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If you remember a short while ago the genius YouTuber John Smith created a short Doctor Who film entitled “Stone,” in which there was rain and there were Weeping Angels, down some scary, and poorly-lit back alleys.
It’s not often we dig up a trailer for something that isn’t going to appear on American screens and doesn’t even feature any footage from the movie or TV show it is attempting to trail, but this is rather good.
Things that go boom are very impressive, aren’t they? Especially when you line them up in quick succession, one after the other. It’s like being hit in the face with a sockful of sand over and over and over again.
This looks rather good. It’s the trailer for the new Richard Curtis movie, and he appears to have taken some direct inspiration from his experience of writing “Vincent and the Doctor” for Doctor Who.
British director Danny Boyle’s latest film, Trance, will open in the U.S. on April 5, a release date that has just been set. (The movie has its U.K. debut on March 27.)
London-born Carey Mulligan has a busy 2013 ahead of her. The actress will be out beating the publicity drums for two films in which she stars: the Coen brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis and Baz Luhrmann’s spanking new version of The …
Gemma Arterton’s fairy tale won’t get its happy ending until early next year, and even then nothing is for sure.
Well this is all rather sudden. No sooner has the transmission date for Doctor Who Series 7 (part one, Asylum of the Daleks) been announced – Saturday, September 1 at 9/8c, since you ask.
We love trailers as much as anyone, but the one they’ve just released for the new horror movie Dream House, starring Britain’s second most famous newlyweds, Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, goes too far.
The Fourth of July marks not only Independence Day for the United States but also the halfway point for summer movies. The beach season kicks off at the multiplex the first week of May and ends Labor Day weekend.