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  1. Has this been mentioned already? /film reports that Cronenberg's 1983 cult sci-fi is to be remade, directed by a guy who's only made TV commercials - maybe the next Ridley Scott then? - and scripted by... scripted by... Ehren Kruger, the bloke who wrote the last two Transformers films. The last two Transformers films. Wrote them. He wrote Transformers. Videodrome. Transformers. Videodrone. Tranforkers. Videodoomed. Transfuckers. Anyway, he's going to 'infuse the film with the possibilities of nano-technology', so I'm sure it'll turn out ok in the end.
  2. Synopsis: Pip, a poor orphan being raised by a cruel sister, does not have much in the way of great expectations between his terrifying experience in a graveyard with a convict named Magwitch and his humiliating visits with the eccentric Miss Havisham’s beautiful but manipulative niece, Estella, who torments him until he is elevated to wealth by an anonymous benefactor. Full of unforgettable characters, Great Expectations is a tale of intrigue, unattainable love, and all of the happiness money can’t buy. Great Expectations has the most wonderful and most perfectly worked-out plot for a novel in the English language, according to John Irving, and J. Hillis Miller declares, Great Expectations is the most unified and concentrated expression of Dickens’s abiding sense of the world, and Pip might be called the archetypal Dickens hero. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLdUO2dCIRE The film stars Helena Bonham Carter as Miss Havisham, Ralph Fiennes as Magwitch, as well as Jeremy Irvine (War Horse) as Pip, Holliday Grainger (The Borgias) as Estella, with Robbie Coltrane (Harry Potter), Jason Flemyng (X-Men: First Class), and Sally Hawkins (Happy Go Lucky). Irvine was atrocious in War Horse but it is hard to judge his performance here. It is a great story (obviously) and visually it looks the part but the trailer didn't really sell me on the film. Bonham Carter has to be some of the laziest casting for the role of Miss Havisham too.
  3. Special effects designer, Carlo Rambaldi, most famous for creating ET, has died aged 86. RIP http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/11/movies/carlo-rambaldi-movie-maestro-of-special-effects-dies-at-86.html
  4. Synopsis: Tom McCarthy, acclaimed writer/ director of THE VISITOR and THE STATION AGENT, once again explores the depths and nuances of human relationships in his new film about the allegiances and bonds between unlikely characters. Disheartened attorney Mike Flaherty (Paul Giamatti), who moonlights as a high school wrestling coach, stumbles across a star athlete through some questionable business dealings while trying to support his family. Just as it looks like he will get a double payday, the boy’s mother shows up fresh from rehab and flat broke, threatening to derail everything. McCarthy’s deft touch with balancing drama and comedy, broken hearts and poignant humanity is at play in WIN WIN. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbe33D59euY&feature=player_embedded McCarthy's previous two films are absolutely brilliant and the buzz out of Sundance suggests this will be just as good (I realise practically every film that goes through Sundance gets positive buzz and many turn out to be disappointing/crap). The trailer does have some funny moments in it but it does still look like almost every other US indie comedy of the last ten years but I'm putting that down to safe marketing as McCarthy's films rarely have brilliant trailers anyway.
  5. Synopsis: The third collaboration of Academy Award nominee Keira Knightley with director Joe Wright, following the award-winning boxoffice successes “Pride & Prejudice” and “Atonement,” is the epic love story “Anna Karenina,” adapted from Leo Tolstoy’s classic novel by Academy Award winner Tom Stoppard (“Shakespeare in Love”). The story unfolds in its original late-19th-century Russia high-society setting and powerfully explores the capacity for love that surges through the human heart, from the passion between adulterers to the bond between a mother and her children. As Anna (Ms. Knightley) questions her happiness, change comes to her family, friends, and community. I was curious to see the trailer for this mainly because of its theatre-bound setting which looks pretty great in the small snippet we see here. I'm less convinced by the cast, on paper at least, but Wright is normally good at getting the best out of his actors.
