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The Princess Bride is heading back to cinemas

Simon Brew Oct 2, 2017

To celebrate its 30th birthday, The Princess Bride will be back in UK cinemas in three weeks...

The beloved The Princess Bride, the 80s fantasy classic from Rob Reiner that we can’t help writing about a lot, celebrated its 30th birthday last week. And fittingly, we now learn that it’s returning to cinemas to salute this fact.

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Lionsgate will be bringing The Princess Bride back to the big screen for one day only, on October 23rd. What’s more, this isn’t a small release, with around 300 screens around the UK set to show the film.

Furthermore, a 30th anniversary DVD and Blu-ray set is also set for release on the same day.
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American Horror Story - Cult episode 4 review: 11/9

Ron Hogan Sep 27, 2017

The latest American Horror Story: Cult episode has brutality, restraint and is moving in a clear direction. Spoilers ahead in our review...

This review contains spoilers.

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7.4 11/9

Kai Anderson is a master manipulator. Since well before the Presidential election that kicked off the drama of Cult, he's been collecting followers a person, a piece at a time. Every person Kai has collected within his little group of followers has come via a different method. For each one, he's managed to figure out just how to reach out to them by painstakingly researching them, both online and face to face, and tailoring his argument to that individual.

Granted, Kai's general patter is roughly the same. He's all about turning fear and anger into power. He makes himself into whatever the person he's speaking to needs when they need him.
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A Look at ‘Ahs: Cult’ and What We Know So Far

Its kind of ridiculous to think I can’t even type a review of ‘American Horror Story: Cult‘ so far without worrying about someone reading into it the wrong way. That may just be my own personal paranoia (or phobia if you will) but the truth is I struggle to talk about this years storyline without worrying who sides with who. And for viewers picking a side..I hate to say it, but you’re watching wrong. The whole point of Paulson and Peters’ character is to give you an extreme perspective of the political spectrum. A lot of viewers seem to translate that into Democrat vs. Republican. That’s not what I am saying in the slightest. If you have watched these first three episodes, then you already realize neither of these characters actually represent the principals of either party. Instead, they showcase the intolerable aspects of people using
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Revisiting the film of Stephen King's The Shawshank Redemption

Rebecca Lea Sep 25, 2017

Our lookbacks at the screen adaptations of Stephen King arrive at the hugely popular The Shawshank Redemption...

The film: Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) is accused of murdering his wife and her lover. Despite protesting his innocence, the jury is unconvinced and he is given two life sentences, the duration of which will be endured at Shawshank Prison. There, he meets Red (Morgan Freeman) who narrates their story. The two men form a close friendship as Andy gets used to prison life, dealing with aggressive fellow inmates, corrupt prison officials, and eventually running the Shawshank library.

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Frank Darabont is listed as one of the few directors who really manages to capture the work of Stephen King on screen.
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Is Ally's Doctor the Cult Leader on Ahs? This 1 Item In His Office Might Prove It

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Since American Horror Story: Cult premiered a few weeks ago, we've been theorizing who could be part of the cult. While some of the bad guys are obvious, there are others who are trying to appear innocent, and we're officially onto them. We suspected that Ivy (Allison Pill) was in on the cult from the start, and we absolutely already knew Sonja from the Real Housewives of New York has a drinking problem (thank you for settling that, Meadow), but the second "Neighbors From Hell" began, we knew that Dr. Rudy Vincent (Cheyenne Jackson) had to be clowning around. The real question is, just how involved in the cult is he? Episode three opens with a therapy session between a couple and Dr. Vincent. The couple is celebrating that the wife, Rosie (Laura Allen), has conquered her crippling feretrophobia (fear of caskets). After the session, her fear is immediately ignited
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‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Review: ‘Neighbors From Hell’ Begins to Connect the Dots

‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Review: ‘Neighbors From Hell’ Begins to Connect the Dots
(Every week, we’re going to get the discussion going about American Horror Story: Cult by answering one important question: who is the main villain of the episode?) Episode 3 of American Horror Story: Cult, titled “Neighbors From Hell,” began to connect every bloody event that has plagued Ally’s life since the election. But if Ahs’s history tells us […]

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American Horror Story - Cult episode 3 review: Neighbors From Hell

Ron Hogan Sep 20, 2017

American Horror Story has dialled down the supernatural but stayed as horrifying and unpredictable as ever. Spoilers...

This review contains spoilers.

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7.3 Neighbors From Hell

There's a rope around the neck of Ally Mayfair-Richards (Sarah Paulson), and it seems that at every turn, rather than try to extract herself from the gallows, she only manages to tighten the noose a little tighter with every episode of struggling. Her business was failing and her marriage was a wreck before she shoots an innocent man in a case of mistaken identity, but after that, things only seem to be getting worse.

