Monday, 20 December 2010
Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon (2011) - Trailer
One of the most anticipated sequels for 2011 is Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon, the 3rd chapter in Michael Bay’s huge robotic franchise. This week a new teaser trailer has been released to get you all hyped up.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 12:48 pm 27 comments
Thursday, 16 December 2010
The Movie411 Blog Awards 2010: Your Winners!
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 3:46 pm 87 comments
Wednesday, 15 December 2010
A Present For Everyone
Well how’s this for an unusual post on TheMovie411, Christmas Day is around the corner, and if your struggling for gift ideas then why not support some of your fellow Bloggers who just happen to have some rather fab books out you can purchase before the big day. Also news on a groovy new contest you can join in and get all festive about hosted by BestForFilm.Com
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 6:14 pm 8 comments
Labels: BestForFilm, Brian Leaf, Cassastar, Maxie Briscoe, Melissa Bradley, Name That Movie, Werewolf
Tuesday, 14 December 2010
The Final Buzz: Going For Gold !
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 2:15 am 10 comments
Monday, 13 December 2010
Award Buzz: Lock Your Doors and Bolt Your Windows!
Best Horror Blog Award 2010, Lock your doors, bolt your windows, here it comes.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 4:49 pm 6 comments
Award Buzz: LMAO!
Part Two of today’s award buzz brings you the categories of Best Comedy and Best Design with all their nominees.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 12:34 am 9 comments
Sunday, 12 December 2010
Award Buzz: Psst...The Words Out!
Best Gossip and Best Sci-Fi. Which chatterbox's gossip do you mostly enjoy?
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 4:26 pm 11 comments
Saturday, 11 December 2010
Award Buzz: The New Kids On The Block!
We all know what it’s like starting your own new blog and gaining them all important followers and readers. Continuing with our award buzz, we now look at those ‘new kids on the block’ in the movie Blogosphere in the Best Newcomers category. Also you can meet our judges for the awards that are not up for public vote including The Special Achievement Award. Can I get a whoop whoop?
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 5:08 pm 14 comments
Friday, 10 December 2010
Award Buzz: Lights, Camera....ACTION!
Continuing with the Movie411 Blog Awards week, today’s buzz brings you the nominees in the Best Action and Best Post awards. Both categories have very strong contenders, who are you gunning for?
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 7:29 pm 19 comments
Thursday, 9 December 2010
Blog Award Buzz: Mirror Mirror On The Wall
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 2:22 pm 18 comments
Tuesday, 7 December 2010
Superman Man Of Steel: John Williams Famous Score Still an Option
Last week it was reported that Hans Zimmer, composer of Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies, was given the task to score the new Superman reboot. However at last nights Inception DVD/Blue ray release he has quoted quite the opposite.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 10:24 am 83 comments
Sunday, 5 December 2010
Piranha 3DD: Sequel Greenlighted
Piranha 3D, a remake of the 1978’s original and a surprise summer blockbuster hit about Prehistoric piranhas devouring unsuspecting holiday makers in Lake Victoria is now had a sequel green lighted. It's been given a release date of September 16th 2011, just a mere 13 months after its predecessor.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 5:00 pm 9 comments
Saturday, 4 December 2010
Unlike most movies in comparison, this one starts where many other invasion movies leave off, with a unique vision to storytelling complemented by improvised dialogue by a cast of unknown but yet very capable actors.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 1:48 am 8 comments
Labels: Gareth Edwards, Monsters 2010, Scoot McNairy, Whitney Able
Thursday, 2 December 2010
Superman Man Of Steel: Zimmer to Score New Reboot
Zimmer composed the score for Batman Begins and the Dark Knight, and with Christopher Nolan producing the 2012 reboot of Superman, it comes as no real surprise he would approach the man who did such an amazing job with the score on Nolan’s massive Batman movies.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 1:26 am 7 comments
Thursday, 25 November 2010
Unstoppable: A Runaway Suspenseful Thrill Ride
Director Tony Scott takes us on a popcorn thrill ride with a unmanned half-a-mile runaway train, it’s toxic chemical cargo making it a deadly high speed missile through Pennsylvania. It’s up to Will Colson, a conductor, and Frank Barnes an engineer to figure out a way to stop the seemingly unstoppable locomotive before it reaches the town of Stanton which it will surely decimate.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 1:30 am 25 comments
Tuesday, 23 November 2010
From Hollywood To Hollywood: A Hilarious And Unforgettable Journey
However once in a while an unexpected little gem comes along, and with the risk of me sounding like a grumpy little toe rag right now, let me tell you about a feature that’s restored my faith in comedic ventures with a new DVD called From Hollywood to Hollywood.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 2:00 pm 13 comments
Saturday, 20 November 2010
Let The Votes Begin!
