Jurassic World In Numbers

Thursday, October 29 2015
Jurassic World In Numbers

With its week one now firmly under its belt, Universal is planning to keep the latest Jurassic era going right through until Christmas. And here’s what it’s done so far and some of the plans for the next few weeks, as well as looking at some of the in-store implementation of its own take on […]

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Ron Benson Remembered

Monday, October 26 2015
Ron Benson Remembered

Tributes have poured in to Ron Benson, industry stalwart and champion, the founder of Eureka and its Masters Of Cinema imprint, who has sadly died. Here’s a selection of tributes to the man and his work… I’ve lost a friend “I first met Ron Benson in the mid 1980s at the Vidtel exhibition or something similar, […]

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Labelled With Love

Saturday, October 17 2015
Labelled With Love

Perhaps the most surprising thing about the launch of the FrightFest Presents imprint, a boutique label bearing the horror film festival’s trusted name, is not that it’s happening, but more a case of why did it take so long? The FrightFest brand, expanded from an annual film festival through to more regular events not just […]

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The Week In Video Part LI

Saturday, October 17 2015
The Week In Video Part LI

Our latest round up of titles we’ve been watching, complete with a look at their commercial potential and trade prospects… Kevin Bacon is on fine form as a bent copper in Cop Car, as solid and as strong a DTV title as,your likely to see this year. It’s got elements of other films here. Not […]

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Turbo Charged

Saturday, October 17 2015
Turbo Charged

The annual horrorthon (and genrethon, if you’re going to be pedantic) that is Film4 FrightFest offers up a taste not just of the best in forthcoming titles taking in the entire spectrum of the field, but it’s also a way of seeing what’s coming down the line to DVD and home entertainment formats in the […]

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The Week In Video Part L

Tuesday, October 6 2015
The Week In Video Part L

Back with out regular look at our recent home viewing, paying close attention to its trade potential… And as noted on The Raygun newsletter last week, we’re still playing catch up with some of our Film 4 FrightFest viewing, so our round up here is going to focus mainly on two elements, horror, alongside a […]

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