Music Weekly is getting a makeover, so you can find the latest show here.In this edition, Rosie Swash finds herself manning the ship while Paul MacInnes suns himself in France or somewhere.
After all, there's not much producers won't do to draw a crowd.With the plot underpinned by a number of snuff movies supposedly shot on the premises and frequently glimpsed in the course of the film, the blog was left appalled.
China has reacted angrily to plans by Japanese nationalists to make a documentary describing as a myth the massacre of tens of thousands of Chinese civilians by Japanese troops in 1937.The film, entitled The Truth About Nanjing, will insist that the massacre never took place, despite evidence presented at the postwar Tokyo war crimes tribunals that Japanese troops slaughtered at least 142,000 people when they invaded Nanjing, then the capital of nationalist China.
(92 mins, 18) Directed by Jonathan Liebesman; starring R Lee Ermey, Taylor Handley, Jordana Brewster, Diora Baird As the title suggests this is a prequel to Tobe Hooper's low-budget horror flick inspired (like Psycho and The Silence of the Lambs) by the grisly true story of the Wisconsin cannibal Ed Gein.The original enjoyed surprise worldwide success in 1974, spawned several sequels and a remake.
Nick Broomfield is making a film about the alleged massacre of Iraqi civilians and insurgents by US marines in Haditha.He will begin shooting in Jordan this November using a small film crew and non-actors for the principal roles.
Now a film has returned to the story of Sabra and Shatila.But for the first time it has told the story of the slaughter through the voices of the killers.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (in its original version, anyway) has been declared the scariest film of all time in a poll for US magazine Giant.It saw off competition from The Silence of the Lambs in second and The Exorcist in third.
Ryan Phillippe, the clean-cut heartthrob actor, is reported to have signed to play the role of the drooling white-trash psycho Leatherface in a remake of Tobe Hooper's classic 1974 horror flick The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.The glossier remake will be produced by Pearl Harbor director Michael Bay, while Tobe Hooper is understood to have drafted one version of the script.
If you saw the The Texas Chainsaw Massacre a quarter of a century ago, you intrinsically saw TCM 2, which Tobe Hooper churned out 10 years later with a bigger budget: gore and crude belly laughs and more gore.Why bring it out of the back cupboard now, uncut and previously unshown, to divert Blair's high moral Britain?
Saint Valentine's Day is the diametric opposite of Halloween, yet in movie terms they have a lot in common.But love's no fun without the spectre of death lurking somewhere; likewise, death is more fun when you season it with a little exploitative sex.