Max Landis shows us that Chronicle wasn’t a fluke, and gives his dad a run for his money at this directing thing
The Wire meets Bat-Girl?
Christmas. It’s a time of unbridled joy. Ecstasy, even. But lest we all forget ourselves, strip naked and begin cavorting around the tree, driven mad with pure bliss, BFF has taken the time to compile a list of the top ten film moments that will make you remember the truth: that life is actually a sad, lonely, painful dredge. And that Christmas sucks. Just ask James Van Der Beek. He’ll give it to you straight.
If you’re looking for Halloween film events, what better way to celebrate than with a super-select screening of An American Werewolf in London at London Zoo on Oct 31st! We have a pair of money-can’t-buy tickets to give away! Competition ends thurs 28 October 2010.
How do you judge the greatest horror film ever made? Is it how near you come to running out the room, sweating? Is it the intensity of the nightmares that follow? Or is it the film that sparks off agorophobia? If that is the criteria, then Big Momma’s House gets my vote.
Simon Pegg has announced that former Doctor Who David Tennant has dropped out of John Landis’ forthcoming film Burke and Hare and his replacement is Andy Serkis aka Gollum.