All spectacle and no substance in this shallow adaptation. Ernest Cline’s pop-culture-packed novel Ready Player One always seemed destined for the...
I’m sure we’d all love to imagine ourselves to be a hero. Many of us already think of ourselves...
All spectacle and no substance in this shallow adaptation. Ernest Cline’s pop-culture-packed novel Ready Player One always seemed destined for the big screen, and with legendary director Steven Spielberg at the helm, it had all the ingredients for a surefire success right? Well not quite. Rather fittingly, Cline’s novel propones to... Read more
I’m sure we’d all love to imagine ourselves to be a hero. Many of us already think of ourselves as everyday heroes, whether it is in remembering to take that food out of the freezer, making cups of the tea for the office or giving up your seat on... Read more
One of Christie’s favourite stories finally makes the jump to the big screen and comes out mostly unscathed. Agatha Christie, much like fellow author Stephen King, seems to be experiencing a renaissance of sorts when it comes to adapting the pages of books to the big screen. Having seen... Read more
Being a teenage vampire isn’t easy, but it can teach you a thing or two about friends, family and adventure. Based on the best-selling books by Angela Sommer-Bodenburg, The Little Vampire is a heart-warming tale of how the craziest adventures can often be the ones that matter most, available exclusively at... Read more
As planet Earth’s future hangs in the balance of becoming uninhabitable, the human race faces a cataclysmic ultimatum: adapt or die. An all-star cast including Sam Worthington (Avatar, Terminator Salvation) and Taylor Schilling (TV’s Orange is the New Black) headline exhilarating sci-fi thriller The Titan, available in cinemas and... Read more
Separated by continents and centuries, Claire and Jamie’s epic time-traveling love story continues when Outlander: Season Three debuts March 5 on Blu-ray™, DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Available to download and keep now. Based upon Voyager, the third of eight books in Diana Gabaldon’s international best-selling Outlander series about a... Read more
This Valentine’s Day let us at Filmoria light those candles, put on a wonderful three-course meal and finish it all off with some great suggestions for film’s to top that romantic night off. Feast on these little beauties that are sure to get sparks flying… Bridget Jones’s Baby After... Read more
Viacom18 Motion Pictures announced 25th January, 2018 as the worldwide release date of Padmaavat. Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Padmaavat is the first Indian film that will have a global IMAX 3D release. Starring Deepika Padukone as Rani Padmavati, Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh & Ranveer Singh as... Read more
Goodybe Christopher Robin is a touching nostalgic trip back in time, recounting when author A. A. Milne created the adorable children’s classic story of Winnie-the-Pooh. Directed by Simon Curtis, it is “one of the best British films you’ll see all year… an absolute must for grown-up Winnie-the-Pooh fans” (Mail... Read more
Yet another Christmas Carol The Man Who Invented Christmas begs a question. Why? Why do we need yet another version of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol? After the Muppets, Bill Murray and all the more traditional adaptations, what’s left? If you want an answer, it’s not in the film.... Read more
Studiocanal today announce that they are in development with Neal Street Productions on Enid Blyton’s Magic Faraway Tree. Simon Farnaby (Paddington 2) is attached to write the adaptation. Pippa Harris and Nicolas Brown from Neal Street Productions will produce. Magic Faraway Tree is a Studiocanal Production representative of the... Read more
Words by Erik Winther Scary novels have captivated readers since Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in 1817, and scary movies have kept viewers enthralled since at least 1910, when no less a filmmaker than Thomas Edison released his 16-minute silent adaptation of that same novel. Many people enjoyed the stagy black-and-white movie, and... Read more