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Marvel Announces Release Dates Until 2019

Have you ever wanted to predict the future? Here’s your chance – Marvel have announced their release dates way up until 2019 and only some of the projects have been named. Can you tell which film is which? What might be Avengers 3 or a Black Panther movie or even a Black Widow solo film? Have a look through the dates, and let us know what you think. Bear in mind that these are American release dates – Marvel have tended to open their films slightly earlier in Europe.

  • Avengers: Age Of Ultron on 1/5/2015
  • Ant-Man on 17/7/2015
  • Captain America 3 on 6/5/2016
  • Marvel Untitled – 8/7/2016
  • Marvel Untitled – 5/5/2017
  • Marvel Untitled – 28/7/2017
  • Marvel Untitled – 3/11/2017
  • Marvel Untitled – 6/7/2018
  • Marvel Untitled – 2/11/2018
  • Marvel Untitled – 3/5/2019

 

Dr Who New Comic Review

Dr Who New Comic Review (… Phew)

Even as the Doctor regenerates and replaces massive cheekbones with hawk-like eyebrows, his comic book offerings is rebooted in two new series.  I’m reviewing the first offering of each, so in a strange way I too am a time traveler except instead of a tardis I have a train to my grandparents’ house and instead of a companion I have this bag of  spare clothes and instead of… I’m going to stop.

The two new series are for the 10th and 11th Doctor respectively ( the 12th Doctor’s comic book run will begin in October) and  in both we have just lost touch with companions (Donner and the Ponds). In each case the Doctor meets his new partner in this first issue: 10 meets the smart yet strained Gabriella who is trying to hold down 2 jobs in the family business while studying at night school; while 11 meets Alice a middle aged lady who is struggling after the death of her mother. Dr Who has never been a scientifically rigorous exercise in time travel, so it is characters – particularly companions – who provide the series with its draw. I think that both comics have strong potential here. Alice’s grief and the manner with which 11 must interact with her to both comfort and distract her puts a different edge on the usually exuberant Doctor. Much of 10s comic follows Gabriella; her family drama plays out well, her father’s concepts of family loyalty fighting her desire to live on her own terms. It’s too early to say how this will play out but the writers (Nick Abadzis [10], Al Ewing [11] and Rob Williams [11 - I know these look like their ages...])  have set up these relationships well.

Titan Comics have also done a good job of presenting the Doctor. 10 talks to himself while 11 bickers with Alice in the same way he did with Amy: “Don’t do cryptic… I already bagsied cryptic”. Fans of the television series will see their characters well represented here, if some drawing are slightly odd – Matt Smith’s face was not, last time I checked, actually twice as tall as it is wide. The art as a whole is less inspired. For 11 (Alice X Zhang, Simon Fraser and Gary Caldwell) it is colourful, but takes few risks. The style in 10 (Alice X Zhang, Elena Casagrande and Arianna Florean) is better, with a less cartoony feel, but while I enjoyed the detail in a few panels, the comic would have benefited from the same approach throughout.

While it is probably too early to tell, I felt the story in 11 was poorer than it could have been. There was Dr Who’s usual lazy portrayal of any non-Doctor authority figure as craven and stupid and the ending was too sentimental for my taste. Not a deal-breaker, but juxtaposed to the strong characterisation of Alice, there could have been greater depth. The comic hinted at a longer term story arc which might be more fulfilling on that level. I found 10 more satisfying in this regard, though little actually took place instead setting up the pieces to be resolved in a proceeding comic. I really hope Gabriella’s family get more treatment because I think there is real interest there.

Overall I enjoyed reading both comics though I would assert a preference towards 10 over 11 (I felt the same way about the TV series though, so perhaps it’s an accurate depiction). The comics are fun but both lack edge. I am up for convincing over the coming issues, but I’m not sold yet. That said, if you are a big Dr Who fan or someone looking for adventure, these are sure to be a hit and both have the potential grow into great series.

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‘American Gods’ TV Series in Development

Starz has announced a script to series development of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed urban fantasy novel “American Gods.”  The pilot script will be penned by Bryan Fuller (known best for the weird and wonderful shows such as Hannibal, Pushing Daisies, and Wonderfalls) and Michael Green (of, um, Heroes fame. But the first season was excellent!), who will also showrun the series.

