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Resident, The

After last year’s well-received Let Me In, this film marks the second release for the newly revamped Hammer Film Productions and shows that there is serious mileage to be had in this studio comeback.
 
 
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Drive Angry 3D

The last couple of years have seen Nicolas Cage become somewhat of a cult internet icon thanks to his outrageous acting method and some myth-like facts about his home life.
 

 
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Super

With the ever-increasing rise of comic-book movies, it was only a matter of time before a film was made exploring what it would be like to try
 
 
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Transformers: Dark…

With the first two Transformers films amassing well over $1 billion, a ‘threequel’ was always an inevitability. However, after the second movie received a critical mauling, with both director Michael Bay and star Shia LaBeouf s...
 

 
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Paranormal Activity 2

Ever since The Blair Witch Project, ‘found footage’ of supernatural events have been on the rise in cinemas and it’s easy to see why – amateurish, realistic recordings are cheap to make and the ‘ba...
 
 
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Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief Cinema

He has already successfully launched Hogwarts’ world of wizardry on the big screen by directing the first two films in the Harry Potter franchise and now Chris Columbus turns his attention to Greek mythology in a differen...
 

 
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Centurion Cinema

Films like Gladiator and 300 have shown that legendary tales of swords and soldiers can make for great visual feasts but, whereas both of these films operated on a blockbuster scale, Centurion takes things back to basics, with ...
 
 
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The Devil's Tomb DVD Review

Good atmospherics and over the top acting can’t damage Satan himself.
 

 
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Sharktopus

As the latest in a long line of low-budget, B-movie creature features, Sharktopus intends to appeal to the same audience that watched Megashark Vs Giant Octopus on the basis of its laughable premise and the expectation of gory ...
 
 
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X-Men: First Class

Of all the comic-book superheroes, the X-Men have to be the trickiest to adapt to the big screen because, rather than explore one main character’s newfound abilities and powers,