All posts by Drew Turney

  • 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"

  • The Sessions

    The first sentence in most synopses of ”The Sessions” will be enough to put you off – ‘a polio-afflicted man…’ It’s the kind of movie...

  • Nobody Walks

    It’s hard to say whether ”Nobody Walks” tells a story or just starts one (or several). A young, New York based filmmaker named Justine (Olivia...

  • Olivia Thirlby

    Talks to Moviehole's Drew Turney about her role in Lena Dunham's wonderful "Nobody Walks" and the action-packed "Dredd 3D"

  • Lady and the Tramp 2 : Scamp’s Adventure

    Where did we go wrong and stop believing in the sweet innocence of a Disney film? It’s no coincidence that Walk Disney was the most...

  • V/H/S

    Horror movies centred around audio visual technology certainly aren’t new. Just like movies from Herbie to Christine apply human intent (malicious or otherwise) to a...

  • Joe Swanberg & Radio Silence

    Part of the filmmaking collective of the brilliant new horror film "V/H/S"

  • Rock of Ages

    Like Judy Garland, The Village People and Kylie Minogue, the institution of the musical is a well-known gay icon today. The challenge then for Adam...

  • Arachnophobia

    An adventure/comedy straight from the G/PG rated Spielberg/Dante/Kennedy/Marshall stable of the late 80s and early 90s through and through – from the plot and effects...

  • The Rescuers 1 & 2

    A two-pack featuring Disney’s remarkably timeless animated treats. While “The Rescuers Down Under”, the sequel of the twosome, is still fun, it doesn’t encompass the...

  • The Paperboy

    Sometimes an actor just doesn’t seem to belong. If you looked at the cast list for ”The Paperboy” and thought ‘Zac Efron? That kid out...

  • Frankenweenie

    Despite all the noise in the marketing about this being the first feature length stop motion animated 3D film, the only new aspect is the...

  • Tim Burton

    Drew Turney talks to Tim Burton about returning to the world of "Frankenweenie" for a full-length feature film

  • Indiana Jones – The Complete Adventures

    Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark As the two most successful directors in Hollywood in the late 1970s, Lucas and Spielberg could...

  • Raiders of the Lost Ark IMAX

    As the two most successful directors in Hollywood in the late 1970s, Lucas and Spielberg could do whatever they wanted. And what they wanted was...

  • Finding Nemo 3D

    The critics (and audiences) fawened all over this movie, and while it is worthy of praise, it hasn’t really done anything above and beyond what...

  • Beasts of the Southern Wild

    After one of the standout debuts of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, writer/director/composer Benh Zeitlin’s ”Beasts of the Southern Wild” will draw a more circumspect...

  • W.E

    I’m going to be embarrassed to admit this to everybody after the opinions I’ve read and the critical pounding this film’s received, but I quite...

  • Tony Scott (1944-2012)

    The director of "Top Gun", "Days of Thunder", "True Romance" and "Unstoppable" committed suicide early today

  • Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion

    Interesting in that out of all the ”Friends” cast members’ first cinematic efforts, this Lisa Kudrow starrer was one of the only successes, along with...