In the first edition of this feature, we look at what we know about the latest films to be released by the film industry.
This week’s film:The Last Exorcism (2014) The film follows a man who returns from the dead to an ordinary suburban town and starts investigating the mysterious disappearance of his daughter.
It is the story of a man’s search for the truth about his daughter’s death.
In an interview with The Times, director John Cassavetes said the film would tell a “re-imagining of the supernatural”.
It is about a man and a child who have been left to fend for themselves and each other in a strange, rural town.
It was the first film to be screened at Cannes, and the director says the film was filmed in his living room.
It stars Olivia Cooke, who will next star in a film based on the life of her mother.
This is not the first time a film has been screened in Cassavete’s living room, as he was a film festival attendee and was invited to attend the opening ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival in 2015.
The Last Exocet (2017) The director tells the story behind the release of a new version of The Last Witch Hunter.
It has a “tremendous emotional power”, says the director.
The film has a different look and feel to the original, which was the last film to have an American version.
It’s a film about a woman’s search and survival after being attacked by a monster.
The first film Cassavettes made in this vein was The Last Train to Paris, which he said was “the first film ever made that didn’t take itself seriously, but was genuinely funny”.
He tells The Times that the story was “a bit of a hit, with a really nice, friendly audience”.
The Last Ghost (2014)”It was very important to me that it was the film that really, really got the audience to think and reflect about how these stories are told,” says the filmmaker.
“And to have a film that was really a reflection of the human condition.
I think the message of that film was really important to the audience.”
He says the new film will “explore how we live in the modern world”.
The story is told by the actress Anna Kendrick, who also plays the daughter of the man in the original film.
In this version, she plays a woman who goes to work for a film company, but is suddenly abducted by a man, who claims to be her ghost.
He then takes her to his home.
She is reunited with her mother and the two find a way to get home safely.
The title of the film is a reference to a poem by the Irish writer Robert Burns, in which he wrote: “I saw a ghost and it was very nice.”