Preview: Paydirt (2020)

Starring: Luke Goss (Hellboy II: The Golden Army),Val Kilmer (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang), Mike Hatton (Green Book), Mirtha Michelle (Fast & Furious) and introducing Mercedes Kilmer in her feature debut.

Hollywood heavyweights Luke Goss and Val Kilmer face off in a brand new rip-roaring, all-action heist thriller, PAYDIRT, which gets its UK Premiere this Summer courtesy of 101 Films and Octane Entertainment.

Read More »

LFCC – Val Kilmer

Ice Man and Batman all rolled into one as Val Kilmer was part of Top Gun and Batman Forever. He has had health battles with throat cancer and rarely makes public appearances. So for him to still attend this London Film & Comic Con event really was a very special occasion.

Other film credits include The Saint, Heat, The Ghost and the Darkness, Red Planet, At First Sight and so many more!

D505C9A9-BDA0-4EC3-9BDF-77E4DF679B26

London Film & Comic Con 2019 – Guest Update

6825932F-66B9-4588-A1A1-54BA115D8BB0

Since my announcement post back in March (here) I have spent a lot of time glued to the Showmasters forum and Twitter feed for any more announcement of guests that I would just love to meet and gaining understanding of how a Comic Con works. It does sound totally nuts at times but I am sure I can survive and work it all out!

I have now booked more photoshoots to go along with the Jason Momoa and I am now going on the Saturday as well!

Read More »

The 7 Batman Films

Batman has always been my favorite superhero/comic book based film series. The older ones and then Nolan’s reboot was exactly what I wanted to see. I cannot really explain where, when and why my love for Batman started but it did and still exists. I still love the older films and bought the DVD box set years ago. Yes I do have a soft spot for Batman Forever and even slightly for Batman & Robin – yes I do realise that people are going to judge me for that but I remember seeing that film at the cinema just before my 10th birthday and let’s face it I probably hadn’t seen anything like that at the time. I know now it is so cheesy and just not in the same league as the other films but I cannot help but remember what it was like watching it for the first time in the cinema, it was exciting. I saw Batman Begins in the cinema on its release and the same with The Dark Knight, which I then saw another two times making that my record of three times for a film at the cinema. The Dark Knight Rises I attended a 5 am screening and will be heading back to the cinema this afternoon for a second viewing. It’s not only Batman that I find myself loving but the villains are always so interesting and brilliant as well. The actors who have been in the films always seem to be spot on with it and create something really special to watch from start to finish.

Read More »