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Horror-on-Sea Interview with ‘The Final Ride’ writer-director Mike McMurran

Posted By BlazingMinds 11 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - The Final Ride (2019) Director: Mike McMurran Writer: Mike McMurran Starring: Keegan Chambers, Annette Wozniak, Matthew Chisholm, Brent Baird, Nicole Kawalez An Anthology with three tales including the ghost of an 80’s fitness guru, a Tattoo that won’t stop spreading, and an Uber Driver that picks up her final customer for the night, not knowing […]The post Horror-on-Sea Interview with ‘The Final Ride’ writer-director Mike McMurran appeared first on Blazing Minds by Philip Rogers

The Brighton and Hove Book Fayre returns to Brighton Saturday 23rd November

Posted By BlazingMinds 15 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - The Brighton and Hove Book Fayre is a biannual event which was launched in 2018 by Peter and Leanne Blakey-Novis of Red Cape Publishing and author Richard Gough-Buijs. It is an opportunity to connect both traditionally published and independent authors with readers, and is a free for visitors to attend. There will be a huge […]The post The Brighton and Hove Book Fayre returns to Brighton Saturday 23rd November appeared first on Blazing Minds by Philip Rogers

Arrow Video: The Sender (1982) - Reviewed

Posted By themoviesleuth 19 hours ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - Before falling on hard times having directed the critical and commercial bomb Battlefield Earth, art/set decorator Roger Christian copped an Oscar in 1978 for Star Wars before being nominated once again for Alien.  Having formed a rapport with George Lucas, including eventually going on to do second unit directing work on Return of the Jedi and The Phantom Menace years later, Christian got a shot at filmmaking with his short film Black Angel which was attached to the beginning of theatrical prints for The Empire Strikes Back.  Which brings us to what is largely known as director Quentin Tarantino’s favorite horror film of 1982, The Sender.Joining the likes of such telekinetic psychological thrillers as Carrie, The Fury, Altered States, Scanners and The Dead Zone, The Sender begi

Seasonal shocks aplenty on Horror Channel in December including UK premiere of Tyler MacIntyre’s PATCHWORK.

Posted By BlazingMinds 19 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Wayward werewolves, genetic mutants, a female Frankenstein, man-eating spiders and the return of The Creeper…Horror Channel provides plenty of seasonal shocks in December, including the UK TV premiere for Tyler MacIntyre’s incandescent comic horror PATCHWORK, a modern spin on Mary Shelley mythology, mixed with fun gore and a cheeky tone. It received rapturous applause when first […]The post Seasonal shocks aplenty on Horror Channel in December including UK premiere of Tyler MacIntyre’s PATCHWORK. appeared first on Blazing Minds by Philip Rogers

Horror-on-Sea Interview with ‘Awoken’ Co-writer/director Daniel J. Phillips

Posted By BlazingMinds 1 day 11 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Awoken (2019) Director: Daniel J. Phillips Writer: Alan Grace, Daniel J. Phillips Starring: Erik Thomson, Benson Jack Anthony, Sara West, Felicia Tassone, Adam Ovadia A young medical student attempts to cure her brother from a terminal sleep illness called Fatal Familial Insomnia, where you are unable to sleep until you die. On her quest to […]The post Horror-on-Sea Interview with ‘Awoken’ Co-writer/director Daniel J. Phillips appeared first on Blazing Minds by Philip Rogers

Cinematic Releases: Angels for A New Day: Charlie's Angels (2019) - Reviewed

Posted By themoviesleuth 1 day 19 hours ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - It seems that every few years someone tries to reboot or relaunch the decades old Charlie's Angels brand. Some have succeeded and some have failed. But one thing is for sure. They need to keep attempting these comebacks, even if they fail financially. Luckily for movie goers and fans of unadulterated cinematic fun, this latest incarnation of the Angels is a simple action flick that's a call back to better times in the theater when we could just go, kick our feet up, and leave our troubles at the door. And anyone that calls this a "woke" version of the franchise has simply never seen any version of Charlie's Angels. This has always been about strong women kicking ass and taking names. And it's just as relevant as it was back in 1976 when the original television show first aired. This

Spider-Man: Far From Home finally snares Number 1 glory

Posted By BlazingMinds 1 day 19 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - In his fourth week on the chart, Spider-Man finally snares glory, snatching the Number 1 spot ahead of a big new entry from Disney. Spider-Man: Far From Home, starring Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson and Jake Gyllenhaal, also claims the week’s biggest hit on DVD and Blu-ray.The post Spider-Man: Far From Home finally snares Number 1 glory appeared first on Blazing Minds by Karen Woodham

Lionsgate UK presents ‘The Gallows: Act II’, the terrifying follow-up to the smash-hit original, on DVD 6 January

