Brian Cox

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It’s no secret around my neck of the woods that I’m a rabidly-obsessive Middle Earth fanatic. So what’s the newest casting rumor to hit the interwebz? It seems Brian Cox just may be joining Bilbo Baggins on the quest to evict Smaug from the Lonely Mountain.

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Trick ‘r Treat has some good, albeit predictable, scares and is a fun way to get into the Halloween spirit.

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A school principle explores his dark side, a young girl seeks to lose her virginity, a group of children plan a macabre tribute to the town’s scariest myth, a hermit sits bitterly in his home, and a couple debate the merits of the rules of Halloween. How are these stories connected? Are they connected? Who the hell is that creepy little bastard in the burlap sack?

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Trick ‘r Treat is a film of various, entwined Halloween-related vignettes that unfold into one small town’s ultimate nightmare. This is the story of its trailer.

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In an exclusive interview FSR chats with Rupert Wyatt, director and co-writer of the prison escape drama The Escapist, now playing in limited release and on IFC Films On Demand.

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The Not So Great Escape

Foreign Objects travels the world of international cinema each week to look for films worth visiting. So renew your passport, get your shots, and brush up on the local age of legal consent, this week we’re heading to… the UK!

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Brian Cox delivers a strong performance in this low-budget revenge film, but it stumbles on production value.

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Brian Cox stars as a man who decides to escape from his life-long prison sentence to see his dying daughter one last time.

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Brian Cox stars as a man serving a life sentence who decides to break out to save the life of his beloved daughter.

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published: 11.21.2014
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