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The evenings are getting shorter, you've already seen the first festive cards for sale at your local supermarket and The X Factor is back on Saturday nights. To borrow a phrase - winter is coming.
But don't despair, because there is much more to autumn TV in 2014 than Cheryl Cole and Simon Cowell bickering over a bunch of karaoke singers. Don't believe us? Check out our list of 17 must-watch shows, which mean that you might as well cancel your plans until Christmas.
1. Glue - E4
A bloke from Rizzle Kicks, a writer from This Is England and lots of horses. It doesn't sound like an obvious hit, but Glue is most definitely worth getting excited about.
Skins crossed with Midsomer Murders and an added sinister, bleak edge, is probably the best description for this eight-parter, which will have you hooked from its full-on (and full frontal) opening sequence.
2. The Apprentice »
Want to know what British films are coming out this month? Then look no further than our fabulous movie calendar...
Welcome to our new, regularly updated calendar of all the British movies due for release in UK cinemas over the coming months. So if you're keen to keep up-to-date on the latest in home grown cinema - from documentaries to dramas, and comedy horror to science fiction - this is the ideal post for you.
So here's what's coming up in the future.
12 September 2014
Director: Matthew Warchus
Details: A drama about a group of gay and lesbian activists donating to people in need during the 1984 miners' strike.
Director: Marc Evans
Details: A documentary about Swansea football fans.
19 September 2014
Director: Andre Singer
Details: A documentary »
Monsters: Dark Continent has received a new trailer.
The new clip sees a group of soldiers fighting against giant sand creatures in the Middle East, while trying to rescue people trapped by the monsters.
The film, which is a sequel to 2010's indie sci-fi Monsters, centres on a solider searching for his lost team member in an Infected Zone.
Monsters: Dark Continent is due for release in the UK and Ireland on November 28. »
We'd already had a pretty good look at the aliens in Monsters: Dark Continent but it looks like Vertigo is putting it all out there before the movie's release and a newly minted trailer has appeared that features even more alien action.
The sequel to Gareth Edwards debut is being directed by Tom Green and stars "The Fades" stars Johnny Harris and Joe Dempsie as members of the Us army sent to the middle east to fight off the alien invasion.
It's a stylish looking affair featuring some of the same footage we've seen in previous trailers but with the added bonus of loads and loads of aliens and more than one really stellar looking scene of aliens peeking through dust, mountai [Continued ...] »
While Gareth Edwards used Monsters to launch his career to the heights of Godzilla and Star Wars, his debut is also turning into a franchise. Monsters: Dark Continent doesn’t see the helmer return, but it does expand his world, following Johnny Harris (Welcome To The Punch), Sam Keeley (What Richard Did) and Joe Dempsie (Game Of Thrones) in the story of […] »
- Jordan Raup
Here’s a first look at the latest trailer for Monsters Dark Continent.
Directed by BAFTA winner Tom Green in his debut feature, Monsters Dark Continent stars Johnny Harris (Welcome to the Punch, ‘This is England’ series, London To Brighton), Sam Keeley (What Richard Did; forthcoming Ron Howard feature Heart of The Sea), Joe Dempsie (‘Game of Thrones’, ‘Skins’), Kyle Soller (Anna Karenina), Parker Sawyers (Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit) and Nicholas Pinnock (Captain America: The First Avenger).
- Michelle McCue
Gareth Edwards may be tangling with bigger monsters and franchises in the form of Godzilla and Star Wars, but his very own Monsters continues forward in the form of Monsters: Dark Continent, directed by Tom Green. Green is responsible for some of the best episodes of the fantastic first two seasons of Misfits so hopefully his style will translate well to the monster focused sequel. Those worried about Edwards’ departure should note that he has given the project his full blessing and has even stated “I better watch my back,” in terms of the sequel’s quality. There’s still a lot of human drama in this sequel, as a group of soldiers venture into areas swarming with monsters, but we also see a lot more of the monsters themselves. Skins and Game Of Thrones star Joe Dempsie, leads the cast in what looks to be a genuine extension of the original. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Ten years on from the events of Monsters, and the 'Infected Zones' have now spread worldwide. In the Middle East a new insurgency has begun. At the same time there has also been a proliferation of Monsters in that region.
The Army decide to draft in more numbers to help deal with this insurgency.
We follow four fresh new recruits from Detroit as they all excitedly look forward to performing what they were trained to do. the third trailer for Monsters: Dark Continent introduces these soldiers along with some of the new monsters on display. Watch as a pit bull takes on a baby monster, and a new threat to humanity emerges out of the desert.
