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     Here’s a little something to get you in the mood for Bill Condon’s Beauty & The Beast with Emma Watson.

     If you haven’t seen Cocteau’s classic yet, well, you really should so just click to view the trailer.

     

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     Updated 13/05/2015

     You will find lots of links to forgotten favourites right here at Lily’s Arcade of Arts & Arcana 😉

     

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     Updated 26/02/2015

     There’s always lots of Scary Faerie at Lily Wight 🙂

     

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     NBC’s Constantine TV show is set to air on 24th October with Matt Ryan in the lead role so there’s plenty of time to familiarise yourself with Vertigo’s paranormal PI.

     Grubby, British, sociopolitical and astute, Constantine’s adventures will appeal to those who want smarts with their supernatural.

     There are bigger, more epic story arcs than the standalones in this graphic novel collection but time in Constantine’s company is always well spent.

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     Did you know that cute baby bats are actually known as pups?  What a blog, eh?  Informative AND adorable!

     Pop back next month for a brand new and totally gratuitous gif 🙂

Cute Baby Bat Gif

 

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     Updated 20/05/2014

     It has two long years since Lily Wight brought you the very first images from Disney’s live action adaptation of Sleeping Beauty featuring Angelina Jolie as Maleficent, the baddest fairy of them all.

     Maleficent is due for release in UK cinemas on 28th May.  Here is the latest trailer and a peek behind the scenes while you wait…

     Click here for more new on set pictures 🙂

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     Give him a break, it’s tricky to walk in new shoes…

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     Quirky, surreal, handmade, steampunkish, road trip love story.  Trailer contains gratuitous use of the word “p*nis”.

More Movies You Might Have Missed 🙂

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     Yep, you really do get a Gratuitous Gif every single month…

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More unmissable gifs from Lily Wight 🙂

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     Directed by Paul Leeson Taylor in association with FLUXOne20 for South Yorkshire Police, UK.  Featuring young actors from Hull, City of Culture 2017.

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     The perfect response for just about everything…

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     A zombie film, but not as you know it…

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     The year’s best blog posts were selected by the readers of Lily Wight ~ The Arcade of Arts & Arcana.

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12/12/2013 TOP BLOG POST!

      If you checked-in for yesterday’s post you will already know that Sherlock Holmes is Dracula’s only significant rival when it comes to literary characters with the most big and small screen adaptations to their credit.

     An alternative world mash-up featuring Robert Downey Jr.’s movie detective versus the BBC’s Benedict Cumberbatch (with an army of self-styled “Cumberbabes” in tow) would be quite a spectacle.  In the meantime I’m recommending the Stephen Spielberg produced Young Sherlock Holmes as the perfect accompaniment for a Father’s Day afternoon nap.

     The arcane and occult plot-stylings undoubtedly influenced Guy Ritchie’s Twenty-First Century Holmes reboot and (although plaudits go elsewhere) Young Sherlock Holmes is a film that utilised groundbreaking CGI effects; just check-out the stained glass knight in one of the movie’s many not-so-family-friendly moments!

     Indiana Jones meets Gothic Victoriana…

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     Perhaps you missed The Mist?  Frank Darabont works his magic on another Stephen King novel with a couple of appearances from The Walking Dead cast.  A new 10 part TV series based on The Mist has just been announced so catch-up now.  It’s more than worth a watch for that ending…

     There’s a great movie you might have missed every month at Lily Wight ~ The Arcade of Arts & Arcana!

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     We are spoiling you for Middle-earth month with not just one but four hilarious gifs showcasing the acting prowess of Orlando Bloom as Elf Prince Legolas Greenleaf.

     Please feel free to enjoy them indefinitely 🙂

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     This month’s must see movie has a rather tenuous Middle-earth link and an intriguing take on fantasy and the nature of storytelling.  It also stars Lee Pace, an actor who has hovered on the brink of stardom for too long and may well steal Orlando Bloom’s “Hottest Elf” crown with his darkly enigmatic portrayal of Legolas’ father, King Thranduil of Mirkwood.

     There is still time to catch The Fall before the release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.  If you enjoy the trailer then watch the full movie right here!

More Movies You Might Have Missed

Immortal

Fear[s] of The Dark

Lotte Reineger’s Fairy Tale Films

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     Who needs a dose of cute and fluffy when there are gifs this good which also explain why current reports of vampire attacks have dwindled to… well, nothing.

     According to ancient folklore counting seeds or grains of rice was sure to keep vampires busy until morning however, since we installed domestic electricity, they are obsessed with light switches instead.  So next time you wake up in the middle of the night and notice you’ve left a light on somewhere just remember… it might not have been you.

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Next Post 22/10/13 (18.00 BST) ~ Brand new vampire art for the Gallery.

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     It is only the snow and not the vampires that glitter in this must-see Scandinavian horror gem.  No, we’re not talking about Let The Right One In – the thinking vamp-groupie’s vamp movie – but Anders Banke’s Frostbite (2006) known intermittently as Frostbitten (and Frostbiten in Swedish) just to add a little confusion.

     This is what happens when you drop old school scary bloodsuckers into a town of restless youths enduring 24/7 darkness.  Check out the trailer and line-up a full viewing for Halloween.

There’s a great movie you might have missed every month at Lily Wight ~ The Arcade of Arts & Arcana.

Next Post 10/10/13 (18.00 BST) ~ Discover the best vampire novel in three decades!

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     Alan Cumming, Carrie Fisher, that kid from E.T. and David Boreanaz in lady-pants!!!!  And you haven’t seen it!!??!!

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     No questions, no comments, just…  sloth.

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     It’s French, its animated and it’s black and white.  The unforgettable Fear(s) Of The Dark (2007) is also this month’s Movie You Might Have Missed…

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     The Death Note franchise started out as a Japanese manga series in 2003 and has since evolved into an anime TV show and a trilogy of live-action movies inspiring soundtrack albums, video games and spin-off novels.

     Director Shane Black, adored once more after the success of Iron Man 3, is still hoping to direct an english language version of this beloved cult supernatural thriller.  In the meantime you can watch the first live-action installment right here right now – prepare to become a fan…

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     Post updated 16/07/2013

     Here is a magical little something for fans of Once Upon A Time and Grimm.

     Do you remember The 10th Kingdom…

     

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     Is it gif time already?

     There is a eye-meltingly cute gif every month at Lily Wight ~ The Arcade Of Arts & Arcana, just search through the archives for more…

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     If you were vaguely curious about what Hayden Christensen might have been up to since Star Wars then look no further.

     This gloriously raunchy and surprisingly starry romp is based upon The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio so it’s literary too!

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