Sunday night was BAFTAS night. This year I wasn't particularly polarised by the films on offer, not having seen so many, but there were a few highlights that caught my interest. In the best VFX category, Rise Of The Planet Of the Apes & War Horse both lost out to Harry Potter And The Deathly … Continue reading BAFTAS 2012
Universal's Dracula was released on the 14th February 1931, Valentine's Day, 81 years ago TODAY. The review is up, but this is surly the anniversary of a Hollywood icon and the birth of horror as we know it today.
2010 DIRECTOR: Tom Hooper Contains Spoilers The delivery of the eponymous King's Speech is a triumph of direction, acting and all the facets of good film making. Colin Firth's portrayal of Bertie, or George VI as we all know him, is simply brilliant, as was the direction by Tom Hooper and both deserved the kudos of … Continue reading THE KING’S SPEECH