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47 Metres Down Review

47 Metres Down Review

On vacation in Mexico, Lisa (Mandy Moore) and Kate (Claire Holt) are convinced by some new friends to try cage diving to get a close look at some of the Great White Sharks that roam the ocean at their hotels doorstep. After disaster strikes their cage sinks to the depth of 47 meters and the pair must figure out how to survive, while the crew above must figure out how to rescue them. Mandy Moore (A...[Read More]

Top 100 Mondo Posters – Part Eight – 30-21

Top 100 Mondo Posters – Part Eight – 30-21

On this eight entry in the Top 100 Best Mondo Prints, I cover entries 30-21. Make sure to check out the posts covering entries 100-91 and 90-81 and 80-71 and 70-61 and 60-51 and 50-41 and 40-31 and 30-21 and 20-11 and 10-1. 30. Quentin Tarantino’s caustic epic The Hateful Eight is a film that documents the foundations of America on one cold, stormy night. Racism, hate, misogyny, distrust, all are ...[Read More]

Best Film Posters of 2016

Best Film Posters of 2016

2016 provided another year of solid film prints to cover the walls of your house/toilet/cave with. As per my Best Film Prints of 2015 list, I’ve provided a few honourable mentions, alongside what I feel are the best film prints of 2016. Let’s jump in… Rich Kelly‘s work has always been superb – seriously, go have a look at his port folio – and his work for the Na...[Read More]

Best Film Prints of 2015

Best Film Prints of 2015

Another year is down with another set of great film prints that help showcase their respective films perfectly. Whilst there is always a plethora of film prints out there to choose from, these are my ten (and a couple of honourable homages as well) favourite film prints of the year. First of all – a couple of prints that aren’t directly related to films, but they are nice homages to th...[Read More]

The First Blockbuster and Its Legacy Forty Years On.

The First Blockbuster and Its Legacy Forty Years On.

There’s no denying it, Jaws is a great film. It’s one of the most accessible horror films around alongside The Silence of the Lambs and The Sixth Sense. Alongside The Silence of the Lambs and The Sixth Sense, Jaws was nominated for Best Picture. How could it not be? It is the first major blockbuster. Launching on around 400 screens, it earned its budget back in two weeks and gradually ...[Read More]