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Return of Cult Horror Classic “The Wicker Man”


Philosophical Thriller “Night Train to Lisbon” Starts Its Journey at the Berlinale

The Danish director Bille August’s “Night Train to Lisbon,” a German-Swiss-Portuguese co-production with a stellar European cast, will have its world premiere out of competition at this year’s Berlinale (February 7-17). The philosophical drama-cum-thriller stars Jeremy Irons and features Tom CourtenayAugust DiehlBruno GanzMartina GedeckJack HustonMélanie LaurentChristopher LeeLena Olin, and Charlotte Rampling (who replaced Vanessa Redgrave). Read the full article here

“The Hobbit”: Bilbo Goes in Search of the Promised Land


Dr. Jekyll to Hunt Jack the Ripper in New Adaptation


“Dark Shadows” Trailer: Burton and Depp Do What They Do Best, But Is It Enough?

The release yesterday of the trailer (below) for Tim Burton’s “Dark Shadows,” opening May 11, tells us what we probably already knew: the hotly anticipated adaptation of the 1966-71 weekday soap is going to be a mash-up of Burtonized soft-Gothic and nostalgified early ’70s kitsch that gives Johnny Depp yet another opportunity to deliver a broad camp caricature.