Baker And Clapton Speak In First Clip From BEWARE OF MR BAKER

Jay Bulger's SXSW selected documentary Beware Of Mr Baker tells the story of Cream and Bind Faith drummer Ginger Baker, an oversized personality who - if the first clip released is any indication - hasn't mellowed a bit of the... More »
By Todd Brown   

Jack Black Gets Whack-y in Trailer for Linklater's BERNIE

We got a peek at Richard Linklater's Bernie when it premiered at LA Film Fest last summer and filed this review. Millenium is planning their theatrical release of the film April 27th. They'll be taking it out for a stroll... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

SXSW 2012: Official Poster For Joko Anwar's MODUS ANOMALI

With SXSW just around the corner materials for the selected films are beginning to roll out with increasing regularity and today we get the first official poster for Joko Anwar's Modus Anomali, due to premiere in the Midnighters section.During a... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW 2012: FEARnet's New Series HOLLISTON Promo!

Your eyes do not deceive you. Yes. That is Dee Snider, frontman of Twisted Sister. Yes. He is part of the cast of Fearnet's upcoming original horror sitcom Holliston. As part of the SXSW conference during the festival we already knew... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Natasha Pincus Gets SXSW Invite With Gotye Video

Given I wrote the media release for this story, I think there's no problem me running it verbatim... After clocking up over 70 million views on YouTube, winning a range of awards and becoming a global pop culture touchstone, Gotye's globally... More »
By Simon de Bruyn   

Watch The Full Trailer For SXSW Midnighter MODUS ANOMALI

Soon to have its world premiere as part of the 2012 SXSW Midnighters selection, Joko Anwar's psych-thriller shocker Modus Anomali has just unleashed its first full trailer.During a vacation in the woods, a man tries to find his family who... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW Midnighter THE AGGRESSION SCALE Gets a Trailer

Steven C. Miller's (Automaton Transfusion) SXSW Midnighter The Agression Scale is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated world premieres of the fest. Written by Ben Powell, the thriller involves a group of teenagers who go after four... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Outsider Artist Wayne White Heads To SXSW With BEAUTY IS EMBARRASSING

Though you may not know his name there is a fighting chance that you have seen the work of artist Wayne White. In fact, if you've ever seen Pee-Wee's Playhouse that's a certainty. A multi-talented artist White is the subject... More »
By Todd Brown   

Hey NYC! Wanna Win Tix To Apocalyptic Comedy PHASE 7?

Nicholas Goldbart's pandemic-panic Phase 7 has been making the festival rounds with stops off at SXSW, EIFF, and will soon be making an appearance at Fantasia Fest. Well, that same week Bloody Disgusting and AMC theaters will be bringing it... More »
By Ben Umstead   

A SERBIAN FILM U.S. Release Details & Red Band Trailer

The most controversial movie of the last year is finally getting a US release.  A Serbian Film was first shown at SXSW in March of 2010.  Since then is has scarred audiences at the Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film... More »
By J Hurtado   

Anchor Bay Ponies Up Large For THE DIVIDE

We're not going to be waiting long to see Xavier Gens' The Divide. Anchor Bay have put up big money - it's officially being described as a 'low seven figure' deal - to acquire US rights for the film and... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW 2011: SEPARADO! Review

[With Separado! now screening at SXSW we revisit Peter Kuplowsky's earlier review of the film.]It is the late 1800s: two hooded horseback riders square off in a race across the Welsh countryside. The incident concludes in both tragedy and suspicion,... More »
By Peter K.   


Argentina's Adrian Garcia Bogliano embraces the ridiculous in Cold Sweat. He revels in the inherent silliness of his plot, throwing in twists and turns not because they make good logical sense - the whole premise is daft - but because... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW 2011: Exclusive Trailer Premiere For Clay Liford's WUSS

Director Clay Liford first made these pages last year when his low budget scifi film Earthling screened at SXSW and he's making a return appearance to the festival in 2011 with his new feature Wuss.WUSS is the story of a... More »
By Todd Brown   


Javier Fernandez is having a bad year. Once a bright young up and comer in the advertising world he lost his job when his parent company shut down. He's unemployed, out of money, and at risk of losing his house... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW 2011: Attack the Block Review

From the intention of newly minted director Joe Cornish, Attack the Block is an homage to The Warriors, Predator, The Outsiders, E.T., Rumble Fish, and just about every other great monster and child-gang film you can think of. From Cornish's... More »
By Aaron Krasnov   

SXSW 2011: An Exclusive Clip Of Joey Lauren Adam's In APART

A most unusual sort of psychological thriller, Aaron Rottinghaus' Apart takes a very rare - but very real - psychological disorder as its basis and builds out a story of tragedy and mystery from there. Here's the official synopsis:Noah Greene... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW 2011: Short film 'Animal Control' will have American premiere.

Canadian short film Animal Control by Kire Papput will finally get around to making its American debut at SXSW after a solid festival run so far. We first caught the film at Tiff and Kire was good enough to field some... More »
By Andrew Mack   

SXSW 2011: THE DIVIDE Is Coming

Xavier Gens' apocalyptic horror picture The Divide is coming. And we mean that in more ways than one.First, the world premiere of the picture at SXSW is coming up fast.Second, tomorrow at around noon EST we will be premiering the... More »
By Todd Brown   


While there is an argument to be made as to whether puppetry should be considered animation - it's live performance, not frame by frame manipulation - there's no denying it's a dying art that remains incredibly powerful in the right... More »
By Todd Brown   
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