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Episode 15: The Snowman, Home Again, Geostorm, The Son Of Bigfoot, The Limehouse Golem, Big Time
Charlie, Jess, Daniel and Jake discuss the week's films, ask whether modern trailers are spoiling new films, and look at the next phase of cinema that’s just been unveiled in Korea.
Reviews
The Snowman
Home Again
Geostorm
The Limehouse Golem

Trailers
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
The New Mutants
▸ Newness

News
▸ Amidst all the excitement over the trailer for ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’, Daniel was pretty hesitant to actually watch it, partly because the film itself is just around the corner, but mostly because the art of the film trailer has slipped so drastically that many films are ultimately ruined by trailers that insist on revealing too much. ABC Australia’s Paul Verhoeven wrote about the validity of trailers as a marketing tool for major films like ‘The Last Jedi’, and the degree to which they spoil the plot of the impending film. It’s a double-edged sword though, with some blaming the devastating failure of ‘Blade Runner 2049’ at the box office for the ambiguity of a trailer campaign that didn’t reveal enough. So are trailers still something to get excited about, or have they become something to fear?
▸ The cinema landscape has once again taken a step toward the future, with Samsung unveiling the first ever commercial cinema LED screen in Korea. At nearly 10.3 metres wide, it “accommodates a variety of theatre configurations while ensuring superior levels of technical performance, reliability and quality.” With the lines between television and cinema blurring more and more with time, is this simply the next step in the inevitable evolution of them becoming one in the same, and how will film purists feel about watching future projects on what is essentially a giant TV screen?

Comps
Win one of five copies of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ on Blu-ray
Win one of five double passes to the Cunard British Film Festival
Win one of five copies of ‘Cult Of Chucky’ on Blu-ray
Win one of ten double passes to see ‘Ingrid Goes West’ in cinemas

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Next week's episode
▸ Reviews for ‘Brigsby Bear’, ‘Ingrid Goes West’ and ‘Thor: Ragnarok’
▸ We share our favourite Halloween films
Episode 14: The Mountain Between Us, This Beautiful Fantastic, Good Time, Tom Of Finland, Blue, The Only Living Boy In New York, The Foreigner, What If It Works?, Yerma
Episode 16: Thor: Ragnarok, Suburbicon, The Midwife, Brigsby Bear, The Untamed, Ingrid Goes West
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