Cult is operating in a world not unlike our own, just heightened to a ridiculous degree. After shooting Pedro in a case of mistaken identity, the gun-fearing liberal Ally
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‘American Horror Story’ Recap: Almost Everyone Turns on Ally in ‘Neighbors From Hell’

‘American Horror Story’ Recap: Almost Everyone Turns on Ally in ‘Neighbors From Hell’
Spoiler Alert: Do not read on unless you’ve seen Season 7, episode 3 of “American Horror Story,” titled “Neighbors From Hell,” which aired on Sept. 19.

The isolation of Ally (Sarah Paulson) is in full swing. After she shot and killed her former employee Pedro at the end of the last episode, her neighbors and fellow liberals have turned against her, and by the end of “Neighbors From Hell,” she even loses the support of her wife, Ivy (Alison Pill). She still has one person on her side, though: Kai (Evan Peters), and it’s hard not to think that this is all part of his plan as he begins to earn her trust.

But before all of that happens, we meet a couple who’s seeing Dr. Rudy Vincent (Cheyenne Jackson). The woman had a fear of coffins going back to a childhood trauma, but, thanks in part to Dr. Rudy, she
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Daytime TV Diehards Would Definitely Recognize This American Horror Story: Cult Actor

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Image Source: FX Networks "Neighbors From Hell," the latest episode of American Horror Story: Cult, begins with a cold opening featuring a couple seeing Ally's therapist, Dr. Vincent. The problem is with Rosie, who has had a debilitating fear of coffins ever since her father repeatedly locked her in a cupboard as a young girl. Her husband, Mark, is there for moral support, and it sounds like Rosie has managed to conquer her fears, aided by attending her father's funeral and literally closing the casket on him. RelatedThis Subtle Connection Between Ivy and Kai on Ahs: Cult Will Make You Scream Unfortunately, the fear comes roaring back when Rosie and Mark are attacked by the gang of clowns and locked into separate white coffins in their house, screaming in terror all the while. What had us really scratching our heads while watching this horrific scene unfold is where we've seen
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New American Horror Story: Cult Video Teases the “Neighbors From Hell”

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One of the last things you ever want to see when you walk into a room are two open coffins, but that's exactly the sinister surprise featured in the new preview video for next week's episode of American Horror Story: Cult, airing on Tuesday, September 19th on FX.

"Embrace the fear. See what’s coming next to American Horror Story: Cult.

American Horror Story is an anthology horror drama series created and produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The Emmy® and Golden Globe® winning franchise is produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television."

New episodes of American Horror Story: Cult air on Tuesdays at 10:00pm Et on FX. The latest season of the anthology series stars Sarah Paulson, Alison Pill, Evan Peters, Billy Eichner, Billie Lourd, Cheyenne Jackson, Colton Hayes, Lena Dunham, Adina Porter, Frances Conroy, Leslie Grossman, and Emma Roberts. What did you think of the latest episode?
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This Ahs: Cult Episode Title Could Be a Giant Clue About Winter and Kai's Plans

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American Horror Story: Cult premiered this week and it took all of about five seconds for our jaws to hit the floor (where they remained for the entire episode). There were hot detectives, clowns having sex in the produce aisle, and of course, inevitable deaths. At the end of the episode, we see Ally and Ivy's neighbors murdered by a group of terrifying clowns, which everyone swears never happened. The couple's son is young and imaginative and all, but we're not quite sure he could come up with that detailed murder scene on his own, and if he did, well, he's clearly got a few other scary comic books hidden under his bed. With an empty house across the street and episode three titled "Neighbors From Hell," it's time to take a stab at who we think will move in and whether they'll have the same fate as the Changs.
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Darkest Hour: new trailer for acclaimed drama

Simon Brew Oct 2, 2017

The second of the two competing Winston Churchill movies edges closer. Here's the latest trailer for Darkest Hour...

Remember the summer when Deep Impact and Armageddon went head to head at the box office? Well, it’s sort of the same this year. Just with, er, Winston Churchill.

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We’ve already had the release of Churchill, starring Brian Cox. A film that without Brian Cox in it would have been a pretty forgettable movie. Director Joe Wright is next to have a go, though, with Darkest Hour, which lands in cinemas later this year. Well, that’s if you’re in the Us. Us in the UK have to wait until January 12th 2018, which sort
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Mireille Soria to head Paramount Animation

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Former DreamWorks Animation senior executive to work closely with Viacom brands.

Paramount Pictures on Monday announced producer Mireille Soria has been named president of Paramount Animation.

Soria most recently served as co-president of feature animation at DreamWorks Animation where she oversaw creative development and production on the likes of The Boss Baby and Trolls.

She also produced Fox’s Captain Underpants and the Madagascar franchise among others, including the Fox-DreamWorks Animation animated TV series Neighbors From Hell for TBS.

