Review: TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT Boldly Exposes The Dark Side Of Police Work

Though still on the verge of being Poland's new voice of morality, Wojciech Smarzowski (The Wedding, The Dark House) has undoubtedly found a very convincing way of exposing the country's greatest and most frustrating absurdities. Never far from controversy, Smarzowski's unflinching... 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   
  

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 »
  

Review: BLACK OUT Sparkles In A Darkly Comic Criminal Vein

Is there anything more annoying than waking up in the morning to discover a gun -- and a bloody corpse -- in bed with you? On the day before your wedding? It's very tempting to describe Arne Toonen's Black Out... 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 »
  

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   
  

Lovecraftian Short FRAGMENT 1890 Needs Your Love

Attention fans of all things H.P. Lovecraft. We have found a project that you may want to lend your support to. German filmmaker Sascha Alexander Renninger is putting together a feature length anthology film based on the works of the... More »
  

Just In Time For Valentine's Day: A Family-Friendly NYMPHOMANIAC: VOLUME I Trailer!

"What are you rebelling against?" "Love."Yes, it's too bad that couples across the United States can't celebrate Valentine's Day huddled together in a theater, holding each other tight as Lars Von Trier guides them on an erotic cinema odyssey. But the... More »
  

Review: THE RETURNED, Protecting Your Loved One When He's A Zombie

They are misunderstood and stigmatized. They live under a cloud of fear and suspicion. They are subject to physical and verbal assaults. They fear that the supply of the drug that keeps them alive will soon run out. They are... More »
  

Trailer For Sex-Fueled iPhone Movie HOOKED UP

Toronto-based outfit Raven Banner have acquired world sales rights to Hooked Up, the first feature film to be shot entirely on an iPhone. This is also the first feature film for the director, Pablo Larcuen. Prior to this feature debut, Larcuen... More »
  

BRICK MANSIONS Trailer: Watch Paul Walker And David Belle Run Around

So. What we have here is the trailer for Brick Mansions the English remake of Luc Besson's 2004 French parkour action film Banlieue 13 (District 13). The story moves from the streets of Paris to Detroit. The elements appear to be... More »
  

Director Of KIDNAPPED Shooting New Horror In Hungary

Last week, shooting began on Miguel Ángel Vivas's new flick for Sony Pictures, Welcome to Harmony. Filming continues until early April in Budapest with Matthew Fox (Lost) and Jeffrey Donovan (Burn Notice) as the leads, while Ahna O'Reilly, Clara Lago... More »
  

LIVING IS EASY WITH YOUR EYES CLOSED Big Winner At Spain's Oscars

Six Goyas landed in the laps of director David Trueba and his friends for Living Is Easy With Your Eyes Closed (Vivir Es Fácil Con Los Ojos Cerrados) on Sunday night in Madrid. The film won best picture, director, screenplay,... More »
  

Spanish Exorcism Horror ASMODEXIA Goes To Raven Banner

News out of Berlin today is that Toronto-based Raven Banner has acquired the international rights to Marc Carreté's debut feature, the exorcism horror film Asmodexia. Carreté has written and directed two short films prior to Asmodexia. He wrote this first feature... More »
  

Watch The First IRON SKY 2 Teaser

The Moon Nazis are coming back for more! With the European Film Market under way Iron Sky director Timo Vuorensola and his team have launched the first teaser for the upcoming sequel, Iron Sky: The Coming Race. And while very... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Paco Plaza To Direct DAMNED FRIDAY In Spain

News from Berlin's EFM is that one-half of the directing team of the [REC] franchise, Paco Plaza, will helm Damned Friday (Maldito Viernes) later this year.  Plaza has written it and already teased his fans in 2008 with the release... More »
  

MEA CULPA: Watch The Opening Scene From POINT BLANK Director's Latest

Fred Cavaye is the reigning king of intelligent action films from France and with his latest effort - Mea Culpa - drawing closer to release the opening sequence has been released online to whet the appetite.Franck and Simon are both... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: LOVE IS IN THE AIR Crashes On Familiar Romantic Rocks

Awash in cliches, flashbacks, and montages, Love Is In The Air (Amour et Turbulences) subscribes to the exhausted yet still popular notion that for everyone there is but one true love. It must be fate, therefore, that seats Antoine (Nicolas... More »
  

IN ORDER OF DISAPPEARANCE: Watch The Trailer For The Latest From Director Of A SOMEWHAT GENTLE MAN

[Updated with English subtitled version of the trailer.]Announced January 15th as in competition at the upcoming Berlin Film Festival, Hans Petter Moland's Kraftidioten has gotten itself a brand new English title to go along with a brand new trailer. Formerly... More »
By Todd Brown   
  
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