Confusions and Connections
Two things have just hit my in-box in regards to the Guardians of the Galaxy. First, I have been sent over a section of “Character Posters”. We get two for ...more
Atheist suicide bomber?
Written June 13, 2014
I was listening to something on my iPod when atheism was mentioned as well as Richard Dawkins. That got me thinking about that as well as religion in general. I have ...more
Beetle advertising over the years
Written June 1, 2014
If you think of car adverts of the 20th century, one manufacturer jumps out at you. That being Volkswagen and their print adverts for the Beetle. In 1959, Volkswagen approached various ...more
Book of Life
Written June 2, 2014
With the name of the producer, Guillermo del Toro, being more prominent in all the publicity and the actual director left to be second fiddle, you do wonder. This is ...more
Bugs Bunny Helped win World War II
Written June 16, 2014
With the 70th Anniversary of D-Day still fresh in our minds, can I take you down another contributor that helped the Second World War. That being Hollywood. More specifically, the ...more
Duck and Survive
Written June 27, 2014
I keep going on as being a child of the 70s and this is another post on similar lines. When I was a kid, we were all told that the Ruskies ...more
The new Hercules trailer has just hit. It’s what you would expect for a film with Dwayne Johnson in it. Lots of action, not much acting. After watching the ...more
Earth to Echo
Written June 11, 2014
Looking at the poster, as well as the images, it seems that this is a mashup of 80s films with a 2000s one thrown in for good measure. The 80s films ...more
Emmet at Glastonbury
Written June 29, 2014
Yesterday it was all about Metallica at Glastonbury. The special guest that they failed to mention was a lot more Awesome. That star was Emmet. The lonely hero from The LEGO ...more
Football rehab with The Unbeatables
Written June 20, 2014
With England leaving the World Cup in the worst way since the 50s, you need cheering up. The Unbeatables could be the film for you. A film with a great cast ...more
June 6, 1944 remembered to this day as D-Day. The invasion of mainland Europe by the Allies. It all started at 00:16 hrs on that overcast day. This is when Glider ...more
This was going to be a post on how statistics can be used. It’s not going that way. Well, not fully. I’ve got to start off talking about religion. No, No… ...more
Want to go Back in Time to 1985 and 1955? This can be your change. Secret Cinema’s next event is the 80s classic, Back To The Future. If you’re not aware ...more
Get behind The Unbeatables
Written June 30, 2014
We’ve just been sent over another great piece for the upcoming film, The Unbeatables. It was described as an “extended promo” when sent over. I would call it more of a ...more
Great news turtle fans
Written June 24, 2014
We’ve got a ton of new stuff for their upcoming return to the big screen. Not only some new character posters but a great new trailer exploding onto your computer screen. It’s ...more
Into the Twister
Written June 28, 2014
Two, well 3 actually, new items for Into The Storm, AKA Twister 2 hit my in-box late yesterday. First was a banner, then the poster and third was the new trailer. The ...more
It was a dark & stormy start
Written June 23, 2014
One of the greatest starts of a novel in English is It was a dark and stormy night. One that tells you where this story is going. Downhill at a ...more
Earlier on today something great hit my in-box. That being the brand new trailer, and poster, for the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy. It touches on Peter Quill’s back story as ...more
Oculus scaring the audience
Written June 5, 2014
When Karren Gillan left Dr Who and Amy Pond, we were all wondering what she was going to do next. Just fade away and just be remembered for that single ...more
Penguins get a trailer
Written June 14, 2014
A good couple of days ago I posted up the first set of images for the upcoming first film staring our favourite psychotic penguins. Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private. Now, ...more

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