Seven years on from the events of Monsters, and the 'Infected Zones' have spread worldwide. Humans have been knocked off the top of the food chain, with disparate communities struggling for survival. American soldiers »
"Killin' martians, baby." The most recent trailer for Monsters: Dark Continent, the sequel to Godzilla director Gareth Edwards' breakthrough indie sensation, showed off the larger scale story at the center of the follow-up. Now we get to see even more action as we follow a group of soldiers tasked with taking down some of the creatures across the globe. Thankfully though, it doesn't seem like they've completely thrown out the character-driven angle that made the first film so great as there seem to be hints of drama akin to Zero Dark Thirty or Black Hawk Down. This actually looks pretty decent, so we hope it ends up in the Us. Here's the new UK trailer for Tom Green's Monsters: Dark Continent from Vertigo Films UK: Monsters: Dark Continent is the sequel to Gareth Edwards' Monsters. Tom Green ("Misfits") makes his feature directorial debut with a script from Jay Basu. »
- Ethan Anderton
Vertigo Films has debuted an all-new trailer for Monsters: Dark Continent, the anticipated sequel to 2010’s beloved cult hit that is due to release later this year.
With Gareth Edwards’ upcoming directing slate brimming with blockbuster projects, Vertigo Films has passed the directing torch over to relative newcomer Tom Green — who previously worked on hit UK TV show, Misfits. And, in order to whet the appetites of eager fans, the studio also posted a brief synopsis for the upcoming sci-fi continuation.
“Two soldiers embark on a life-altering mission through the dark heart of monster territory in the deserts. By the time they reach their goal, they will have been forced to confront the fear that fighting the monsters is just the beginning of their war.”
Clearly, much has changed since that ill-fated and wayward Nasa probe crash-landed in the Mexican desert. In fact, Monsters: Dark Continent is set to take »
- Michael Briers
The handiwork of a debutant director, Tom Green, and shot on location, in Jordan, with a small cast and big ambitions, Monsters: Dark Continent shares many things with Gareth Edwards’ original film. That DNA extends, of course, to the tentacle-y aliens themselves, flaunted in all their extra-terrestrial magnificence in the movie’s new trailer.Set ten years after Monsters, the Edwards exec-produced ‘continuation’ heads east, where a new strain of alien sand bugs have taken up icky residence. Combat troops Noah (Johnny Harris), Frankie (Joe Dempsie) and Michael (Sam Keeley) are in on the bug hunt across Arabian deserts and into the maws of death.With a whole mess of years elapsed since that Nasa probe crash-landed in Latin America, the aliens have adapted efficiently to their new environment. Environments, actually. There are now infected zones dotted across the globe and the idea of harmonious co-existence, touched on in the first film, »
Ahead of its release this November, a new trailer has arrived online for Monsters: Dark Continent, director Tom Green’s follow-up to Gareth Edwards’ cult 2010 breakthrough Monsters, and you can check it out below after the official synopsis….
Ten years on from the events of Monsters, and the ‘Infected Zones’ have now spread worldwide. In the Middle East a new insurgency has begun. At the same time there has also been a proliferation of Monsters in that region. The Army decide to draft in more numbers to help deal with this insurgency.
We follow four fresh new recruits from Detroit as they all excitedly look forward to performing what they were trained to do. At first it all seems like a game to them but things quickly change when they are given a special mission: to rescue five soldiers who have been lost deep in the Infected Zone.
The main »
- Gary Collinson
The new full length trailer for Tom Green's 'Monsters: Dark Continent' has finally emerged! The sequel to 'Godzilla' helmer Gareth Edwards' excellent 2010 debut feature 'Monsters' arrives in UK theatres this November. And whilst Edwards' original was a great showcase for guerilla style filmmaking on a low budget it seems the follow-up from Vertical Releasing is coming out all guns blazing...literally. Johnny Harris ('Snow White and the Huntsman'), Joe Dempsie ('Game of Thrones'), Sam Keeley, Kyle Soller ('Anna Karenina'), Parker Sawyers ('Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit') and Nicholas Pinnock ('Captain America: The First Avenger') all star in the action-packed sequel. Check out the trailer below. »
Looking for a handy list of the science fiction films still to look forward to this year? Then here's the post for you...
The year's nearly half over, and we've already experienced a range of genre movies, some great, some less so.
But with the summer season finally here and about six months left before the terrifying prospect of 2015 hoves into view, there are still plenty more science fiction offerings to be found in a cinema near you.
Here's a pick of 11 of our favourites, plus a selection of honourable mentions at the end, which includes films that don't yet have a firm release date in the Us or UK.