  6. How many other 'mukkers are fans of this film? For my money it is one of the greatest comedies of all time and easily the greatest film of John Hughes' career, In fact it is my joint favourite comedy of all time (the other being Blazing Saddles since I realise you were all dying to know). It's mainly remembered for the 'Those aren't pillows!' scene, but the entire film is filled to the brim with incredible moments and career-best performances from both Steve Martin and the much-missed John Candy. Fun Fact: It would have gotten a PG-13 in the USA, but the car rental scene pushed it up to an R rating. Good on Hughes and company for sticking to their guns and keeping it in as it's one of the funniest scenes in the film and the lack of swearing throughout the rest of the running time only makes it funnier. Candy manages to walk the fine-line of being lovable to the audience while allowing you to still empathise with Neal's frustrations and Martin might be playing an uptight and self-absorbed suit but you still sympathise with his quest to get home. If you want to see how easy such a concept could so easily go terribly wrong then just watch the terrible Due Date where they've taken the same concept except this time the Del substitute is an unlikable creepy weirdo and straight man is a self-satisfied abrasive arsehole. I can watch all manner of supposed tear-jerking films and remain stony-faced, but the end of this film always gets me pretending there's something in my eye (even with Neal's demonic looking children). http://www.myspace.com/video/todd/planes-trains-and-automobiles/26065689
  7. This is a new thriller from the director of man-in-a-box movie, Buried. It recently played Sundance and got some mixed reviews and now the trailer has finally been released too. Synopsis: A psychological thriller which explores the human brain’s perception mechanisms and the diffuse frontiers between belief and science, RED LIGHTS starts out from the experiences of two rationalist scientists who dissect phenomena from the metapsychic world, and the clash of forces with a world famous psychic they bring about. The past and the present of each the protagonists contain still unrevealed shadows, setting in train a dark story of growing tension, full of unexpected twists and turns. The film stars Sigourney Weaver, Robert DeNiro, Cillian Murphy and girl of the moment, Elizabeth Olsen. The trailer looks like it could be fun in a Brian De Palma circa late 1970s kind of way.
  8. Fed up of beating up Europeans now Liam Neeson is tackling wild animals in this new Joe Carnahan film. Synopsis: A group of oil-rig roughnecks are left stranded on the sub-arctic tundra after their plane experiences a complete mechanical failure and crashes into the remote Alaskan wilderness. The survivors, battling mortal injuries, biting cold and ravenous hunger, are relentlessly hunted and pursued by a vicious pack of rogue wolves. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58QDFG Carnahan isn't a great director but I quite like the teaser, not least because it is a proper teaser. The cinematography looks nice and I don't think I could tire of Neeson punching things. The film is out some time next year.
  9. http://www.imdb.com/video/demo_reel/vi2082905113/ http://jncproductions.co.uk/ No CGI, no wires, full contact Like most people liking this (me included) there's no release date for it although it's supposed to be out this year. Looks good from the trailer.
  10. According to Deadline he is. No info on the budget, but given some of the events and settings in the book, no doubt it'll be quite a jump in scale from Attack the Block! (Which I still haven't seen...) Neal STEPHEN!son!
  11. I never got on with Sideways but I've liked pretty much everything else Alexander Payne has directed and George Clooney seems good at picking interesting (although not always successful) projects. Synopsis: From Alexander Payne, the creator of the Oscar-winning SIDEWAYS, set in Hawaii, THE DESCENDANTS is a sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic journey for Matt King (George Clooney) an indifferent husband and father of two girls, who is forced to re-examine his past and embrace his future when his wife suffers a boating accident off of Waikiki. The event leads to a rapprochement with his young daughters while Matt wrestles with a decision to sell the family’s land handed down from Hawaiian royalty and missionaries. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vu6qUglcGo&feature=player_embedded The synopsis sounds a little like a middle aged version of About Schmidt and the trailer almost backs this up. Unfortunately the trailer, bar the brief Robert Forster bit, leaves me totally cold. George Clooney has his mad-eyes face on which he normally just reserves for his screwball comedies and Coen brother films and it just looks all terribly predictable with the usual platitudes about a distant family finding each other again after much soul searching and madcap encounters. It is the sort of thing Payne could make in his sleep but I'm hoping it is just bad marketing that representative of the finished film.
