Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: Samuel Fuller's FIXED BAYONETS!

Released in 1952, Fixed Bayonets! marked the first studio picture directed by Samuel Fuller, and his second in a row that would depict the still-in-progress Korean War. After the surprise success of the independently produced The Steel Helmet, Fuller met... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Criterion's BICYCLE THIEVES Steals The Show

Vittorio De Sica is widely regarded as a master in the realm of world cinema. As one of the Italian neorealism forerunners (in company with Roberto Rossellini and Luchino Visconti), De Sica concentrated on films that told stories about real... More »
  

Contest! Win A KILL YOUR FRIENDS Prize Pack From Well Go USA & TwitchFilm!

It's contest time again, and this one is quite impressive. We've partnered up with our friends at Well Go USA to present a chance to celebrate the theatrical release of Owen Harris's Kill Your Friends, starring Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max:... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Nakamura's MAGNIFICENT 9 Trailer Is Pretty Magnificent

Of the current crop of high end international directors today few have handled the transition from quirky indie fave to massive commercial success while retaining the quirk that drew everyone's attention in the first place better than Nakamura Yoshihiro. Rising... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Stellar Trailer For Action Comedy COMPADRES Delivers The Good, The Bad, And The Gringo

Director Enrique Begne tweaks up the tried and true buddy cop / odd couple formula for his upcoming action comedy Compadres and judging by the just released trailer he's done such a good job of it that he could have... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Check Out The Trailer And Poster For Horror Flick THE OFFERING

Kelvin Tong's horror flick The Offering will be out in U.S. cinemas and on VOD on May 6th via Momentum Pictures. A new poster and the trailer have been passed along to us. You can watch the trailer below.  When... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

More Bad Taste In The Full CHINYUKI Trailer

It was back in December that we first brought word of Yamaguchi Yudai's upcoming adaptation of cult favorite manga and anime Chinyuki: Taro To Yukaina Nakama Tachi noting that this one looks positively mad, even by Yamaguchi's totally gonzo standards.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Full TONKATSU DJ AGE-TARO Trailer

It was just Tuesday when we shared the first teaser for Daichi Akitaro's adaptation of writer Ipyao and artist Koyama Yujiro's manga Tonkatsu DJ Age-taro and for those intrigued by the quirky tale of a young man working in his... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

A New Final Fantasy Movie Arrives With KINGSGLAIVE, Watch The Trailer Now!

Square Enix once again moves from computer screens to theaters and televisions with the upcoming Final Fantasy XV film Kingsglaive coming soon from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The magical kingdom of Lucis is home to the hallowed Crystal, but the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Men In Fast Cars (And Speedos) In First BØRNING 2 Trailer

Norwegian cinematographer-turned-director Hallvard Bræin had one of the more intriguing success stories of 2014 with his road race comedy Børning. Denied production support by the nation's cultural funds - which provide the normal means of making the vast majority of... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Perturbator's Sentient Video May Be The Greatest Retro Cyber Punk Video Game That Never Was

Full marks here to animator Valenberg who has created one hell of a compelling new pixel art animated music video for French synth pop artist Perturbator's new single Sentient. Got a love for classic cyberpunk and retro video games? Well,... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

ART OF THE DEVIL Director Returns To Horror With TAKE ME HOME

Thai writer-director Kongkiat Khomsiri made quite a name for himself as part of the team behind gruesome Thai horror film Art Of The Devil 2 and while he has since proven himself to be far more diverse than just a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Breaded Pork Meats DJ. Watch The First Teaser For TONKATSU DJ AGE-TARO

If you've caught yourself thinking that the anime scene has gotten very same-y over the past few years then you're not at all alone. While I'm certain there are some hardcore anime fans reading this who can provide some examples... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SICCIN 3: Latest Entry In Turkish Horror Franchise Delivers A Gloriously Over The Top Trailer

'Subtle' is not a word likely to be applied to any of Alper Mestçi's Siccin films and with the trailer for the third entry in the Turkish horror franchise frreshly released I think we can all agree that this is... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

A Thai Ghost Heads To Japan In BUPPHA RAHTREE: HAUNTING IN JAPAN

Arriving on the international scene as part of the leading edge of the Thai film explosion of the late 90s and early 2000s, Yuthlert Sippapak may not have found the international success of contemporary directors Prachya Pinkaew, Pen-Ek Ratanaruang or... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: Naivety Goes Awry in Coming-of-Middle-Age Greek Dramedy SUNTAN

Greek cinema had a successful run last year reminding us of the cinematic deluge from Hellenic peninsula we had started to refer to as the Greek New Wave. Besides the already known personalities with international credentials - Athina Rachel Tsangari... More »
By Martin Kudlac   
  

Watch Fan Bingbing Gets CGI'fied In Fantasy Adventure L.O.R.D.

China's first CG motion capture fantasy animated film L.O.R.D (Legend of Ravaging Dynasties) is poised to make a major breakthrough this summer and what better way to grab's everybody attention than to feature the gorgeous Fan Bingbing as a mystic... More »
By Al Young   
  

PHANTOM DETECTIVE: Watch The Super Stylish Teaser For The Korean Thriller

It would appear that Korean director Jo Sung-hee has learned a thing or two from the world of comic books in his life. After making a splash with indie scifi End Of Animal back in 2010 Jo moved more towards... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Hey, NYC! Wanna See HARDCORE HENRY Early And For Free?

Ilya Naishuller's First Person POV action flick has been gaining buzz since premiering at Toronto last fall where our own Ryland Aldrich was much enthused citing that the film "feels like the beginning of an incredible new genre of experiential... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Making A Promo: A Peek at Ne'er Do Well Films' 12

The Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival begins next week, and alongside it, the Frontieres Market. This co-production market, focused on genre film, will bring twenty productions from the likes of Can Evrenol (Baskin), Amy Darling (Violent), Alexandre Phiippe (Doc of... More »
  
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