4 items from 2014
There’s one of two things you can be almost guaranteed of when you see a story that takes place on a train – romance, or a murder.
Mummy On The Orient Express
Directed by Paul Wilmshurst
As a farewell fling, The Doctor takes Clara on a trip aboard the Orient Express in space, exactingly copied from the original, except for the bit about being spaceworthy. It becomes quickly apparent that all is not well on the craft – a mysterious unseen beast is killing people exactly 66 seconds after the victim sees it – and no one else does. It turns out this particular journey is a massive two-fold trap – the ship is filled with scientists versed in areas of research that pertain to the beast, and are pressed into service to capture it, by any means necessary.
The Doctor quickly joins the press gang, understanding that the only way »
- Vinnie Bartilucci
Lethal Weapon‘s Danny Glover stars in the slick fantasy thriller Donovan’s Echo, about a physicist who has lived with 30 years of guilt over the death of his wife and child - out on iTunes, Blinkbox, Google Play, Amazon Prime, Xbox Video and Filmflex now, To celebrate the release we have one iTunes download vouchers (£13.99 Rrp) to giveaway.
With fantastic performances from Danny Glover and Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek, I Robot), Donovan’s Echo perfectly balances suspense and thrills in a compelling story that has plenty of action and intrigue.
Donovan Matheson (Danny Glover) is a man trapped in the past. Once an esteemed physicist, he worked on the Manhattan Project but in the years that followed, he became engulfed in regret, which soon turned into an obsession with finding a way to use his work to do good. When his wife and child died in an accident Donovan »
- Phil Wheat
From 1937 to 1946, Mickey Rooney played clean-cut, wide-eyed Midwestern teenager Andy Hardy 15 times in a series of films that proved instrumental (along with his Judy Garland musicals) in making him one of the most popular movie stars of his era. They also surely came to feel like a gilded prison around the actor. By the time the series ended, the Hardy character had been to WWII and back (as had Rooney), yet still seemed incapable of getting past first base with a girl (whereas Rooney was already on the second of his eight marriages).
The Mickster’s thirst for more adult roles was palpable, and Hollywood took a few different stabs at figuring out what to do with him. There was a series of sports films designed to show off the five-foot-two actor’s virile, athletic side: the boxing drama “Killer McCoy” (1947), in which he is a highly improbable light heavyweight »
- Scott Foundas
For 40 years, working for Columbia Pictures and then Universal Intl., he produced movies in a variety of genres. There were Westerns such as “The Cimarron Kid,” starring Audie Murphy, and “Return of the Seven,” as well as comedies such as “Francis Joins the Wacs,” starring Donald O’Connor. Richmond was also an uncredited producer on the Elvis Presley pic “It Happened at the World’s Fair.”
In the 1950s he partnered with his close friend Tyrone Power to form Copa Prods. The company’s first movie, “Count Three and Pray,” introduced Joanne Woodward to films. In 1959, during the filming of “Solomon and Sheba,” Richmond was devastated when Power, »
- Carmel Dagan
4 items from 2014
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