Daniel Radcliffe Is Horny In New ‘Horns’ Trailer & Poster

(Written for Filmoria) One of 2014’s most anticipated films, we have a new UK trailer and poster for the master of horror Alexandre Aja’s supernatural thriller Horns, which stars Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, and Max Minghella. From the director of The Hills Have Eyes and Piranha 3D, Horns is based on the dark fantasy novel […]

New Behind-The-Scenes Footage for ‘The Woman In Black’

(Written for BritScene) With the release of the first clip for Hammer Films’ latest horror production, The Woman In Black, earlier this week, CBS Films have now also released a really interesting two behind-the-scenes featurettes. The first titled “Creating A Classic Ghost Story”, looks at what makes a classic, atmospheric horror story, while the second, […]

The First Clip & New Poster for ‘The Woman In Black’

(Written for BritScene) We’ve been showing you numerous trailers and images for The Woman In Black over the past few months, but CBS Films and Hammer Films have finally released the first clip for this adaptation of Susan Hill’s 1983 horror novel of the same name, along with a new domestic poster and UK quad […]

More New Images and An Eerie Trailer for ‘The Woman In Black’

(Written for BritScene) A new TV Spot and a collection of new images have been released for The Woman in Black this week. Directed by James Watkins (Eden Lake) and written by Jane Goldman (X-Men: First Class), the film is a big-screen adaptation of Susan Hill‘s 1983 horror novel of the same name.

Daniel Radcliffe To Play Poet in ‘Kill Your Darlings’

(Written for BritScene) We’ve been talking a lot about Daniel Radcliffe‘s latest film, The Woman In Black recently, so this week we have news of something a little different – Radcliffe is currently in talks to play Beat poet Allen Ginsberg in the thriller, Kill Your Darlings, which revolves around the relationship between Ginsberg, authors […]

New Trailer, Image And Competition for ‘The Woman In Black’

(Written for BritScene) This week we have a new trailer and image as well as an exciting competition for James Watkins‘ The Woman In Black, starring British actor Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter). Directed by James Watkins (Eden Lake) and based on the 1983 thriller fiction novel by Susan Hill of the same name, Radcliffe plays […]

‘The Woman In Black’ Animated Poster and Trailer

(Written for BritScene) Last week we were given a scary trailer for The Woman In Black, starring Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter). This week we have an even scarier, animated poster and a new trailer, just in time for Halloween. The tagline for this ghost story, based on a novel by Susan Hill, is “What did […]

Scary Trailer for ‘The Woman In Black’ Starring Daniel Radcliffe

(Written for BritScene) The second full-length trailer for The Woman in Black has been released this week, promising that Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) can do more than wizardry. Directed by James Watkins (Eden Lake), and based on the 1983 thriller fiction novel by Susan Hill of the same name, Radcliffe plays the role of a […]

Harry Potter Turns Down The Apocalypse

(Written for Lost In The Multiplex) From the screenwriters of Superbad, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have been preparing for their directorial debut, The Apocalypse, and have recently confirmed a number of big names to their action-comedy. Confirmed cast members include Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill and James Franco.

Film Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 2)

It’s the end of an era, and a sad one at that. For the millions of Harry Potter fans around the world, it has all finally come to a close. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, directed by David Yates, is the latest and final instalment to the Harry Potter franchise, based on […]

Film Review: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows (Part 1)

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows is the seventh and final book of J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter franchise. Directed by David Yates, Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson) drop out of Hogwarts to seek the remaining Horcruxes in order to defeat Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes). On their journey, the trio learn […]

Film Review: Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince

Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone may not have the same dark and more complex qualities of the more recent instalments, but for a first film introducing us to a whole new magical world with fresh-faced 11-year-old actors, this first chapter in a fantastic franchise does exactly what it is expected of it. It’s nostalgic, imaginative, and it’s filled with atmosphere; the precise definition of what a children’s fantasy should be.

Film Review: Harry Potter And The Order of The Phoenix

Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone may not have the same dark and more complex qualities of the more recent instalments, but for a first film introducing us to a whole new magical world with fresh-faced 11-year-old actors, this first chapter in a fantastic franchise does exactly what it is expected of it. It’s nostalgic, imaginative, and it’s filled with atmosphere; the precise definition of what a children’s fantasy should be.

Film Review: Harry Potter And The Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone may not have the same dark and more complex qualities of the more recent instalments, but for a first film introducing us to a whole new magical world with fresh-faced 11-year-old actors, this first chapter in a fantastic franchise does exactly what it is expected of it. It’s nostalgic, imaginative, and it’s filled with atmosphere; the precise definition of what a children’s fantasy should be.

Film Review: Harry Potter And The Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone may not have the same dark and more complex qualities of the more recent instalments, but for a first film introducing us to a whole new magical world with fresh-faced 11-year-old actors, this first chapter in a fantastic franchise does exactly what it is expected of it. It’s nostalgic, imaginative, and it’s filled with atmosphere; the precise definition of what a children’s fantasy should be.

Film Review: Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets

Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone may not have the same dark and more complex qualities of the more recent instalments, but for a first film introducing us to a whole new magical world with fresh-faced 11-year-old actors, this first chapter in a fantastic franchise does exactly what it is expected of it. It’s nostalgic, imaginative, and it’s filled with atmosphere; the precise definition of what a children’s fantasy should be.

Book v Film: Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone

Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone may not have the same dark and more complex qualities of the more recent instalments, but for a first film introducing us to a whole new magical world with fresh-faced 11-year-old actors, this first chapter in a fantastic franchise does exactly what it is expected of it. It’s nostalgic, imaginative, and it’s filled with atmosphere; the precise definition of what a children’s fantasy should be.

Film Review: Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone

Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone may not have the same dark and more complex qualities of the more recent instalments, but for a first film introducing us to a whole new magical world with fresh-faced 11-year-old actors, this first chapter in a fantastic franchise does exactly what it is expected of it. It’s nostalgic, imaginative, and it’s filled with atmosphere; the precise definition of what a children’s fantasy should be.