  12. The screenplay is the foundation of any film, yet that aspect still seems to get far, far less attention than the director, the actors or even the special effect house. I know that in Hollywood the role of the writer is still considered to be one of the lowest on the Totem Pole (I read a recent interview with Breaking Bad's Vince Gilligan who said you're lucky if you even get invited to the film you wrote). The previous blight of the screenwriting scene was Akiva Goldsman, he kept getting handed prime projects despite consistently churning out utterly terrible scripts. Yes a lot were extremely profitable, but I'd argue that this was often because the properties themselves were powerful enough to generate a huge opening weekend regardless of quality. When he was attached to something without the built in audience, Lost in Space for instance, the studio had a flop on its hands. The successors to his crown are Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. They've been paid megabucks to write the likes of Transformers 2 and Cowboys & Aliens. Their projects usually contain a blend of wafer thin characterisations, nonsensical motivations, gaping plot holes and cringeworthy humour. The only film with their names on the credits I've given a damn about is Star Trek (although personally I don't rate it as highly as many here). But in that case it was rumoured that J.J. Abrams tinkered with it heavily due to thevwriter's strike. Even then, I'd argue that the script is by far the weakest aspect of that film and that it's salvaged by a cast with great chemistry and energetic direction. Unfortunately these two hacks have already been handed the keys to the sequel to this Summer's Spider-man reboot. I'd be interested in hearing others' thoughts on screenwriters - good and bad and past and present.
  13. Chapter One is up now. http://www.wrongcops...chapter-one.php
  14. If anyone has any other film suggestions post in the thread and I will update the first post. Certain films have links to their respective IMDB pages. Black = Terrestrial and Freeview : Blue = Pay for Channels (e.g. Sky Movies) Star Ratings: ***** Masterpiece: **** Highly Recommended: *** Decent: ** Disappointing: * Awful: ‘(AVOID)’ Even Uwe Boll would be embarrassed with this shit: */***** So bad it's good NB: All films without star ratings are those that I have not watched. Any film with a red 'P' in front of it means it is a premiere, either on freeview or Sky. Terrestrial/Freeview Film of the Week Bonnie and Clyde (1967) – ITV1 Saturday 11.40pm This '60s classic doesn't seem to come on terrestrial television all that often so it is worth getting reacquainted with it when you get the chance. Satellite/Cable Film of the Week 13 Assassins (2010) – Sky Premiere Friday @ 11.45pm I wouldn't call myself a Takashi Miike fan; of his many films there are only really two that I consider genuinely good and one of those is still inferior to the original (Audition and The Happiness of the Katakuris being the two films in question) so despite the great reviews 13 Assassins has been amassing it really wasn't a film high on my list of priorities. However, for the most part, I really rather enjoyed this tale of a group of samurai defying their code to bring down a psychotic lord. And what a psychopath he is; to describe his acts would spoil some of the films best reveals but Miike does an effective job of making you in no doubt the guy deserves to die. I read a review that compared the film to Peckinpah's masterpiece, The Wild Bunch, and there are certainly similarities with the end of an era looming over all the character's heads, the insurmountable odds, the ragtag group of individuals and the overbearing sense of death (metaphorically and literally). I wouldn't put this film in the same category as The Wild Bunch predominantly because the large