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Marc Zammit

 Marc Zammit is a versatile and rather impressive actor, whose work ranges from ‘Silent Witness’, to sci-fi series ‘Kosmos’, to chilling horror ‘The Final Haunting’. His repertoire really does have something for everyone. 959 more words

Homeless Ashes

Explore the "Forbidden Empire" This May

Entertainment One is set to release the upcoming fantasy-adventure film Forbidden Empire.

An 18th century English cartographer, Jonathan Green, sets out on a journey to map the uncharted lands of Transylvania, only to discover the dark secrets and dangerous creatures hidden in a cursed, fantastical Ukrainian forest.

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First Look: Gemma Bovery

In this vibrant seriocomic re-imagining of Flaubert’s literary classic Madame Bovary, life imitates art in uncanny ways when earthy British beauty Gemma Bovery (Gemma Arterton) and her furniture restorer husband Charles (Jason Flemyng) move to a charming ramshackle old farmhouse in the very same Norman village where the novel was written a century earlier. 159 more words

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David Fincher's HBO 1980s Music Video Industry Comedy Eyes Actors

UPDATED: As is typical for a David Fincher project, everything surrounding his half-hour HBO comedy Living On Video is being shrouded in secrecy. No one is commenting, but I hear Jason Flemyng ( 302 more words


Ironclad - 5/10.

Imagine a crap Game of Thrones episode that drags on for two hours. Ladies and Gentlemen – Ironclad.

Ironclad is a fictionalized account of the siege on Rochester Castle by King John in 13th century England. 149 more words

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A Summer With Flaubert

“Gemma Bovery” is a French drama film from 2014 starring Fabrice Luchini (“The Women On The 6th Floor”) and Gemma Arterton (“Byzantium”, “St. Trinian’s”) as the titular character. 385 more words


Black Mirror review: "White Bear" / "The Waldo Moment"

If there’s such a thing as a “typical Black Mirror protagonist,” it’s a morally-compromised character with whom the audience has no choice but to sympathize. This is uncomfortable enough when it comes to an obviously likable guy like Bing in “Fifteen Million Merits,” who makes a naïve gesture in order to impress the girl he likes, only to find himself unwittingly setting in motion a series of events that leads to the girl being forced–socially if not physically–to sell herself to a sleazy producer of reality-porn. 1,237 more words

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