Starz, who are notable for their eclectic taste in television shows – producing Torchwood: Miracle Day and Camelot – have taken on the project from HBO. HBO, who have already produced two blockbuster adaptation hits (True Blood and Game of Thrones), mysteriously declined the show. They broadly cited script problems with bringing it to life, but seeing as they’ve made a show where vampires get high on fairy blood and are given godlike powers from the Lilith of Hebrew myth, it would seem they had other problems with the story.

Neil Gaiman had this to say on the Starz news; “When you create something like ‘American Gods,’ which attracts fans and obsessives and people who tattoo quotes from it on themselves or each other, and who all, tattooed or not, just care about it deeply, it’s really important to pick your team carefully: you don’t want to let the fans down, or the people who care and have been casting it online since the dawn of recorded history. What I love most about the team who I trust to take it out to the world, is that they are the same kind of fanatics that ’American Gods’ has attracted since the start. I haven’t actually checked Bryan Fuller or Michael Green for quote tattoos, but I would not be surprised if they have them. The people at Fremantle are the kinds of people who have copies of ‘American Gods in the bottom of their backpacks after going around the world, and who press them on their friends. And the team at Starz have been quite certain that they wanted to give Shadow, Wednesday and Laura a home since they first heard that the book was out there. I can’t wait to see what they do to bring the story to the widest possible audience able to cope with it.”

Bryan Fuller, who is a dab hand at blending whimsy with reality said; “Neil Gaiman has created the holiest of holy toy boxes with ‘American Gods’ and filled it with all manner of magical thing, born of new gods and old. Michael Green and I are thrilled to crack this toy box wide open and unleash the fantastical titans of heaven and earth and Neil’s vividly prolific imagination.”

All in all, American Gods looks to be the next binge-worthy boxset.

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Want More Giant Robots? Pacific Rim 2 is Coming!

In this video, director Guillermo del Totoro has a very special message for all fans of giant robots everywhere.

“From now until April 2017, we’re gonna develop a new animated series for Pacific Rim, continue the comic book series we started with [Tales from] Year Zero, and most importantly, creating a sequel for the film. I’m working on this with Zak Penn and Travis Beacham, and we are all very happy to be bringing you more Kaiju, more Jaegers, kicking each others butts.”

So expect to see Pacific Rim in theatres in April 2017! Are you excited to be getting a sequel? Are you excited for the prequel comics?

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Hungerford Review

‘Hungerford’ is a sci-fi horror film that has recent been debuted as part of this year’s Sci-Fi London film festival at the British Film Institute. The film’s director, Drew Casson (who also stars in the film), is the youngest director on record to have a feature screened at the BFI.

Hungerford details a small English town that becomes victim to the first onslaught of an alien invasion. Cowen – played by Casson – and friends are those who eventually rise to the task of trying to face off the alien hordes. There are a lot of elements from classic sci-fi in this film; there are definitely echoes of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Village of the Damned, Night of the Living Dead, but you’ll probably instantly be reminded of Shaun of the Dead from the film’s realistic dialogue and suburban setting. I found that to be one of the film’s core strengths.  The idea of a supernatural force taking over a sleepy English town is one that has been done to death and it can present problems in preventing the idea from feeling like a repeat of old material. Hungerford, while inspired by the greats of the genre, never feels like a rehash of old ideas.

The film is incredibly impressive on a technical level. The direction is solid throughout, preventing the film from ever feeling fantastical, and the editing is well-done. The sound editing is absolutely superb. I have never heard such crisp sound editing before – and if you want to argue about how that’s not important, I will point you in the direction of the latest BBC adaptations. The special effects have clearly been done on a budget but are extremely effective. Most have been done practically, which is something I like to see, and they are visceral and bloody, adding to the film’s atmosphere.  There is a sinister, ethereal sense of terror that settles upon you as you watch Hungerford, and my hat goes off to Casson for pulling off what many more well-known directors can’t.

If the review has sounded a little dry before now, well… I just didn’t care for Hungerford very much. There are parts of the film that are excellent but to me they were sadly overwhelmed by what I didn’t like. Namely, my two most hated sci-fi or horror film tropes: found footage and characters who are both idiots and unpleasant.