number of characters are a little lost meaning you never quite invest in them the way you should. However, this could well be the fault of the international distributors and not of Miike himself as I know the Japanese version is twenty odd minutes longer and supposedly focuses on the characters before the showdown. The showdown in question, taking up nearly the entire final half of the film, is a real tour de force. It is brilliantly choreographed and edited with an ebb and flow most blockbusters can't sustain over a ten minute action sequence let alone 45-minutes. It is bloody and visceral (something that Miike has always excelled at) but also oddly beautiful and balletic and a mini-movie in its own right. I finally have another Miike film to add to the good list. Saturday Black Narcissus (1946) – Film4 11am ***** Macbeth (1948) – BBC2 12.45pm **** In & Out (1997) – Film4 1pm *** Police Academy 2 (1985) – C5 1.10pm * Agatha Christie's Murder with Mirrors (1985) – C5 1.50pm ** The Truman Show (1998) – Film4 2.50pm ***** The Witches (1989) – 5 2.55pm **** From Russia with Love (1963) – ITV1 3.40pm **** Twelfth Night (1996) – BBC2 4.20pm *** Dr Dolittle 2 (2001) – C5 4.45pm * Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) – Film4 4.45pm ** Titanic (1997) – C4 6.05pm ** Amelia (2009) – Film4 6.50pm ** Ice Age: the Meltdown (2006) – ITV2 7.15pm ** Hud (1963) – Sky Classics 8pm **** Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) – ITV2 9pm *** Meet the Spartans (2008) – E4 9pm (AVOID) A Time to Kil (1996) – Film4 9pm *** The Game (1997) - ITV4 9pm *** Rush Hour 3 (2007) – C4 9.45pm ** P: Hamlet 2 (2008) – BBC2 11.05pm ** Bonnie and Clyde (1967) – ITV1 11.40pm ***** P: Confessions (2010) – Film4 11.50pm ** ½ Eden Lake (2008) - ITV4 11.35pm *** A Cock and Bull Story (2005) – BBC2 12.30am SUN **** Bad News Bears (2005) – C4 1.20am SUN *** Kevin & Perry Go Large (2000) – BBC1 1.25am SUN * Lilya 4-Ever (2002) - Sky Arts 2 2am SUN **** The Foot Fist Way (2006) – Film4 2.20am SUN ** Sunday I Was Monty's Double (1958) – Film4 11am Murder at the Gallop (1963) – C5 12.15pm Big Momma's House 2 (2006) – Film4 1pm * Free Willy 2 (1995) – C5 1.55pm * Bride & Prejudice (2004) – C4 2.20pm * CutThroat Island (1995) – Film4 2.55pm * P: TinkerBell and the Great Fairy Rescue (2010) – C5 3.45pm P: Bandslam (2009) – C4 4.30pm ** ½ Hercules (1997) – C5 5.05pm **** Nacho Libre (2006) – Film4 5.20pm ** Deep Impact (1998) – BBC2 6.10pm ** Take the Lead (2006) – E4 6.40pm ** Happy Feet (2006) – ITV2 6.55pm ** Monster-in-Law (2005) – Film4 7.05pm * Steptoe and Son Ride Again (1973) – ITV3 8pm ** Mongol (2007) – BBC4 9pm *** Frantic (1988) – Sky Crime/Thriller 9pm **** Men in Black (1997) – Film4 9.05pm **** Man on Wire (2007) – BBC2 10pm **** Perfect Stranger (2007) – C5 10pm * 10,000 BC (2008) – ITV1 10.15pm * Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005) – STV 10.15pm **** The Escapist (2007) – Film4 10.55pm *** Anchorman (2004) – BBC1 11.10pm **** The World is Not Enough (1999) – ITV2 11.45pm ** Born on the Fourth of July (1989) – Sky Drama/Romance 11.50pm **** Sugar (2008) – BBC2 12.30am MON P: Do Dooni Chaar (2010) – C4 12.40am MON Internal Affairs (1990) – Film4 12.55am MON *** Monday One Million Years BC (1966) – C4 1.10pm ** Another Stakeout (1993) – Film4 6.55pm ** The World is Not Enough (1999) – ITV2 9pm ** 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) – Film4 9pm ** The Enforcer (1976) - ITV4 9pm ** Platoon (1986) – TCM 9pm **** Airplane! (1980) – Sky Modern Greats 9.45pm ***** Knocked Up (2007) – ITV1 10.35pm *** Employee of the Month (2006) – Film4 10.45pm * Shrooms (2006) – C5 10.55pm * The Beguiled (1971) - ITV4 11pm *** A Home at the End of the World (2004) – ITV1 12am TUE ** P: Khayal Gatha (1989) – C4 1.05am TUE The Conformist (1970) – Film4 12.50am TUE **** Faintheart (2008) – C4 