It’s a fairly accurate comment to say that the summer season of 1997 was somewhat bloated, but when you dig into the list of offenders
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By the 1990’s, Joe Dante’s output wasn’t what it should have been… starting his career with suprisingly his intelligent schlock monster opuses Piranha and The
The “female reboot” is unfortunately something that still stirs up a lot of controversy despite it not really being that big a deal. For some
Nothing is a given in Hollywood – that sparkly town where people are paid to attempt to bottle lightning on a regular basis – but
The final days of World War II seem like an odd stomping ground for broad humour, I mean even Life Is Beautiful was crammed with
Whenever people ask me what the first ever movie I saw at the cinema was I almost always lie…You see it was actually Return Of
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It seems that with every subsequent Men In Black sequel there is constant rumours of chaos during production and major issues concerning actors schedules that
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Set to the pounding snarl of Metallica’s For Whom The Bell Tolls, we are thrust head first into the gleeful wonders of Zombieland, a delightfully
Believe it or not, when putting together an action buddy comedy movie there are more important things to worry about than car chases and explosions;
It’s remarkably telling that the best Batman movie in nine years has come, not from the DC’s own cinematic universe, but from those Lego guys.
Like George Romero partook in a heap of peyote and wrote the script to Night Of The Living Dead while in an absurdist frame of
Born from the grindhouse flea pits on 42nd Street of 70’s New York, Frank Henenlotter’s gloriously grim and grimy debut feature, Basket Case is a
I truly believe in my heart of hearts that Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead trilogy is one of the greatest gifts cinema has ever given us.
Quick question: did anyone out there actually ask for this? I mean, did someone out in the world watch MIB 2 & 3 back to
As big a Kaiji fan as I am, I have to admit, it’s somewhat of a relief that someone’s made a movie that actually done
Back in the endless mists of time that was 2014, geek god James Gunn emerged from the world of low budget comedy/horror to knock an