Posts Tagged ‘A Monster Calls’

New Blu-ray and DVD releases May 8th 2017

New Blu-ray and DVD releases May 8th 2017 are as follows: A Monster Calls (Blu-ray and DVD) Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (Blu-ray) Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (Blu-ray) Benidorm: Series 9 (DVD) Born Free (Blu-ray/DVD Double Play) Brain Damage (Blu-ray/DVD Limited Edition) Clique Series 1 (DVD) Collateral Beauty (Blu-ray and DVD) Divorce Season […]

Movie Charts UK and US week ending January 8th 2017

This week’s Movie Charts UK and US week ending January 8th 2017 are as follows, but note that Assassins Creed, A Monster Calls and Silence have all had an 8-day ‘weekend’ box-office gross as they were released on New Year’s Day: 1. Assassins Creed (trailer) (review) 2. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (trailer) (review) […]

Assassins Creed leads the new cinema releases & trailers January 1st-6th 2017

This time, there are six new films out for you to choose from, most of which are released tomorrow (New Year’s Day), and by doing so, it means their ‘weekend’ gross take will actually last a full EIGHT DAYS from New Year’s Day up until January 8th, inclusive. There’s videogame-into-movie with Assassins Creed, Liam Neeson […]

BFI 60th London Film Festival Part 1 by Helen M Jerome

BFI 60th London Film Festival Part 1: Stroll down the red carpet, as we usher you into the best seats in the house for our exclusive, three-part round-up of the very best movies at the BFI 2016 London Film Festival. For the 60th festival there are some notable trends and themes, including dozens of true […]

A Monster Calls – Official Trailer #1 – Felicity Jones

A Monster Calls features a monster in a tree. Or is the tree the monster? When I first saw the teaser, I didn’t care either way, but now I’ve seen this trailer which gives more to get stuck into this time round, and has left me feeling that I do now want to catch this […]

A Monster Calls – Official International Teaser Trailer #1 – Liam Neeson

A Monster Calls feaures a monster in a tree. Or is the tree the monster? Maybe kids will care, but I did not. According to the billing, the monster does not come walking often. This time it comes to Connor (Lewis MacDougall), and it asks for the one thing Connor cannot bring himself to do. […]

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