3 items from 2012
Even after eight years, some of us still can’t help but think of him as Chandler from Friends, but Matthew Perry can be seen below in two clips from the pilot episode of his new comedy, NBC’s Go On, as well as being interviewed about the show. Since Friends, Perry has appeared in a number of popular television programmes, including Scrubs and The West Wing (where he first joined forces with screenwriter, Aaron Sorkin; the master of pithy dialogue). Several mediocre films followed, including Numb and 17 Again, but Perry’s strongest roles always appear to come to fruition on the small screen. Once again joining forces with Sorkin, Perry impressed as the co-star of Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip, and then – to a slightly lesser extent – as the star of Mr Sunshine (which he co-created), but alas, both were cancelled after just one season. We at Thn »
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Digging around in the rural lore of foreign countries rarely ends well in the horror genre, a rule that’s particularly true in Jon Knautz’s The Shrine. Thanks to Arrow Films you, too, can bow down to this monstrous effigy as we have two copies of the film on DVD to give away!
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From award-winning filmmaker Jon Knautz, writer-director of the cult hit horror-comedy Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, comes The Shrine, “a wonderfully eerie slice of Lovecraftian horror” (BeyondHollywood.com) that sets itself up as a traditional genre entry before brilliantly and unexpectedly pulling the rug from beneath the viewer with a killer twist.
If you happen to be a fan of all things demonic, supernatural, clandestine and vicious – and live in the UK – then we have some very good news for you! Arrow Films are set to unleash Jon Knautz’s rollicking possession creature feature The Shrine on DVD and Blu-ray across the United Kingdom on February 27th.
Check out the artwork for The Shrine's (review here) UK release below, and trust us – this one’s not to be missed!
When a young American goes missing in Poland while backpacking around Europe, ambitious journalist Carmen (Cindy Sampson) links his disappearance to a number of similar events that have occurred over the years in and around the remote rural village of Alvania. With the Us and Polish authorities showing little interest in the case, Carmen decides to investigate the story herself, hoping for a scoop that will forward her career as a writer. »
3 items from 2012
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