this week is looking a little...