2.50am TUE * Tuesday The Lady Eve (1941) – Sky Classics 12pm **** Superman (1978) – Sky Modern Greats 3.40pm **** Last Holiday (2006) – Film4 6.50pm * Saving Private Ryan (1998) – Film4 9pm *** Escape from New York (1981) – ITV4 9pm **** Deep Blue Sea (1999) – ITV2 10pm *** The Exorcist (1973) - ITV4 11.05pm ***** Ghost Town (2008) – BBC1 12.10am WED ** Meek's Cutoff (2010) – Film4 12.20am WED ** The Prince and the Pauper (1977) – STV 12.50am WED ** Far North (2007) – Film4 2.15am WED *** Wednesday All That Heaven Allows (1955) – Film4 11am **** The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) – Film4 2.30pm ***** The Drum (1938) – Film4 5pm *** Men in Black (1997) – Film4 6.55pm **** PotC: the Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) – BBC3 7.50pm **** Vanity Fair (2004) – ITV3 8pm ** California Man (1992) – E4 8pm *** Raising Arizona (1987) – Sky Indie 8.15pm **** Blazing Saddles (1974) – ITV4 9pm **** Blade Trinity (2004) – Film4 9pm * Silent Hill (2006) – E4 9.45pm ** P: Surrogates (2009) – BBC1 10.45pm ** I Am Legend (2007) – ITV2 10.45pm ** The Beguiled (1971) – ITV4 11pm *** Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994) – TCM 11.05pm *** Copycat (1995) – Film4 11.10pm *** House of Wax (2004) – STV 12.25am THUR ** Sherrybaby (2006) – Film4 1.35am THUR *** The Three Musketeers (1973) – ITV1 2.35am THUR **** Thursday Broken Arrow (1950) – Film4 12.50pm **** Harold and Maude (1972) – Sky Indie 6.40pm ***** Star Trek: Insurrection 91998) – Film4 6.45pm ** Every With Way but Loose (1978) - ITV4 7.45pm *** Fantastic Mr Fox (2009) – Film4 9pm **** Conspiracy Theory (1997) – C5 10pm *** Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) – ITV2 10pm *** On Deadly Ground (1994) - ITV4 10pm *** Tootsie (1982) – Sky Modern Greats 10pm **** The Darjeeling Limited (2007) – Film4 10.45pm *** Rushmore (1998) – Film4 12.35am FRI **** Lake Tahoe (2008) – Film4 2.25am FRI *** Friday Call Northside 777 (1948) – Film4 11am Ride the High Country (1962) – Film4 2.50pm **** In & Out (1997) – Film4 4.50pm *** P: Love and Other Impossible Pursuits (2009) – Sky Premiere 6pm ALL WEEK Amelia (2009) – Film4 6.50pm ** P: Rio (2011) – Sky Premiere 8pm ALL WEEK ** Meet the Spartans (2008) – E4 9pm (AVOID) Vanilla Sky (2001) – More4 9pm *** X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) – Film4 9pm * P: Beginners (2010) – Sky Premiere 9.45pm ALL WEEK The Exorcist (1973) – ITV4 10pm ***** Twilight (1998) – ITV3 11.05pm ** Barb Wire (1995) – ITV1 11.05pm * Get Rich or Die Tryin' (2005) – Film4 11.05pm ** P: 13 Assassins (2010) – Sky Premiere 11.45pm ALL WEEK **** Inside Deep Throat (2005) – Film4 1.20am SAT ** The Four Musketeers (1974) – ITV1 2.55am SAT **
  15. Synopsis: In June 1939, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Academy Award nominee Bill Murray) and his wife Eleanor (Olivia Williams) host the King and Queen of England (Samuel West and Olivia Colman) for a weekend at the Roosevelt home at Hyde Park on Hudson, in upstate New York – the first-ever visit of a reigning English monarch to America. With Britain facing imminent war with Germany, the Royals are desperately looking to FDR for support. But international affairs must be juggled with the complexities of FDR’s domestic establishment, as wife, mother, and mistresses all conspire to make the royal weekend an unforgettable one. Seen through the eyes of Daisy (Academy Award nominee Laura Linney), Franklin’s neighbor and intimate, the weekend will produce not only a special relationship between two great nations, but, for Daisy – and through her, for us all – a deeper understanding of the mysteries of love and friendship. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQaScjiWDyY It's directed by Roger Michell (meh), stars Laura Linney (annoying) and looks a bit frothy but at least Murray appears on fine form.