Film with an alien invasion, found footage, and asshole characters? I’ve already seen that film. It was called Cloverfield. I didn’t like that film either.

My dislike for found footage is a fairly personal thing – I just find it a bit overdone these days, seeing as every other horror film released in the last five years has been one. It’s explained by Casson filming a week in his life for a college project, which means that he merrily films everything – annoying his friends, murdering aliens, and whatever dramatic happens to him that would make any normal person drop their camera straight away. I find found footage films to present a lot of logical problems that prevents me from ever getting really into a story. It breaks my suspension of disbelief, I’m sorry to say.

And that brings me to what is my major problem with the film. I really do not like the characters. For some reason, it’s become a popular trend for characters in horror films to be really unpleasant. I don’t understand this trend because it’s not a good thing for me to actively want your characters to be killed by aliens. The characters watch a man collapse on the street, seriously injured, and laugh and refuse to help. They watch a girl vomiting up blood and do nothing. They watch a man being violently attacked by two men (who we realise later are aliens) and do nothing. These characters are horrible! They have a drinking party because the town hall explodes! Why am I supposed to like these characters, exactly? What reason are you giving me to want to know the story of these characters? Why am I supposed to root for these characters to survive? You are not giving me a reason to be interested in their arc throughout the narrative.

There is also an unpleasant undercurrent in the character’s dialogue, namely a recurrent joke about how Adam jokes Cowen is ‘gay’ (ha, ha, it is to laugh) and how Phil, Adam’s sister, cannot do anything. In fact, there are two female characters in this film – Phil and Janine – and both of them are presented as being entirely useless. They are treated as being useless and are spoken of as being useless. I had no idea that fending off an alien invasion was something that could only be achieved by men.

The film has a Shaun of the Dead-esque attitude to the invasion – our characters notice a weird series of events but as they are background events until things come to a head. The problem is that Shaun of the Dead takes place over two days. It’s a small amount of time which explains why the arrival of zombies takes society by surprise. Hungerford takes place over three or four days. Weird things keep happening and absolutely no one thinks to contact any authorities or to do anything.

That said, the scripting problems result from inexperience and there are many commendable qualities about the script. The characters feel real and fleshed out.  They pass the realness test – they feel like they have a life before the events of the film. The script is tight and there are no wasted scenes. This is a marvel in any film released nowadays and while it may have arisen from budgetary constraints, it makes Hungerford feel like a breath of fresh air.

The whole film feels like a blessed relief from the unrelenting churn of modern Hollywood sci-fi blockbusters. There is limited CGI, using great practical effects that I always like to see more of, and the film focuses on a core cast of a few, rather than filling the screen with thousands of poorly rendered space ships and a cast of thousands. There are no attempts to hammer in a poorly disguised message that has been designed for the masses. While I was left a little cold by it, there’s a lot to enjoy in this film and I would highly recommend checking out this film. It’s a fantastic achievement for home grown British talent, and I cannot praise the director enough. His talent is shamefully obvious, especially to this wannabe screenwriter, and I look forward to enjoying his next project more whole-heartedly.

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Ultimate Film Guide 2014

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, a newly-wed couple finds themselves dealing with an earlier-than-planned pregnancy. While recording everything for posterity, the husband begins to notice odd behaviour in his wife that they initially write off to nerves, but, as the months pass, it becomes evident that the dark changes to her body and mind have a much more sinister origin. If you’re not already fed up of found footage movies, this might be up your street.

17 January

Collider – There’s no information up for this film. It’s listed as science fiction, and that’s about it.

The Devil’s Bargain - Again, no information about this. I’m guessing it’s probably horror.

20 January

The Station – Scientists working in the German Alps discover that a glacier is leaking a liquid that appears to be affecting local wildlife.

27 January

The Girl at the End of the World - Katie and Dan are in a long distance relationship but when a catastrophic event knocks out all technology, they must find a way across oceans and land to be with each other at the end of the world. This missed the apocolypse trend of 2012 and 2013, but it might still be interesting.

