Image Entertainment Wants To Visit THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT

Image Entertainment has taken the North American rights for the upcoming horror flick The Houses October Built. The film is the debut feature from Bobby Roe. He also stars in his own flick along with Brandy Schaefer, Zack Andrews, Mikey Roe... More »
  

Morelia 2014: Official Mexican Selection Revealed

The Morelia International Film Festival revealed today its official selection, showcasing a lineup exclusively composed of Mexican films. It's definitely exciting, as these are the national movies that will most likely hit theaters during 2015. There are some familiar names, such... More »
  

Hey Australia! Win Tickets To See TEMPORARY FAMILY In Cinemas!

It is great to see Nick Cheung returning to comedy following a string of hit thrillers like Beast Stalker, Stool Pigeon, Unbeatable and The White Storm. Many of the actor's early film roles were actually in comedies and films such as... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

Lima 2014 Review: VIEJOS AMIGOS, A Light, Harmless Comedy About Growing Old

The debut film from director Fernando Villarán, Viejos Amigos is one of the most anticipated local films of the year. For some odd reason, its theatrical run has kicked off on the same week it plays at the Lima Film Festival, which just... More »
  

THE EDITOR: New Poster May Be NSFW, But It's Darn Pretty

The Editor, by members of famed group Astron-6, and the final entry announced for this year's Midnight Madness program at the Toronto International Film Festival, has a pretty new poster! This new poster was illustrated by London, UK based artist... More »
  

Farah Khan's HAPPY NEW YEAR Sports The Gaudiest Trailer You'll See This Year

This day has been years in the making.Director Farah Khan reunites with her muse, Shah Rukh Khan, for Happy New Year, a film with nearly a decade of production delays under its belt. Development for Happy New Year began in... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Watch The First Eight Minutes Of Chick Tract Adaptation DARK DUNGEONS

Oh my. Single tear. Prepare thy selves, for ye art about to embark on a quest fraught with moral peril and dangers! J R Salls' film adaptation of the Chick Tract Dark Dungeons will premiere today to a sold out crowd... More »
  

Review: WE ARE MARI PEPA (SOMOS MARI PEPA), An Honest Portrait Of Youth With A Dose Of Punk Rock

Mari Pepa is the name of a punk rock band in We Are Mari Pepa (Somos Mari Pepa), Samuel Isamu Kishi Leopo's extension of his own 18-minute short film Mari Pepa. "Mari" refers to marihuana, while "pepa" is slang for... More »
  

Review: THE TRIP TO ITALY, Very Funny, Yet Overly Familiar

Michael Winterbottom's The Trip was an enormously pleasant surprise. The 2010 UK TV series -- also cut into feature form for the international market -- was built on what appeared to be the flimsiest of premises, featuring British comics Rob... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Morelia 2014: Mexican Film Noir Program Announced

October is near and so is the 2014 edition of the Morelia International Film Festival! Taking place from October 17 to 26, the 12th edition of Morelia is going to be celebrating the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, with an image... More »
  

Review: RAGNAROK, Monstrous Family Fun, Norwegian Style

Curse you, Indiana Jones! The bullwhip-toting, fedora-wearing, hard-loving professor created unrealistic expectations for all cinematic archaeologists who have followed in his footsteps. Thus, the gentle, mild, soft-spoken Sigurd, a tall and slender family man who is still coping with the... More »
  

When It's Viking Versus Horse The Viking Always Wins! Watch The Full NORTHMEN Trailer Now!

You know, there's an awful lot to be said for a piece of pulpy entertainment that knows it's a piece of pulpy entertainment, fully embraces the pulp, and knows what to do with it. Like having a viking tackle a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

A Creepy As Hell Theatrical Trailer Washes Down THE CANAL

A major buzz title when it premiered in Tribeca, Ivan Kavanagh's Irish chiller The Canal hits US screens and VOD platforms October 10th from The Orchard and they've delivered one hell of a creepy trailer to demonstrate why people have... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Argentina Delivers A Slick Thriller With ARREBATO

Where did the Hollywood thriller go? Remember the days when movies like Fatal Attraction, The Hand That Rocks The Cradle, Basic Instinct et al jostled for space on screens? Hollywood seems to have abandoned these sorts of films almost entirely... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

REVENGE OF THE GREEN DRAGONS: Watch The Trailer For Andrew Lau's English Language Gang Flick Now!

It would appear that the relationship struck between Martin Scorsese and Andrew Lau when Scorsese directed The Departed - an adaptation of Lau's Infernal Affairs - continues to bear fruit. Scorsese is now serving as executive producer on Lau's latest... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

New York 2014: Festival's Main Slate Includes Godard In 3D, And Many Of The Usual Suspects

Jean-Luc Godard in 3D highlights the main slate of the New York Film Festival, which announced its selections today. As we've come to expect, the 52nd edition includes many of the usual suspects, with the latest films by David Cronenberg,... More »
  

Blu-ray Review: MARDOCK SCRAMBLE (THIRD EXHAUST), Sleazy Yet Satisfying

(Teenage Hooker Concludes Trilogy... but is she a Killing Machine?) This month, the third and final film in the Mardock Scramble trilogy was released in the United Kingdom. As I have seen and reviewed the first two films (here and... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Giveaway: IT WAS YOU CHARLIE - Watch The Trailer, Win Tickets To Dark Comic Drama

The dark comic drama It Was You Charlie is opening in Toronto at the Bell Lightbox Cinema on Friday, August 15, and we've got tickets to give away! (Note: the giveaway is over.) First, though, you'll want to watch the... More »
  

Memories Of The Future: Chris Marker Retro With Newly Restored LEVEL FIVE At BAM

With the theatrical release of the digitally restored 1997 film Level 5, Brooklyn's own BAM Cinematek is hosting a rare retrospective of Chris Marker, one of the most singular voices in cinema history.Marker passed on in 2012. But as a... More »
  

Review: DARKER THAN NIGHT (MÁS NEGRO QUE LA NOCHE), An Embarrassingly Bad 3D Remake

The original Más Negro Que la Noche, or Darker Than Night, was written and directed by the late Carlos Enrique Taboada in 1975. Widely considered as one of the most important Mexican horror films ever made, it is everything this... More »
  
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