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While Bill Paxton doesn't think his performance in Aliens is anything to celebrate, for the rest of us Hudson is one of the most memorable characters in James Cameron's 1986 sequel thanks to Paxton's deliriously freaked-out line readings, including the most famous of all: "Game over, man! Game over!" First, I should mention that both producer Gale Anne Hurd and Cameron defended Paxton against his own self-recriminations during the panel, with Cameron hitting the nail on the head when it came to defining Paxton's crucial role in the film: "It's the measure of the tension of the film on the audience, and you give them the ability to laugh. And it releases that tension so it can build up again." Cameron is right; and it's a testament to Paxton that he, not his writer/director, came up with the character's most famous line. Here's how the actor recounted it for »
- Chris Eggertsen
Will Kemp (Van Helsing), Sylvester McCoy (The Hobbit) and William Hope (Sherlock Holmes) co-star in the feature, which marks the feature debut of commercials director Jonathan Hopkins, who has worked on ads for ebay, McDonald’s and Sony.
Goldcrest is shopping at the Efm and will co-finance.
Q will play Alice, a rationally minded sleep doctor, who is forced to abandon scientific reason when she meets a family being terrorised by a parasitic demon known as the ‘Night hag’ which paralyses victims as they sleep.
The rising actress, who made her feature splash in Mission Impossible 3, starred in the Kevin Williamson CBS series Stalker between 2014 and 2015 and was this week announced in new ABC series Designated Survivor with [link=nm »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Andreas Wiseman)
Hellraiser Trilogy Blu-Ray Review
Running Time: 330 minutes
Special Features: Documentaries, featurettes, cast and crew audio commentaries, image galleries, trailers and draft screenplays.
Who knew that one short story could produce such a cinematic legacy? Well that’s exactly what happened when English horror author Clive Barker penned the dark and disturbing tale The Hellbound Heart. The story was first published in 1986 and would go on to become the source material for the movie Hellraiser, which Barker also directed. The novella and film focusses on a mystical puzzle box known as the Lament Configuration and the horror it wreaks on the people unfortunate to come across it.
Hellraiser performed well and was granted a sequel which picked up right where the first film ended. It in turn was granted »
- Kat Hughes
3 items from 2016
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