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Movie Review: The Woman in Black (2012)

The Woman in Black is a fine and appropriate return to atmospheric horror movies for the once great Hammer Films. It sticks to the source material’s (the 1983 novel by Susan Hill) original time period (the late 19th century to the early 20th century), with authentic costumes, sets and a spectacularly creepy haunted house. The mood is perfect (emphasized by extreme isolation), the sustained dread is gut-wrenching, and the anticipation is a killer.

Best Movies About College

College can be a very fun time, but what is even better than college? Movies about college. However, not all movies are made to be the same. Here are a few of the best movies about college.

Funeral Films: Grand Theft Parsons

The story behind the film Grand Theft Parsons is so extraordinary that if it didn’t really happen, no one would believe it. It involves two men, a hearse, a dead rock star, five gallons of gasoline, and a promise.

Horror DVDs – Movie Marathon At A Bargain

This year ought to be different. You don’t have to watch those reruns. Treat yourself a little this year and do something different. Get your heart pumping and get some great horror DVDs. This will make for great entertainment and allow you to relax for some hours this holiday.

The Top 10 Action Movies Of 2011

Action movies are essentially movies with storylines involving fast-paced activity and adventure. 2011 produced a number of standout films in the genre and in fact several I would have included here if I hadn’t restricted this list to a top 10. I am sure most of you would agree there were perhaps better films released in 2011 but for me this list reflects the movies I found to be most entertaining.

Roger Corman – The Sci-Fi Horror Director

Roger Corman is an American director and producer who was responsible for low budget science-horror movies in the 1950s. He is most famous for his 1960s films – which often starred Vincent Price – based on the stories of Edgar Allan Poe.

Navigate the Cable and Network Landscape on TV With Your Smartphone

Everyday more functionality becomes available on smartphones that make mobile voice communication almost an afterthought. Companies are now developing smartphone applications that will allow you to more efficiently navigate those 200 cable channels that seem so overwhelming.

Are 3D Televisions Worth The Cost?

As televisions advance in technology the cost is becoming higher. This is when you should know more about if the 3D televisions are really worth the cost you have to pay for these machines or not. Without this information you can have trouble determining if the LG Infinia 55LW5600 is worth the cost or not.

Movie Review: The Woman in Black (2012)

The Woman in Black is a fine and appropriate return to atmospheric horror movies for the once great Hammer Films. It sticks to the source material’s (the 1983 novel by Susan Hill) original time period (the late 19th century to the early 20th century), with authentic costumes, sets and a spectacularly creepy haunted house. The mood is perfect (emphasized by extreme isolation), the sustained dread is gut-wrenching, and the anticipation is a killer.

Ides of March Movie

The Ides of March is an interesting political drama directed by George Clooney (Ocean’s 11), who stars as Governor Mike Morris and also stars Ryan Gosling (Full Nelson) as Stephen Meyer, a media analyst who along with Paul Zara played by the always impressive Phillip-Seymour Hoffman try to give Governor Morris a media edge as Ohio prepares to vote for a Democratic candidate to represent the party in the presidential election. The Ides of March gives an insight into the life of the political spin doctors and media advisers, that are never seen but make up the bulk of a political candidate’s armoury. They are willing to go the extra mile to get the candidate they believe in elected, complete with smearing the opposition as Governor Morris and his rival for the Ohio Primary fight for the Democratic nomination.

Salman Khan – A Man Of Substance!

In the early 1980s a film named Mene Pyaar Kiya hit screens across India, and then came to light a young bubbly star named Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan. He received the Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for this film. This young lad was from Madhya Pradesh state in India and was then one of the most promising newcomers of the industry.

Wrath of Fan

A few days ago, I watched Star Trek (2009) again, for the first time since I saw it in the cinema over two Summers ago. This was a mistake. Maybe it was the spectacle – the big noises and flashing images – but I quite enjoyed it as a cinematic experience.

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