Today: February 25, 2024

Christmas Cuddles

Wow! What an amazing film year 2012 has been. FilmJuice has reviewed more films, has brought you exclusive features, interviews and film events than ever before. There were highs (awards friendly Argo directed by Ben Affleck) and massive lows (massive box office flop John Carter) but through it all, you FilmJuicers kept coming back for more.

Wow! What
an amazing film year 2012 has been
. FilmJuice has reviewed more films,
has brought you exclusive features, interviews and film events than ever
before. There were highs (awards friendly Argo directed by Ben Affleck) and
massive lows (massive box office flop John Carter) but through it all, you
FilmJuicers kept coming back for more. How do we know that? By our
massive increase in traffic and our growing Facebook and Twitter followers –
yes, that’s you, folks! And of course, there were the daily film giveaways.
What other film website does all of that?

A big thank you
to the Die-Hard Filmjuice editorial team without whom certain madness would
have set-in around February. Cinema Editor David Watson for his
never-ending ability to cover every cinema release and his unique brand of dark
humour, Features Editor Paula Hammond for her inventive and insightful ideas,
Events Editor Beth Webb, our girl about town who manages to get red carpet
interviews where others fail and to our Social Media Goddess Misha Wallace who,
through thick and thin, never ceases to amaze us with her ability to juggle
eight Twitter competitions, while continually interacting with you FilmJuicers.
We love your feedback so keep it coming!

Last, but not
least, we would also like to thank all our super-hero writers for their
tireless commitment and contributions to FilmJuice:

Chris Patmore,
Ben Winkley, Jack Jones, Jonathan McCalmont, Erykah Brackenbury, Helen Coffey,
Helen Glover, Laura Walkinshaw, Sarah Hubbard, Ryan Goodwin Smith, Matt Looker,
Emily Williams, Greg Evans, Dale Barnett, Paula Hammond, Helen Glover, Shelley
Marsden, Emily Moulder, Peter D Marsay, Dan Clay, Alaisdair Morton, Alastair
Brown, Andrew Moir, Jez Sands, Chris Suffield, Gregory James Wakeman, David
Melkevik, Joe West, Chris Suffield, Joshua Bullock, Katie Campbell, Kim
Francis, Lewis Bazely, Luke Chilton, Heidi Vella, Nathan Fidler, Sean Mowie,
Jack Watkins, Edward Boff, Steve Lillie, Sean Mowle.

Of course, we
could not have achieved all of this without the support of all the PR, Film
Distributors, Advertisers, Media Partners and independent film companies who
have allowed us to bring you exclusives and more giveaways than ever before.

FilmJuice will be
bigger and better than ever in 2013, so stay tuned.

Big Christmas
Cuddles and a FilmJuicey New Year.

Alex Moss
Editor

(photo by Becks Peters, Main Picture from Bad Santa)

Alex Moss Editor

Alex Moss’ obsession with film began the moment he witnessed the Alien burst forth from John Hurt’s stomach. It was perhaps ill-advised to witness this aged 6 but much like the beast within Hurt, he became infected by a parasite called ‘Movies’. Rarely away from his computer or a big screen, as he muses on Cinematic Deities, Alex is “more machine now than man. His mind is twisted and evil”. Email: alex.moss@filmjuice.com

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