After debuting the first poster on the 4th of July, Walt Disney Pictures has again chosen a significant day (Friday the 13th) to premiere the first teaser trailer of director Sam Raimi's Oz The Great And Powerful, which will hit Singapore theatres March 7, 2013. The fantasy adventure stars James Franco as a small-time magician, Oscar Diggs; and Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams as witches. Watch the trailer below.
This image has surfaced on the internet claiming to be the new international poster for Marvel's The Avengers. It looks fan-made and is probably not something to shout about, but how else would you want the poster to be without sacrificing all the superheroes' stance? It remains to be seen if Captain America's lion share of the precious space equates to more screen time. Job's done though to remind us of their impending arrival...

Awards season is truly under way... and it's proving to be a very interesting year. The Golden Globes - a.k.a. Oscar's cooler, hipper, slightly more random younger brother - just crowned their winners for the year. It's a fun, eclectic list, one that confirms some of the front-runners (especially in the acting races), but which threw wide open the field for Best Picture... namely by throwing a whole lot of love in the direction of a film that the Oscars basically shut out of the running. Oops! Read on for our thoughts and the full list of results from this year's Golden Globe awards...

You would have seen the first trailer here or in cinemas a while back. Now the folks at Sony Pictures have released another version along with a couple of new posters to remind us of the existence of some very cool and unusual foreign subjects. Did we see asian ones too? And from the looks of the three posters, Will Smith's definitely fronting the franchise this time round. Check out the trailer after the jump.

We really wanted to say more about this movie. But, the synopsis says it all - Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D is a backstage pass, front row seat and intimate look at the fun, glamorous, heartbreaking, inspiring, crazy, magical, passionate, and honest mad diary of Katy. You can, erm, peep into the diary come 23 August.
In 2015, there are plenty of treats lined up for moviegoers looking to celebrate Singapore's Jubilee year of independence. Add 'Hitman: Agent 47' to that list, because Singapore's cityscape plays a starring role in the upcoming action thriller.

What exactly, you might ask, is a 'Zone Pro Site'? The rather bizarre English title of the latest movie that has taken the Taiwanese box office by storm is actually an approximation of its Mandarin one: æ€

Walt Disney Pictures` magical animated classic Beauty and the Beast returns to the big screen in Disney Digital 3Dâ"
It never fails to get our attention when it comes to Tim Burton. We love his gothic sets, his dark humour, his style, etc. We simply love and worship this guy. Even if he's just producing this, we believe his vision will rub off director Timur Bekmambetov the right way. Check out the trailer below and tell us what you think.

V/H/S – New Trailer

To be honest, we wouldn't have paid much attention to this film if not for the eye-catching poster. Living up to it's title, V/H/S is about a bunch of misfits hired to steal a rare VHS tape but discover more found footage than they bargained for. And from the looks of the trailer, we crown this film the king of found footage, given the stacks of source material - read shaky-camera galore. Nauseous yet?
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Swing Kids (스잉키즈) (2018) – Review

The Low-Down: Swing Kids is South Korean hitmaker Kang Hyeong-cheol’s new film set during the 1950s...

Captain Marvel’s Stars Coming To Singapore This February!

Yes! Brie Larson (who plays the titular Captain Marvel), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Gemma Chan...

Escape Room (2019) – Review

The Low-Down: What happens when an escape room game’s stakes involve death? That’s the central premise...

Second Act (2018) – Review

The Low-Down: Pop diva Jennifer Lopez plays Maya, a 40-year-old assistant sales manager of a Value...

Default (국가부도의 날) (2018) – Review

The Low-Down: Default is the first South Korean film to depict the true events of the...