29 January

I, Frankenstein – This was pushed back from last year (never a good sign). It’s about Frankenstein’s monster being a monster hunter, but seeing as they can’t even get the name of the monster right, this looks like pure schlock. Good for a fun night out though.

 

7 February

RoboCop - In 2028 Detroit, when Alex Murphy – a loving husband, father and good cop – is critically injured in the line of duty, the multinational conglomerate OmniCorp sees their chance for a part-man, part-robot police officer. You know the story of RoboCop. What remains to be seen is if this remake can match the original.

Mr. Peabody & Sherman - Another film pushed back to a later release date. A film version of the classic American cartoon, this looks about as good as those Smurfs films.

10 February

The Curse of Ba’al - No synopsis for this film yet. It seems to be a bog standard horror film, probably cashing in on the current trend for demons.

14 February

The Lego Movie - An ordinary LEGO minifigure, mistakenly thought to be the extraordinary MasterBuilder, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil LEGO tyrant from gluing the universe together. OK, the Lego games are good and funny, but this might be a step too far.

The Pirate Fairy – This is yet another Tinkerbell movie, because Disney is not going to stop milking a successful cash cow. Still, it has Tom Hiddleston and Christina Hendricks in it, so it might be divertingly enjoyable.

The Universe - This is listed as being ‘sci fi’ but has no other information.

17 February

Dragon Day - A family getaway to a mountain town turns deadly when China launches a massive cyberattack against the USA, forcing former NSA engineer Duke Evans to fight to save his wife and daughter in the New World Order.

18 February

The Last Scout - Another science fiction film with no synopsis available. Honestly, what’s so hard about providing a vague summary of a plot?

19 February

Vampire Academy - Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, half human/vampire, guardians of the Moroi, peaceful, mortal vampires living discretely within our world. Her legacy is to protect the Moroi from bloodthirsty, immortal Vampires, the Strigoi. This is her story. The tagline is ‘They Suck at School’. I would suggest that this ought to be shortened.

21 February

Pompeii - Hey look, it’s Titanic with a volcano instead.

Only Lovers Left Alive – A story centred on two vampires who have been in love for centuries. With Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston starring, this film has had some massive hype. It looks fascinating, and is one of my most eagerly anticipated films of the year.

Winter’s Tale - A burglar falls for an heiress as she dies in his arms. When he learns that he has the gift of reincarnation, he sets out to save her.

Welcome to Yesterday - A group of teens discover secret plans of a time machine, and construct one. However, things start to get out of control.

26 February

The Book Thief - Another of my top films for this year. While subjected to the horrors of World War II Germany, young Liesel finds solace by stealing books and sharing them with others. Under the stairs in her home, a Jewish refugee is being sheltered by her adoptive parents. This film – and the book it’s based on – are narrative by the omnipresent figure of Death. It’s a beautiful story, and hopefully the film does it justice.

28 February

Legacy of Thorn – Four years ago, Jess and her friends lived a nightmare that has left her almost killed by the unstoppable killer ‘Thorn’. Four years later, Jessica and the survivors make an attempt to stop him once and for all.

 

3 March

The Human Race – Battle Royale with running.

6 March

The Hypnophile - ‘The Hypnophile is the first in a series of sick and twisted thrillers where the unexpected darkness becomes a reality and your nightmares are the only rest bite between the utter mayhem and madness that unleashes at the hands of the Hypnophile the owner of your mind, your dreams and your soul. There will be NO ESCAPE FROM HER.’ Of course.

7 March

The Grand Budapest Hotel - The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. It’s a Wes Anderson film, so it’s guaranteed to be weird and wonderful.

300: Rise of an Empire - The Greek general Themistocles battles an invading army of Persians under the mortal-turned-god, Xerxes.

10 March

Memory Lane – An orphaned war-veteran routinely travels between our world and the afterlife in search of his fiance’s killer by stopping and starting his own heart.

14 March

Under the Skin - An alien seductress preys upon hitchhikers in Scotland. Another really interesting film that I would recommend seeing.

The Zero Theorem - A computer hacker’s goal to discover the reason for human existence continually finds his work interrupted thanks to the Management; this time, they send a teenager and lusty love interest to distract him. This is the new Terry Gilliam film. I am an unashamed Gilliam fan, and this is one of 2014′s highlights.