Soria reports to president of the motion picture group Marc Evans and a will work closely with the brands under the umbrella of Paramount parent company Viacom in line with Viacom president and CEO Bob Bakish’s broad mandate to foster synergy.

Prior to DreamWorks Animation, Soria had a producing agreement with Fox Family Pictures. She was a vice-president of production at Disney and before that served at the Steve Tisch Company and ABC.

“Mireille is a seasoned
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Spider-Man: Homecoming bloopers released online

Kirsten Howard Simon Brew Sep 27, 2017

See the bloopers from Spider-Man: Homecoming - with added Captain America! - right here...

The disc release of Spider-Man: Homecoming is imminent, with the DVD, Blu-ray and Ultra HD landing first in the Us later this month (we get the discs in the UK in November). Ahead of the disc unveiling, Marvel has released the now-traditional bloopers reel from the film online. Take a look...

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Here's the list of features for the disc...

Featurettes - The Vulture Takes Flight

- Spidey Stunts

- A Tangled Web

- Searching For Spider-Man

- Aftermath

- Jon Watts: Head of the Class

- Food For Thought

- Brain Power

- Your Changing Body
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‘Monuments Men’ Leads Home Videos Sales Charts

‘Monuments Men’ Leads Home Videos Sales Charts
A flurry of new releases the week before the Memorial Day weekend – and the unofficial start of summer – pounded the national home video charts with new faces the week ending May 25, led by Sony Pictures’ “The Monuments Men,” a historical drama about a World War II art-rescue squad that debuted at No. 1 on both sales charts as well as Home Media Magazine’s rental chart.

The film, which stars George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray and Cate Blanchett, grossed more than $78 million at the domestic box office and topped the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart, which tracks overall disc sales, DVD and Blu-ray Disc combined, as well as Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart. The film also bowed at No. 1 on the rental chart, since Sony Pictures is one of the three major studios that does not withhold new releases from Netflix and Redbox.

Coming in at No.
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‘I, Frankenstein’ Takes ‘Frozen’s’ Top Spot on Home Video Sales Charts

‘I, Frankenstein’ Takes ‘Frozen’s’ Top Spot on Home Video Sales Charts
It had to end sometime. “Frozen’s” streak atop the home video sales charts came to an end the week ended May 18, as Lionsgate’s “I, Frankenstein” emerged to top both the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc sales, as well as its dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart.

The Disney blockbuster dropped to No. 2 for the week, selling 86.5% as many copies as the fantasy-horror hybrid. Frozen had topped both sales charts the previous four weeks and seven of the eight weeks since its release in March.

The chart shuffling allowed “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” to move up to No. 3 on both charts, followed by a pair of newcomers. On both charts, Warner’s Oscar-winning “Her” debuted at No. 4, while the Sony Pictures comedy “That Awkward Moment” bowed at No. 5.

Home Media Magazine’s weekly rental chart was dominated by titles new to rental.
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‘I, Frankenstein’ Takes ‘Frozen’s’ Top Spot on Home Video Sales Charts

‘I, Frankenstein’ Takes ‘Frozen’s’ Top Spot on Home Video Sales Charts
It had to end sometime. “Frozen’s” streak atop the home video sales charts came to an end the week ended May 18, as Lionsgate’s “I, Frankenstein” emerged to top both the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc sales, as well as its dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart.

The Disney blockbuster dropped to No. 2 for the week, selling 86.5% as many copies as the fantasy-horror hybrid. Frozen had topped both sales charts the previous four weeks and seven of the eight weeks since its release in March.

The chart shuffling allowed “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” to move up to No. 3 on both charts, followed by a pair of newcomers. On both charts, Warner’s Oscar-winning “Her” debuted at No. 4, while the Sony Pictures comedy “That Awkward Moment” bowed at No. 5.

Home Media Magazine’s weekly rental chart was dominated by titles new to rental.
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‘Frozen’ Still Tops Home Video Sales

‘Frozen’ Still Tops Home Video Sales
There’s just no stopping Walt Disney Studios’ “Frozen.” The animated feature once again took the No. 1 spot on both national home video sales charts for the week ending May 11 – for the seventh time in eight weeks.

Two new releases also vaulted into the top five on both charts: Warner’s “Son of Batman,” a DC Universe “original movie” released directly to video, bowed at No. 2 on both the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart, which tracks overall disc sales, DVD and Blu-ray Disc combined, and Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart. Nielsen data shows the film sold about half as many discs as “Frozen” during the week, 64% of them on Blu-ray Disc.

Veronica Mars,” also from Warner, debuted at No. 3 on First Alert and No. 4 on the Blu-ray Disc sales chart (behind Warner’s “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” which finished the week at No. 5 on the
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