Drew Turney

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    Life of Pi

    Questions about how filmable Yann Martel’s smash hit novel is swirled everywhere when Fox announced they were...

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    The Dark Knight Rises

    Is Jonathan Crane (aka The Scarecrow) in it? Is the character of Miranda Tate (Marion Cotillard) really...

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    Hitchcock

    One of the best things about ”Hitchcock” – despite it being a good film by any measure...

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    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...

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    RZA & Eli Roth

    Usually in a story about a director, you’d say something about his or her filmography and style,...

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    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,...

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    John Hawkes

    It’s probably too early to call an Oscar result (we haven’t seen Hitchcock or Lincoln yet) but...

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    Cabin in the Woods

    The premise of this movie seems to be saying a lot, but at its most basic it’s...

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    Seven Psychopaths

    Look at the poster art for ”Seven Psychopaths”. It not only looks familiar, it’s not the first...

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    Sean Stone

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

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    The Sessions

    The first sentence in most synopses of ”The Sessions” will be enough to put you off –...

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    Nobody Walks

    It’s hard to say whether ”Nobody Walks” tells a story or just starts one (or several). A...

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    Olivia Thirlby

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

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    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...

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    V/H/S

    Horror movies centred around audio visual technology certainly aren’t new. Just like movies from Herbie to Christine...

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    Joe Swanberg & Radio Silence

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

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    Rock of Ages

    Like Judy Garland, The Village People and Kylie Minogue, the institution of the musical is a well-known...

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    Arachnophobia

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

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    The Rescuers 1 & 2

    A two-pack featuring Disney’s remarkably timeless animated treats. While “The Rescuers Down Under”, the sequel of the...

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    The Paperboy

    Sometimes an actor just doesn’t seem to belong. If you looked at the cast list for ”The...

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    Frankenweenie

    Despite all the noise in the marketing about this being the first feature length stop motion animated...

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    Tim Burton

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

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    Indiana Jones – The Complete Adventures

    Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark As the two most successful directors in Hollywood...

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    Raiders of the Lost Ark IMAX

    As the two most successful directors in Hollywood in the late 1970s, Lucas and Spielberg could do...

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    Finding Nemo 3D

    The critics (and audiences) fawened all over this movie, and while it is worthy of praise, it...

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    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...

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    W.E

    I’m going to be embarrassed to admit this to everybody after the opinions I’ve read and the...

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    Tony Scott (1944-2012)

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

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    Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion

    Interesting in that out of all the ”Friends” cast members’ first cinematic efforts, this Lisa Kudrow starrer...

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    High Fidelity

    I wonder what Nick Hornby thought of an American studio buying up one of his very British...

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