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Cinema Retro has received the following press release:
London Film Convention
The 80th Anniversary of Hammer!
Saturday November the 8th ( 10am – 6pm )
Venue : Central Hall Westminster.
Storey’s Gate, Westminster, London SW1H 9Nh
Celebrates in a one-off special event one of the worlds longest running film production companies Hammer’s 80th anniversary.
Founded by William Hindes and James Carerras in November 1934!
The company very much dominated the world market from the 1950’s to the 1970’s in comedies but above all their now classic horror films.
Now very much back in production with several successful films over the past years.
With a sequel to their film version of the play “ Woman In Black “ that starred Daniel Radcliff due for release in 2015 “ Woman In Black : Angel Of Death “ .
The show is also a celebration of the British film industry and of the past and present creative film making in »
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Odd List Ryan Lambie 23 Apr 2014 - 06:54
We take a look back at the geek movies that have hinted at sequels that were never made, and we'd really like to see...
Nb: The following contains inevitable spoilers. If you haven't seen a film in a particular entry, feel free to skip to the next one.
In some cases, it comes as a relief when a threatened sequel fails to materialise. The end of the infamous Mac And Me, for example, sees its family of cretinous aliens drive off in a pink Cadillac, a speech bubble chillingly telling us, "We'll be back!" Thankfully, Mac And Me 2 has yet to materialise, despite the original film's near-legendary status.
Every so often, though, we'll come across a movie that strongly hints at more adventures to come, but for a variety of reasons - usually financial ones - the sequel never got made. To illustrate this, »
2 items from 2014
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