Released: 07/12/2012 Released in Key CitiesThere are only thee rules. No water, no bright lights and do not feed after midnight. This 80s horror-comedy classic is back for the holidays, and we’re excited. This childhood staple, which may not be as age-appropriate as you recall, is a must-see. You’ll never look at a furby the same way again. For more information visit: http://www.parkcircus.com/in_cinemas/upcoming_releases/517_gremlins Buy: http://www.cineworld.co.uk/whatson/5760?tif Watch:
Evening Standard“Here’s a re-issue to make modern-day Scrooges smile...” Racist paranoia. Economic depression. A scary mansion with cats. And, to top it all, the deputy sheriff is played by Jonathan Banks, now more famous as Breaking Bad’s grumpy gangster, Mike...
The Telegraph“A welcome reissue...” ...of the 1984 creature feature in which a Capra-esque idyll is besieged by ravening beasties....
The Independent“Here’s a re-issue to make modern-day Scrooges smile...” Racist paranoia. Economic depression. A scary mansion with cats. And, to top it all, the deputy sheriff is played by Jonathan Banks, now more famous as Breaking Bad’s grumpy gangster, Mike...
The Observer“The final message.. is perhaps even more arresting today... ” This postmodern, endlessly referential, utterly ruthless film is an ingenious, delightfully scary fairytale horror flick in which the gift of a lovable creature by an eccentric inventor to his son (Zach Galligan) leads to panic in the streets...
Guardian“Even more arresting today...” At the time, some cultural observers thought it a reactionary work, invoking US paranoia. It struck me as preaching a lesson in moral and social conduct, warning against dealing irresponsibly with dangerous matters, whether sexual or nuclear...
Radio Times“Wonderfully anarchic...” There's no doubt whose side director Joe Dante is on and he gleefully trashes the view of small-town America portrayed by feel-good movies such as It's a Wonderful Life...
Little White Lies“An extraordinarily entertaining and scathingly critical genre film...” That razor-sharp subtext and social awareness lies beneath a smart, sassy and at times brutal horror-comedy is a testament to Dante’s skill at slyly meshing substantial thematic heft and witty, engaging storytelling...
Empire“Hilariously overblown comedy horror...” Critters-run-amok-in-snowbound-Spielberg-suburbia satire that takes the Christmas milieu of It’s A Wonderful Life and splatters it with cartoony carnage, anarchic comedy and a stripe of gleeful subversion a mile wide...
Total Film “An antidote to small-town Americana and Yuletide sentimentality...” It’s a treat for movie buffs, Dante peppering it with filmmaker cameos, cartoonish slapstick and satirical swipes at Hollywood classics from yesteryear...
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