Bill and Ted are back?

Bill and Ted are back?

Something that I came across earlier was the first, teaser, poster for the third Bill And Ted film. Not a lot to go on but it does seem that the phone box has landed in Superman’s Ice Fortress. Don’t believe me then scroll down a bit to see what the fortress looks like. The film

Promotional Items

Promotional Items

Another way of getting your new film out is the use of promotional items. Most of the time it’s just the usual t-shorts and caps. I’ve run competitions in the past that give out this sort of things. Far too many to remember as it seems that every major film does this sort of thing.

The Box Set

The Box Set

This can be the scourge of the film fan. You have already gone out and bought the DVD. Then upgraded to the Blu-ray as you hoped it would be of a better quality. Then comes along the new box set with 500 hours of extras, 40 commentaries tracks that have an input from everyone from

Coming to a screen near you

Coming to a screen near you

This post is a plea to you, the cinema going public. Please visit your local cinema. Ignore the large chains. Hit your local, independent, cinema. You will have an experience similar to that you remembered as a child! I’m sure that some still have an intermission with the girl selling small tubs of ice cream.

Based on a true story

Based on a true story

I have already covered the worst word to read in a synopsis. Now comes another one that fills me with dread.  It’s the phase “Based on a true story”. This comes in a couple of different versions.  One if “Based on a true story”.  Another one is “based on the inspirational true story”. The final

Knocking holes in walls

Knocking holes in walls

Going back through the last couple of year’s blog posts I discovered this gem of a poster. That got me wondering which came first. That one or The Dark Knight Rising. Otherwise known as the below one.  After some quick detective work I discovered the answer. If you wish to know then read onwards… The

The colours of posters

The colours of posters

A disturbing trend is creeping into posters.  This has happened over the last couple of years.  That is the use of Orange and Blue in posters. I have dug through the archives of this blog. Going through the files I have found quite a number of posters using this combination. I thought it was just

End of the Pacific Rim?

End of the Pacific Rim?

This arrived earlier from the hot and sweaty computers that help get the press out for next year’s Pacific Rim. It gives you the thoughts of Stacker Pentecost in regards to today’s concerns that the end of the world was going to happen – about ten hours ago. To summarise the film I would say