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  • Do pay attention, 007... oh, you are

    Movie Feature | Ali | 5th June 2012

    Nice little Skyfall number plate easter egg (via reddit).

  • This is what David Fincher's official Dragon Tattoo DVD looks like

    Movie News | Ali | 22nd March 2012

    #projectmayhem. Image courtesy of criterioncorner.tumblr.com

  • The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2011)

    Movie Review | Matt | 20th December 2011

    By now you are probably one of the bazillion commuters that have already familiarised yourself with the first novel in Stieg Larsson's Millennium trilogy, and/or one of the many world cinema boasters that have watched the original Swedish film adaptation. If not, you've really been missing out on one of the greatest thrillers of the 21st century. Although, lucky for you, you'll also get to see Fincher's fantastic version without ever knowing what's coming next. I am, as they say, well jel.


    Movie News | Luke | 3rd November 2011

    Sony Pictures held a press conference in London today, to announce the title of the new James Bond movie. Then they told us some other details we haven't already known for months.

  • Why does The Guardian hate Tintin?

    Movie Feature | Ali | 1st November 2011

    You may have already seen Steven Spielberg's new movie, The Adventures Of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn. It's good, huh? Well, The Guardian couldn't disagree more: in fact, they've dedicated FOUR SIX separate op-ed pieces on why they disliked it so much. Protest much?

  • Yes please, now please, thank you

    Movie News | Ali | 25th October 2011

    New poster for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is all kinds of wonderful. Feels like David Fincher's just rubbing his excellent in our faces now. Jerk.

  • The Adventures Of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn

    Movie Review | Ali | 16th October 2011

    Despite a directorial career that spans – holy shit, 40 years? – The Adventures Of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn is Steven Spielberg's first animated film. Techniques have come and gone over the years, barriers have been broken, box-office records and preconceptions shattered alike, but only now has Spielberg decided the medium is ready for him – and he's picked his moment well. For all of the good work done by Robert Zemeckis, Peter Jackson and James Cameron, it is Spielberg who has justified the existence of motion-capture technology: The Adventures Of Tintin is a relentlessly thrilling, rip-roaring yarn that's as close as anyone has ever come to bringing a comic-book to life.

  • 122 HD stills from the new Girl With The Dragon Tattoo trailer

    Movie Trailer | Ali | 26th September 2011

    If you saw the latest trailer for David Fincher's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, you may want to appreciate it in a more exhaustive fashion. With that in mind, I present to you 122 HD stills taken from the trailer, showcasing David Fincher's absolute mastery of the frame. Enjoy.

  • Shit movie poster maths

    Movie News | Ali | 6th September 2011

    How to take two lovely movie poster designs and combine them to make one almighty pile of shit.

  • Cowboys & Aliens

    Movie Review | Ali | 12th August 2011

    In his role as executive producer, Cowboys & Aliens represents Steven Spielberg's fourth alien movie this year, after Super 8, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon and his cameo in Paul (and that's not mentioning his TV series, Falling Skies). Throw in the rest of the year's extra-terrestrial activity (get bent, Battle LA) and it's no surprise the genre is starting to look a little fatigued. More Western than sci-fi, Cowboys & Aliens at least has a hook, but when push comes to shove comes to "we have to destroy the invaders' conveniently accessible power source", it's Just Another Alien Movie like all the rest.