Watch The Pitch Trailer For Icelandic Miniseries GRILLINGUR

Icelandic filmmaker Logi Hilmarsson first popped up on our radar when his short film Þygdarafl (Gravity) played at the Tribeca Film Festival. Hilmarsson has just sent word that he has a new project in the works, a television miniseries called... More »
  

OFFSCREEN Film Festival Brussels Welcomes Radley Metzger, And A Whole Lot More

This week, the seventh edition of the Offscreen Film Festival in Brussels will start, undoubtedly one of the best 'genre' festivals in Europe. And their line-up this year is very much yummie. Radley Metzger is one of the guests of... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

RIP Cinema Giant Alain Resnais

One of the greatest film directors of the 20th century, Alain Resnais died yesterday at the age of 91, it was announced by his long-time producer, Jean-Louis Livi. Just a few weeks ago, I saw what has turned out to... More »
  

Trailer: Polish Psychological Thriller THE WORD

How far would you go to make up for mistakes that ruined your relationship? Through mixing elements of coming-of-age drama and psychological thriller, Anna Kazejak (Flying Pigs) delves into painful and difficult issues of young love, infidelity, and emotional manipulation. Three... More »
  

Watch An Exclusive Clip From Danish Martial Arts Short ECHOES OF A RONIN

Director Shaky Gonzalez and star David Sakurai have teamed up to create something very unusual for their homeland of Denmark: A martial arts drama rooted in the Japanese bushido code. Sweden's Tim Man - a rapidly rising star in the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Belgian Black Comedy HALFWEG Puts A Different Spin On Haunting

Geoffrey Enthoven and the rest of the creative team behind European hit Come As You Are move into rather different territory with their latest effort, Halfweg. Freshly on Belgian screens this week the film is a black comedy with a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Totally Manic Trailer For Turkish Horror AMMAR Evokes Old School Raimi

As the saying goes, talent borrows while genius steals. And while stealing certainly isn't enough to make you a genius if you're going to steal you should steal from the best and Ammar director Özgür Bakar - to say nothing... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Turkish Boogeyman Lurks In The Woods Of GULYABANI

Dear women of Turkey, or at least women of Orçun Benli's Gulyabani: If you happen to find yourself alone in the remote woods when you stumble upon a sealed well in the middle of nowhere, just leave it sealed. Don't... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

OPEN WINDOWS: Black Leather, New Poster For Nacho Vigalondo Thriller

I had the opportunity to see Nacho Vigalondo's third feature Open Windows at the European Film Market in Berlin earlier this month. And while I can't tell you any details, I can say that it was pretty incredible: intelligent, innovative, brilliantly... More »
  

Now on DVD: ANGRY NAZI ZOMBIES Exploits A Very Specific Niche

Some horror anthologies ambitiously aim for the broad and global (The ABCs of Death) while others are shaped by old-school appreciation of horror (V/H/S). And then there's Angry Nazi Zombies, now on DVD, which presents three stories involving the unhappy... More »
  

Watch The Striking Trailer For Black And White Russian Scifi HARD TO BE A GOD

Aleksei Yuryevich German's Hard To Be A God feels like an artefact from another time, a striking black and white exercise seemingly dropped from another world. Which is appropriate, really, given that it's about life on another world. Based on... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Three Exclusive Pics From Upcoming Franco-Italo Horror PHANTASMAGORIA!

As production has wrapped up on the upcoming Franco-Italo horror anthology Phantasmagoria we have been given three exclusive images to share with you. The first is of Italian actor Venantino Venantini, from such films as City of the Living Dead... More »
  

Watch The Trailer For Polish Football Documentary MUNDIAL. THE HIGHEST STAKES

Football has always been the most popular sport in Poland and for many years served as a perfect escape from the troubles of everyday life. Though the national team isn't as strong as it once was, many people still value... More »
  

Imagine 2014: First Trailer For Dutch Horror THE POOL

[Updated with subtitled trailer] A small pool in a forest may contain a bad secret or two, in the Dutch horror thriller The Pool (De Poel), directed by Chris W. Mitchell. He also co-wrote the script with starring actor Gijs... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Trailer: Polish War Drama STONES FOR THE RAMPART

Poland's tempestuous history is a collection of many uniquely chilling and tragic chapters and a never-ending bag of courageous stories. For decades, it served as an inspiration for many more or less successful pictures. However, this trend has also lead to... More »
  

Arrow Video Wants All Of Your Money! Borowczyk, THE 'BURBS, Eurocrime, Vincent Price, & More Coming To Blu

Arrow Video, the world's leading cult video label, has announced their Q2 line-up for 2014 and it is amazing as usual. In addition to titles that geeks already knew were coming, like Joe Dante's The 'Burbs, Brian De Palma's, Sisters,... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Marxists And Feminists Despair! CAPTAIN FALCON Is Coming To Save The Day! Check The First Images Now!

Imagine, if you will, that some crazy person had the equally crazy idea to take the technicolor tone of classic TV superheros such as The Green Hornet and the Adam West Batman and re-invent them in the 'service' of fascism.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Score The GOAL OF THE DEAD This World Cup With The First Trailer For French Horror Comedy

Yes, kids, the undead are arriving in France and they've got a taste for footie as well as human flesh. With its release timed to take advantage of the coming World Cup, upcoming French horror comedy Goal of the Dead... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Turkey's Hasan Karacadag Prepping English Language Debut MAGI

Having carved out quite a niche for himself as Turkey's main man for horror films, D@bbe director Hasan Karacadag is now setting his sights on the rest of the world. While the helmer is currently in production on Poison X,... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: IN THE NAME OF... Explores The Relationship Between Priesthood And Sexuality

In terms of searching for and exploring its own sexual identity, 2013 turned out to be a rather eventful year for Polish cinema. Controversial films such as Floating Skyscrapers (first openly pro-gay picture), In Hiding (deals with lesbian love in... More »
  
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