Some festival news regarding Julian (The Last Horror Movie, Darklands) Richards latest movie, Shiver. The film stars Danielle Harris, who won the Best Actress award at the recent Burbank International Film Festival, as well as Casper Van Dien and John (Wolf Creek) Jarratt. Shiver is set to have its UK premiere at the Raindance Festival on October 3rd and its Spanish premiere at Sitges on October 5th. More details and trailer below.
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Coming to 3 Disc 3D Blu-ray, 2 Disc Blu-ray and DVD on October 23rd, from 20th Century Fox, is Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Directed by Timur Bekmambetov and Produced by Tim Burton, the film shows a different side to the former President of the USA. Full details below.
September 11, 2012
Set to hit stores on November 13th is the Blu-ray and DVD release, from BBC America, of Doctor Who: Series 7 Part 1. The 2 disc set will run to 225 minutes plus bonus features. Also coming soon will be the DVD release of some classic Doctor Who tales. The Ambassadors of Death, with John Pertwee as the Doctor, will be released on October 9th, with The Claws of Axos Special Edition (also with Pertwee) hitting on November 13th. More details below.
September 10, 2012
The British crime flick Hard Boiled Sweets is coming to VOD and iTunes in the US on September 25th. The film, which is directed by by David L.G. Hughes, stars Philip Barantini, Elizabeth Berrington, Adrian Bower, Liz May Brice, Paul Freeman, Ty Glaser, Laura Greenwood, Ian Hart, Nathaniel Martello-White, Danny Sapani, Scott Williams, Peter Wrght and René Zagger. Check after the break for the Official Trailer, synopsis, stills and a bevvy of character posters.
Snow White and the Huntsman (2012)
Review by Jude Felton
Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is without a doubt an all-time classic film, and one that managed to instill fear into kids worldwide. This was thanks mainly to the evil Queen, who was determined to put an end to Snow White once and for all. Over 70 years later, and several more versions of the tale, and it is Charlize Theron’s turn to face the mirror to find out who is fairest of them all.
September 9, 2012
Review by Jude Felton
Many moons ago, around 1989/1990, I purchased Tetsuo: The Iron Man on VHS. It was directed by, and starred, Shin’ya Tsukamoto, and quite frankly it blew my mind with its industrial body horror storyline. Unfortunately, aside from one or two, I have not seen every movie Tsukamoto has made since, but I was very excited when Kotoko arrived in the mail. This time around the horrors have been moved from the body and instead rest within the mind of our protagonist, Kotoko.