Thursday, 28 November 2013

2014 Movie and TV Preview

The latest issue of Starburst Magazine has recently hit shelves and you can order it directly from Starburst here.This month is mostly about a preview of horror, fantasy and science fiction films that are on their way in 2014. I contributed short pieces on lots of the films you can expect to see next year. It might not be quite as exciting as the ridiculously stuffed 2015 slate but 2014 still has many surprises in store and plenty of reasons to get excited. Here are the ones I wrote about for Starburst. Check out the magazine for full details and more:



[REC] 4: Apocalypse which you can expect to reanimate the seriously scary franchise.


Seventh Son:  Will it become a huge (13 books!) franchise or falter at the first hurdle?



Maggie: Arnie plays a father who must over see his daughter's slow transformation into a zombie


Hot Tub Time Machine 2:  John Cusack jumps out of the tub for the sequel with Adam Scott instead dipping a toe in


Pompeii: A disaster movie of Titanic proportions with Game of Thrones' Kit Harrington and his ridiculous abs.


Transformers:: Age of Extinction Mark Wahlberg and others have signed up for a three picture deal suggesting Age of Extinction is definitely not going to be the end of this franchise.


Divergent: Just in case The Hunger Games isn't enough dystopian future teen rebellion for you, why not try Divergent?


Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1: Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2 will be released a year apart with the first hitting in 2014.


These are only the tip (or bottom) of the iceberg so pick up a copy of Starburst today for more on what will be filling screens in 2014. Other potential highlights include:

Robocop, Noah, Game of Thrones Season 4, Godzilla, Edge of Tomorrow, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Maze Runner, The Walking Dead Season 5, Interstellar, The Hobbit: There and Back Again, The Green Inferno, Tusk and Wolf Creek 2.  

What are you most excited to see in 2014?