ONE MILLION KLICKS Trailer Introduces The Ass-Kicking Skills Of Mike Moeller

The first trailer has just popped up for German language martial arts flick One Million Klicks, and showcases some pretty impressive fighting skills. The first project from production company Silent Partners, recently formed by Ruediger Kummerle and Mike Leeder, One... More »
  

GOK-SEONG (곡성): Third Film Coming From Director Of THE CHASER And THE YELLOW SEA

Na Hong-jin, director of lauded Korean thrillers The Chaser and The Yellow Sea, is prepping his third feature film, Gok-seong, or The Wailing. Fox International Pictures is backing the film. Fox Korea, which handles distribution of 20th Century Fox films in Korea,... More »
  

Review: INTO THE STORM Comes Alive When The Wind Blows Hard

"The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind," sang Bob Dylan in the early 1960s. Fifty years later, the question is, Why would anyone want to make a new version of Twister? As someone who once stood, fascinated, in... More »
  

SEPTIC MAN: Watch This Crappy Opening Scene. Literally.

So, you want to get an idea of what to expect when you watch Jesse Thomas Cook's Septic Man? Well, do we have a treat for you! Mind you, this is not exactly what *I* would call a treat. It is... More »
  

Beware The HELLYFISH!

Does this need explaining beyond the fact that it exists and you can watch the trailer below?... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Rutger Hauer Is Making CLONES

Rutger Hauer wants to copy your brain. And there's a fighting chance it's not going to go particularly well. At least that's what I took away from the trailer for Rafael Bolliger's handsome scifi short Clones. But it's Rutger, right?... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SONGS SHE WROTE ABOUT PEOPLE SHE KNOWS: Watch The Teaser For The Toronto Selected Musical Comedy

I have a habit of singing pointless, made up songs about random things happening around me. Ask The Boy about it if you want, it drives him crazy. Which is part of why I do it - and do it... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

THE EDITOR: Astron-6 Lay On The Blood With The Teaser For Their Toronto Selected Giallo Comedy

They've gone from a group of friends making fake trailers for movies that never existed to clashing with Troma to now launching their latest feature film - giallo comedy The Editor - on one of the biggest stages in the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: WHAT IF Pretends To Be A Modern, Hip Romantic Comedy

Romantic comedies that discredit the integrity of a main character lose me entirely. Near the beginning of the new romantic comedy What If (titled The F Word in other territories), directed by Michael Dowse (Goon), the character played by Daniel... More »
  

Review: THE DOG, An Engrossing Look At The Real Guy Behind DOG DAY AFTERNOON

Highly entertaining if slightly indulgent, The Dog looks at the life of John Wojtowicz, the man who was portrayed by Al Pacino in Sidney Lumet's classic Dog Day Afternoon. Wojtowicz is a pretty fascinating guy who crammed more than his... More »
  

Review: TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Chooses Not To Compete, And Succeeds

Michael Bay gets his hands on another beloved property from our childhoods, but as producer of a new live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles feature his signature influence is somewhat muted. Director Jonathan Liebesman instead delivers a superhero adventure pitched squarely at... More »
  

Canadian Feats Added To Toronto 2014 Slate Incl. Astron-6 Midnighter THE EDITOR & Tierney's PREGGOLAND

The Toronto Int'l Film Fest announcements keep coming. This week the fest has dropped a bevy of new features that all come from native daughters and sons of Canada. The films are slotted in among a number of programs and... More »
  

Tokyo 2014: EVANGELION Creator Anno Hideaki To Be Honored

Evangelion fans might want to start planning a pilgrimage to Japan in October, as the Tokyo International Film Festival has announced it will be screening a huge showcase of the works of one of the country's leading animated filmmakers, Anno Hideaki. The... More »
  

THE DROWNSMAN Coming To Canada, Courtesy Of Anchor Bay

Shortly after having its world premiere at Fantasia in Montreal, Chad Archibald's slippery horror flick The Drownsman has been picked up by Anchor Bay for distribution in our fair nation.Toronto, ON - Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada and Breakthrough Entertainment are... More »
  

THE GUEST Trailer Starts Polite, And Then Gets Bloody Rude

Yes, yes, yes! I haven't loved everything that director Adam Wingard and writer Simon Barrett have made -- A Horrible Way to Die and You're Next being the most notable -- but I very much like the new trailer for... More »
  

PiFan 2014 Review: GIOVANNI'S ISLAND, A Moving Tale of Post-War Survival

Director Nishikubo Mizuho's ode to post-war survival, Giovanni's Island (Jobanni no shima), offers a heartbreaking account of the struggles of two brothers, as the world they grew up in changes around them, amidst the aftermath of the Second World War. Junpei... More »
  

Cinemalaya 2014: Carlos Siguion-Reyna's HARI NG TONDO (WHERE I AM KING), A Crowdpleaser With Some Semblance Of Substance

There are at least two disparate movies in Hari ng Tondo (Where I Am King), Carlos Siguion-Reyna's first feature film in more than a decade. The first movie is the one written by Bibeth Orteza, which was followed faithfully... More »
By Oggs Cruz   
  

Review: DRAGON BALL Z: BATTLE OF GODS Stirs Good Memories, But Not For Very Long

Dragon Ball Z: Battle Of Gods is a really fun entry in Toriyama Akira's beloved universe that's just not up there with the most memorable ones. It manages to capture the absurdist essence of Dragon Ball very well, but disappoints... More »
  

The WONDERBROTHERS Need A Miracle In the Charming First Trailer

Meet the Wonderbrothers (Wonderbroeders), a quintet of Dutch priest who - it must be said - are not particularly good at priestly things. Unless, of course, you consider the age old traditions of brewing beer and then drinking said beer... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Destroy All Monsters: Can You Make A Movie About The Han Solo Character, Or Not?

In Guardians of the Galaxy, five Han Solos walk into a bar. (Or a prison. And one of them is a tree, and quite a sweet one at that - not Han Solo-ish at all.) By the end of the... More »
By Matt Brown   
  
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