Well TheMovie411 Blog Awards are now in full swing and we have only a few weeks until the Grand Final where the winners will be announced.
Over the last month, you have been nominating your favourite Movie blogs in different categories, and now we have our Top5 Nominees for each award. You can view all the nominees and vote for them here: VOTE FORM.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 11:36 pm 16 comments
Tuesday, 9 November 2010
Superhero Gossip Corner/ November
With all films set to start shooting next year, gossip and internet rumours are spreading thick and fast. Here’s some recent gossip surrounding some of them movies....
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 3:38 pm 12 comments
Labels: Charlize Theron, Joe Manganiello, Martin Sheen, Sally Field, Spider-Man reboot, Spiderman 4, Superman movie news, The Dark Knight Rises, The Lizard, Tom Hardy, Vera Farmiga
Thursday, 4 November 2010
TheMovie411 Blog Awards 2010
TheMovie411 Blog Awards 2010 are now just around the corner. Over the last several weeks you have been nominating your favourite blogs for different awards, and we are very pleased with the way the awards have been received. Already we have over a 100 blogs and sites participating, and with hundreds of their readers nominating everyday.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 7:37 pm 15 comments
Thursday, 28 October 2010
Trick Or Treat Week: Dark Days VS Seige of the Dead
30 Days of Night: Dark Days, and another zombie movie with not so familiar methods, Siege of The Dead, both released October 2010.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 11:51 pm 8 comments
Labels: 30 Days of Night: Dark Days 2010, Ben Ketai, Kiele Sanchez, Marvin Kren, Melissa George, Michael Fuith, movie review, Siege of the Dead 2010, Theo Trebs
Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Trick or Treat Week: Buried VS Paranormal Activity 2
Today’s Trick or Treat Week post is on two movies that are quite popular at the cinema this week, Buried and Paranormal Activity 2. While very excited to see both today (yes I sat through two movies at the cinema which cost me a small fortune!) which one will rank as the Trick or Treat?
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 11:56 pm 8 comments
Tuesday, 26 October 2010
Trick or Treat Week: Lake Placid 3
I really liked the original Lake Placid back in the day, to then be let down by one of the most boring sequels ever with Lake Placid 2. When watching the trailer for its third outing I thought some faith might be restored in our B-movie monster croc flick, instead what I observed was a croc of sh*t.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 11:57 pm 7 comments
Labels: Lake Placid 3 2010, review
Monday, 25 October 2010
Trick or Treat Week: 13HRS VS Black Death
Two further recently released horror DVD’s inspire today’s post on Trick or Treat week, Black Death starring Sean Bean and 13hrs with Harry Potter’s Tom Felton branching out into the horror genre.
With horror movies now starting to come out in force at the cinema and on DVD with this weeks lead up to Halloween, which out of these two will rank as the Trick or the Treat?
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 11:39 pm 11 comments
Labels: 13hrs, Black Death, Christopher Smith, Jonathon Glendening, Sean Bean, Tom Felton
Saturday, 23 October 2010
Trick or Treat Week: The Tortured VS The Human Centipede
The Tortured and The Human Centipede: First Sequence, both of which are complete torture porn, but which out of the two ranks as a Trick or a Treat?
