Bold and disarming, Hanna really shouldn't work but by heck it does.


Great Odin's raven, it's good!


You'll howl with fear or with laughter. Either way, Insidious is a hoot.

13 Assassins

Epic, violent and bloody satisfying.

Scream: The Video Game

Experience the sheer terror of the Scream franchise through the medium of an MS-DOS text game.

The Veteran

War is bad, mmmkay. Get past that and this is quite good.

Fast Five

The most furious load of bollocks yet. Amazing.


Love him or hate him, it's hard to resist Russell Brand's manic charm. Which of course just makes you hate him even more.

A Movie Guide to Getting Married

What cinema says you should do at a wedding.


If it's an advert for Angry Birds, it's a good one.

BlogalongaBond: Thunderball

Thunderball and Never Say Never Again teach us How to Remake a Bond Film

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Director: James Wan
Cast: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey
Certificate: 15

Insidious (adj.) - proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with harmful effects.

That's what Saw creator James Wan is presumably aiming for with this haunted house/possessed baby horror flick. It's not that subtle, but it's nowhere near as harmful as any of the Saw sequels. There's no gory torture rubbish: just two parents, a defenceless kid, some evil spirits and a woman in a gas mask.

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There aren't many things that get me as excited as the word "próximamente" at the end of trailer, but the words "horror", "Belén Rueda", and "Guillermo Del Toro" just about do it.

Julia's Eyes is about a woman who has a sister who died in mysterious circumstances as well as a degenerative sight condition. So of course, as soon as she starts investigating the paranormal darkness surrounding her house, someone turns out the lights. Bet she didn't see that one coming. Ho ho ho.

Guillem Morales' second feature film looks very promising judging by the actors involved. There's Belén Rueda as Julia, who's more than capable of bringing the emotions, and also the excellent Lluís Homar, who was decent in both Broken Embraces and Fermat's Room.

Then there's the obvious fact that Julia's Eyes follows (sort of) in the footsteps of the brilliant 2004 horror The Orphanage. Not because the poster says so, but because it was also produced by Del Toro and helmed by a relative newcomer. Plus both films share the talented Rueda as the female lead.

The other major thing the two have in common? They both have rather scary trailers.

Julia's Eyes (Los Ojos de Julia) is released on Friday 20th May. Read on for the full trailer, or head this way to see more Julia's Eyes videos in the coming weeks.

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Director: James Wan
Cast: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey
Certificate: 15
Release Date: Friday 6th May

Josh (Patrick Wilson) and Renai (Rose Byrne) have a happy family with their three young children. When tragedy strikes their young son, Josh and Renai begin to experience things that science cannot explain. James Wan and Leigh Whannell, the co-creators of Saw, join forces with the producers of Paranormal Activity (including director Oren Peli) to take you on a mind-bending journey into the world of the unknown.

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Director: Jalmari Helander
Cast: Onni Tommila, Jorma Tommila, Per Christian Ellefsen, Tommi Korpela, Rauno Juvonen
Certificate: 15

People in Finland are weird. They live in small houses in the middle of the mountains and chop up pigs for a living. Then, when footprints appear on their rooftop and dead bodies turn up, the children automatically presume it's Santa Claus.

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Director: Matt Reeves
Cast: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Chloe Moretz, Richard Jenkins, Elias Koteas
Certificate: 15

Eat some now. Save some for later.

Life is hard when you’re a loner in Los Alamos, Mexico. Bullied at school with only sweet wrappers for company, you reach out into the darkness for any kind of connection. Sometimes the darkness reaches back. And sometimes, a bloke comes along and remakes your story for an American audience.

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Director: John Landis
Cast: Simon Pegg, Andy Serkis, Isla Fisher, Tom Wilkinson
Certificate: 15

Edinburgh in the 1820s is a centre of medical excellence. But as everyone knows, you can’t teach medicine without a decent supply of dead bodies. With the graveyards closely watched and increasing competition for corpses, someone was bound to put two and two together and come up with an axe.

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It leaked after the Scream Awards showed the video, but now a better quality trailer for Scream 4 has turned up online.

Wes Craven's return to his popular satirical franchise sees Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) successfully moving on with her life post-Ghost Face. But with the masked killer back on the loose, things go from funny to scary all over again. Except this time the rules have changed.

Yes, there's no Jamie Kennedy to do the rule listing, but Craven's got in some other movie geek dudes to explain the new set-up. The key difference? Ghost Face has got himself a camcorder so he can enjoy the thrills too.

Getting a little help from old friends Gale (Courtney Cox) and Dewey (David Arquette), Scream 4 is actually looking like quite a bit of fun. At the very least it should be as good as Scream 3.

Scream 4 slashes up US cinema screens on Friday 15th April next year. No sign of a UK release date yet. Read on for the full video until it gets taken off YouTube. 

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Danny Boyle is interested in directing the next film in the 28 Days Later series. Presumably called 28 Months Later.

The 127 Hours director told "a friend" of Dread Central that he was keen to return to the franchise as more than a producer - or so the site claim. Now Danny Boyle is definitely not one to spout rubbish without reason; he's an approachable guy with a certain down to earth honesty.

On the other hand, there's been no word of a 28 Weeks Later follow-up since, well, the film's release in 2007. WorstPreviews even got a negative nod from screenwriter Alex Garland (thanks to FirstShowing), who confirmed that, after a rights disagreement, "the film is never going to happen unless those people start talking to each other again. There is no script as far as I'm aware."

The other question, of course, is whether there's any need for a sequel at all. Expect more news on all of that when everyone shouts at Danny Boyle about it during the London Film Festival's press conference for 127 Hours.



Fans of The Thing are no doubt dreading this prequel to John Carpenter's classic, but the first photos that have cropped up from the film's set aren't looking too shabby at all.

Also called The Thing, Matthijs van Heijningen Jr's (say it three times) movie sees a group of humans facing off against the alien life form of the first film, again in an Antarctic research base. The fleshy fodder include Mary Elizabeth Winstead has graduate student Kate Lloyd. She gets to wield a flame thrower - great news for those who loved her in Scott Pilgrim. Which is just about everyone with a brain.

With quite a bit shot on location in Norway, authenticity is the aim of the game here. That and some decent horror. It's obvious from Carpenter's eventual follow-on that everyone will die horribly horribly horribly in the cold snow, but there could still be a neat story to tell here. And by neat I mean anything that involves Elizabeth Mary Winstead holding a flame thrower. 

The photos were helpfully collated together by Hitfix - read on to see them in all their icy glory. 

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David O Russell has dropped out of the adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

Based on the novel by Seth Grahame-Smith, the comedy horror period costume drama lost out to Old St. Louis in the director's schedule. Opting instead to work with Vince Vaughn on the comedy drama (without zombies or period costumes), the conflict came about thanks to Natalie Portman, who was unable to meet David's start date.

Planning to shoot Old St. Louis early next year, the reshuffle has caused Scarlett Johansson to abandon the role of Vince Vaughn's romantic interest. Although it has freed up the chance for Chloe Moretz to join in as Vaughn's estranged teenage daughter. Who presumably won't be a vampire. Or a zombie.

There's no word from Lionsgate that Pride and Prejudice and Zombies won't take place, despite Portman being a producer on the picture. So now the studio will be on the hunt for a helmer to revive this dead undead movie. Before it stays... not alive.


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