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Check out the all new Emily Blunt featurette for A Quiet Place – in cinemas April 5!

In the modern thriller A QUIET PLACE, a family of four must navigate their lives in silence after mysterious creatures that hunt by sound threaten their survival. If they hear you, they hunt you.   //   A Quiet Place stars Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Noah Jupe & Millicent Simmonds and is in cinemas April 5! www.facebook.com/AQuietPlaceMovie

Watch Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Stay Silent to Survive in the very Creepy A Quiet Place Trailer!

A family living out in the countryside has relegated themselves to living in total silence, along with the use of sign language, in an effort to hide from an unknown entity that thrives on sound.   //   A QUIET PLACE, starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, in cinemas MAY 10 2018! www.facebook.com/AQuietPlaceMovie

Watch the Brand New Trailer for Sherlock Gnomes Starring James McAvoy, Emily Blunt & Johnny Depp!

However, they soon discover that someone is kidnapping garden gnomes all over London. When Gnomeo and Juliet return home to find that everyone in their garden is missing – there’s only one gnome to call… SHERLOCK GNOMES.   //   The famous detective and sworn protector of London’s garden gnomes arrives with his sidekick Watson to investigate the case. The mystery will lead our gnomes on a rollicking adventure where they will meet all new ornaments and explore an ...

The Girl On The Train Movie Review

Every film viewing session, while being a great collective experience should be assessed without the bias of others. We’ve all had to endure watching films when those around us are so obviously not enjoying themselves. It enacts a real negative vibe and is as rude as those that chomp and plastic wrap rustle their way through the entire film. Assessing The Girl On The Train as its own entity is also a bit difficult with so much press comparing it to Gone Girl. This sets up the audience ...

Sicario Movie Review

This is a modern day tale of drug running and Mexico/America border politics and it draws you in with bold strokes. It then details the character’s action in such a way as to illustrate the horrors that both the innocent and guilty have to endure during these drug wars. The screenplay leads you to make certain assumptions about the main protagonists actions and it’s to its satisfying complexity that right up until the end of the last reel there are still surprises left in store. ...