When some shitty Elliot Gould movie nearly bankrupted them in 1979, Hammer pretty much stopped making movies. Seriously, who casts Elliot Gould in anything?
Flash forward to about 2007, and Hammer Films seems to be back to making movies again. Since then they've given us a remake of Let Me In, The Resident, Wake Wood, and another remake, this one of The Woman in Black.
|Let's not forget that Hammer used some of the hottest girls in the world in their movies too.|
|"Enough with the Harry Potter jokes already!"|
Daniel Radcliffe can definitely act beyond the realm of all things Harry Potter; he's proven that onstage with with 2007's Eqqus and on film in December Boys, and does so again again here. It's hard not to see a bit of Harry Potter when you look at the kid, because that role was so iconic and endearing to the entire world, but he moves your mind right past all of that with his acting ability. Now he just needs to play a ruthless killer of some sort, and all will be well.
It's always a good thing to see Ciaran Hinds on screen too; that guy plays it intense even when he's not playing a ruthless killer, or some other sort of bad-ass.
|Daniel Radcliffe always does what's axed of him...|
*SPOILER ALERT!* Why would you let his hand go, and especially in a train station? You suck as a father.
|Also, children committing group suicide is pretty disturbing.|
Harry Potter's all growed up and has 'im a kid, which means he got laid. How quickly our innocence is taken from us!
|Go in there? Not on your life.|
Hermione misses you, Harry Potter, and she's all grown up now too. Maybe look her up and cast some peen-guardium vaginosa on her or something...
|She's 21 now, so I don't wanna hear it!|