An Irish famine revenge thriller with a star cast of character actors. Seems wholly relevant today. For, without such stories, how will we remember why the “Irish Border” remains a political issue.
REFORM, UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE, EQUAL REPRESENTATION and LOVE were some of the banners carried by peaceful demonstrators into Manchester on August 16th, 1819. A panicked official unleashed mounted troops onto the crowd, killing 13 men, four women and a child, and seriously injuring nearly 700 others. The horrors of a suppressed […]
Sit down, strap in, hold on. This is next-level exciting; Justin Cronin’s trilogy, The Passage, coming to tv screens near you soon.
So Elizabeth Olsen is talented as fuck and one of the most natural and understatedly beautiful actresses on the screen today. So why, oh why, would Empire Magazine even think they needed to photoshop her? It’s gobsmacking.
The most gut-wrenching, disturbing, plausible show on television returns for Season 2. And what do we know about it? Well, basically, no one is safe.
One way that the major studios drum up audience interest in their “forthcoming attractions” is by dropping trailers of hotly awaited films to coincide with the actual release of actual hotly awaited films. This works in so far as it drives eyeballs, but on the other hand, the routine has […]
Skyscraper is the year’s biggest “not based on anything” studio release, and the weight of its expectations is resting on the broad shoulders of its affable lead, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Johnson is one of a tiny handful of modern-day movie stars able to front mid-to-big budget vehicles based on […]