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Critically acclaimed Mexican cannibal thriller We Are What We Are (Somos Lo Que Hay) hits UK cinemas on 12th November 2010 and, to whet your appetite, a clip from the film has been released. A middle-aged man dies in the … Continue reading
Jorge Michel Graus We Are What We Are (Somos Lo Que Hay) opens in UK cinemas on 12th November and Twitch has turned up the UK trailer for the film. Its strong stuff. A middle-aged man dies in the street, … Continue reading
Manchesters Grimm Up North Film Festival runs from 28th to 31st October and is promising a feast of horror and science fiction films. The festival will be held at Manchester’s Dancehouse and Odder Bar and will include film premières, special … Continue reading
The 30th Cambridge Film Festival opens on Thursday, September 16th with the much anticipated Les Aventures Extraordinaires d’Adèle Blanc-Sec, Luc Bessons lavish adaptation of a long-running series of graphic novels. The festival wraps up on Sunday, September 26th with Nigel … Continue reading