A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol in geek TV

Becky Lea Feature Dec 24, 2013

With help from Star Trek, Buffy, Quantum Leap, & more, Becky traces the influence of Dickens' A Christmas Carol on geek TV...

A Christmas Carol: the best and worst adaptations

Robert Keeling Odd List Dec 20, 2012

We delve back into more than a century of A Christmas Carol movies to find the best and worst adaptations of Dickens' festive tale...

Is performance capture as we know it dead?

Simon Brew News Mar 15, 2011

As Mars Needs Moms bombs, and Disney pulls out of the Yellow Submarine movie, is performance capture — as seen in the likes of A Christmas Carol and The Polar Express — on its way out?

Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol review

Simon Brew Review Dec 24, 2010

Steven Moffat takes Dickens' A Christmas Carol, and weaves it into a terrific Doctor Who Christmas special. Here's our spoiler-filled review...

A Christmas Carol Blu-ray review

Simon Brew Review Dec 17, 2010

Robert Zemeckis' take on A Christmas Carol arrives on a stunning-looking Blu-ray. But the film's worth a second glance, too...

Why we shouldn’t be afraid of fear

Simon Brew News Aug 24, 2010

Is fear, particularly in family movies, a bad thing, ponders Simon? And is injecting the right amount of fear into a film an increasingly lost art?

The James Clayton Column: Bah humbug, Batman!

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James Clayton News Dec 4, 2009

James has been considering the festive films that should only be watched in December. Is The Muppet Christmas Carol the best of all?

Weekend US box office report: 2012 destroys the theater

Ron Hogan News Nov 16, 2009

2012 smashes its way to the top of the box office, Precious jumps up while A Christmas Carol endures...

Weekend US box office report: Scrooge scores and the Christmas Carol sings

Ron Hogan News Nov 9, 2009

A Christmas Carol tops the box office, but it's not so good news for The Box and The Men Who Stare At Goats...

Roger Rabbit 2 to use performance capture technology?

Simon Brew News Nov 4, 2009

Will the Who Framed Roger Rabbit sequel see director Robert Zemeckis employing the technology he’s used on his last three films?