Ice Age: Collision Course – “Attraction” Clip

There are a lot of children movie sequels. A lot. A lot, a lot.

It’s something that seems to populate our cinematic lives. I mean, Kung Fu Panda 3 is coming, there’s a new sequel toToy Story, and Alvin and the Friggen Chipmunks have four movies under their furry belts. Four. It’s a bit ridiculous.

So it’s no surprise that Ice Age has yet another sequel coming our way.

Ice Age: Collision Course has a plot like so; there is something about a meteor and our favourite animals who are miraculously surviving everything that fucking killed them off in the first place.

Honestly, at this point, do we even care that there’s another and what it’s about? Because it’s pretty much familiar coloured characters doing something similar to the previous outings.  The kids will be thrilled but, damn, won’t the adults be bored?



Me Before You – Brand New Clips!

There are movies out there that just want to make you cry. Yep. You know who you are! Movies that want to tear you a new one by punching you in your face with emotions and feelings, slapping you several times before then slapping your entire family just to add insult to injury! Those type of films!

Based on a book by Jojo Moyes, the film revolves around Lou Clark who is a career for paralyzed Will Traynor. Throughout their time together, they begin to fall in love and realise that there is something more going on. But can they live happily ever after? Me thinks that won’t be the case.

Here are clips to make you excited for the movie. And when I mean excited, I mean, read to dip your eyes in a cart full of salt and lemon and watch your heart torn out through your chest!


The Conjuring 2 – “Redefining Horror” Clips

by Georgia Sanders

James Wan is one of the most formidable horror directors at the moment. Without appearing to bend to the modern trend of ambiguous endings and CGI monsters, he knows how to explain a film and make it ultra-creepy. He can homage the techniques of Val Lewton whilst still carving out his own original style and…what else?

Oh yes, fucking with our brain.

Now he returns for The Conjuring 2.

Heading over to England for their next film, the story of Ed and Lorraine Warren looks at the infamous Enfield Haunting. The ghostly plague saw a British family and their young daughter seemingly taken by a poltergeist. Welp.

With this latest featurette, you can enjoy the terrors of James Wan’s imagination as the likes of Patrick Wilson and Vera Fermiga speak volumes about the director. Also you’ll be also getting a sneak peak at the latest – OH MY GOD! WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT? WHY WOULD YOU PUT THE JUMP SCARES HERE?


The Nice Guys – “Porn is Bad” Clip

The Nice Guys are here! Yes, finally the film that we’ve been raving about for months has been released and you can enjoy its spoils and splendours in cinemas!

When an old and wealthy woman confuses a young girl with her porn star niece Misty Mountains who suspiciously died the week before, a pair of private investigators find themselves embroiled in a ploy that puts their very lives in danger. Which is more disconcerting when March’s rambunctious young daughter tries to help solve with the mystery.

In this clip, Kim Bassinger’s characters discuss the influx of porn to the seedy underbelly of L.A and all its problems. As if we didn’t know that Porn is Bad!

Of course it is, we don’t watch porn. Not at all. Never.



Home – Word Refugee Day Short Film

What is a refugee?

What are they?

Human. That’s all. Humans trying to survive. Humans who can no longer live in the place they called home. Humans who need sanctuary from the war that has obliterated them. Humans who need help, aid, and more.

Refugee’s are human.

In an effort to promote World Refugee Day, actors Jack O’Connell and Holliday Grainger have created a powerful twenty minute short film, crafted in three different countries, called Home. The film revolves around an English family who experience a life changing journey of their own.

Directed by Daniel Mulloy, the film aims to remind viewers that refugees are humans trying to protect themselves, their loved ones, and their family as they undergo a traumatic change in the term “home.” Working with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency will be screened in selected cinemas nationwide from the 20th June.

Brilliant work with actors, artists, and a director aiming to combat the puerile media assumption that refugee means anything other than “human.”