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Tenet in Bondage – will blockbuster release dates in 2020 soon be hindsight?

The latest Bond film is currently titled No Time To Die, but that could all change yet. One replacement option is Dominoes Falling, because 007’s confirmed shift to 2021 could have a knock-on effect leaving this year bereft of big movie releases.

Sure, Fast 9 and Halloween Kills have already upped sticks and moved to next year. But, the acknowledgement that coronavirus has beaten Bond seems more significant.

The No Time To Die shift was confirmed end of last week. Yesterday came the news that Tenet is being postponed indefinitely.

Although they maintain Christopher Nolan’s latest will still see the inside of cinemas this year, Warner Bros. are wise not to fix a release date...

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FrightFest 2014 – A Vue To A Kill

FrightFest 2014 - poster detailA round-up of this year’s scare fair.

FrightFest was 15 years old this August Bank Holiday and the organisers celebrated in style, with over 60 features and 20 short films scaring the popcorn from the hands of thousands of baying horror fans.

But, while FrightFest was the one celebrating a birthday, it was actually the ticket buyers who got the tricks and treats.

Every film festival stands or falls on the quality of the movies available, horror in particular, but FrightFest consistently presents a meaty programme of fear flicks year after year for fans to feast upon.

2014 was no exception. Opening movie The Guest cast Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens as a mad war veteran you definitely wouldn’t want to take home to mum, and was a roof-raising crowd pleaser.

Closing the festival sixty-odd mo...

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