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Billed, by us, as a tale of Morris dancers and mind control, the trailer for Luke Jeffery‘s film Hell’s Bells has been released.
We pricked up our ears when we heard that Time Traveller the new Roland JoffÃ© film -yes him of The Mission and The Killingfields -was filmed in the South West.
The trailer for Brown Willy -a micro budget comedy drama shot on location on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall -has been released ahead of the film’s much-anticipated release on April 29.
The short film Meet Again is set in the 1940s and centres around the character of Lily (Evelyn Rei) who goes on an emotional journey when the escalating war takes her husband Thomas (Chris Todd) away from her. Also co starring is singer Keedie Green.
Are you feeling that Turtle power yet? There are advance screenings of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles taking place, and one cowabunga venue is Newton Abbot‘s Alexandra Cinema, run by Scott Cinemas.
The talented filmmaking sensibilities of Screen 3 Productions manage to turn what could be seen as the banal into golden screen experiences.
There’s a thrilling boom in superheroes taking to the screen, and as Thor is putting his hammer down (that’s MjÃ¶lnir to you), we’re looking to the horizon for the next instalment from Captain America.
Borley Rectory laid claim to be the most haunted house in England, and, as you would expect, is ripe for an interpretation by one of British horror’s freshest voices.
“Once upon a time there a man called Bob” and so begins Torbay filmmaking dynamo John Tomkins trailer for his latest Bay-based flick A Dark Tale.
As a follow-up to The Town, Ben Affleck has ventured into the world 1980s CIA. His latest film Argo is based on the true story of combined CIA and Canadian operation to ‘extract’ American diplomatic personal out of revolutionary Iran.Cue dodgy fashion and facial hair, along with taut nerves and an explosive situation.
The chilling trailer for Ed Chappell’s Lost Hearts is now available to watch online.
David York is searching for his wife. Only one clue is left open to him: two words, ‘They’re Coming’.
Childhood imagination and growing up are featured in the new film by screenwriter Richard Standen and director Dan Haslam.
Morning Glory, staring Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton, Patrick Wilson and Jeff Goldblum and Rachel McAdams, was penned by the original screenwriter of the We Bought A Zoo adaptation of Ben Mee’s biography at Dartmoor Zoo, Aline Brosh McKenna.
Remember Danny Boyle and his run away success with Slumdog Millionaire, picking up the 2008 best picture Oscar? We’ve got our hands on the trailer of his new movie 127 Hours.
‘When Time magazine called 3D “the future of movies”, we doubt this is what they had in mind,’ says the Jackass 3D blurb. And who would have thought that the hi-jinx and ‘daredevil comic antics’ of Johnny Knoxville and his cronnies could be any more in-your-face. Jackass 3D opens throughout the UK on November 5.