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Switchblade Romance Q&A
19 Sep 2004
The Spinning Image (TSI): Switchblade Romance features some extremely violent imagery. Did you have problems with film censors? Aleaxandre Aja and Gregory Levasseur (AA/GL): No not at all, ...

M. Night Shyamalan Q&A
12 Aug 2004
The Time: Monday, August 9th 2004 The Place: Live from The Ritzy in Brixton and via satellite to The Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge, Picturehouse at FACT Liverpool and City Screen York.

The Village: Joaquin Phoenix Q&A
29 Jul 2004
Joaquin Phoenix stars as the stoic and determined Lucius Hunt in director M. Night Shyamalan's atmospheric and intriguing thriller, The Village. The young star of Signs and Gladiat...

Death in the Ring
9 Jul 2004
The True Tragedy of a National Inspiration. If you watch professional boxing long enough, the American writer Thomas Hauser once observed, you are sure to witness a tragedy. This was never more tru...

Get down with us and Down On Us
4 Jul 2004
A charlatan, a fraud, a know-nothing. I am all of these things. As a former future rock star, I used to brashly believe I was something of an authority on the 1965-80 musical period. Now, however, ...

Bad Education: Pedro Almodovar Interview
16 May 2004
Pedro Almodovar was born in Calzada de Calatrava, in the province of Ciudad Real, in the heart of La Mancha, in the 50s. At the age of eight, he emigrated with his family to Extremadura. There he stud...

Van Helsing Trailer (+ Compo!)
8 May 2004
During a time in history when the supernatural still seemed as conceivable as the everyday, when storytellers supplied imaginative reasons for the unexplained and when mythic creatures still crept by ...

1980s - What was the best movie of the decade?
5 May 2004
Like me, I'm sure you view many movie polls with disbelief and a slight chuckle, as you dismiss their results with a quietly whispered "yeah, like they even sat through the movie..." Well, on anoth...

Shaun of the Dead Trailer
19 Apr 2004
From the team who brought you cult sitcom Spaced now comes Shaun of the Dead, a flesh-eating zombie movie in the vein of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead, but with a particularly British sense of humo...

Simon Pegg - Shaun of the Dead Interview
19 Apr 2004
From the team who brought you cult sitcom Spaced now comes Shaun of the Dead, a flesh-eating zombie movie in the vein of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead, but with a particularly British sense of humo...

Edgar Wright - Shaun of the Dead Interview
19 Apr 2004
From the team who brought you cult sitcom Spaced now comes Shaun of the Dead, a zombie movie in the vein of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead, but with a particularly British sense of humour. Edgar ...

Last Horror Movie Trailer
22 Mar 2004
The Last Horror Movie has been picked up for release by Metro Tartan in August. Here's a sneak preview.

76th Academy Awards
1 Mar 2004
The Drum Roll Please! Yawn. Another night at the Oscars and what a time it was. Listening to winners thank everyone but their pool boy was a harbinger of things to come. A telecast that started...

The Year of Comedy and Tragedy (Oscar Nominations)
27 Jan 2004
The Academy Award nominations have been announced this morning, and it was as always, a heart thumping, heart stopping venue guaranteed to raise the hackles on or breath new life into those in Tinsel ...

Argent Films Interview
11 Jan 2004
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