1408
2007, The Weinstein Company, 104 min, USA, Dir: Mikael Håfström

Based on a Stephen King short story, this hit horror thriller stars John Cusack as a writer who specializes in debunking accounts of the paranormal. When he gets an anonymous tip that Room 1408 in New York City’s Dolphin hotel is haunted, he insists on checking in - despite hotel manager Samuel L. Jackson’s warning that he may not live to check out. With Mary McCormack and Tony Shalhoub.


STARDUST
2007, Paramount, 127 min, Dir: Matthew Vaughn

This enchanting adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel is one to put alongside THE PRINCESS BRIDE as a fantasy classic. To prove his love, Tristan Thorn (Charlie Cox) travels through a portal from his English village to the magical kingdom of Stormhold to retrieve a falling star. He discovers that the star has taken the form of the beautiful Yvaine (Claire Danes) – who is being pursued by a trio of witches and the heirs to the Stormhold throne. Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Peter O’Toole and others provide top-notch support.


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