All posts by Drew Turney

  • MH talks to Michael Shannon about The Iceman and Man of Steel

    Playing two very different villains in two very different movies

  • Winona Ryder

    The ever-modest Ryder talks to Drew Turney about her latest role, that of a hitman's wife in "The Iceman".

  • MH chats to screen icon Winona Ryder

    Talking to the versatile actress about her latest film, "The Iceman"

  • Zoe Bell

    Talks about "Hansel & Gretel : Witch Hunters", which hits DVD and Blu-ray next month

  • Danny Abeckaser

    The club and party promoter cum actor talks about his role in "The Iceman"

  • Keanu Reeves

    In ''Generation Um'' he plays John, a passive professional escort driver with a dark side.

  • Moviehole chats to Keanu Reeves

    In ''Generation Um'' he plays John, a passive professional escort driver with a dark side.

  • Ariel Vroman

    Ariel Vroman’s “The Iceman” is as different a gangster hitman thriller as you’re likely to see, as the filmmaker explains to Drew Turney in this...

  • Ariel Vroman talks The Iceman with Moviehole

    "The Iceman" is as different a gangster hitman thriller as you're likely to see

  • The Iceman

    Witness the last of Michael Shannon’s obscurity to movie audiences (you already know him well if you’re a ”Boardwalk Empire” fan). Until now he’s just...

  • ‘Iceman’ Review : Shannon’s amazing, the movie not as much

    ''The Iceman'' doesn't really say much about the criminal underworld a dozen other movies haven't already

  • The Hobbit

    Peter Jackson bought about the last great seismic change with the ”Lord of the Rings” saga, showing how the fantastical genres that had languished for...

  • Antiviral

    Sometimes it’s easy to spot the discipline a moviemaker has come from. Some are simple storytellers with writing backgrounds and little real interest in mood-setting...

  • Red Dawn

    This latest 80s staple from the remake mill again asks the question of whether these movies are really necessary and/or worth the wait. The original...

  • The Man With The Iron Fists

    When you have the cachet of Quentin Tarantino, you can put your name and the word ‘presents’ above the title of a movie and communicate...

  • Thale

    Scandanavian horror cinema has a mood and a flavour all its own. Even when dealing with the essentially silly, the ace ”Trollhunter” believed in its...

  • Dredd

    There are probably two kinds of people when it comes to watching a second Judge Dredd movie. The first are hardcore fans of the comic...

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    One of the coolest experiences I had as a movie goer and TMNT fan. I possibly loved it so much because I half expected Saturday...

  • Rise of the Guardians

    At first I found the idea of recasting Santa Claus as a sword-wielding Cossack ridiculous, like some screenwriter was scraping the bottom of the ideas...

  • Guillermo Del Toro

    If late 20th century cinema bought us anything, it was a new breed of moviemakers who grew up as movie geeks. Prior to the Tarantino...

  • Life of Pi

    Questions about how filmable Yann Martel’s smash hit novel is swirled everywhere when Fox announced they were adapting it. As soon as Ang Lee was...

  • The Dark Knight Rises

    Is Jonathan Crane (aka The Scarecrow) in it? Is the character of Miranda Tate (Marion Cotillard) really Talia Al-Ghul? Does Bruce Wayne die at the...

  • Hitchcock

    One of the best things about ”Hitchcock” – despite it being a good film by any measure – is the pleasure of seeing Anthony Hopkins...

  • Andrew Traucki tells Moviehole how you can play a part in getting his latest film The Jungle onto screens

    Blink and you might have missed them at Australian cinemas, but Aussie Andrew Traucki’s ace films ”Black Water” and ”The Reef” were slow burn thrillers...

  • RZA & Eli Roth

    Usually in a story about a director, you’d say something about his or her filmography and style, but in the case of rapper turned actor...

  • Drew talks to Eli Roth and RZA about The Man With The Iron Fists

    Usually in a story about a director, you’d say something about his or her filmography and style, but in the case of rapper turned actor...

  • John Hawkes

    It’s probably too early to call an Oscar result (we haven’t seen Hitchcock or Lincoln yet) but whatever happens, John Hawkes will give the pack...

  • Cabin in the Woods

    The premise of this movie seems to be saying a lot, but at its most basic it’s a fairly transparent parable about the act of...

  • Seven Psychopaths

    Look at the poster art for ”Seven Psychopaths”. It not only looks familiar, it’s not the first time Colin Farrell’s been here. In 2003 he...

  • Sean Stone

    The filmmaker son of legendary Oliver Stone talks to Drew Turney about his film "Greystone Park"