Did you enjoy Stephen King’s novel The Shining? How about Stanley Kubrick’s film? Did you like it so much you got the word
IKEA Singapore have struck again! Yes, the people that brought us this brilliant spoof Apple advert for 'the BookBook' have
This week sees the release of the most hotly-anticipated book for years: The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah. The new novel is the first to feature world-renowned Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot since the death of original creator Agatha Christie. Little is known about the upcoming novel apart from its setting: the mysterious Bloxham Hotel. And so to celebrate, trivago.co.uk has compiled a list of the most iconic fictional hotels.
As Stanley Kubrick's classic The Shining tells us "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" and this still rings true today; employees that spend too much time at work will find their social lives suffer.
Perhaps now more than ever, with cinema ticket prices at astronomic highs, trailers are of increasing importance. For most people, a trailer will be the first impression one gets from a movie... A trailer shouldn't stand outside in its Y-fronts in broad daylight, swinging the script over its head and screaming the ending at the top of its lungs.
A Manhattan court stenographer was fired after reportedly typing: “I hate my job, I hate my job” instead of recording criminal
Have you ever wondered what happened to those super scary twins from 'The Shining'? Well, 34 years after the film's release
As the nights draw in and a post work run becomes even less appealing, it got us wondering about the alternative ways to get our pulses racing? We've all heard the expression my "heart skipped a beat", but how does horror actually affect our heart rates?