Following on from Thor and The Avengers, we join Thor back in Asgard, where he is fighting for peace in the nine realms. My review of Thor: The Dark World after the jump.
I’m not much of a horror buff, but I can safely say Candyman is the scariest film I have ever seen. I was around 8 or 9 and I crept into the living room where my parents were watching it and hid behind the sofa. This was probably not one of the smartest decisions I’ve ever made…The images from this film haunted my dreams throughout much of my childhood. I still can’t say ANY name in front of mirror multiple times. Come to think of it, perhaps this film is responsible for my irrational fear of bees and wasps (along with My Girl, which still upsets me).
Scream is another film that lingered in my mind for years afterwards. I watched this at a sleepover with 4 or 5 other girls when I was about 11 or 12. I remember trembling and being too freaked out to use the bathroom. I called my Mum as soon as the sun came up and got her to take me home. Stupidly, I also watched Scream 2, which also played with my mind. I felt unconformable using the bathrooms at the cinema for some time after that film. I still feel uneasy when I see people in costume, wearing that mask.
What is the scariest film you have ever seen? Is there something that has stuck in your mind, long after the credits have rolled? It may not even be considered scary or a horror, but for whatever reason, it’s one that has had an impact on you.
By Sam McCosh
The trailer for Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel is here, and I do believe that Wes Anderson has created the most Wes Anderson film possible. In saying that, this film looks like a heck of a lot of fun – with more pastel colours than you could find in an 80s Barbie Dream Home and a cast including: Saoirse Ronan, Ralph Fiennes, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Willem Dafoe, Owen Wilson, Jeff Goldblum and Tilda Swinton, what’s not to like?
The Film is set for a March 2014 release in the US.