Date Archives for October, 2012

Win a poster signed by Gruff Rhys of Super Furry Animals

(image: Soda Pictures)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Defuse the #IndyRef tension with some great Scottish films

Mel Gibson in Braveheart

(image: 20th Century Fox)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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New Releases Monday 15 September 2014

Kit Harington in Pompeii

(image: eOne)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Okay, this is the last Batmobile pic we’re posting this year

(image: Zack Snyder)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Picture Quiz: Robert De Niro party from ‘Bad Neighbours’

Robert De Niro Party Quiz

(image: Universal)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Pick your favourite True Blood character and win £100 credit

True Blood Characters

(images: HBO)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Win a ‘Two Faces of January’ signed poster and more

The Two Faces of January

(image: StudioCanal)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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The ‘Sons of Anarchy’ cast before they became outlaws

(image: FX/Columbia Pictures)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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Brad Pitt hunkers down in a tank for WWII thriller ‘Fury’

Brad Pitt in Fury

(image: Sony Pictures)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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‘Game of Thrones’ star Charles Dance gives rugby a pep talk

Charles Dance in the Rugby World Cup advert

(via YouTube)

As a filmmaker, Tim Burton is truly a strange creature. On one hand, he is unquestionably a director in the auteur tradition, shepherding projects that reflect his personal obsessions with misunderstood characters, classic horror and American suburbia (see: Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Dark Shadows, Beetlejuice and Sleepy Hollow). On the other hand he’s also a […]

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