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Chelsey Burdon

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A movie lover like no other Chelsey has the likes of Hobo With a Shotgun sitting side by side with Hitchcock, Survival of the Dead next to Shakespeare. Of course she has a soft spot for horror and has been consuming all manner of the blood-thirsty and undead for as long as she can remember but also appreciates every aspect of global movie-making. Just don't get her started on Michael Bay- or Nicolas Cage......

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Resident Evil: Retribution Preview - Is There Still Life in This Franchise?

Has the series already gone one film too far? And what is with all the dead dudes turning up to fight?…
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10 Foreign Language Horrors That You Must See

From vampires to zombies to ghosts and the most sadistic of slashers...
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Rec3 Gets Horror Hounds Hyped!

Rec3 Genesis plays at Frightfest this year on Friday the 24th of August.
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Love Gets Savage in Oliver Stone's Latest Thriller

Causing a series of high octane bleeps on the radar this week is Oliver Stone's new thriller Savages.…
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Seth MacFarlane's First Film Ted - Will We Love it or Hate it?

This week for the "Hype" column, I'm going to be putting Seth MacFarlane under the microscope with his first feature length movie Ted in which he lends his vocal talents to a 2-foot talking teddy bear that is anything but sweet and cuddly.…
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The Amazing Spider-Man Marketing Hype - "Be Amazing"

In this week's installment of "hype" I'm looking at the excitement surrounding the July 3rd arrival of everyones favourite web-slinger.…
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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Hype - History Meets Vampires Meets Superhero

Only time will tell if audiences will be attracted to one of the most bonkers high-budget tentpoles in history. …
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Lovely Molly - Analysis of Marketing & Hype

Welcome to Hype, a new weekly column where I give my two cents worth on movie marketing hype.
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The Artist & Its Post-Oscar Legacy

After the hubbub of its Oscar win has died down, once Hazanavicius is back at home polishing his trophies- what then for the legacy of The Artist?…