Thrilling (1965) - News Poster



Den Of Geek films of the year: Hell Or High Water

Ryan Lambie Dec 27, 2016

Thrilling, timely and often very funny, Hell Or High Water has made it into our list of the 10 best films of 2016...

As is tradition at this time of the year, our writers have been voting for their favourite movies. Number three of 2016? Hell Or High Water...

See related Amazon Prime UK: what’s new in January 2017?

3. Hell Or High Water

Behind every crime, there's some kind of human story. In director David Mackenzie's spectacular thriller Hell Or High Water, the series of bank heists pulled off by Texan brothers Toby (Chris Pine and Tanner (Ben Foster) are driven by their disintegrating way of life.

As depicted by Mackenzie and screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Sicario), America's Old West is a dusty, lonely place, emptied out by the financial crisis and generations of stagnating wages. Towns are quiet and empty; farms are falling apart; the oil industry is shrinking.
See full article at Den of Geek »

Manchester City 3-2 Tottenham Hotspur – Match Report

A draw was the fair result as Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur met in a near-top of the table clash. However, a last minute mistake from Ledley King allowed Mario Balotelli to score the winner from the penalty spot. The first half was as tame as they come but when Samir Nasri and Joleon Lescott put the hosts two ahead and Jermaine Defoe and Gareth Bale pulled it back for Spurs, the lacklustre opening 45 minutes were banished from memory. Substitute Balotelli was ultimately the catalyst, as he won and scored the penalty in stoppage time to secure the three points.

Manchester City welcomed Tottenham Hotspur to the Etihad Stadium for what promised to be a mouth watering affair. This game has, in recent years been a clash of Champion’s League hopefuls. All that’s changed now though – as both sides have realistic hopes of actually winning the league. Last
See full article at Obsessed with Film »

Comic-Con 2011: Full Schedule for Saturday July 23rd

San Diego is calling all geeks! Comic-Con 2011 is so close yet so far away, But the amount of fun we are planning on having is going to be epic. Comic-Con International has unleashed the full schedule for Saturday July 23rd, and of course it's going to be another great day at the con, and since it's Saturday it will also be the most crowded. Here's a an example of what you will be going down... Immortals, Snow White and the Hunstman, Alcatraz, Terra Nova, Family Guy, Marvel TV, Community, Knights of Badassdom, Grimm, Kevin Smith and more!

I've gone through the list and put stars next to all of the events and panels that we want to cover. Let us know what panels and events you would like to know about and we will try and get them covered for you! If you are actually going to be at the con,
See full article at GeekTyrant »

See also

Showtimes | External Sites