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Manor On Movies--Kill Or Be Killed
2 Jul 2008
Kill Or Be Killed ("1993") And now the most important U.S. history lesson you will ever find fascinating. Never mind if Robert E. Grant’s wooden teeth were buried in the Tomb Of The Unknown...

Life After Bond
6 Jun 2008
For Bond actors, a career after 007 is a precarious one. The most successful were either respected actors to begin with (Timothy Dalton, Daniel Craig), or used their newfound fame to score strong rol...

Marjane Satrapi – Persepolis Q&A
3 Apr 2008
Raised in Tehran by a progressive family involved in communist and socialist movements in Iran, Marjane Satrapi first left the country when she was 15. Sent by her parents to Vienna, in order to flee ...

We Own The Night: The Eva Mendes Interview
22 Mar 2008
Eva Mendes needed a stiff drink before embarking on one of the toughest scenes of her career in We Own The Night. The actress was understandably anxious about filming the sexy, intimate opening seq...

Brian De Palma Q&A: Redacted
9 Mar 2008
Hollywood veteran Brian De Palma returns with Redacted, a drama-documentary that won the Silver Lion at the 2007 Venice Film Festival. Returning him to the days of his early low-budget films, it’s bas...

Diary of the Dead: George A. Romero Interview
4 Mar 2008
Where did the idea first come from? You're moving on quite quickly from Land Of The Dead... Aw, I know. I actually wrote a first draft of this even before Land Of The Dead was financed. Initia...

The Boss of It All: Lars Von Trier Interview
26 Feb 2008
Interview by Geoffrey McNab You issued a “Statement Of Revitality” earlier this year in which you said you planned to reschedule your professional activities in order to rediscover your origina...

Definitely, Maybe: The Isla Fisher Q&A
7 Feb 2008
The Spinning Image (TSI): The part of April is a great role. Do you recognize parts of April in yourself? I think there are shades of myself in all of the three female characters. I am quite...

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane: The Amber Heard Q&A
6 Feb 2008
Q: What attracted you to the script for All The Boys Love Mandy Lane? Amber Heard: When I got the script it was like falling in love. It was one of those moments when you read something and yo...

I Am Legend Will Smith Interview
2 Jan 2008
The WILL SMITH (Robert Neville) Q&A QUESTION: What attracted you to this film? WILL SMITH: It’s the last thing you expect. I read the script almost ten years ago and I just love how bo...

Skull & Bones Director Speaks!
30 Nov 2007
Hey Everyone, I write to announce the release on DVD of my new gay-themed, campy slasher "Skull & Bones" (USA , 2007, 73 minutes). The tagline "A Tale of Homo-cidal Mania" sums up my original and ...

Manor On Movies - Night Of The Bloody Apes
1 Nov 2007
Everyone knows professional wrestling is the undisputed King Of Sports. No sissy off seasons, protective gear, time-outs, stoppage over spilt blood, penalties, scholarships, strikes, training camp ho...

Manor On Movies - Angry Red Planet
1 Nov 2007
Hey, did you see that highly regarded new drama being hailed as "important" and Oscar-worthy," it an allegorical tale based on an actual event? I, neither. Screw that. Not while I can view importan...

Interview with Control's director Anton Corbijn
24 Sep 2007
When producer Orian Williams originally approached you out of the blue to do a film, you told him you were actually considering a change from photography… For the last 5 years I was thinking...

Manor On Movies - Sincerely Yours
16 Apr 2007
Sincerely Yours (1955) Tony Warrin is a pianist. And if you flippantly pronounce that minus the final "t," he is liable to sock you in the schnozolla. See, Anthony's a stud with an adoring woma...

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