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Danny Cohen Interview

Filmjuice was lucky enough to have a chance to chat with Danny Cohen, the man nominated in Best Cinematography for The King’s Speech. Danny’s credits are hugely impressive having worked on many films by Shane Meadows, including...
 
 
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Oscar Predictions 2011

And The Oscar Goes To….
 

 
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Amer DVD

A Dario Argento inspired horror expression that stuns with its visuals and disturbs with its subtext. Amer is not your normal slasher horror film. It bares little in common with the more Hollywood output of a Paranormal Activit...
 
 
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Gnaw

Obviously wearing its Texas Chainsaw Massacre influence on its sleeve, Gregory Mandry’s Gnaw is sure to put anyone off renting a cosy cottage in the countryside for a while; that is unless you’re not averse to runni...
 

 
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The Last Remake Of Beau Geste

Drawing inspiration from Monty Python’s surreal antics and Mel Brook’s madcap parodies, Marty Feldman’s 70s comedy The Last Remake of Beau Geste precedes the Zucker’s brand of goofy comedy by a few years...
 
 
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Dinner For Schmucks DVD/Blu-ray

Mad capped shenanigans that are lifted thanks to Steve Carrel’s nutso performance. Based on the 1998 French film Le Diner De Cons, Dinner For Schmucks posses an impressive pedigree of comedic talent. Director Jay Roach is...
 
 
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The Hole

A younger audience orientated horror adventure that will have all reveling in its clever atmospheric. There was a time, mainly in the 80s, when Hollywood excelled in creating scary movies very much aimed at the ‘kid&rsquo...
 

 
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The Undercover War

War on film can be a mixed bag. The explosive nightmare of Saving Private Ryan’s opening contrasts nicely with the more character-driven latter stages, much like Band of Brother’s ensemble cast delivered in bounds. ...
 
 
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Diego Luna

Q & A with Diego Luna For his directorial debut, actor Diego Luna takes a penetrating look at a child struggling to cope with things beyond his understanding. Co written by Luna and Augusto Mendoza, Abel explores the fanta...