A nostalgic comedy set in the 80s.
25 films that Universal are proud of, in one big box with plenty of extras.
We all need a little Find the Kitty in our lives.
I’ve got one of these. Actually, I’ve got two, and I’m giving the other one away to a Bleeding Cool reader – it could be you. That one is still all nicely sealed up… this one, I’ve cracked open and laid bare.
Joe Letteri is the Senior Visual Effects Supervisor at Weta Digital. He’s the man ultimately responsible for the outstanding quality of work from best digital effects powerhouse in the world today.
I saw Danny Boyle’s Trance tonight, and afterwards, there was an extensive Q&A. The best question iwas the very last, coming from a very nervous young lady sitting directly behind me…
This here press release expects us to be grateful for the way the Weinsteins have dumped on us. Screw that.
There’s an extended cut coming.
It’s a very fighty film. American entrants only in this case, please.
I was remiss in not posting this a couple of weeks back but it just crossed my mind again, I realised it had yet to “go wide” and so I thought I’d share it. Why not? So… here’s the short …
Ahead of Ultramarines’ bow on March 5th, here’s a preview of the ‘making of’ material you’ll see on the disc, featuring director Martyn Pick and screenwriter Dan Abnett.
Many will find this hard to resist, I’m sure.
A Good Day To Buy Hard, eh? Eh?
I missed Mike and Sully. It’s good to have them back.
There are two films with screenplays credited to Sam Raimi, Joel Coen and Ethan Coen. This is the really, really nuts one.
Amongst the officially released details of the upcoming Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Blu-ray was one odd and interesting twist.
Amazon’s deal of the week is a series of discounts on films featuring romance. There’s a number on there I really like.
The most recent restoration of the Godfather trilogy really does show off the work of Gordon Willis, Dick Smith and Dean Tavoularis very well.