I don’t think we know much about Man of Steel at all, not yet. Looking at this gallery of images below, I’m left wondering quite where this thing is going.
The first images from the 300 follow-up, 300: Rise of an Empire, do look remarkably consistent with the style of the first film.
Nicolas Winding Refn’s Only God Forgives looks like just the sort of film where the foley artists would have to spend weeks ripping apart chicken carcasses, sometimes with their teeth. It looks brutal.
Official plot blurbs and images from several of the new episodes, straight from Auntie Beeb.
Such is the chronology of Dwight’s story this time around, we’re seeing him with his first face, before he has plastic surgery to change his appearance entirely.
On the one hand, incredibly camp. On the other, tense and suspenseful. What is this film?
Let’s be absolutely clear, the exclamation mark in the headline is part of the show’s title and nothing to do with me.
From The First Post to The World’s End.
I fell in love with Sleep Tight when it screened at Frightfest last year.
Two big guys and a guy in a tin can, going head to head for your dollars.
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I’ve got a very good feeling about this.
Body Snatchers get domestic and screwball goes eight miles high.
They call it 3D but, actually it’s 2D, just wriggly.
Sights and scenes from Quentin Tarantino’s next.
Tony, Pepper, War Machine and more.
Red Dwarf is coming back for it’s 10th series this September, and after last time’s Back to Earth subtitle they’ve gone for the Romans-by-way-of-Apple option of X.
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Seems to be a film really worth looking forward to.