17 March

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero – A flesh-eating virus spreads throughout a cruise ship in the Caribbean after it crashes into an abandoned scientific research boat.

28 March

Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world and battles a new threat from old history: the Soviet agent known as the Winter Soldier. I AM VERY EXCITE.

Muppets Most Wanted - While on a grand world tour, The Muppets find themselves wrapped into an European jewel-heist caper headed by a Kermit the Frog look-alike and his dastardly sidekick.

Noah - Darren Arnofsky’s retelling of the Biblical myth, where he magically makes ancient Palestine entirely populated by white people.

31 March

Valley of the Demon - Another independent British horror film. This was all the information I could find.

 

1 April

Dead Walkers: Rise of the 4th Reich - It’s a film about zombie Nazis.

4 April

Divergent - Beatrice Prior, a teenager with a special mind, finds her life threatened when an authoritarian leader seeks to exterminate her kind in her effort to seize control of their divided society. Based on a YA book series, I have heard mixed things. It might be a good popcorn flick.

The Double – A comedy centered on a man who is driven insane by the appearance of his doppleganger.

11 April

The Quiet Ones - A University physics professor assembles a team to help create a poltergeist.

18 April

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - Peter Parker runs the gauntlet as the mysterious company Oscorp sends up a slew of supervillains against him, impacting on his life. I’m hoping this film is as good as the first one.

Magic Magic - A naive young tourist’s road trip across Chile with friends turns into a waking nightmare.

25 April

Transcendence – A terminally ill scientist downloads his mind into a computer. This grants him power beyond his wildest dreams, and soon he becomes unstoppable.

28 April

Geek Undead – A mild-mannered IT tech fights zombies.

 

2 May

Frank – A comedy about a young wannabe musician, Jon, who discovers he’s bitten off more than he can chew when he joins an eccentric pop band led by the mysterious and enigmatic Frank.

16 May

Godzilla – RUN! IT’S GODZILLA!

22 May

X-Men: Days of Future Past – The X-Men send Wolverine to the past in a desperate effort to change history and prevent an event that results in doom for both humans and mutants. Another film I am very much looking forward to!

27 May

Soldiers of the Damned – Nazi soldiers and the occult.

30 May

Maleficent – The “Sleeping Beauty” tale is told from the perspective of the villainous Maleficent and looks at the events that hardened her heart and drove her to curse young Princess Aurora.

Edge of Tomorrow – A soldier fighting in a war with aliens finds himself caught in a time loop of his last day in the battle, though he becomes better skilled along the way.

The Midnight Horror Show - The Moreau Family travel around the UK putting on an underground variety show for an adult audience. But behind the curtain there is something more sinister going on than simple entertainment.

 

1 June

AfterDeath – Five young people wake up dead. Washed up by the tide they scramble to an abandoned beach house, soon realising that the perpetual night and blasts of pain suggest this is some version of hell. Between in-fighting and attacks by a demonic shadow creature, they recall the collapse of the nightclub that brought them here – and begin seeing hope of a second chance in the cabin’s two mysterious paintings…

Cute Little Buggers - English knock-off of Gremlins.

The Redwood Massacre – The Redwood Massacre horror story is legend throughout Scotland. Every year party-goers flock to the site on the anniversary of the murders. A group of campers heading for the house soon find themselves being stalked by a mysterious evil.

14 June

Eve – A year on from the outbreak in a lonely world where the remaining survivors of humanity are hunted down by a new evolutionary threat. Our group who are now down to just four stumble onto an abandoned refugee\ evac center looking for food, with deadly consequences.

30 June

C.O.O.L.I.O Time Travel Gangster – A film about London Gangsters, Time Travel and Good verses Evil. As a young disbelieving reporter interviews the oldest man on earth, she unwittingly discovers how history is changing before her very eyes.

