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Hammer is one of the iconic film studios, known throughout the world. Its films elevated the likes of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing into the stratosphere. Unfortunately they closed in the 80s, banishing British horror to a limbo like state, with only films like 28 days later and long time dead escaping the void. But like a phoenix rising from the ashes of the old, hammer studios returned a few years ago. It may have fulfilled the wishes of the horror community, but those well wishes haven’t been satisfied as of yet. All that we have seen from the rejuvenated icon is a remake of a Swedish film and a limp Hilary Swank vehicle. But now the studio has finally got its act together and has released a film that is true to its legacy. That film is Wake wood.
The Adjustment Bureau is a new science fiction film in the mould of Inception, that’s light on the science and
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The Chauvet Cave was discovered in 1994. A group of scientists found an entrance to a cave blocked for centuries.
Hall Pass is a comedy about two grown men who are given a week off of their marriage to pursue other
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