Recently, we have been doing some thinking about remakes. Mulan is of course a go-to in the current times, but reboots in general really.
A lot of remakes can be made prematurely, or perhaps be long overdue, but even sometimes they can be made out of nowhere, and never really needed. So, with that in mind, we wanted to write down our own “rules of a remake”…
With streaming services galore and DVDs becoming a thing of the past, it’s important to make the right decision when adding to your collection.
Each month, we look at what movies deserve a space on your home-cinema shrine… (commonly known as a DVD shelf).
Here’s five films that we think have potential to be bought in a shop near you…
By Adam Ray Palmer
*This is a monthly newspaper column
CINEMAS ARE OPEN. Well, ish. And certainly not as we know it. But at least it’s a step in the right direction!
For my August 2020 column, I bring you four film that are being released this month across the globe. We have some big budget blockbusters and a little gem from across the pond in South Korea. Let’s get into it…
What a weird time these past few months have been, but hopefully some normality is coming back slowly!
In these features, we will detail what’s coming up on Netflix (and other little screens!) that you should definitely catch a glimpse of!
Here’s five films/TV series that we think deserve your attention…
When a new movie is upon us all, what’s the first thing we do? Check IMDB for any updates, then probably watch the trailer, and then perhaps even check alternative posters… well we do!
In this feature, we want to shine a light on the artists who create those complementary artworks for the production companies. In episode #4, we have a stellar foursome for you…
By Adam Ray Palmer
The golden oldie feature continues on Cineroom! Yes, it’s the revisit of the classic ‘Acquire, Hire of Fire’ feature – but this time with me!
How does it work I hear you ask? Well, if you Acquire a film, it means you love it. If you ‘Hire’ a film, it makes you like and would rent again; and of course, if you ‘Fire’ a film, you probably hate it.
I decided to choose the topic this time, so here is the ‘Emma Stone’ edition…
Reporting live (well, not quite) to you from Cineroom HQ, we have the latest reaction to the big news stories over the past 30 days.
As always, we will present you with the facts, and then our take on them. We may have guest reporters every now and then – so look out for opportunities!
This just in… here’s news story number one…
Each month, we want to do a mini giveaway for all our readers and followers to reward your loyalty. And as a film website, how about a few DVDs?
Every four to five weeks, look out for posts on our socials for the latest bundles to win… all you have to do is the following…
Our title doesn’t lie. In this feature each month, we round up the five best trailers from the past few weeks, so you don’t have to.
The trailers could quite simply be for any movie, all we know is, it’s certainly five of the best!
Buckle up, clear your diary… this is the best 10 minutes of your month…
This day and age, there’s a lot to consider when spending a hard-earned tenner. Maybe three meal deals? Maybe some cigarettes? Or perhaps a crafty cinema ticket?
Sometimes it’s hard to justify a standard cinema trip for a whole family at forty-odd pounds when you can get a brand-new, replay-able DVD for a quarter of that. So, in a nutshell, when we spend our cash at the cinema, where does our money go?