From the minds of the deranged geniuses who decided that Jane Austen and zombies would be a good mix comes Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, a film that re-imagines the 16th president of America as a guy who not only has the emancipation of slaves on his resume, but also moonlighted as a killer of bloodsuckers.

Check out our exclusive video chat (embedded below) with film director Timur Bekmambetov, leading man Benjamin Walker, arch villain Rufus Sewell and writer/producer Seth Grahame-Smithe - scribe of the original novel - as they talk about character origins, Tim Burton's influence on the work, and the process of shooting the film.

From the minds of the deranged geniuses who decided that Jane Austen and zombies would be a good mix comes Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, a film that re-imagines the 16th president of America as a guy who not only has the emancipation of slaves on his resume, but also moonlighted as a killer of bloodsuckers.

Check out our exclusive video chat with film director Timur Bekmambetov, leading man Benjamin Walker, arch villain Rufus Sewell and writer/producer Seth Grahame-Smithe- scribe of the original novel- to talk character origins, Tim Burton's influence on the work, and the process of shooting the film.
Transformers Mania Hits Town!
Are you ready for the first ever Transformers Cybertron Con in Southeast Asia?

Whether you're a recent convert to the series thanks to the Michael Bay films, or a long-time fan of the franchise, the Transformers Cyberton Con is expected to churn Transformers mania in Southeast Asia to a fever pitch. The first ever Transformers Cybertron Con in Southeast Asia is to be held at the Resorts World Convention Centre from 11-14 March 2012, and will feature a gamut of exhibits and activities to sate the appetites of everyone from neophytes to the most avid of fanatics.
Our friend at Twentieth Century Fox has just sent us this new featurette for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Tim Burton produced the film that was directed by Timur Bekmambetov (Night Watch, Wanted). The film stars Benjamin Walker, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Alan Tudyk, Anthony Mackie, Rufus Sewell, Erin Wasson, and Dominic Cooper. Hear what some of them have to say in the featurette below:
Planning to stay in this Valentine's evening, away from the throngs of four-legged lovey-dovey couples deadwalking the streets? How about getting in between the sheets with that special someone/s (hey, we don't judge) in the comfort of your nice warm bed with some true blue award-winning romantic movies?

Well, there are some classics and there are some tear jerkers here, but mind you, they're all Oscar Best Picture winners! Check them out below.
THE AWESOME TWOSOME
Director Alexander Payne and George Clooney share some laughs while discussing their new movie, The Descendants

George Clooney adds his magic touch to a movie again, with his new release, The Descendants. In it, he plays Matt King, whose wife is in a coma after a boating accident, leaving him with the somewhat difficult task of reconnecting with his two daughters.

The movie is directed by Alexander Payne, best known for his work on the brilliant Sideways. The movie is based on the book by the same name and also stars young actresses Shailene Woodley and Amara Miller.

Clooney and Payne tell us more about the movie and also reveal their personal views on each other, their friendship and death.
Based on Nicholas Sparks' bestselling novel, The Lucky One stars Zac Efron alongside Taylor Schilling and Blythe Danner. The romantic drama is directed by Academy AwardÂ
THE BIG PICTURE
- It takes more than just good actors to make a great movie. Join us as we talk to the various talents behind one of the most anticipated blockbusters this holiday season, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

Who's in this interview?

ROBERT DOWNEY JR (Sherlock Holmes),
NOOMI RAPACE (Sim),
JARED HARRIS (Moriarty),
GUY RITCHIE (Director),
JOEL SILVER (Producer),
LIONEL WIGRAM (Producer),
SUSAN DOWNEY (Producer),
MICHELE AND KIERAN MULRONEY (Screenwriters)
HANS ZIMMER (Composer)
5 Minutes With Michelle Chong
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Interview – Tom Felton

Draco No More
Tom Felton shares his thoughts about the end of the Harry Potter series and what he'll miss the most about it

How emotional was it seeing all these sets that you worked on for 10 years being destroyed?
Being destroyed in the context of the film, it was quite cool. I was okay with that. It was seeing the actual sets in that still empty state leaving. That was the sort of weird thing and thinking and wondering, ‘What's gonna happen to them?` I still sit here now and ponder what's happened to the great hall, whether it's still standing, and what's gonna happen to it. It's quite sad actually, when you got me thinking about it.
James Cameron on what leads him to convert his second biggest movie of all time into 3D. Check out the featurette after the jump...
Army Dazed
We probe into the dark recesses of Gilbert Chan`s mind to get an insight into his inspiration for making 23:59, his personal encounters with the supernatural, and his talent for scaring hapless army boys so badly that they weep uncontrollably in the toilet (No, we`re not making up that last bit!)

By Raphael Lim

The movie has some truly hair-raising scenes; did you have any similar experiences during NS to inspire you in thinking up the horror sequences?
Actually, strange experiences did happen to me when I was writing the script. There was once when I was writing late into the night, about 3 am. All of a sudden, I could hear furniture being dragged across the floor right above me. It was so loud that I stopped writing and went to sleep. The next day, I went upstairs to my neighbour to speak to them about the noise. This old Indian lady opened the door. She told me that only she and her husband were staying in the apartment and they slept really early. And it was impossible that they were shifting their furniture so late at night! My hair kind of stood when I heard that.

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Mortal Engines (2018) – Review

Recommended? If you want to see some of the best visual effects put on screen since Lord Of The Rings, yes. But the muddled plot never quite lives up to its promise. So be warned - you might be disappointed if you’re in it for the story.

Widows (2018) – Review

There's a lot about 'Widows' that's good, and quite a bit of it that doesn't work. But it's an interesting mess that's worth a look.