In terms of sheer entertainment value, Edge Of Tomorrow could be this summer's dark horse. That it's based on a relatively obscure Japanese novel (All You Need Is Kill - the film's original, far less »
Monsters Dark Continent Trailer. Tom Green‘s Monsters: Dark Continent (2014) ‘Giant Sand Bugs’ movie trailer stars Joe Dempsie, Johnny Harris, Sofia Boutella, Nicholas Pinnock, and Parker Sawyers. Monsters: Dark Continent‘s plot synopsis: “Seven years on from the events of Monsters, and the ‘Infected Zones’ have spread worldwide. Humans have been [...]
Continue reading: Monsters: Dark Continent (2014) Movie Trailer: Giant Bugs are Rampant »
- Rollo Tomasi
In Monsters: Dark Continent, the sequel to director Gareth Edwards’ 2010 feature film debut Monsters, the soldiers huddled inside a Humvee have a lot to worry about. Not only does their armored vehicle need to withstand bullets and RPGs, it also needs to survive being battered by a giant tentacled extraterrestrial creature.
In the sands of the Middle East, the Us military is locked in a fierce battle with aliens. So that you can get a glimpse of how intense this tour of duty is, we have the official trailer for Monsters: Dark Continent for you to watch:
Presented by Vertigo Films, Monsters: Dark Continent sees Gareth Edwards serving as executive producer, with Tom Green (TV’s Misfits) directing. Johnny Harris (The Last Days on Mars) stars alongside Sam Keeley (What Richard Did) and Joe Dempsie (Game Of Thrones):
“Infected zones have spread worldwide and the army does battle with »
- Derek Anderson
An atmospheric new trailer has landed online for Monsters: Dark Continent. Dusty, ominous and offering a first glimpse at the sequel's new 'sand bug' monsters, it's like Gareth Edwards' first film has collided with The Hurt Locker and Cloverfield. In other words: it looks freaking awesome. Set seven years after the first film, Monsters: DC finds the world now made up of a patchwork of 'infected zones', through which two soldiers battle for survival. Check out the trailer below... Directed by Tom Green and starring Johnny Harris...
- Josh Winning
As 'Godzilla' runs rampage through the box offices currently its the sequel to director Gareth Edwards' 'Monsters' that is grabbing today's limelight. The first official trailer for 'Monsters: Dark Continent' has landed bringing with it all sorts of monstrous mayhem, fire-powered action and a catchy little rap. The movie is set for release this coming September and stars Johnny Harris ('Snow White and the Huntsman'), Joe Dempsie ('Game of Thrones') and Sam Keeley with 'Misfits' helmer Tom Green in the director's chair. Back in 2010 Edwards made his directorial debut with the effects laden guerilla-styled 'Monsters' which obviously grabbed enough attention to land him his recent job rebooting 'Godzilla'. Check out the new trailer below. »
The sequel to Monsters, Monsters: Dark Continent, takes place seven years after the first film. Now, America and the world is on the brink of destruction and human survivors are desperate to stop a growing alien invasion. The original film was directed by Gareth Edwards (Godzilla). Now, Tom Green ("Blackout) has taken over the franchise, with Jay Basu writing the screenplay for this second film. As well, Monsters: Dark Continent stars Joe Dempsie (Blitz), Johnny Harris and Sofia Boutella. An official trailer for the film is here! The trailer shows Us soldiers fighting in the Middle East. They seem to be fighting multiple foes, with the aliens shown late in the clip. Fans of sci-fi are encouraged to take a look at this upcoming film and Monsters: Dark Continent will release in the United Kingdom September 26th 2014. More details on the release are below. Release Date: September 26th, 2014 (UK, Theatrical). Director: Tom Green. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
Just as its creator's latest, Godzilla, hits the big screen, a first proper look at where Gareth Edwards' Monsters go next with the teaser trailer for Monsters: Dark Continent arriving online. Set ten years after Monsters, the Edwards exec-produced "continuation" heads east, where a new strain of alien sand bugs have taken up icky residence. Combat troops Noah (Johnny Harris), Frankie (Joe Dempsie) and Michael (Sam Keeley) are in on the bug hunt across Arabian deserts and into the maws of death. With a whole mess of years elapsed since that Nasa probe crash-landed in Latin America, the aliens have adapted efficiently to their new environment. Environments, actually. There are now infected zones dotted across the globe and the idea of harmonious co-existence, touched on in the first film, has clearly long since been jettisoned in favour of the Starship Troopers approach to extra-terrestrial management.Reads the synopsis: "Two soldiers »
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