Kabir Khan’s pacy film about an army officer sent to flush out the killers of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks is a reckless yet revealing piece of pulp fictionJust as 9/11 gave rise, after an appropriate mourning period, to a decade of soul- and cave-searching in American cinema, so the spectre of the 26/11 attacks on Mumbai in 2008 seems likely to hover over Indian cinema for the foreseeable future.
Hush - here comes another boogiemanA couple of years ago Nicolas Cage was on the desperate search for his disappeared daughter in Simon West's Stolen. Now, it's his son that's gone missing in rather different circumstances, in Uli Edel's horror Pay The Ghost. See how he copes in the new trailer.
Jack Black battles a beginning, a middle and a twistBarely a month after the first trailer, Sony have scared up another selection of Goosebumps scenes to scare you silly. Jack Black stars as the legendary-but-mysterious author R. L. Stine, who has some shiversome secrets locked in his library. A 1990s publishing phenomenon that's still going strong, Goosebumps is an enormous series of kids' horror novels by the prolific Stine (who, unusually for these things, is a real author and not a pseudonym for a franchise collective).