Posted By BlazingMinds 1 day 23 hours ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - FROM THE COMPANY THAT BROUGHT YOU PARANORMAL ACTIVITY AND INSIDIOUS The terrifying spectre of ‘The Hangman’ returns in this nightmarish sequel to smash-hit supernatural thriller The Gallows. When Auna Rue, a teenage vlogger and aspiring actress, logs onto a sinister website, she’s soon trapped in the malevolent world of cursed stage play, The Gallows. After performing a passage from […]The post Lionsgate UK presents ‘The Gallows: Act II’, the terrifying follow-up to the smash-hit original, on DVD 6 January appeared first on Blazing Minds by Philip Rogers

Horror-on-Sea Interview with ‘The Devils Familiar’ director Kieran (Ran) Edwards

Posted By BlazingMinds 2 days ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - The Devils Familiar (2019) Director: Kieran ‘Ran’ Edwards Writer: Kieran ‘Ran’ Edwards Starring: Uriel Davies, Ross Mooney, David Clarke, Christopher Gadd, Pete Moulam, Tom Lee Rutter A video camera is anonymously handed into Police.. The extracted footage is projected onto a screen we watch (the audience) as well as DCi Barker and other CID officers. […]The post Horror-on-Sea Interview with ‘The Devils Familiar’ director Kieran (Ran) Edwards appeared first on Blazing Minds by Philip Rogers

Sci-Fi Weekender SFW X – New Venue, Geeks and Nerds tread the Red Carpet in Great Yarmouth

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https://blazingminds.co.uk - I’ve been doing the prestigious Sci-Fi Weekender events since SFW4 and this year I was honoured to be one of the official photographers for the SFW Awards at SFW X, the 10th Sci-Fi Weekender that opened its doors at its brand new venue in Great Yarmouth. With the move from Pwllheli to Great Yarmouth came […]The post Sci-Fi Weekender SFW X – New Venue, Geeks and Nerds tread the Red Carpet in Great Yarmouth appeared first on Blazing Minds by Karen Woodham

Forget It, Jake. It's Netflix: Netflix Sets Up A Chinatown Prequel Series

Posted By themoviesleuth 2 days ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - Another day, another streaming series announced. As the streaming wars rage on, every piece of IP around will be turned into something. The latest film to head towards a streaming revival is the 1974 classic, Chinatown. Tonight, Netflix announced that they have closed a deal with Robert Towne and David Fincher to develop a prequel series based off of the 1974 film. Towne ended up winning the Oscar for the script about a private eye who takes on a case about an adulterer that spirals into something more insidious. The idea behind the prequel series would be to focus on a young Jake Gittes (played in the film by Jack Nicholson) as he works on his business in a town where wealth and corruption rule. Word is that Fincher might direct the pilot, but that is not part of the deal

Horror-on-Sea Interview with ‘Exit’ director Michael Fausti

Posted By BlazingMinds 3 days ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Exit (2019) Director: Michael Fausti Writer: Mathew Bayliss Starring: Tony Denham, Michael Fausti, Christophe Delesques, Charlotte Gould, Billy James Machin A seemingly innocent double booking forces two couples from different backgrounds to share a London apartment for the evening. A night of drink, drugs, sex and new experiences follows. However, as morning comes, events take […]The post Horror-on-Sea Interview with ‘Exit’ director Michael Fausti appeared first on Blazing Minds by Philip Rogers

Action- Horror ‘Mask of Thorn’ from Mycho Entertainment Available on DVD and VOD in the UK from Today

Posted By BlazingMinds 3 days ago on Entertainment

https://blazingminds.co.uk - Following the release of Cleavers: Killer Clowns , Mycho Entertainment are following up with another modern slasher with the cult horror Mask of Thorn which is set for release in the UK on DVD and VOD on November 18th 2019 from of 101 Films. Directed by MJ Dixon Produced by Anna Dixon Mask of Thorn stars: Eve Kathryn Oliver, […]The post Action- Horror ‘Mask of Thorn’ from Mycho Entertainment Available on DVD and VOD in the UK from Today appeared first on Blazing Minds by Philip Rogers

TV: The Mandalorian - S01 E02 - The Child - Reviewed

Posted By themoviesleuth 3 days ago on Entertainment

http://www.spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com - In two short episodes, Jon Favreau's new Star Wars outing The Mandalorian has succeeded at doing what the two latest Skywalker saga movies haven't. He has finally united the fan base behind a new televised property that goes back to basics. And honestly, it feels great to see folks finally setting aside nastiness and negative commentary to discuss what's probably the greatest revitalization we've seen this side of Rogue One. The core is back, showing us why we fell in love in the first place. Favreau and Filoni seem to understand this property better than anyone. Without the weight of any pre-existing character arcs or existing canon, this show on Disney+  gets back to the crux of the original idea behind the Lucas creation. Simple storytelling with great action and straight di