Watch The Exclusive Trailer For LA CASA MUDA Director's LOCAL GOD

Uruguyan director Gustavo Hernandez created quite a stir with his debut feature, the single take horror La Casa Muda (The Silent House). An astounding piece of technical filmmaking that proved Hernandez had an uncommon knack for building tension, La Casa... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Enter The WETLANDS With New 'Pink-Band' Trailer

David Wnendt's Wetlands has been turning heads and arching brows around the world for the past while now thanks to its frank, explicit and super stylish take on female sexuality. Adapted from the cult novel by Charlotte Roche this is... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch A New Teaser For Israeli Action / SciFi ANOTHER WORLD

Eitan Reuven's Israeli scifi / action film Another World is off to a strong start on its international festival run, picking up the Best Picture prize at the Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival and with the film gearing up... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

The Director Of Turkish Horror MUSALLAT Returns With SICCIN And Things Are Getting Grisly

Though Turkey is a country with a long history of genre film that history is precisely that: History. And largely in the past. Here in the present things are a bit different with just a small group of directors working... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Big Talk, Bigger Stakes In The Trailer For Zvyagintsev's LEVIATHAN

While Andrey Zvyaginstev has only made a handful of feature films over the last decade (The Return being a personal favorite), he's made everyone of them count, and none perhaps more so than his latest, Leviathan. Charting great buzz out... More »
  

Watch The U.S. Trailer For Palme d'Or Winner WINTER SLEEP

Equally hailed and disregarded for a plethora of reasons that could probably fill its near 3 and a half hour running time, Nuri Belge Ceylan, Turkey's preeminent filmmaker on the international stage, nonetheless walked away from this year's Cannes with... More »
  

Toronto 2014: The Woods Are Not Safe In Trailer for CUB

Dear forest child in the mask. Why are you so stabby? This was supposed to be a nice weekend for this pack of cub scout. Full of campfires, sleeping under the stars and sing-a-longs. But now you have shown up... More »
  

Watch The Second Teaser For SHAUN THE SHEEP: THE MOVIE

I think it would be a safe bet to say that Shaun the Sheep is one of the most spun-off characters of any franchise of all time! I dare say, at this point he is probably more popular than his predecessors... More »
  

ONE EYED GIRL: Watch The Tense New Trailer For Aussie Thriller

As it gets ready to have its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival in October, there is a new trailer for Nick Matthews' thriller One Eyed Girl. Would you risk your life to save your soul? One Eyed Girl is a... More »
  

Exclusive Clip: KUNDO: AGE OF THE RAMPANT Dazzles, Baby

Sometimes you just have to sit down, sit back, and let the magic of a movie swamp your brain. Kundo: Age of the Rampant opens in select U.S. theaters today (Friday, August 29), and while I can't imagine that the idea... More »
  

Teaser For THE LOST TOUR, Vietnam's First Zombie Movie

This Halloween, horror lovers in Vietnam will have a chance to enjoy the country's first zombie movie, The Lost Tour (Rừng Xác Sống, litterally translated Zombie Forest). Le Van Kiet (House In The Alley) will serve as scriptwriter, director and producer... More »
By Trung Rwo   
  

Forget BATMAN V SUPERMAN, This Is DEAR V/S BEAR! Bollywood Gone Bonkers!

Holy shit.Uttar Kumar's Dear V/s Bear looks like some next-level nonsense, scheduled to hit Indian cinema screens this September.I know almost nothing about the film, but here's what I can share.(a) The poster features what appears to be grizzly bear... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Film 4 FrightFest 2014: Watch The Day Five Video Diary

The final day of FrightFest has come and gone, and so those fine festival folk have this wrap up video to share.This time out there's coverage for Nymph: as festival director Alan Jones calls it "The Little Mermaid done as... More »
  

Watch The Gorgeous Promo For Venice Selection THE POSTMAN'S WHITE NIGHTS

Other worldly. Out of time. Languid. Uncanny. Meditative. These are all fine and easy ways to describe the promo reel for veteran Russian-American director Andrei Konchalovsky's latest, The Postman's White Nights, which will be playing in competition at Venice early... More »
  

PATEMA INVERTED: Watch An Exclusive Clip And Check Out An Alternate Poster For The SciFi Anime

Starting its US theatrical run August 29th at New York City's IFC Center before rolling out to additional markets, scifi anime Patema Inverted is the latest from writer-director Yoshiura Yasuhiro (Time Of Eve) and confirms his reputation as one of... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Trailer For Eduardo Sánchez's EXISTS Ramps Up The Sasquatch Legend

Eduardo Sánchez has returned to the woods with his new film Exists and once again something is hunting a gaggle of young people in this new trailer. Thankfully they are all armed with cameras to document their impending demise for... More »
  

Film 4 FrightFest 2014: Day Four Video Diary, Featuring Nacho Vigalondo, Robert Englund, And DR. MOREAU

Day Four of Film 4 Frightfest has come and gone and we have another video to share with you.Nacho Vigalondo talks about his latest film Open Windows with our very own Shelagh Rowan-Legg. Other films include The Samurai, Doc Of The... More »
  

Watch A Teaser And Two Clips For Norwegian Post Apocalyptic Flick DAWN

We have a teaser and two clips to share with you from the Norwegian post-apocalyptic film Dawn, aka Morgenrøde, by filmmaker Anders Elsrud Hultgreen. The film stars Ingar Helge Gimle from Dead Snow 2. According to the official synopsis: Morgenrøde... More »
  

Twitchvision: Jason Gorber Talks Richard Attenborough, SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR, And THE CONGRESS

The latest edition of my video report is dedicated to memories of the late Lord Richard Attenborough, star of numerous classics and a world class director.Also, a look at Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, as well as the... More »
  

Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: Fritz Lang's FRAU IM MOND

In 1929, just two years after changing the face of cinematic science fiction with Metropolis, German filmmaker Fritz Lang returned to the genre with the infinitely more grounded and realistic Frau Im Mond (Woman In The Moon).Far less well-known than... More »
  
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