Morbius – Extended Scene & Poster!

by Sarah Cook Vampires! Superheros! Jared Leto! It’s all going on in this upcoming Sony flick. Directed by Daniel Espinosa, the film revolves around Dr. Morbius, who is desperately ill with a rare blood disorder. Determined to save others from suffering from the same fate as him. However, Morbius gambles with his own life and soon, darkness inside him is unleashed. It’ll be interesting to … Continue reading Morbius – Extended Scene & Poster!

Scream – Trailers! Featurettes! Games!

by Sarah Cook “I’m Sidney Prescott – of course I have a gun!” Twenty five years ago, Sidney and her friends were thrown into a killing frenzy that changed the shape of slasher films. The late and great Wes Craven, the mastermind behind the series, introduced Ghostface into our lives and the killer has become a staple in horror movie marathons. Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin … Continue reading Scream – Trailers! Featurettes! Games!

BFI London Film Festival 2021 – Full Line-Up

by Robbie Jones After a week of watching the festival circuit from afar, the UK can finally take solace in the fact the 65th BFI London Film Festival is only a month away. With a new hybrid format, audiences will be able to take part in premiere galas in the heart of London, screenings across the UK and even online for those who can’t travel. … Continue reading BFI London Film Festival 2021 – Full Line-Up

No Time to Die – Brand New Trailer!

by Robbie Jones Of all the films affected by the pandemic, there is perhaps no film that has been messed around with more than No Time to Die. Getting delayed even before Covid threw a spanner in the works, Cary Fukunaga’s entry into the Bond canon has been pushed from release date to release date, with rumours of further delays cropping up as recently as … Continue reading No Time to Die – Brand New Trailer!

Something Old, Something New, Some Things Never Change – Oscars 2021 Round-Up

by Jordan King The 93rd Academy Awards was always going to be a strange affair. After two hostless years, a pandemic-stricken 2020 which forcibly isolated us all from one another and has had cinema as a bricks and mortar institution on the ropes, and the promise from cinematic director of proceedings Steven Soderbergh that this year’s edition would be like ‘a three hour film’, the … Continue reading Something Old, Something New, Some Things Never Change – Oscars 2021 Round-Up