Tag: janegoldman

Giveaway: Win THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM on DVD

RLJ Entertainment released Juan Carlos Medina's period thriller The Limehouse Golem on DVD at the beginning of the month. We've been a little lax giving stuff away this month, tis the season, but it is better late than never to...

Toronto 2016 Review: THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM, A Giallo-Infused Theatre of Bedlam

We might think that in the 21st century, with social media platforms or instant video uploads, we are at the apex of what might be called the theatricality of life in the public eye. But even if Twitter didn't exist,...

Christopher Walken To Receive Award, THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM to Close Sitges 2016

Christopher Walken will receive the Grand Honourary Award at Sitges 2016 this year. A stellar career whose highlights include iconic performances in The Deer Hunter, The Dead Zone, Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, and countless other films,...

Toronto 2016: Watch This Splendid Musical Number From THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

Juan Carlos Medina's The Limehouse Golem, the Victorian era set horror thriller, will have it's World Premiere here in Toronto Saturday night at the Ryerson. We have a clip with a splendid musical number featuring Douglas Booth to share with...

Fantastic Fest 2016 First Wave: New PHANTASM! VR Horror! Tim Burton! Spotlight on India!

Hold on to your proverbial (or literal) hats, film fans. The legendary Fantastic Fest has just dropped its first announcement of films and events, and is it ever incredible. From Andrea Arnold to Tim Burton to the latest in VR...

First Trailer For Burton's MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN

When Ransom Riggs first published the novel Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children it may have well have been subtitled, "Please Make This Into A Movie, Tim Burton". And having failed to particularly light the box office on fire with...

Review: KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE Tastes Pretty Yummy

The world of espionage has become a bit dour of late. Our postmodern proclivities have caught up with us, and thanks to our impossible missions, our Bourne fascinations and a Daniel Craig-ified Bond, we've lost a little bit of the...

Review: KINGSMAN - THE SECRET SERVICE Delivers An Entertaining Ride

The world of espionage has become a bit dour of late. Our postmodern proclivities have caught up with us, and thanks to our impossible missions, our Bourne fascinations and a Daniel Craig-ified Bond, we've lost a little bit of...

Destroy All Monsters: Superheroes Last All Summer Long

Note: Major spoilers for X-Men 7 follow. In the last scene of X-Men: Days of Future Past, Wolverine wanders through X-Men Heaven, distinguishable from the church at the end of LOST only by the absence of pan-theistic iconography in the...

Review: X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST, Grim Yet Satisfactory

The makers of the latest installment of a superhero franchise based on comic book characters set themselves a tall order: a prequel that is also a sequel to more than one movie, as well as the middle installment of a...

Final X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST Trailer Rolls Out The Big Names

Director Bryan Singer plays school teacher calling out the morning attendance in the latest - and apparently final - trailer for the upcoming X-Men: Days Of Future Past and it would appear that everyone's in class. This one plays like...

Another Day, Another Uninspiring X-MEN Trailer

It's at the minute and fifty second mark of the latest trailer for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days Of Future Past that the trailer gods were kind enough to make explicit what had been bothering me about it until that point....

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST: Watch The Japanese Teaser

To put it mildly, I did not like the first trailer for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days Of Future Past. At all. Enough so that I was hesitant to click on the new Japanese teaser for the film. I don't like...

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST: Watch The Horrid First Trailer Now

Who's up for the glittery teen romance version of The X-Men? Because that appears to be what director Bryan Singer has in store for us with X-Men: Days Of Future Past. Sentinels? Nope. Clenched hands and wet eyes and pregnant...

PAINLESS's Juan Carlos Medina to Direct THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM

Fresh off a successful festival circuit run of his historical thriller Painless, director Juan Carlos Medina's next project will be an adaptation of the Peter Ackroyd novel, The Limehouse Golem. Announced at the Cannes film festival today, the script is...

Peter Dinklage Joins X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST

Director Bryan Singer took to Twitter earlier this evening to announce the latest cast member for his third X-Men outing (and the franchise's sixth film). Straight from the horse's mouth: Officially like to welcome #PeterDinklage from #GameOfThrones to #XMEN #DaysofFuturePast...

Everything Old Is New Again: Patrick Stewart And Ian McKellen Join New X-MEN

Magneto and Charles Xavier, meet Magneto and Charles Xavier. Casting on the upcoming Bryan Singer directed X-Men: Days Of Future Past took an intriguing turn yesterday when Singer tweeted a welcome to Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen to the cast...

Weinberg Reviews X-MEN: FIRST CLASS

First, a little history. It was Bryan Singer's X-Men (2000) that more or less heralded the massive superhero movie renaissance we're currently enjoying (or mired in, depending on your tastes), and while it was hardly the first or even...

X-MEN: FIRST CLASS Review

A good dozen, maybe more, amply endowed young ladies clad in only their lacy underthings strut into a high class club, each one soon vanishing into a private booth, accompanying at least one wealthy male party attendee as "Palisades Park"...

X-MEN: FIRST CLASS Review

X-Men: First Class is a total pleasure, hitting all the action beats we've come to expect from big-budget studio productions, and adding much that makes it unique, at least among the sorry crop of sequels and prequels and mutated...