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 10:42 pm 12 comments
Labels: Dieter Laser, Erika Christensen, Jessie Metcalfe, The Human Centipede, The Tortured 2010, Tom Six
Friday, 22 October 2010
Trick Or Treat Week: Frozen and Nightmare On Elm Street
‘Tis the season to be frightened falala laaaa la Rahhhh rahh raaah!
Halloween is just over a week away, and to celebrate it, I will be posting a horror movie review every day (except for Sunday24th) with my personal opinions on what are tricks or treats to watch this holiday season.
I begin with two recent releases on DVD, Frozen and Nightmare On Elm Street 2010.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 6:36 pm 11 comments
Labels: Emma Bell, Freddy Krueger, Frozen 2010, Jackie Earle Haley, Kevin Zegers, Kyle Gallner, Nightmare On Elm Street 2010, Ronney Mara, Shawn Ashmore
Tuesday, 19 October 2010
Scream 4 Trailer Sneak Peek
The Scream 4 trailer had its world premiere on Spike TV’s Scream awards over the weekend. The highly anticipated Sequel which is due out in April next year had the trailer leaked when people videoing the awards posted it online. Although not much can be seen but random shots with the movies main stars and what looks like Courtney Cox about to have a very bad day, the trailer has fuelled a buzz around what just might happen in the Sequel. To Watch the cast at the Scream Awards and to watch the trailer
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 1:58 am 19 comments
Labels: Scream 4 2011 Trailer
Monday, 18 October 2010
Action Franchises you can‘t get Enough of ? Die Hard 5, Lethal Weapon 5 & Expendables 2
The opposite can be said for Bruce Willis who seems to go from strength to strength as an action icon, the now 55 year old actor wants to do a further two Die Hard movies, and not only adding further sequels to a still popular franchise but even announcing his involvement in the inevitable Expendables sequel.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 12:24 am 21 comments
Labels: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Die Hard 5, Expendables 2, Lethal Weapon 5, Mel Gibson, Sylvester Stallone
Wednesday, 13 October 2010
Dark Knight Sequel Update: An Inception reunion on the cards? Tom Hardy Cast!
The Dark Knight Sequel is now most certainly gathering momentum, Deadline.com is reporting that Warner Brothers and Director Christopher Nolan have signed Tom Hardy for an unspecified role in the upcoming sequel.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 8:32 pm 11 comments
Tuesday, 12 October 2010
Spider-Man reboot......Emma Stone and Rhys Ifans CONFIRMED!
|Emma Stone Confirmed as Gwen Stacy|
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 12:05 am 16 comments
Labels: Andrew Garfield, Dr Octopus, Emma Stone, Green Goblin, Gwen Stacy, Rhys Ifans, Spiderman reboot, Vulture
Friday, 8 October 2010
Despicable Me - A not so Despicable feature!
So I finally let all the bats free out of my wallet in an attempt to cheer myself up with a combo of nachos with extra cheese sauce to keep myself occupied while my better half (beginning to wonder) enjoys something ‘he thinks’ I’ll love.
Do you know what’s worse than paying for a movie you never wanted to see in the first place? Having your partner saying ‘I told you so’ all the way home!
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 2:03 pm 25 comments
Labels: Animation, Despicable me, Dr Neferio, Gru, Julie Andrews, Movie 2010 news, Russell Brand, Steve Carrell, Universal
Tuesday, 5 October 2010
October Updates: Superman Reboot, Dark Knight Sequel and Scream 4!
Below are updates to my previous posts with new gossip on the Superman Reboot, the Dark Knight sequel and Scream 4
Superman: Man Of Steel
What was once expected to be Jonathan Nolan’s directional debut, the Superman movie reboot has Zack Snyder, director of Watchmen and 300, now confirmed as helming the project. He was Warner Brothers and Christopher Nolan’s (who is godfathering/producing the movie) top choice for the upcoming massively anticipated project and was originally attached to Superman Returns before Bryan Singer took over. Jonathan Nolan and David Goyer are writing the script to which Zack Snyder had apparently immediately fallen in love with.
