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Urban Decay Frames The Supernatural Drama In British Horror “The Forgotten”

The Forgotten might share a few notes with The Shining but distinguishes itself thanks to the urban decay that frames this supernatural horror..

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Top 10 Films Of James Woods

James Woods is undisputedly one of America’s most electrifying male stars, yet most of the characters he plays are people you probably should avoid. Mark Fraser looks at 10 of his most memorable performances.
Posted On 11 Apr 2015

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The Divide: Thought-Provoking But Unremarkable

The Divide is based on the book The Spirit Level by a pair of epidemiologists and attempts to paint a picture of the socio-economic inequality in society...

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Empire LIVE Will Feature A Special Presentation Of Richard Linklater’s “Everybody Wants Some”

Empire LIVE will feature a special presentation of Richard Linklater's Everybody Wants Some in September at the O2...

RBC To Sponsor BFI London Film Festival

The partnership between Royal Bank of Canada and BFI is in keeping with RBC’s commitment to the arts globally...

Dakota Johnson Radiates “Elegance & Freshness” In New Short Film For Spanish Beer Estrella

Estrella is the first beer brand to use short film as part of an advertising campaign in this way and already with great success....

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Top 10 Films of Akira Kurosawa

Widely acknowledged as one of the greatest and most influential film directors of all time, Akira Kurosawa's astonishing body of work includes classics such as Seven Samurai & Ran...

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Life Lessons With Woody Allen: His Top 10 Film One-Liners

Woody Allen has made a career out of writing great dialogue, perfecting the "one-liner"...

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“The Hound of the Baskervilles” Proves To Be A Mixed Breed

Mark Fraser looks back at a Hammer horror film which appreciated the concept of poetic licence...
Posted On 24 Apr 2016

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Documentary Realism Sucks You Into The Horrors of “JeruZalem”

Writer-director team the Paz Brothers masqueraded as a documentary film crew to film their horror fiction in Israel's holy city...

“The Cobbler” Is An Effective Sleeping Pill

Lyndon Wells suffers through Adam Sandler oddity The Cobbler from Spotlight director Tom McCarthy...

“The Green Inferno” Provides Sufficient Bite

Mark Fraser ponders a recent piece of splatter horror by a director whose movies he usually tries to avoid...
Posted On 10 Apr 2016

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What Car For The Journey: Road Trippin’ In The Star Wars Universe

Motor Parks says today's cars can tackle anything, that means they can serve travellers in the Star Wars universe too...

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“Dreams” Is The Stuff Movies Are Made Of

Mark Fraser looks back at a lesser known 1950s film by one of the great directors that arguably should be held in higher esteem...
Posted On 21 Apr 2016

Canada’s Contribution To The Slasher Genre

Neal Damiano takes a look at Canada's contribution to the slasher sub-genre, highlighting some of the great horror movies during slasher film's...