Reports are that Mathew Vaughn is the new Star Wars director.
Dolan's Cadillac - based on a fairly decent Stephen King short story and starring Christian Slater as Dolan. Updated to include things like computers and cell phones - so not strictly as written, so if absolute accuracy is a thing for you, maybe not up your alley - I found it woeful but watchable. Lol - woefully watchable. But then, I have a high tolerance for crap TV. Came off like a TV movie, which for all I know it could have been. 4/10
Watched The Campaign today. It was alright. Galifianakis is the true highlight here. A lot of unnecessary profanity in it, I thought. It had it's moments. Nice to see they dug up Dylan McDermott for a movie. Don't think I've seen him in an actual movie since some bad guys put a plastic bag over his head in that Clint Eastwood movie........whatchamacallit? I don't know.....
The Campaign - 6.5/10
The Devil Inside. I've had better watery shits.
Looking forward to catching this at some point. Dark humour, somewhat dry, is always a tick, tick, in my book. And it's from the long hotly tipped writer/directer Ben Wheatley, and executively produced by Edgar Wright. Yeah, I'll need to see this.
Caught up on a few films:
Sinister: Not a bad film at all, better than most of the horror dross you get these days. It took me a good 52 minutes into the film to work it out, longer than most of these films take to suss out. 2/5
Men in Black 3: It is what it is, pretty fun mindless couple of hours. 1.5/5
The Amazing Spiderman: I prefer this version of Peter Parker's alter ego to Maguire's but the Lizard was pretty awful.2.5/5
Resident Evil Retribution: I don't know which way round the bad influence went, the films to the games or the games to the films. I quite enjoyed the first two (for my sins) but they've given up now. 0.5/5
I don't know why but I've become addicted to watching the low rent films on the SyFy and Horror channels, that they show through the night.