3 items from 2014
Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com
Dead End (2003)
Cast: Ray Wise (Frank Harrington), Lin Shaye (Laura Harrington), Mick Cain (Richard Harrington), Alexandra Holden (Marion Harrington), Billy Asher Rosenfeld (Brad Miller), Amber Smith (Lady in White), Steve Valentine (Man in Black)
I’m always amazed at how long a film will stay stagnate on my Netflix list. This one sat on it for I’m thinking around six months or so. What’s even more amazing are the pre conceived notions about the film that I get from the synopsis and the cover art. I’m usually more surprised than anything else, and that can be good or bad. I’m an optimist for the most part, and am almost always glad that I went ahead and took care of business and watched it. With the directors’ names, I »
We're holding a free screening of a crime classic of your choice next week. Here's a closer look at one option: 1997's La Confidential...
On the 5th June, we're holding a free crime classic cinema screening to celebrate the launch of the videogame Murdered: Soul Suspect. You can find out details of the screening, and how you can vote for the film you most want to see, here.
For now, here's our look back at the first of the films you can choose from: the 1997 crime classic, La Confidential.
Please note: this piece contains spoilers for the film (apologies to those who read it before we added the appropriate spoiler warning)
Released in 1997, La Confidential may have been outshone by James Cameron’s Titanic at the Academy Awards, winning just two of the nine awards it had been nominated for, but it has since been recognised as something of a masterpiece. »
Around a dozen people have been made redundant from Hoyts Corp. as the company contemplates an Ipo late this year.
Among the casualties is Linda Hickey, who as general manager - digital content for the past three and a half years had run the cinema chain.s alternate content strand.
Interviewed by If on Monday, CEO Damian Keogh alluded to several changes as the company .flattens. its management structure.
The highest-profile departure is chief operating officer Matthew Liebmann, whose position has been eliminated.
Karli Amber Smith left two weeks ago after more than four years as Hoyts marketing and communications director.
The Australian has reported that the private equity funds that own Hoyts are looking at floating the company on the Australian Stock Exchange, which could raise up to $700 million. »
- Don Groves
3 items from 2014
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