By Brogan Ord Staunton.
Every year all of the 2013 “favourite movie” lists start with the same old, “this year was a great/the best year for film” and this year shall be no different. 2013 was a fantastic year for film and so, it was hard to make this list. Somehow,
Leading independent crime fiction publisher Caffeine Nights is set to publish the first guide to the film career of cult actor Danny Dyer. Written by GQ journalist James Mullinger and film producer Jonathan Sothcott, the book trade paperback volume is comprehensively illustrated with black and white images from Dyer’s film
Prisoners gives audiences another opportunity to be manipulated, in the way that they clearly love. It's an incredibly thrilling thriller. Hugh Jackman plays the father role well, Jake Gyllenhaal a great work obsessed detective all topped off with the a forever creepy Paul Dano.
World War Z
Being a sucker for zombies/infected
With the release of Kick Ass 2 on Blu-ray™ and DVD this month, what better time to celebrate all things superhero!
It’s pretty difficult to dislike Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s portrayal of the well-intentioned teenager Dave Lizewski’s mission to become the real-life superhero, Kick Ass. But can self-made superheroes like Kick Ass really