It was a humid day in Melbourne and I was glad to get inside the cinema to watch the premiere of The Snowman, hoping the air-conditioning would be as freezing as the evocative visuals of director Tomas Alfredson. Particularly those stark, stunning shots of the wintery Norwegian snow-covered hills around Oslo and Bergen, as advertised in the film’s trailer.
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The 2nd, international trailer for Tomas Alfredson’s The Snowman gives us a deeper look at the film’s plot, and how its protagonists tie up to the killer.
Whatever your thoughts on Ridley Scott’s recent Alien outings, the unparalleled beauty of the photography cannot be questioned.
Ridley Scott’s latest film set in the revered Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant, gets the Honest Trailer treatment, and there is just so much to laugh at.
Superstar actor Michael Fassbender stars in the serial-killer crime-drama The Snowman, based on the best-selling book by the same name.
In Alien: Covenant, Ridley Scott expands on the lore set up in his first film Prometheus, with the added benefit of a back-to-basics horror approach.
An official prologue video has been released for Alien: Covenant, that reveals what happened to the two main characters at the end of Prometheus (2012).
The trailer for Alien: Covenant has been released, taking us back into the world Ridley Scott created back in 1979, and fans shouldn’t be disappointed.
A new video has been released for the upcoming Alien: Covenant which features the cast of the film in a prologue scene before things start getting bad.
Assassin’s Creed was the film fans were hoping would break the dreaded video-game-movie curse. It didn’t quite do that, but was enjoyable enough.
This cool chase clip from the upcoming Assassin’s Creed movie showcases some of the awesome stunt work featured in the film.
20th Century Fox today released a teaser poster for Alien: Covenant, the upcoming sequel to 2012’s Prometheus, the sci-fi horror prequel to the Alien films.
When the events within a film are intensely complicated and heart-rendering, they will often be handled in one of two ways by filmmakers: with restraint, or with pure, ‘we need you to feel all the sad feels’ melodrama. For the most part, Derek Cianfrance’s adaptation of The Light Between Oceans falls under the latter category.