Exclusive New Images For Bong Joon-Ho’s ‘Snowpiercer’


With just one more month before Bong Joon-Ho’s post-apocalyptic thriller Snowpiercer releasing in South Korea some new images have arrived, hot on the trail of the recently released first trailer.

Featuring a stellar ensemble cast with names of the calibre of Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell and John Hurt, Snowpiercer boards a train load of survivors in teh aftermath of an ice age that has destroyed virtually every living thing on the planet. As a class system takes over the train, tensions surge to boiling point.

Snowpiercer is slated for an August 1st release date in South Korea and whilst US and UK release dates are still to be announced the film was picked up by The Weinstein Company late last year.

In case you missed the trailer you can catch it below, along with the aforementioned new images.


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Pacific Rim – New Wave of Exclusive Promotional Goodness


An all new wave of promotional material has hit the net for Warner Bros.’ soon-to be-released Pacific Rim.

Despite the internet already brimming with clips, trailers and featurettes we get even more goodies galore today in the form of three minute-long clips, an extended featurette, and a couple more movie posters.

Despite the brevity of each exclusive clip, they each provide completely different viewpoints and more than intriguing insight into various elements of Pacific Rim’s universe.

Enjoy the plethora of goodies below to keep your appetites whetted until the film is released in the UK on the 12th of July.

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Movie Lists

Top 5 Hitchcock Murder Scenes


‘The more successful the villain, the more the successful the picture’.

Hitchcock certainly wasn’t lying when he said that, with some of the most infamous murder scenes in film history attributed to his movies. He was willing to dabble in waters that other directors were petrified to go anywhere near. He was willing to challenge censorship and push it to its very limits. He succeeded in changing film forever and will always be remembered for his ambitious cinematic techniques, art of suspense, and of course, murder. So, what better way to celebrate the celebrated filmmaker than with a look at five of his most memorable murder scenes, a tough challenge to whittle them down I can tell you…

Blackmail (1929)


The first British ‘talkie’ and how else better to show off cinemas evolution to the audiences by giving them the screams and cries of murder! In this scene, Alice fends off a would-be-rapist, killing him in the process.

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Frenzy (1972)


Hitchcock returned to Britain after a sixteen year absence to shoot Frenzy. In this scene, the necktie murder lures a woman into his flat. They enter and the camera slowly tracks back out of the building in a beautifully executed shot that leaves the audience fully aware of what is to happen.

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Rope (1948)


How to open a movie? How about strangling somebody. Rope is one of the most, if not the most, ambitiously shot Hitchcock movies. In attempt to make the movie look like one entire shot – it’s actually three – Hitchcock composes a masterpiece of suspense infused with sickening behaviour – they throw the body in a chest, invite the family of the deceased over, and then dine off his resting place. Nasty.

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Dial M for Murder (1954)


Hitchcock favourite Grace Kelly is back in the hot seat as she defends herself from her tennis-pro turned blackmailer and killer husband. As he listens on the phone, Kelly is fighting off a moustached murder. But, as Hitchcock loves, the heroine overcomes!

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Psycho (1960)


Stab! Stab! Stab! Each cut, each sound, each movement perfectly executed to create one of the most iconic scenes in cinema, Psycho’s bathroom murder scene shocked audiences and Hollywood execs – especially when you kill off your lead girl half way through a movie!

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