Tag Archives: Lena Headey

Pride And Prejudice And Zombies Teaser Trailer

Based on the bestselling book, this parody of Jane Austen’s classic story sees Victorian England overrun by the living dead…

First Look! Pride And Prejudice And Zombies

In the absence of big players like Marvel Studios at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, it’s down to the smaller projects to grab the limelight. One of them is the adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s mashup “Pride And Prejudice And Zombies”, which is exactly what it sounds like. The characters of Jane Austen’s literary classicContinue Reading

300: Rise Of An Empire Trailer 2

This follow-up to the highly-influential “300” sees Persian God-King Xerxes returning to finish what he started, and Leonidas’ wife leading the charge to seek revenge…

300: Rise Of An Empire Trailer

This prequel to the Zack Snyder film sees another group of Spartan warriors facing the massive forces of the Persian empire. But this time, the battle takes place at sea…

First Look! Poster For 300 Prequel

“300” remains one of director Zack Snyder’s best films. It combined his distinctive visual style with a pretty engaging story, based on Frank Miller’s graphic novel that was itself inspired by history’s famous Battle of Thermopylae. Since that one ended on a pretty decisive note, a sequel would be dumb. Naturally, they decided to doContinue Reading

The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones Trailer

Based on the bestselling novel, this action fantasy is set in a modern world where warriors called Shadowhunters battle supernatural forces of evil…

First Look! The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones

Y’know, I know next to nothing about this. Apparently, “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” is based on a series of bestselling books and is about some line of supernatural warriors. The film itself is directed by Harald Zwart (“The Karate Kid”) and features the stereotypical main cast of young, attractive relative unknowns. Well, maybeContinue Reading

A Good Dose Of Dredd

“Dredd” has been compared with “The Raid” because they both have a very similar premise. But does this film stand up on its own merits?…