Martin McDonagh’s In Bruges was the perfect mix of gangster thriller and pitch black comedy, and the director’s re-team with Colin Farrell seems to be in very much the same vein. The last trailer for Seven Psychopaths was brilliant but lacked the edge of McDonagh’s features, will the red band version of the trailer provide it? Let’s take a look.
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Martin McDonagh, director of the brilliant In Bruges, returns later this year with Seven Psychopaths. It sees him re-team with Colin Farrell in a crazy tale of dognapping gone wrong. Also starring Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell, and Christopher Walken, the trailer is a blast. Check it out.
I have only just seen In Bruges. It was bloody brilliant. Yes, I know, it’s been out for years and, as a movie blogger, I should have seen ages ago but these things happen. Get over it. Anyway, Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive first look at In Bruges director Martin McDonagh’s latest film, Seven Psychopaths. Read more »
Ah, Valentine’s Day. The one day a year in which we get to celebrate love in all its forms, huff and puff loudly at the crass commercialisation of a martyred saint, or, you know, do the sex. Whatever your view, we can all agree it’s a great excuse to roll out silly feature, so The Shootening is taking a look at the greatest love of all - The bromance. We’ve all heard the saying – Bros before females (no sexist/misogynist language here, please), but what of those poor unfortunate types who know not what this love is? Well, don’t worry we have the top five examples neatly listed for you below.