Dr. Bruce Krenzler is a researcher at the University of California. He is doing revolutionary work with “nanomeds” with his colleague and former lover Dr. Betty Ross. Krenzler was adopted as a child and has no memory of his biological parents. He is a kindly and personable man although extremely passive aggressive. Full of repressed rage. Unknown to Bruce his DNA is mutated. His real father was also a scientist working in the same field. He had been experimenting illegally […]

Posted by Stuart Avis 15 December 2013 READ FULL POST

Is ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ a return to form for Peter Jackson? Not completely. The film suffers from many flaws, most of which carry over from ‘The Unexpected Journey’ and the decision to stretch the story beyond its limits.

Posted by Vince Christiaans 12 December 2013 READ FULL POST

EDIT 04/01/14 Paul Walker’s scenes ARE going to be used however his character is not going to be killed off according to Hollywoodlife Original article follows…   The entertainment world is currently still reeling from the death of Paul Walker. On Saturday 30th November Mr Walker’s life was taken by a senseless road accident at the ridiculously young age of 40, leaving his family, friends and co-stars (not to mention his many fans) utterly grief-stricken. Walker at the time […]

Posted by Stuart Avis 4 December 2013 READ FULL POST

It’s another fight for the death for Katniss Everdeen in ‘Catching Fire’, the sequel to last year’s hit movie ‘The Hunger Games’. If you said this movie offers more of the same you’d be correct. However it improves upon the first film by focusing on the characters and their struggle.

Posted by Vince Christiaans 2 December 2013 READ FULL POST

The God of Thunder returns for his third, big adventure.

Posted by Joshua Kelhoffer 23 November 2013 READ FULL POST

I think it’s fair to say that pretty much most of the population of the world has seen Mary Poppins. It is a true piece of cinematic history. We all laugh at Dick Van Dyke’s risible attempt at a cockney accent and groan when we hear those over familiar tunes.

Posted by Stuart Avis 11 November 2013 READ FULL POST


Directed by Gavin Hood, Ender’s Game is based on a book written by a controversial novelist, Orson Scott Card.

Posted by Joshua Kelhoffer 8 November 2013 READ FULL POST

Today marks the 75th anniversary of Orson Welles and the Mercury Theater on the Air’s notorious radio broadcast. The first adaptation of H.G. Wells’ science-fiction novel ‘The War of the Worlds’ took the form of a series of news bulletins.

Posted by Vince Christiaans 30 October 2013 READ FULL POST

‘Gravity’ is a masterpiece. An awe-inspiring mix of action, horror and humanity. It has been seven years since Alfonso Cuarón gave us ‘Children of Men’ but it was worth the wait. There’s never been any movie quite like ‘Gravity’.

Posted by Vince Christiaans 16 October 2013 READ FULL POST

‘Machete’ began life as a fake trailer attached to the film ‘Grindhouse’; a project spearheaded by Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez. The trailer starred Danny Trejo as a pissed-off Mexican mercenary.

Posted by Vince Christiaans 12 October 2013 READ FULL POST

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