  16. Synopsis: A young girl buys an antique box at a yard sale, unaware that inside the collectible lives a malicious ancient spirit. The girl’s father teams with his ex-wife to find a way to end the curse upon their child. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlVHzrL-Wxo It looks a pretty standard horror about possession with a few effective shots (particularly the last one). It probably has shown most of the best bits in the trailer though.
  17. Gondry talking about the film two years ago: "It's about the group effect, how people in groups transform when the group is dislocated, because everyone jumps out of the bus at different times, there is a smaller group and how the relationships evolve." Is it another science-fiction project? "No, it's kids on a bus, it's more like a social thing. It's not [well-known] actors, it's going to be kids from a school in the Bronx. I love kids and just [regular] people too because they are not polluted by the medium. They come as they are and they have beautiful stories to tell, so I want to show that." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9JjMO53ZVk
  18. Bit of an Akira vibe on this, three young friends gain 'powers' but rather than using them as superheros they as you would imagine teenagers to do dick around with them until one of them makes a rash decision and things go wrong. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rdn2uP_BNwM
  19. Synopsis: The most powerful weapon on earth today is not a gun or a disease, nor is it even visible to many. It is Marketing. Marketing is the power to control your desires and change your mind, and if you look closer there is something about it that is not of this earth. BRANDED is a dark and mind-bending journey into a surreal, dystopian society where corporate brands have unleashed a monstrous global conspiracy to get inside our minds and keep the population disillusioned, dependent and passive. One man’s Misha (Ed Stoppard) passion to unlock the truth behind the conspiracy will lead to an epic battle with the hidden forces that really control our world. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMT8zT4Ph7g The trailer is dubbed in Russian but the film will be in English. The effects look shocking but I'm interested to see Max von Sydow's interpretation of Bruciebabie.
  20. Synopsis: Prepare yourself for an unparalleled sensory experience. SAMSARA reunites filmmakers Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson, whose award-winning films BARAKA and CHRONOS brought a new visual and musical artistry to theaters. Dispensing with dialogue and descriptive text, SAMSARA explores the wonders of our world, from the mundane to the miraculous, looking into the unfathomable reaches of man’s spirituality and the human experience, and illuminating the links between humanity and the rest of nature. HD version Shot on 70mm film this should be a visual treat if nothing else.
  21. http://www.deathwalt...ingcompany.com/ Just launched today, a new label dedicated to the release of lovingly presented and hard won exploitation/horror movie soundtracks. Even if you no longer have access to a turntable these are beautiful collectors items with some great, great new artwork to accompany each release, as well as the tunes. The Escape From New York art by Jay Shaw is particularly awesome.. The owner is a friend and he's sweated hard to make sure everything will be just great. I don't know if this should be in music or movies but think movies is just about more appropriate.
  22. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ul4CZrnEFxU&feature=player_embedded This looks pretty amazing. Basically, Freddie Rumsen from Mad Men is provoked by shit television to go on a shooting spree with a teenage girl. It's also directed by the weird shrieking guy from Police Academy 2, which only adds to its excellence.
  23. I've been trying to keep an eye on a new film by this guy for quite a while but obviously didn't do a very good job (he has a new film out next month, in Ireland) He directed Metropolitan Barcelona Last Days of Disco http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoCyQcUh7Ug and now: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1667307/ He's been compared to Woody Allen but he reminds me more of Wes Anderson (mainly because I don't watch much woody allen). new trailer: I have to admit though, I'm not filled with absolute excitement for this going by the trailer, for a start the blond girl seems like an asshole. But it's been such a long gap since last days of disco that this is a must see for me.
  24. http://www.imdb.com/...113683/combined And yes, according to the makers' replies to Youtube comments, the Simpsons cast and Jim Cummings are interviewed too! (EDIT - Ah, didn't think to look in the documentaries thread. Oh well, it's got it's own thread now!)
  25. Synopsis: Simon Pegg will star in "A Fantastic Fear of Everything," a psycho comedy in which he plays a children's author turned crime novelist whose research into the lives of Victorian serial killers turns him into a paranoid wreck, especially when a Hollywood executive decides he wants to make a film out of his findings. The film is written and directed by Crispian Mills (yes, him from Kula Shaker) and looks a little like Bunny and the Bull, just hopefully better.
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