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18 Sep 2005
Gerry Anderson of Thunderbirds fame isn't only responsible for that you know! As well as his puppet based output such as Joe 90 (my personal favourite) and Captain Scarlet, he was also the man behind ...
12 Sep 2005
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Top 10 Movie Lunatics
2 Sep 2005
Hollywood and mental illness have always been controversial bedfellows, with the characters they portray often descending into psychopathic caricatures – just think Hannibal Lector. In a light-hearted...
New Method Men
31 Aug 2005
With DeNiro sinking ever deeper in the quicksand of self-parody, Pacino waning, and Brando six feet under, Method acting has lost its holy trinity. With The Machinist and Batman Begins Christian Ba...
Alex Ferrari (Broken) Q&A
20 Jun 2005
What does $8000 buy these days? Barely a pound of crack and a high class hooker to enjoy it with! But that's not for these guys, knowing the true value of money they made their own movie - and what's ...
The Isle Q&A
11 May 2005
The Spinning Image (TSI): Are there cultural differences that either the director or actress noticed between the screening of The Isle in Korea versus it's screening last night here in P...
Brad Anderson Q&A
19 Feb 2005
Brad Anderson, director of The Machinist dropped by and we used it as a good excuse to quickly question him!
The Spinning Image (TSI): Christian Bale’s performance has just staggered people wher...
Stifler: An American Legend
15 Jan 2005
In the summer of 1999, when the gates of their high school opened, four young men set forth to find their very own ‘American Dream’. One of them found it on the sun-washed avenues of Great Falls...
Interview with Agnes Jaoui and Jean-Pierre Bacri
13 Oct 2004
The Spinning Image (TSI): Comme Une Image (Look at Me) is your second feature as a director. What was it like for you tackling your second film?
Agnes Jaoui (AJ): My first experience made me...
Switchblade Romance Q&A
19 Sep 2004
The Spinning Image (TSI): Switchblade Romance features some extremely violent imagery. Did you have problems with film censors?
Aleaxandre Aja and Gregory Levasseur (AA/GL): No not at all, ...
M. Night Shyamalan Q&A
12 Aug 2004
The Time: Monday, August 9th 2004
The Place: Live from The Ritzy in Brixton and via satellite to The Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge, Picturehouse at FACT Liverpool and City Screen York.
The Village: Joaquin Phoenix Q&A
29 Jul 2004
Joaquin Phoenix stars as the stoic and determined Lucius Hunt in director M. Night Shyamalan's atmospheric and intriguing thriller,
The young star of Signs and Gladiat...
Death in the Ring
9 Jul 2004
The True Tragedy of a National Inspiration.
If you watch professional boxing long enough, the American writer Thomas Hauser once observed, you are sure to witness a tragedy. This was never more tru...
Manor on Movies: Get down with us and Down On Us
4 Jul 2004
A charlatan, a fraud, a know-nothing. I am all of these things. As a former future rock star, I used to brashly believe I was something of an authority on the 1965-80 musical period. Now, however, ...