Welcome to the Punch is the second movie from British writer and director Eran Creevy, whose first movie Shifty was first released way back in 2008. With Welcome to the Punch, Creevy has stepped up his game more than a few notches, with a visual style that is strong, consistent and leagues better than the often lo-fi approach most British movies employ. This strong visual style is what makes Welcome to the Punch so interesting More…
With the holiday season now in full swing I figured it was a good time to look at the highest grossing Christmas movies of all time! While its not exactly in the spirit of Christmas to value the movies on their monetary gain it sure is fun. So do you have any ideas on which Xmas movie took the number one spot? If not keep reading to find out which festive movie topped the box office and the rest of the top 10 movies too
Currently Scott Pilgrim Vs the World is doing the business on the review side of things getting more than positive reviews pretty much everywhere. Edgar Wright has always been a stylish director which you could see in the early episodes of Spaced
Pixelated is back again with another scrambled up movie poster for you to try and figure out. This week we're going a little easy on you with a movie that's already released but not so long ago you will have forgotten it.
The aim of the game is very easy to grasp, we show you a movie poster and you have to guess which movie the poster is from. The hard part is that the poster has been pixelated and this makes it much trickier to identify. This week however we are going easy on you with an upcoming movie that almost everyone should have heard about.
Pixelated has returned with another movie poster for you to identify, the hard part is that the poster has been pixelated and this makes it much trickier to identify. This week it's a very recent movie that i think you all should get, featuring a long time directing and acting duo.
With the big awards shows now behind us, it's time to take a look at some of the movie posters from the biggest winners from this years Oscars. This week we have hard hitting war flicks, emotional dramas and lots of country music
The aim of the game is pretty simple we show you a movie poster and you have to guess which movie the poster is from. The hard part is that the poster has been pixelated and this makes it much trickier to identify. This week in Pixelated we have a new movie for you, but even though this is a new movie it's also a remake so i think that should help you out a little.
The aim of the game is pretty simple we show you a movie poster and you have to guess which movie the poster is from. The hard part is that the poster has been pixelated and this makes it much trickier to identify. This week it's a movie from a good while ago and a cult classic that spawned a couple of sequels, another small clue for you is that this franchise is now finally getting a fourth movie.
This week with Pixelated our unique movie poster quiz game, we're going easy on you, we have a recent movie and one that if you don't get we will banish you to the basement where there is no daylight and more importantly no DVD player.
This week in Posted our round up of the coolest and newest movie posters we have to very different poster styles for you to take a look at.
The movie “Swingers” centres on the life and troubles of a man called Mike. He has recently moved to Hollywood from New York to get away from a broken relationship with his long-time girlfriend, walking straight into the open arms of his good friend Trent and the night life of the West Coast. To get Mike out of his increasingly bad mood Trent suggests that a trip to Vegas might settle their heads and get Mike out of his seemingly perpetual funk.
Filmmakers have been trying for years to capitalize on the growing popularity of poker, and by and large have missed the mark
Prometheus marks the return of director Ridley Scott to the Genre which brought him his first box office success in the science fiction movie Alien, and Prometheus also has ties to that movies along with its own storyline. Interestingly enough Prometheus was originally born of an idea to produce a prequel to the Alien franchise, but ended up following its own course and a unique story
My Name is Bruce isn't new but I'm reviewing it anyway! Starring of course Bruce Campbell, My Name is Bruce is a movie that crosses the lines of reality and film in a way we've seen before but not with Bruce Campbell. The story follows a rabid Bruce Campbell fan Jeff, that just happens to stumble upon and release an ancient Chinese god of the dead, Guan-Di, who kills his friends and their dates leaving Jeff running for his life. The release of Guan-Di means that Jeff's town, Gold Lick in Oregon, his family and friends, and the rest of the towns folk are in danger. Of course Jeff having watched numerous Bruce Campbell movies believes that Bruce is the man to save his town.
The Dead is an old school zombie movie, that bucks the recent trend of humour in favour of pure serious zombie action. We join the story as the movie main protagonist Brian Murphy, played by Rob Freeman, who is an Air Force Engineer in the American army, is on a plane going down over Africa. The situation is that part of Africa is suffering from a zombie outbreak, we don't know why, and we follow Murphy as he tries to find out a way out of the gloom. Along the way Murphy teams up with an African Sergeant Daniel Dembele, who are both slightly untrusting but in the current situation, they have to work together
The 2011 movie prequel The Thing, has exactly the same name as it's sequel, The Thing that was originally released in 1982, and the name is the only thing that is similar about the two movies. Being a prequel the 2011 The Thing is set at the Norwegian and American Antarctica team that are mentioned by the American Antarctic research team that star in the 1982 film, confusing isn't it!
Apollo 18 is a found footage movie that takes the premise that the cancelled flight to the moon actually happened and the reason it was never publicised is because the mission went horribly wrong. We see the story unfold through the old footage, as we follow the three astronauts played by Warren Christie, Lloyd Owen and Ryan Robbins on their secret mission to deploy a series of beacons onto the moon, to apparently receive or alert the Americans to any potential threats from the Russians. We meet the crew through footage and interviews of them, which I liked, it's a unique way to introduce the characters and sets up the movie. As the crew orbit and land on the moon they find that something strange is going on, when they find a Russian LK Lander on the moon with no crew, and start to doubt the real reasons for the mission
Bong of the Dead is a zombie stoner movie that adds a twist to the popular genre, instead of your audience running away from the zombies the characters in Bong of the Dead want to get closer to the zombies! Tommy and Edwin are living in a spare world, much of the population has been wiped out after meteorites hit Earth causing a zombie outbreak. The two stoners are running low on weed supplies and by chance figure out that by using zombie brain as a fertilizer they can grow weed much faster! This starts the quest for Tommy and Edwin to road trip it up to the Dead Zone, in search of more zombie brains as fertilizer
'Sometimes life gives you the finger and sometimes it gives you... Hesher.' This pretty much sums up the movie Hesher pretty well for a movie tag line, and it's the tag line on the poster. Hesher follows the story of a kid, T.J, who has just lost his mum in a car crash. His dad is depressed and on medication, and his elderly grandmother is not as together as she might once have been. T. J is obsessed with getting his mum's car back to no avail which causes him problems with the car dealers son and fellow student at his school Dustin. He also meets Hesher