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In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
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This week, the world celebrates the centenary of the birth of Dylan Thomas, a poet whose work spoke of universal things and local things, of noble emotions and minor pettiness, of harsh truths and longing sensuality. His is a …
Director Darren Aronofsky‘s (Black Swan) new film has such a short title for such a big story. This is the Noah and his ark.
Marvel has released a poster for Thor: The Dark World, the sequel to 2011’s Thor. They made sure not to leave anyone out.
When you’re watching Broadchurch over the next few weeks, keep an eye out for this lady above. Unless you’re one of the relatively few American fans of the BBC comedy Birds of a Feather, you may not immediately recognize …
Dame Helen Mirren (The Queen) reprises her role as a retired, extremely dangerous (RED) agent in Red 2, the sequel to Red. It is a bit of fun to check out Mirren kicking bum and taking names in this action-comedy flick starring …
Every year right about this time, handicapping for the Oscars begins. Who will be nominated for an Academy Award? Who will win?
Although Sir Anthony Hopkins doesn’t bear a close physical resemblance to Alfred Hitchcock he does very effectively portray the portly Master of Suspense in the new Hitchcock film out this week.
Anthony Hopkins stars as the famed director Alfred Hitchcock in Fox Searchlight’s Hitchcock in theaters on November 23. The film details the making of Psycho and the strain it had on Hitch and his wife Alma Reville played by Helen …
Some might think Steven Spielberg made a controversial decision when casting Daniel Day-Lewis, both a British and Irish citizen, as the U.S.’ 16th President Abraham Lincoln (with fellow Brit Jared Harris as Ulyssess S.
If you’re ready to revisit the spooky Bates Motel—we’d advise you to avoid the showers—Hitchcock will take you there.