Author Archives: Bleeding Cool Staff Writer
For a while, it was published that Brendon wrote this review. He didn’t. He hasn’t seen the film. This is by Patrick Dane.
Noel Clarke‘s new movie is The Anomaly, a British made, America-set sci-fi chase thriller. Here’s the trailer. As the voice over suggested, the film hinges on a 9 minute and 47 second countdown. And so that’s the crux of our contest. …
A chance for UK readers see this mouth-watering movie early and for free at a cinema near them on 23rd June.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s beautiful T.S. Spivet is released in UK cinemas on Friday 13th June and to celebrate, we’ve got a very special package to giveaway to one lucky winner. The package includes the Director’s previous films Amelie and Micmacs on Blu-ray, …
Not only is José Padilha‘s reboot of Robocop (and I feel that reboot is more applicable than ever) on UK shelves today, it was also in the Bleeding Cool letterbox. Along with this t-shirt and Bluetooth headset. A far preferable option …
There is a hint at the end of that that he may not be definitively out of the running. Although, I’m going to call it. He is out.
Craig Skinner writes for Bleeding Cool. On Saturday 24th May, the 2014 Cannes Film Festival came to a close, for the most part, with the announcement of the competition awards. The final weekend of the festival is a wonderful opportunity …
The story of Gary Webb’s most famous investigation is one that has always fascinated me. It chronicles the American Government’s involvement in the mass introduction of crack cocaine into their own streets in order to help fund rebel Nicaraguan Contra war efforts.
I’ve always found Day of the Dead imagery fairly enticing. It is the perfect mix of simple and complex, garish and beautiful.
One of these films is amongst the best of the fest. The other one… isn’t finished yet.
In celebration of 20 years of Dreamworks we were treated to something a little different in the Grand Theatre Lumiere in Cannes this week.
Oh, and a little on that post credit scene. MAJOR SPOILERS so stop reading before the last paragraph if you want to go in blind.
Our first bulletin from Cannes 2014.
It pretty much looks like how you’d expect a CW version of the Flash to look.
This clips is the beginning of a pretty impressive set piece in X-Men: Days of Future Past that has some pretty grand implications in the grand scheme of things.
To celebrate the release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – at UK cinemas now! – we are giving away 10 goody bags.
Ain’t these crime thrillers so full of surprises?
There’s a lot more going on in the movie than first appears. Here are the five things that really impressed me.