Comrades! We give you posters & trailer

Written September 9, 2017 by


What happened when the man who put fear into more Russians than anybody who have lived?  The Death of Stalin may help to answer that.

With the trailer, it seems it turns into infighting and petty insults.  Then again that may not be as accurate as you remember it from history.

Who will manage to worm themselves to the top of the…more

The Orient Express has a new poster

Written September 7, 2017 by

The sexist new poster for Murder on the Orient Express has arrived.

Why call it sexist I hear you cry.  Just look at cast list ( and what awards some have won ).  Why are two people who have, just, been nominated for an OSCAR are more prominent that the female OSCAR winners.

It does look like the studio is pinning, again,…more

Early Man has a trailer

Written September 7, 2017 by

The first trailer for Early Man has arrived. Now we understand a lot more about what Dug is up against to save his tribe from destruction.

The teaser trailer have just looked at Dug & the tribe looked like.  now we are looking at what is actually in the film.  It looks spectacular.  Possibly the biggest one that Aardman has ever…more

Mudbound & Jim Crow

Written September 6, 2017 by

Mudbound, a take of two families in the American South during the Second World War. One black, the other white. It is a story of friendship, war and its aftermath.

A timely reminder of what America was one like.  Segregation of people for no reason apart from how they looked.  Also, what America could become again.

Set in the rural American South…more

Strategy leader in IT industry becomes trustee at The National Museum of Computing

Written September 4, 2017 by

James Mayo has joined the board of trustees at The National Museum of Computing.

An executive leader in the IT sector, James has 25 years of international sales, marketing and business development experience working for companies including Unisys, HCL Technologies Fujitsu and Accenture. He is well known and respected across the industry for his ability to engage teams through…more

Jack Whitehall & his father on holiday

Written September 3, 2017 by

Jack Whitehall and His Dad are back. This time on the Internet with their own series on Netflix. This is the second time that we have seen the duo together on television since their first show together between 2014 & 2015.

Jack & his father ebmarks on the “Gap year Jack never had“.  This time causing chaos around South East Asia…


6 Days makes an announcement

Written September 3, 2017 by

6 Days Official Trailer - Netflix

Originally due to be released in August 2017. Now Netlfix has announced that 6 Days will premiere on their website and not in UK cinemas.

With that announcement we also have a new trailer.  Well, a trailer with NETFLIX overlaid in the corner of it!

It’s a shame that it’s not going to get a cinema release, apart from being shown in…more

Making an American Assassin

Written September 2, 2017 by

What makes an Assassin? Are they born or are they made? This featurette goes into this question by asking Cast, Crew and the author of the book the film is based on.

AMERICAN ASSASSIN follows the rise of Mitch Rapp, a CIA black ops recruit under the instruction of Cold War veteran Stan Hurley. The pair are then enlisted by CIA…more

Face Your Fears

Written August 31, 2017 by

Who is Pennywise & why does it scare people so much?  WE take a look behind the scenes in the latest version of Stephen King’s IT.  With some comment from the author himself.

Not only do we get cast & crew interviews but a chat from the author himself.  That and some new clips that we haven’t seen before!

Sit back and…more

Brawl in Cell Block 99

Written August 30, 2017 by

For someone who is best known for his comedic roles, Vince Vaugn has taken a massive turn. This time he’s playing a boxer who ends up in prison.

He seems to have some anger issues, or that what it looks like in the trailer.  Why is he there doesn’t seem to have an answer form the trailer as it seems that…more

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