Posts Tagged ‘Alexander Skarsgård’

Review: The Hummingbird Project

— by RON WILKINSON — A fiber optic data transmission line from Kansas to New York would allow the transmission and execution of millions of securities orders a millisecond faster than everybody else. Not a big time difference, about the time of one cycle of a hummingbird’s wing. But en[...]

Trailer: Disconnect

— by ADAM POYNTER — The fact that you are reading this means that you are relying on technology — either by Smartphone, computer or tablet, you are dependent on the internet for information or social connections. Whether you want to admit it or not, the internet has changed the way[...]

Cameras Roll on Hidden

Principal photography is underway in Vancouver on Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Hidden,” starring Alexander Skarsgârd (TV’s “True Blood”) and Andrea Riseborough (“Shadow Dancer”). Ray (Skarsgârd), Claire (Riseborough) and their seven-year-old daughter, Zoe[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘13’

— by JESSICA MORALES — “13” is based on the Swedish movie “13 Tzameti” and like its predecessor, it too has all the makings of a great action packed thriller. Think “Dirty Dozen” meets “Ocean 11.” It’s the kind of movie that is sure to keep your heart pumping as you wai[...]

Two Clips from ‘Straw Dogs’

— by CHERRY BELL DAMASCO-FARRINGTON — We’ve seen James Marsden and Kate Bosworth together before in another remake/attempt at a reboot of a franchise (“Superman Returns”) and they have teamed up once again for the remake of a 1971 psychological thriller that starred Dus[...]

Four Clips from ‘Melancholia’

— by ADAM POYNTER — “Melancholia” is a new film by director Lars von Trier, and for anybody familiar with his work (such as “Antichrist”), then you know his new work will be anything but ordinary and bland. With such a unique way of showing emotion in his films th[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Straw Dogs’

— by ALLISON HIGGINBOTHAM — When the “Straw Dogs” remake was first announced, there were a lot of mutterings about how unnecessary such a remake would be. The original “Straw Dogs,” after all, was a great film that explored ideas of masculinity, violence and nationality (for lack[...]