Glass – Comic-Con Trailer – Samuel L Jackson

Glass
Glass… Mr Glass… is the character Samuel L Jackson called himself, in 2000’s Unbreakable, from writer/director M Night Shyamalan, who later brought us 2016’s Split, and you need to see that before you see this, as (without giving away the ending) the final scene led to this, and it was a final scene that Mr Shyamalan wanted to put AFTER the credits, but ended up doing so before so most people would actually see it (because too many idiots leave during the credits and miss any potential post-credit scenes).

The premise for this clearly assumes you’ve seen that movie since it states…

Video Games Charts week ending July 14th 2018

Video Games Charts week ending July 14th 2018 Video Games Charts week ending July 14th 2018 are as follows:

    1 (RE) Crash Bandicoot N’sane Trilogy (Activision) (review)
    2 (-) LEGO The Incredibles (Warner Bros Interactive)
    3 (-) Octopath Traveler (Nintendo)
    4 (-) Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Nintendo)
    5 (6) God of War (Sony) (review)
    6 (5) FIFA 18 (EA Sports) (review)
    7 (2) Jurassic World Evolution (Sold Out Sales And Marketing)
    8 (5) Mario Tennis Aces (Nintendo)
    9 (8) Far Cry 5 (Ubisoft) (review)
    10 (7) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo)

Movie Charts UK and US week ending July 15th 2018

Movie Charts UK and US week ending July 15th 2018Movie Charts UK and US week ending July 15th 2018 are as follows:

Hotel Artemis leads the new cinema releases and trailers July 20th 2018

Hotel ArtemisThis week, there are SIX new films out for you to choose from: Hotel Artemis is a hospital run for criminals where visiting hours are NEVER!, Sylvester Stallone is back inspecting prison security in Escape Plan 2: Hades, there’s a fantasic-looking comedy with Michael Smiley in Madame, an illegal massage parlour in London is explored in The Receptionist, Billy Moore needs an escape plan from a Thai prison in A Prayer Before Dawn, and here we go again for Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!

Midnight Sun – Win on Blu-ray – COMPETITION

Midnight Sun

DVDfever.co.uk and Studiocanal have teamed up to give you a chance to win a copy of Midnight Sun, released on Monday July 23rd on Blu-ray, DVD and Digitally, and stars Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger.

There are three Blu-rays up for grabs in this competition!

A heart-breaking tale of love and dreams lost and realised, Midnight Sun tells the life-affirming story of 17-year-old Katie Price (Bella ThorneDisney’s Shake It Up, The DUFF), sheltered since childhood with a rare disease that makes even the smallest amount of sunlight deadly.

Tanyalee Davis: Humilated and shamed by Great Western Railways

Tanyalee Davis
Tanyalee Davis (above), a fantastic comedian from Canada, said she was left humilated and shamed by Great Western Railways on Sunday after the following horrendous encounter on one of their trains, thanks to a Jobsworth guard who’d clearly left his brain at home and who would rather abuse all disability laws than find a proper solution for everyone.

Since both footage of the incident, as well as Tanyalee’s vlog, went live on Sunday, both have gone viral and the story has made all number of local and national newspapers and online news outlets including the BBC and Metro, the latter of which is read on an awful lot of trains, and some of them are run by GWR…

Escape Plan 2: Hades – The DVDfever Review – Sylvester Stallone

Escape Plan 2: Hades
Escape Plan 2: Hades follows on from the 2013’s original movie which was hit and miss, but still watchable.

Arnie is nowhere to be found, but Sylvester Stallone is back as prison escapologist Ray Breslin, in a sequel which may have felt like a great idea until it turned out to be straight-to-DVD fare. Well, it technically has a theatrical release but a very limited one, as the studios often pay for films to air for a week in a single London auditorium, which means it qualifies for the likes of Mark Kermode to review it as a full-on cinema movie.

Second Act – Trailer 1 – Jennifer Lopez

Second Act
Second Act brings actress/singer Jennifer Lopez (The Boy Next Door) back to the fore in a premise that’s well-worn but is one I first remember seeing in 1991’s superb Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead, which starred Christina Applegate, that premise being that Ms Lopez, as Maya, lies her way to get out of a bobbins warehouse job and into a more high-powered role in flash company on Madison Avenue in New York, hence taking her life into its ‘second act’.

Titans – Comic Con Trailer – Brenton Thwaites

Titans
Titans is a forthcoming TV series and also the first live-action incarnation of DC Comics’ Teen Titans, even though a number of members of the team – such as Robin, Wonder Girl, Speedy and Kid Flash – have shown up on other live-action television shows.

In short, when Dick Grayson (Robin) and Rachel Roth (Raven) require assistance to deal with a plot that threatens the entire planet, they join with Koriand’r (Starfire) and Gar Logan (Beast Boy) to form the Titans.

I Still See You – Trailer 1 – Bella Thorne

I Still See You
I Still See You is a rather strange film where an apocalyptic event has taken place and killed millions of people, leaving the world inhabited by their ghosts, known as remnants.

The dead walk amongst the living and nothing is as it seems… and this film certainly does seem to be getting something of a buzz about it.

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