Stephen McMorland is a fan of the weird, the imaginative and the different. A roleplayer for nearly twenty years, I tend to see myself as a storyteller. A story, well-told with passion, conviction and intelligence draws me more than a cookie-cut piece of pap.
I prefer films which tend to go outside of the box, particularly fond of foreign films and independent cinema, such as Baghdad Cafe and Paris, Texas.
The best film ever made is Wings Of Desire - the perfect film, in my opinion.
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Jim Carrey agrees to say 'Yes' to everything for 12 months.
A parody of the superhero genre.
A young prince is caught up in a titanic struggle of sorcerers.
Adrift in a Technicolor future, a dying vampire struggles to protect a human child
A 17th century band of swordsmen defend villagers from murderous gang
Futuristic sci-fi post-animated superagent is acrobatic in her desire to save paradise from reactionary forces.
The grooming of the most famous geisha in Japan.
High school fatty becomes slim womanising record exec in role reversal comedy, with hot girls vs hometown sweetheart.
The continuing story of the beautiful spy and her lovable, detestable, sexy and deceitful friends.
Pretty In Pink meets everything else.
22 Feb 2008