Denmark Revisits The War With Lindholm Scripted 9 APRIL

Though increasingly recognized around the world as one of the finest young directors to come out of Scandinavia in recent years, A Hijacking helmer Tobias Lindholm first built his name as a screenwriter and it's an area he remains very... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

IRON SKY 2 Says Hello To Machine Gun Jesus And Dancing Putin

Sometimes the headline says it all and what this headline says is that Iron Sky 2 is going to be weeeeeeeeeird.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SANTIAGO VIOLENTA Brings Pistolas And Piscolas In The New Theatrical Trailer!

Mirageman and Mandrill director Ernesto Diaz Espinoza is having himself quite a year with the premieres of both Redeemer - his latest collaboration with frequent star Marko Zaror - and his long in post action-comedy Santiago Violenta. The story of... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

ZERO POINT: Estonia Steps Up With Dark Youth Drama

Though the small population inherently limits the volume of film production in Estonia, the Baltic state is on quite a run recently with a string of titles finding success both on the international festival circuit and at home in local... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Epic Battles And Epic Romance In THE BATTLE OF SEVASTOPOL

The military epic has increasingly become a staple of contemporary Russian cinema, with crowds coming out en masse to indulge in big patriotic spectacle based in past military conflict. World War II has provided particularly strong grist for the mill... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Latin Beat: Trailer For Peruvian Horror LA ENTITAD, Plus Top 10 Highest-Grossing Mexican Movies

This week we hear from our correspondents in Mexico and Peru. First, Ernesto Zelaya Miñano follows up on a previous report on Peruvian horror movie La Entitad with a trailer that gives a much better idea of what the filmmakers... More »
  

Watch Horror Comedy Short BUNDLE OF NERVES

For two small town cops who tackle paranormal activities on an everyday basis, it's the looming threat of fatherhood that really gets their stomachs in knotted. That's the basic setup for Ryan Spindell's short film Bundle Of Nerves. Spindell, director... More »
  

Twitchvision: Jason Gorber Talks WILD, GEMMA BOVARY, And TIFF's Canada Top 10

A bunch of TIFF-themed releases are making their way to theatres this week. Wild shows Reese Witherspoon wandering in the wilderness, while Gemma Bovary is a cute, if slight, redux of the Flaubert classic. I also take a look at this... More »
  

Malaysia's Lizard Powered Hero Returns In CICAKMAN 3 Teaser

Though Marvel and DC may dominate the superhero conversation around the world there are at least a handful of prominent regional heroes in play as well, few of whom have reached the level of success of Malaysia's Cicakman. The lizard... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Japan Film Festival 2014 Review: TOKYO REFUGEES Clumsily Critiques Contemporary Japan

Director Kiyoshi Sasabe (My SO Has Depression) is no stranger to dark narratives, and his latest, Tokyo Refugees, could be his darkest yet. Based on the many seedy and sad things you may have heard about Tokyo, the film aims to... More »
  

Japan Film Festival 2014 Review: RUROUNI KENSHIN: THE LEGEND ENDS Caps An Explosive Trilogy

By this stage, the humble tale of the first film and the bombastic masterfully shot darkness of the second film should prepare you for what is in store in Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends. Namely, a lot of exposition, happenstance... More »
  

Toho Announces A New Japanese GODZILLA Film For 2016

Has it really been a decade since the last Toho-produced Godzilla film, Godzilla: Final Wars, hit screens? Thanks to the worldwide box offices success of Gareth Edwards' 2014 film and, I am sure, a bout of national pride, or bruised egos, the... More »
  

DETECTIVE BYOMKESH BAKSHY Teaser: It's All Blood And Fire

Dibakar Banerjee returns to the director's chair after the critically acclaimed Shanghai with a brand new adaptation of the works of Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay in Detective Byomkesh Bakshy.Byomkesh Bakshy is a legendary Indian literary character, a detective on par and very... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Review: ODE TO MY FATHER Puts Blockbuster Spin On Melodrama

Family takes centre stage in Ode to My Father, a new Korean melodrama that is every bit as bombastic as this year's naval battle hit Roaring Currents. Directed by JK Youn (Youn Je-kyun), whose last film Haeundae sauntered over the... More »
  

Hey England! Watch Your Nation's First Ever Sci-fi Film A MESSAGE FROM MARS

Here is something very cool for British sci-fi fans to look forward to next week. On Friday, December 12th, Britain's first ever sci-fi film A Message From Mars will be made available to watch online thanks to a collaboration between... More »
  

A MOST VIOLENT YEAR: Watch Oscar Isaac And Jessica Chastain In First, Searing Clip

In this first clip from J.C. Chandor's drama A Most Violent Year, Jessica Chastain has something her youngest daughter found in the bushes outside her home. She wants her husband, played by Oscar Isaac, to have a look. It is... More »
  

TURBO KID: A New Image So Exciting It Is Bursting From The Chest

With news today that Turbo Kid will be part of the Midnight lineup at the Sundance Film Festival at the end of January, EW unleashed a new image from the film. It contains so much bloody goodness that it can hardly contain... More »
  

THE WOMAN's Lucky McKee Joins TALES OF HALLOWEEN Horror Anthology

Lucky McKee, director of notorious horror films such as The Woman and All Cheerleaders Die, has joined the horror anthology Tales of Halloween. Production is already underway in Los Angeles. "I'm delighted to be included with so many filmmakers I respect... More »
  

Dead But Delicious: New Trailer For WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS

One of the funniest (if not the funniest) films of the year, What We Do in the Shadows has made the festival rounds, picking up numerous awards (including the TIFF Midnight Madness Audience Award) along the way. Now, with its... More »
  

Check Out This Living Poster For Guy Maddin's THE FORBIDDEN ROOM

Canadian director Guy Maddin has a new film coming. Or is films? The director has been working on a multimedia project known as Seances, or Spiritismes in some circles, which sees his cast and crew holding a seance to invite... More »
  
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