YOU'RE UGLY TOO: Watch Aidan Gillen In The Trailer For Berlin Hit

Game of Thrones actor Aidan Gillen has built quite a name for himself playing morally conflicted characters - people who clearly do more than their share of bad stuff but are still somehow not without hope - and he finds... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

UK Trailer For BIG GAME Is In Love With Explosions

Jalmari Helander's big budget follow-up to Rare Exports is brash and loud and a whole lot of fun. After a rousing screening in the Midnight Madness program at TIFF, Big Game is starting to roll out to commercial audiences. Considering... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   
  

Aliens Hover Over The Ethiopian Skyline In The First Trailer For CRUMBS

A selection of the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Miguel Llanso's Crumbs is - to put it mildly - a weird one. The Spanish born, Ethiopian based director has concocted here a post apocalyptic science fiction tale involving a slowly crumbling... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Final Trailers For Historical Actioner DRAGON BLADE

With the premiere of Daniel Lee's big budgeted historical epic Dragon Blade, starring Jackie Chan, John Cusack and Adrian Brody, is just around the corner, the final two trailers has been posted to promote the release.         Jackie... More »
By Al Young   
  

SPECTRE: Our First Look At Bond And A Behind The Scenes Featurette

Here is our first look at 007 (Daniel Craig) in action on the set of Spectre. The official site also released the first behind the scenes featurette with Léa Seydoux and Dave Bautista commenting on the production during an action... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

First REGRESSION Trailer: Alejandro Amenábar Returns To His Dark Roots

It's been six years since his decline-of-the-Roman-Empire film Agora, but Spanish director Alejandro Amenábar is finally back with a new feature, Regression, due out this summer. And it looks like after his forays into biopics (with the Oscar-winning The Sea... More »
  

Exclusive: Watch The Undead Rise Again In New ZOMBIE RESURRECTION Trailer

Jesus did his share of resurrections in his short time on Earth. Then he pulled his now you see now you don't job on the Romans after his Crucifixion. But I think the zombie, known only as Messiah, in the... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

DI BALIK 98 Has A Revolutionairy Trailer

Di Balik 98 (currently without an English title but literally meaning "Behind '98") tells the story, seen from many perspectives, of Indonesia's recent revolution in 1998, which resulted in the fall of the three-decade-long presidency of Suharto. At the moment... More »
By William Chandra   
  

SXSW 2015: DEATHGASM Trailer Teases Heavy Metal, Blood, And More Blood

Do you like heavy metal? Do you like blood? If the answer to both is "yes," have I got a trailer for you! Deathgasm will have its world premiere at SXSW in Austin, Texas next month as part of the... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Drafthouse Films' Obscure Objects Of Desire: Ari Folman's THE CONGRESS

Drafthouse Films' Obscure Objects of Desire (or Drafthouse FOOD if you must) is a new regular column assessing the home cinema releases from the Austin-based distributor.Ari Folman's follow-up to his animated Oscar-nominated documentary, Waltz With Bashir, is a loose adaptation... More »
By James Marsh   
  

HIBERNATION: Watch Jon Mikel Caballero's Award Winning Short

Now that it's festival run is over, Spanish filmmaker Jon Mikel Caballero wants to share his award-winning short film, Hibernation, with you. It is an emotionally driven work of sci-fi with a bittersweet ending. The visual style is reminiscent of... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

DVD Review: Fei Mu's SPRING IN A SMALL TOWN From The BFI

Hailed as the greatest Chinese film ever made, Fei Mu's 1948 melodrama Spring In A Small Town arrives on DVD for the first time in the UK, courtesy of the BFI. A heartbreaking tale of loyalty, yearning and resilience in... More »
By James Marsh   
  

First Teaser From Miike's YAKUZA APOCALYPSE: THE GREAT WAR OF THE UNDERWORLD

Japanese director Miike Takashi said in a statement when Yakuza Apocalypse: The Great War of the Underworld was announced, "Goodbye to tediously boring Japanese films. No one wanted this to happen, but I am making a rampage back to the basics!",... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

ZOMBIE VILLAGE Official Trailer: Here They Come!

As far as i can remember, the last time i watched an Indonesian zombie flick on the big screen was Takut: Faces Of Fear, a horror anthology, way back in 2008. That same year was when director Billy Christian (Tuyul: Part 1) started to... More »
By William Chandra   
  

NYC Happenings: "Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents In New York, 1968-1986" Uncovers An Overlooked Yet Richly Creative Period

Of the many cultural events occasioned by Black History Month, without a doubt one of the most rewarding, and indeed revelatory, is "Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986," the Film Society of Lincoln Center's series.... More »
  

IT CAME FROM THE DESERT Trailer Debut! Beware The Giant Ant!

Something crawly this way comes, and it comes to us courtesy of Iron Sky producer Tero Kaukomaa who is filling an executive producer role on a Finnish backed, English language big screen adaptation of classic 1980s giant bug video game... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Kickstart This! THE YELLOW FEATHER. A Horror Fantasy With Mayan Gods, Orphans And Conquistadors

Here is a project you may be interested in supporting. Brothers Lincoln and Lucas Smith are gathering support for a dream project, a horror fantasy film called The Yellow Feather. It is a story that they have been working on for... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Hey, New York City! Win Tickets To WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD, An Awesome Aussie Apocalypse

As a former resident of New York City, I feel your pain, and I have some relief. (It's called Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead, and it's from Australia, and it's mighty enjoyable, and we have had tickets to give away,... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

POLTERGEIST Remake: First Trailer Offers Homage And Jump Scares

The way a horror movie is constructed and paced has changed a lot from 1982 to 2015. Much like the 2013 Carrie remake, it all comes down to whether the pace of editing and easy reliance on jump-scares can replace the... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   
  

Göteborg 2015 Review: LUCIFER, An Intriguing Reimagination Of A Classic Tale

Belgian director Gust Van den Berghe concludes his triptych on the emergence of human consciousness that began with Little Baby Jesus of Flandr and continued with Blue Bird, the enticingly titled Lucifer. Speaking of consciousness, a better-suited mythological figure in the Western... More »
By Martin Kudlac   
  
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