Review: SWISS FILM MUSIC ANTHOLOGY Has Arrived And It's Glorious

A few days ago at Les Journées de Soleure (a festival dedicated to Swiss cinema), SUISA Foundation unveiled an important anthology that fills a huge gap in the panorama of Swiss artistic achievements. Collaborating with the Swiss Film Archive and... More »
  

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR: Daniel Brühl Cast As Villain Baron Zemo

Well. This turned out to be a good day if you are a fan of Marvel villains. Earlier today it was announced that David Tennant has been cast as Zebediah Killgrave in Netflix's Jessica Jones. At the same time the... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

TURBO KID: The First Teaser Trailer Shows A Grim Future In 1997

A cult classic in the waiting, Turbo Kid, from the film collective RKSS is only hours away from its World Premiere at Sundance. Earlier this week we got our first look in a funny and gory clip. And thanks to Deadline... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Ruben Östlund Interview: In Case Of No Emergency

Recently, L.A.'s Cinefamily held a public broadcasting of the Golden Globes featuring Doug Benson and other piss-takers, wisecracking throughout the event a la Mystery Science Theater. The afternoon was full of laughs and genuine collective enthusiasm for the films... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

Pleas Fest 2015: Celebrating The Films Of Donald Pleasence

The Nottingham, UK, based Kino Klubb is working together with Cinema Diabolique partners Kneel Before Zod and Watergate Cinematek to celebrate the work of character actor Donald Pleasence. Pleas Fest 2015 is a one-day event devoted to his work and will... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Slamdance 2015 Review: BIRDS OF NEPTUNE, Of Malady And Mysticism

Cinema has a way of acting like an echo chamber. it locks us into a space where we are asked to face up to ourselves through the guise of others: Our own doubts, and fears projected on the screen, looking... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Fox Wants To Make An X-MEN Live-Action Television Series

What was I just saying about Marvel dominating everything you ever watch again? Fox Entertainment is reportedly talking with Marvel Entertainment about bringing its X-Men franchise to the small screen. According to the report over at TVInsider this is only in the... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Sundance 2015 Review: LAST DAYS IN THE DESERT And The Closeness Of The Great Divide

Director Rodrigo García's minimalist Christ-centered parable on fathers and sons pivots the holy man as everyman and observer. It's an approach that feels of merit: one that ultimately doesn't see earth-bound humanity and a more intangible sense of spirituality as... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

David Tennant Will Villain It Up In Marvel And Netflix's JESSICA JONES

As Marvel Entertainment and Netflix jostle to dominate everything you will ever watch again there is some good news for you Whovians. THR is reporting that David Tennant, the tenth doctor from Doctor Who, will play the villain Zebediah Killgrave,... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Sundance 2015 Review: THE END OF THE TOUR Beautifully Explores Our Creative Intellects

Can you call it a bromance if there is no comedic intent? If not, then what's the best way to label a burgeoning platonic relationship between two men connecting over previously unexplored similarities and interests? Maybe it's just friendship, relationship,... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   
  

Review: Delightful Performances Make TEMPORARY FAMILY An Above Average Real Estate Comedy

Speculate on property. This is HK lifestyle!To speculate on property amid Hong Kong's rapidly changing real estate market conditions is to speculate on emotions, according to Cheuk Wan Chi's (aka Vincci/GC Goo Bi) Temporary Family, a simple but perfectly enjoyable... More »
By Patryk Czekaj   
  

Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: Stanley Donen's TWO FOR THE ROAD

Smart, stylish, insightful and brimming with technical inventiveness, Stanley Donen's Two For The Road is a wonderful examination of the modern marriage whose influence can still be felt in Hollywood cinema today, nearly 50 years after it was originally released.Inspired... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Sundance 2015 Review: KURT COBAIN: MONTAGE OF HECK, The Man Behind The Music And The Mania

I'll admit upfront I'm no fan of either Kurt Cobain or the music he made with Nirvana. The band hit just at that age when I was finding out for the first time about albums like The Who's Quadropenia or... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

Sundance 2015 Review: COP CAR, A Cult Classic Waiting To Happen

Sometimes a film's premise just sells itself. Two mischievous boys stumble upon an abandoned cop car and decide to take it for a joyride. It turns out the cop car belongs to an officer on the wrong side of the... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   
  

Rotterdam 2015 Review: In STINKING HEAVEN Everything Rotten Is Good

We all live by rules. Whether they are personal choices to undertake or those put upon us by work or family, we live by them. But sometimes those rules can destroy us.Nathan Silver's fifth feature, Stinking Heaven, takes place in... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Sundance 2015 Review: BEST OF ENEMIES, A Vital Showcase On Media Iconoclasts

In many ways my media consumption is the child of events that date back to 1968. As an avid consumer of "mainstream" news (CNN is my background music) I have a potentially unhealthy fascination with the way that Americans... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

San Cristóbal De Las Casas 2015 Dispatch: Award Winners Announced

The first edition of the San Cristóbal De Las Casas festival has reached its end. It was a nice way to begin the year and a second edition seems to be a given, as pretty much each and every screening... More »
  

Rotterdam 2015 Review: LA LA LA AT ROCK BOTTOM Sings A Cute Tune

(How a thug's head sometimes contains both rock and a hard place...) If director Nobuhiro Yamashita is going to be remembered for something, it will be his ability to keep things real, to tone down craziness to an acceptable level,... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Slamdance 2015 Review: FEMALE PERVERT Cuts Cute With Gender Roles

Sex. We wouldn't be here without it. And we sure do like it. But who wants to talk about it? Especially all those particulars...Filmmaker Jiyoung Lee is ready to though, and her intelligent, equally charming and cheeky examination on female... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Sundance 2015 Review: THE WITCH Will Leave You Haunted And Impressed

Dark, brooding, and mysterious, The Witch is more parts drama than horror. But genre elements and a solid grounding in period source material will keep audiences engaged throughout the film's thrilling conclusion. Set in New England circa 1630 (well before... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   
  
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