Opening: 14 BLADES, Marking The Return Of Donnie Yen

More than four years after it opened in Asia, Daniel Lee's 14 Blades is finally coming to America, marking the return of Donnie Yen as a martial arts hero. Right off hand, I have no idea why it took so... More »
  

Exclusive Interview: Twitch Talks THE F WORD/WHAT IF With Michael Dowse

When I called Michael Dowse for our interview, I tried hard not to sound like a crazy person. I admit that I've been a bit vocal about his films on Twitter, and believe (without any sarcasm or irony) that... More »
  

LA DICTADURA PERFECTA: Check The First Trailer For Luis Estrada's Latest Political Satire

While Mexican director Luis Estrada and star Damián Alcázar did a couple of films together before, their real partnership began in 1999 with the political satire Herod's Law (La Ley de Herodes). Since then, Estrada has directed only similar films, all... More »
  

Jaycee Chan Drug Bust May Hurt Career But Save Relationship With Father Jackie

In a strange twist of fate, the recent arrest of Jaycee Chan on drug charges seems to have brought him closer to his action star father, Jackie Chan. Earlier this week news surfaced that 32 year old Jaycee Chan, also known... More »
  

852 Films Serves First Teaser For Derek Kwok's Badminton Flick FULL STRIKE

The first teaser for Full Strike has just hit online, showing off the impressive line-up of talent in director Derek Kwok's upcoming badminton tournament flick. Produced by Josie Ho's 852 Films, the film sees the actress star alongside Ekin Cheng,... More »
  

THE DROP: New Clips And Images Reinforce A Tough Guy Tone

The eagerly-awaited new feature from Bullhead director Michael R. Roskam, The Drop will open in U.S. theaters on September 12. According to the official synopsis...The Drop follows lonely bartender Bob Saginowski (Tom Hardy) through a covert scheme of funneling cash to... More »
  

New Trailer For AUTOMATA Is Intense And Epic

Just a week after the first posters emerged, we now have a trailer for Gabe Ibáñez's new sci-fi film Automata. And it looks pretty great, if I do say so myself. It looks a lot like it takes after Isaac... More »
  

Win A Prize Pack From Pierce Brosnan Starring Spy Thriller THE NOVEMBER MAN

You just can't keep a good spy down and Pierce Brosnan is back in the international espionage game with the upcoming thriller The November Man. Code named 'The November Man'; Peter Devereaux (Pierce Brosnan) is an extremely dangerous and highly... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Canadian Cult Horror Flick THE EDITOR To Open Mayhem Film Festival

The Editor UK Domination Tour, with members of Astron-6 in attendance, will continue this Fall with a stopover at the Mayhem Film Festival in Nottingham, England. This will be the second festival stopover for their film on the island nation.... More »
  

Watch An Exclusive Red Band Clip From Techno Thriller CAM2CAM

You never really know who may be on the other side of that email address or social media account and you certainly never know what they really want from you. That simple premise forms the basis of indie thriller CAM2CAM... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Destroy All Monsters: The Human Race Can't Handle Its Imminent Demise, And Other Things I Learned From The Summer of 2014

Spoiler warning for several 2014 summer movies. Grosses were down, year-over-year, in the summer of 2014 at the domestic box office. Even the solid hits of the frame -- Maleficent with a sleeper breakaway; Guardians of the Galaxy, at the... More »
By Matt Brown   
  

Giveaway: Possess Your Own DVD Of THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING

Wasting no time after its theatrical release this coming Friday, August 22, Anchor Bay Films is releasing David Jung's The Possession of Michael King on VOD, iTunes and on Bluray and DVD on Tuesday, August 26. We are going to set... More »
  

Johnny Depp Joins Kevin Smith's YOGA HOSERS

Johnny Depp is teaming with Kevin Smith? Yup. Smith had this to say about Yoga Hosers in July: "There are two characters in a convenience store in Tusk that you see for five minutes, very much Ronsencrantz and Guildenstern. I've... More »
  

Check Out The Key Art And Stills From Thriller PLASTIC

Julian Gilbey, director of A Lonely Place to Die and a segment in ABCs of Death 2, has a new thriller coming out next month. Plastic opens in cinemas on September 12, and we have the key art and a gallery... More »
  

TAKE ME TO THE RIVER: Trailer For Memphis Music Doc

The documentary Take Me To The River opens nationwide on September 12. Martin Shore's film celebrates the history of incredible Memphis music, following the creative process of multiple generations of musicians as they come together to create a historic new... More »
  

First Look At Paul Rudd In ANT-MAN

Production began just yesterday on the Peyton Reed directed Ant-Man and what's this today? Why, yes, it's the first shot of Paul Rudd as Scott Lang. We've got the image for you below and remember you can click to enlarge.SAN... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Toronto 2014: Mavericks, Discovery, Kids, Studio Ghibli, And Even More Selections

Let's be honest: many film festivals would be happy to lead with the announcement of the films included in the Mavericks, Discovery, and Kids programs at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival. But Toronto is different, intent on maintaining a... More »
  

Latin Beat: Chile's FLYING FISH And RUIZ, Terror Fest Peru, Mexico's Triumph

What is happening in Latin America? We have mini-reports from three of our expert correspondents who live in Chile, Peru, and Mexico. First up, we have news on the two latest local films opening in Chile -- reviews for both are... More »
  

Eureka Announces Winter 2014 Slate: THIEF OF BAGDAD, LES MISERABLES, INTOLERANCE, BLACULA & More!

Eureka Entertainment unveiled its slate of upcoming titles for the fourth quarter of 2014 earlier today, and it's a magnificent selection of additions to their Masters of Cinema series, as well as a fang-tastic blaxploitation boxset to join their growing... More »
  

Irie Yu's HIBI ROCK Trailer Will Set Your Hair On Fire

One of the brightest lights of the young generation of Japanese directors, Irie Yu burst on to the international scene five years ago with the release of his 2009 super low budget indie 8000 Miles. A scrappy and energetic chronicle... More »
By Todd Brown   
  
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