Monthly Archive:: October 2015

Howl

It’s the last shift of a bad day for Joe Griffin (Eragon’s Ed Speleers); he didn’t get the promotion he applied for and to make things worse his
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Tales of Halloween

The anthology film has a long and varied history within horror, the only genre which has truly embraced that format even though science fiction sprung from a similar
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Seconds

There is some irony in the fact that John Frankenheimer’s Seconds, based on the novel of the same name by David Ely, was not a success on its
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SuperBob

Whether or not he believed in astrology, the fate of Robert Kenner was in the heavens. Breaking up following a close passage with Jupiter, the fragments of asteroid
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The Lobster

The world is structured around family units, around couples. Couples who are productive, industrious both in their employment and consumption and in generating the next generation who will
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Crimson Peak

A once prolific director, the last decade has been a relatively quiet one for Guillermo del Toro, lured into the cul-de-sac of The Hobbit on which he invested
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The Final Girls

At Camp Blue Finch, “the days are warm, the girls are hot, the nights are cool… and evil lurks around every corner.” That was the promise of Camp
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