 

4 July

How to Train Your Dragon 2 – It’s been five years since Hiccup and Toothless successfully united dragons and vikings on the island of Berk. While Astrid, Snoutlout and the rest of the gang are challenging each other to dragon races (the island’s new favorite contact sport), the now inseparable pair journey through the skies, charting unmapped territories and exploring new worlds. When one of their adventures leads to the discovery of a secret ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, the two friends find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace. Now, Hiccup and Toothless must unite to stand up for what they believe while recognizing that only together do they have the power to change the future of both men and dragons.

10 July

Transformers: Age of Extinction - oh, who really cares at this point?

17 July

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – Survivors of the simian plague trigger an all-out war between humanity and Caesar’s growing forces.

25 July

Jupiter Ascending – In a universe where humans are near the bottom of the evolutionary ladder, a young destitute human woman is targeted for assassination by the Queen of the Universe because her very existence threatens to end the Queen’s reign.

 

1 August

Guardians of the Galaxy – In the far reaches of space, an American pilot named Peter Quill finds himself the object of a manhunt after stealing an orb coveted by the villainous Ronan.

6 August

Nightfall – Two friends discover a vampire conspiracy to enslave the human race.

8 August

Hercules - Having enduring his legendary twelve labors, Hercules, the Greek demigod, has his life as a sword-for-hire tested when the King of Thrace and his daughter seek his aid in defeating a tyrannical warlord. This film has Dwayne Johnson, John Hurt, and Ian McShane, so it sounds pretty epic.

15 August

The Expendables 3 – The third instalment of the action-adventure franchise that follows the exploits of Barney Ross, Lee Christmas, and their associates.

22 August

Deliver Us from Evil – NY police officer Ralph Sarchie, investigates a series of crimes. He joins forces with an unconventional priest, schooled in the rituals of exorcism, to combat the possessions that are terrorizing their city.

29 August

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For – The town’s most hard-boiled citizens cross paths with some of its more reviled inhabitants.

 

1 September

Rock Band Vs Vampires – Oh dear.

12 Septmber

The Boxtrolls – A young orphaned boy raised by underground cave-dwelling trash collectors tries to save his friends from an evil exterminator. Based on the children’s novel ‘Here Be Monsters’ by Alan Snow.

3 October

Dracula Untold – Vampire mythology combined with the true history of Prince Vlad to tell the ‘origin’ of Dracula.

10 October

Broken Nation – A futuristic Magnificent Seven set in a post apocalyptic Britain.

17 October

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Michael Bay wasn’t content ruining one franchise.

24 October

The Maze Runner – Battle Royale in a maze.

Paranormal Activity 5 – Exactly the same the same things that happened in the last four films are bound to occur in this one. Do not expect any significant changes.

31 October

Invasion of the Not Quite Dead – In 1978 a deadly virus is contained… Thirty years later the virus is released on an unsuspecting island off the coast of England in this ‘unique’ take on the Zombie genre.

Ouija – 9 friends take a camping trip into the woods, only to find they are not alone.

Facility 31 – Guilt-ridden Army prisoner Rosie Hinton has to lead a group of detainees to safety when a clean-up of an abandoned facility unleashes a sinister secret.

 

1 November

Blind Date – Charlie and Maggie are both looking for that special someone, after meeting through a dating website they agree to go on a date. What follows, no one can expect.

7 November

Interstellar – A group of explorers make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.

21 November

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part One – Katniss Everdeen reluctantly becomes the symbol of a mass rebellion against the autocratic Capitol. One of my top picks for the year.

 

1 December

Hadron – As humanity battles swarms of flesh-eating bugs, a teenage girl is forced to go on the run with her younger sister, and discovers powers of her own that maybe the key to saving the world.

5 December

Exodus - This is a film about Moses, and the exodus of the Jews from Egypt. However, I am disgusted that this film has an all-white cast when they are portraying Africans and Palestinians. I really would advise that you avoid both films for their appalling whitewashing.

12 December

Home – A group of aliens seek refuge from their enemies by hiding out on Earth.

19 December

The Hobbit: There and Back Again – Another film I am eagerly waiting for. The trilogy of Hobbit films conclude.

21 December

Tales of Albion – Myths, legends and folklore of Britain re-told in eight interwoven tales.

26 December

Night at the Museum – Hopefully, this is better than the last film.

 

 

 

 

* All information is correct at time of posting, but dates may be altered or changed over the course of the year.