By Salena Katiyar.
I hate trailers.
Why on earth would I sit through 3 minutes of utterly spoiler filled sequences when I can actually watch the film itself?
A particularly noteworthy offender is Carrie (1976) – a quality trailer which infamously shows you how all of the main characters die at the end
A Haunting in Cawdor takes inspiration from Macbeth with an interesting narrative centred on helping juvenile delinquents.
Vivian Miller (Shelby Young) is serving out her jail sentence at a work release program in the Midwest that involves a theatre program at The Cawdor Barn Theatre run by Lawrence O'Neil (Cary Elwes).
[EDIT - The DVD and Blu-ray release is coming out on February 22nd]
Driving round the streets of Tehran in a taxi fitted with a hidden camera. In my opinion that can either go one of two ways: bum numbingly dull or the ride of your life. Mercifully Taxi Tehran or
By Louise McLeod Tabouis.
Cynical Kevin on a blind date set up by a friend, shares his past dating woes. Apparently none of the women are up to his standard. Exotic night out? He fears he's become the exotic attraction.
Then Claire turns up. Initially put off by her stereotypical response to his