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Friday One Sheet: A Tale Of Two Posters

Consider this column, one of the last before the year-end round up of 2020s key art designs, a lesson on what to do, and what not to do in all things One Sheet. Here, we have two posters for a...

L'√Čtrange 2020 Review: FANNY LYE DELIVER'D Delivers a Tepid Period Drama

It's the 16th century, after the English Civil War, and Fanny Lye (Maxine Peake, Black Mirror) lives a relatively bleak existence, married to a much older man, John, who basically bought her (Charles Dance, Alien III), on a remote farm,...

The Many Faces Of Charles Dance

This week, Thea Sharrock's adaptation of Jojo Moyes' novel Me Before You arrives in cinemas, starring Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke, who we all know as Daenerys in Game of Thrones. But lo-and-behold, another "throner" pops up in the cast...

VIY 2 Heads To China, Recruits Jackie Chan

The fact that Oleg Stepchenko's Russian ghost story Viy exists at all is something of a minor miracle. Roughly a decade from the release of the first teasers to the film actually reaching completion it was the near definition of...

FORBIDDEN EMPIRE: Watch The Trailer For Fantasy Flick

It has been some time since Russian director Oleg Stepchenko sat in the director's chair but he has returned after a long absence with the fantasy film Forbidden Empire. It's been a long (by which we mean loooooooooooooong) and winding...

Review: THE IMITATION GAME Cannot Live Up To Its Inherent Drama

From a British nation that has had its fair share of scientific geniuses, it's perhaps no surprise that the life and work of Alan Turing has spawned its fair share of dramatic works. There have been TV versions, drama/docs, and...

Toronto 2014 Review: THE IMITATION GAME Falls More Than A Bit Flat

From a British Nation that has had its fair share of scientific geniuses, it's perhaps no surprise that the life and work of Alan Turing has spawned its fair share of dramatic works. There have been TV versions, drama/docs, and...

Would You Like to Do Remarkable Things? First PATRICK Trailer Electrifies

Ah, yes, here we go. Filmmaker Mark Hartley (Not Quite Hollywood) has remade Richard Franklin's 1978 shocker Patrick and the first official, full-length trailer is, well, electrifying. In this very modern twist on the Frankenstein story, Charles Dance is a...