Yes, the Ultimate Film Guide is back! This is the ultimate list of all things science fiction, horror, fantasy, speculative, or just plain weird that are coming out this year. Print out and display in a prominent place for maximum film contact. 16 January Devil’s Due – After a mysterious, lost night on their honeymoon, […]
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About Jess Collett
Blogger and snark bandit, Jess is an online amateur reviewer who likes nothing more than to criticise the heck out of stuff until said stuff is devoid of heck. You can find her alias, Dottie Smith, analysing supernatural and a multitude of films over at her YouTube channel.
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The Lord of the Rings as a franchise doesn’t age well when subjected to critiques of feminism and racism; it is unfortunate that the original books were a product of a society that was entrenched in some very nasty attitudes towards those who were not eminently respectable white gentlemen. This does not mean that Tolkien […]
The very first trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past has now landed. The 2014 film is adapted from the classic comics arc, and sees director Bryan Singer returning to the series.
The film is out next spring, and the first preview stills and trailer have just been dropped. Consider us excited. The trailer sees Cap living in a world where the government is doing something dark and questionable. Huh. He also appears to be a fully fledged SHIELD agent. The film takes a lot from the […]
Hot on the heels of the first poster for the second part of Peter Jackon’s Hobbit trilogy comes the trailer for The Desolation of Smaug. This two minute trailer gives us all a first look at some important characters. We have Lee Pace as Thranduil, the father of Legolas and the Eleven King, doing something […]
The second part of Peter Jackson’s trilogy of films adapting the classic novel by Tolkein will be released this Christmas. Featuring Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins, the poster sees the hobbit in the midst of the destruction caused by the dragon Smaug (played by Benedict Cumberbatch) before the open doorway into the abandoned dwarf kingdom […]
I’m sure you’ve heard the news that Matt Smith has made the decision to leave his role as the eleventh Doctor in this year’s Christmas special. After an astounding tenure on the show, he’s moving onto fresh new projects where he can show off his phenomenal talent and boundless enthusiasm. As fans, we can be […]
With Man of Steel out on the 14th of June, Warner Brothers have been pumping out a large amount of trailers, this one being the newest. Star Trek Into Darkness is out on the 9th of May. Byzantium is a vampire film by the acclaimed directer of Interview with the Vampire, Neil Jordan. It’s out […]
Disney have confirmed that JJ Abrams, writer of Lost, Fringe and directer of Star Trek and Super 8, will direct Star Wars Episode VII and relaunch the franchise. In an official statement, producer Kathleen Kennedy said, “It’s very exciting to have JJ aboard leading the charge as we set off to make a new Star […]
This is your ultimate guide to all the science fiction, horror, super hero, genre and quirky films you can expect to see released this year. Print out, circle in your diary, and find new films to anticipate. (These are all the British release dates, for readers from foreign climes) 11 January Midnight Son -The story […]
- Ralph on Tauriel – A Feminist Critique
- Delia Lac on Could the next Doctor be female?
- Zefram Cochrane on Battlestar Galactica – Revelations – Alternative Review