Superman: Man Of Steel
|New Superman Director Zack Snyder|
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 5:00 pm 18 comments
Labels: Christopher Nolan, Courtney Cox, Dark Knight Sequel 2012, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Man Of Steel, Natlalie Portman, Scream 4 2011, Superman reboot 2012, Wes Craven, Zack Snyder, Zod
Sunday, 3 October 2010
The Town.....Affleck's return to form!
The Town, an adaptation of Chuck Hogan’s novel, has topped the U.S box office charts and becoming a huge success overseas. Rotten Tomatoes has given the movie a 95% positive rating, and critics are not only raving about its strong fast paced premise but also Affleck’s return to form.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 11:41 am 14 comments
Labels: 2010 Movie, Ben Affleck, Crime, Jeremy Renner, The Town, Thriller
Tuesday, 21 September 2010
Jeepers Creepers 3:Cathedral....Is the Creeper finally returning?
It has now been 7 years since Jeepers Creepers 2 and talks of a third instalment have been rumoured since JP2’s release in 2003.
Director and writer Victor Salva has assured fans that the movie was imminent since 2007, but with MGM being auctioned and script re-writes, the movie has been delayed time and time again.
So what is actually happening with this third instalment?
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 3:59 pm 29 comments
Monday, 13 September 2010
Superman - Christopher Nolan Reboot 2012
While fans are elated that Superman will be getting the ‘Dark Knight treatment’, the main question that surrounds the reboot is just who will now play the Man Of Steel?
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 7:08 pm 68 comments
Saturday, 11 September 2010
9/11 A day that we all will never forget….World Trade Centre and United 93
I found it fitting that today’s movie blog should be about the tragic events that happened 9 years ago today!
Like many of you, we will all remember the unbelievable and harrowing events of 9/11, most of us remembering exactly where we was when we heard the news and what we were doing at the time, and more importantly our thoughts will be with the people that lost their lives and the families and friends who suffer with the memory of today’s significance.
I blog today about two movies that I feel tells the story of that fateful day which also honers the memory of all involved, The World Trade Centre and United 93
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 7:14 pm 11 comments
Wednesday, 8 September 2010
Saw 3D….Game finally Over?
The Saw movies have become one of the most successful horror franchises of all time, and this year will see the 7th part and ’perhaps’ the final part of Jigsaws reign of terror coming to our cinema screens in the ‘mega-following’ of 3D format.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 5:24 pm 10 comments
Labels: 2010 Movie, Dr Lawrence Gordon, Saw 3D, Saw 7
Thursday, 26 August 2010
Expendables.....All Brawn and No Brains?
The Expendables has ranked number 1 in both UK and US box office charts this week. Stallones movie which has the biggest action cast ever assembled including Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger is proving to be a cash cow for movie goers this summer.
But is this action packed testosterone fest all Brawn and no Brains?
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 5:45 pm 6 comments
Labels: Action, Expendables, Movies, News, Stallone
Monday, 23 August 2010
Just when you thought it was safe to get back in your dingy!
Hollywood is in remake heaven lately, and 2010 seems to be getting its fair share.
Karate Kid, Nightmare on Elm street, The Crazies, and The Wolfman to name a few.
Piranha is the latest movie to get a reboot/remake, coming to you in what moviemakers just seem to love these days...3D!
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 12:03 am 6 comments
Thursday, 19 August 2010
Nolan's Third and FINAL Batman...The Dark Knight Sequel
Christopher Nolan will bring his final Batman outing to the big screen sometime in July 2012. Nolan, who has rebooted the Batman franchise after the mess Joel Schumacher made with it in 1997 (Batman & Robin), has stated that the Dark Knight sequel will finish off his vision of the iconic DC character in this third outing.
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 8:43 pm 10 comments
Scream 4....The cast are back and so is Ghostface!
It's been nearly a decade now since the Scream Movies have graced the big screen.
Die-hard Scream fans have been crying out for a further instalment for years, and now, what was only ever intended to be a trilogy is most definitely getting a fourth instalment which is even intended to kick off a brand new trilogy!
Posted by Dempsey Sanders at 1:59 am 14 comments
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